The PEDIGREE of
Iron Age in East Mediterranean

     Born:  abt. 1100 BC


 "Child(ren)":       La Tene Iron Age   ;   E-M2 y-Haplogroup
 poss. "Partner(s)":       E-V38 y-Haplogroup
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- Iron Age in East Mediterranean
/-- poss.  Exploding Pottery
/-- Kiln-hardened Pottery  (West Asia 9000? BC)
/-- Metal smelting
/-- Copper Metallurgy Stage 4
\-- Copper Metallurgy Stage 3  (Anatolia 7000? BC)
\-- Copper Metallurgy Stage 2
/   \-- Copper Metallurgy Stage 1
/-- Bronze Age in Anatolia
\-- Woman of the Late Copper Age
\-- Woman of the Middle Copper Age
/-- Man of the SOLUTREAN TOOLKIT   +====> [ 36]
/-- Man of the MAGDALENIAN TOOLKIT
/   | or: AHRENSBURG CULTURE
/-- poss.  Man of the MAGELMOSE TOOLKIT
/-- (NN) ... (NN)
| ( many missing generations)
/  \-- Woman of the KEMARAN CULTURE   +====> [ 2]
/-- Man of pre-Neolithic Age
/-- Man of the Fertile-Crescent Neolithic Age
/-- Man of the MEDITERRANIAN Neolithic CULTURE
/-- Man of the DANUBIAN Neolithic CULTURE
/-- Man of the CHALCOLITHIC (AENEOLITHIC) CULTURE
\-- Copper Metallurgy Stage 6a
\-- Copper Metallurgy Stage 5
/-- Kiln-hardened Pottery   +====> [ 1]
/-- Metal smelting
\-- Copper Metallurgy Stage 4
\-- Copper Metallurgy Stage 3
\-- Copper Metallurgy Stage 2
/   \-- Copper Metallurgy Stage 1
/   \-- Woman of the Early Copper Age
/-- Early Use of Iron
\-- Invention of Steel  (Anatolia 1400? BC - 1200 BC)
\-- Increasing need for wood in construction and as fuel
 


  (poss.) ``1-Great Grandchildren:''       First Speaker of Insular Celtic   ;   First Speaker of P-Celtic   ;   First Speaker of Goidelic   ;   First Speaker of Old Low Germanic   ;   Ethnic groups of South Africa   ;   Ethnic groups of Central Africa
 
  (poss.) ``2(+)-Great Grandchildren:''       First Speaker of Old Irish   ;   Dyfynwal Hen (Duke/King) of CAMBRIA & CORNWALL   ;   First Speaker of Brythonic   ;   Murchad (Muireadhach; I) Balgrach MacSIMON   ;   First Speaker of Northern Old French   ;   First Speaker of Old English
 

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