The PEDIGREE of
Man of the Seroglazovo Culture
(pre-neolithic stockbreeding culture near the lower Volga River)
Note: The Mesolithic Seroglazovo Culture, with an economy based on hunting, fishing, and horse breeding, is probably the predecessor of the Kurgan (proto-Indo-European) culture (though Bug-Dniester pig-farmers to the West, Zagros goat-herders to the South, and Baltic hunters to the North have also been proposed). Its location near the lower Volga River satisfies linguistic clues to Indo-European origin, e.g. proximity to Uralic and Caucasian language homelands.
First Speaker of Early Indo-Hittite
First Speaker of Indo-Tyrrhenian
|- Man of the Seroglazovo Culture
(poss.) ``4(+)-Great Grandchildren:''
First Speaker of Early Celtic
; First Speaker of Italic
; First Speaker of Proto-Germanic
; First Speaker of Early Indo-Slavic (Satem Core)
; First Speaker of Armeno-Hellenic
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