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English: Indo-European expansions, based on Anthony (2007), Nordqvist & Heyd (2020)
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current19:13, 28 December 2020Thumbnail for version as of 19:13, 28 December 20202,094 × 1,024 (1.99 MB)Joshua JonathanCorrected Balto-Slavic, eastern Corded Ware
11:20, 26 December 2020Thumbnail for version as of 11:20, 26 December 20202,094 × 1,024 (1.99 MB)Joshua JonathanAdded Balto-Slavic; corrected eastern Corded Ware.
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