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Re: Facial Turanism
« Reply #15 on: October 05, 2021, 06:48:22 pm »
If you're like me and you can't stand the way the narrator speaks just skip to 7:10 ish, he starts getting into skull shapes around that time frame:

Yamnaya: Faces of the Indo-Europeans
The Yamnaya culture, also called the Kurgan or Late Ochre Grave culture, of the late Neolithic and Bronze age Pontic steppe is believed to belong to one of several Proto-Indo-European speaking Western Steppe herder peoples who were ancestral to many modern peoples and who spread Indo-European languages across Eurasia. But what did Yamnaya look like? In this documentary film you can see 3D forensic facial reconstructions of Yamnaya men by the artist Robert Molyneaux and you can learn all about what Yamnaya people ate, why they loved milk, how they lived, their burial customs, how they spread and more.