An interesting finding of the study is that 8,000 years ago, when Neolithic farmers were beginning to migrate into the Danube Gorges and overlap with Mesolithic hunter-gatherers, more women than men were identified as foreigners. A possible explanation for the variance, according to the study, is that women came to these sites from Neolithic farming communities as part of an ongoing social exchange.
Das ist sehr interessant, ein Hinweis auf Patrilinearität?
Danke für die Links.
"Vergangenheit ist, wenn es nicht mehr weh tut." M. Twain