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Farming was considered as a new strategy of survival for Europeans 85,000 years ago.

Aegean Descendants Start Framing Survival in Europe, New Study Says

A new study suggests that first European farmers migrated from modern-day Greece and Turkey and uses farming as a new strategy for survival.


Ancient Massive Migration Resulted in Modern European Languages

This new study is the biggest of its kind so far.


Wheat Rewrites Europe’s Stone Age History

The inhabitants of prehistoric England were believed to be hunter-gatherers more than farmers. But a recent discovery of wheat DNA in an archeological excavation of an underwater site could rewrite Britain's history since it indicates that the early Brits were also traders.


Britain Imported Wheat 8,000 Years Ago, Suggesting an Advanced Culture

Wheat was traded during prehistoric times long before agriculture in the U.K.

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