Bronze Age humans racked up travel miles

Large-scale genetic study also shows that many of these ancient peoples were lactose intolerant

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PAST JOURNEYS  This ocher-covered skull, found in southwestern Russia, comes from a member of the Bronze Age’s Yamnaya culture. A new genetic study reveals that this culture spread far and wide across Eurasia. 

Natalia Shishlina 

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