Editor's Note

Prying tales from ancient DNA and a far-away moon

3:00pm, May 2, 2014

Farming didn’t originate in Europe. It was an import. But over thousands of years, it steadily took hold and transformed the landscape of the continent. Along with it came a transformation of Europe’s population.

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