Cihat Yazan

Cihat Yazan

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which haplogroup had Doggerland people? "a documentary on ancients rivers in europe and it was shown on the map on the TV that the Thames and the Rhine rivers where 1 river. Since ancient people usually followed and lived besides water courses, is it not plausible the some I2a split form I1 at these times "

Doggerland satelite image - a satellite photo of Western Europe as it was years ago. No need to say this is a speculative re-engineered rendering, as there obviously were no satellites circling the globe at the time.

Coastlines of the Ice Age - East Asia

Coastlines of the Ice Age - East Asia

Coastlines of the Ice Age - Aotearoa / New Zealand

This map shows how the terrain may have appeared during the Last Glacial Maximum, around years ago, when sea levels were approximately 125 meters. Coastlines of the Ice Age - Aotearoa / New Zealand

This map shows how the terrain may have appeared during the Last Glacial Maximum, around 21,000 years ago, when sea levels were approximately 125 meters (410 feet) below present. This map does not ...

This map shows how the terrain may have appeared during the Last Glacial Maximum, around years ago, when sea levels were approximately 125 meters. Coastlines of the Ice Age - Sahul / Australia

The following images come from Ron Blakey's maps of the paleotectonic evolution of North America. This shows the land 510 million years ago, progressing from there—reading left to right, top to bottom—through the accretion and dissolution of Pangaea into the most recent Ice Age and, in the final image, North America in its present-day configuration.

This shows the land 510 million years ago, progressing from there—reading left to right, top to bottom—through the accretion and dissolution of Pangaea into the most recent Ice Age and, in the final image, North America in its present-day configuration

Europe at about the end of the ice age.

Europe at the end of the Ice age (c.

This map shows how the terrain may have appeared during the Last Glacial Maximum, around 21,000 years ago, when sea levels were approximately 125 meters (410 feet) below present. This map does not ...

This map shows how the terrain may have appeared during the Last Glacial Maximum, around years ago, when sea levels were approximately 125 meters. Coastlines of the Ice Age - Sahul / Australia

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