Re: Neanderthals and art

Michael Lorrey (
Thu, 24 Jul 1997 18:14:24 -0400 wrote:
> In a message dated 7/23/97 10:36:24 PM, (Michael Lorrey)
> wrote:
> (Re linguistic similarities between the Basques and the Athabascan group of
> Amerind languages)
> >SO this means that the Indians discovered
> >Europe first, not the other
> >way around?
> No, the Athabascans invaded North America from Asia.

Really? WOW, talk about migrations. I'm surprised there wasn't more
cultural diffusion along the way. I'd at least expect them to come down
via Iceland, which would be right in line with the main Atlantic
currents. Is there evidence that they crossed Asia to reach western
europe? Is this archeologically prior to the aryan migration?
			Michael Lorrey
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