Archaeologist Christian Meyer of the State Office for Heritage Management and Archaeology of Saxony-Anhalt’s statement that ‘isotope analysis of the bones of eight men and one woman recovered from a 7,000-year-old mass grave site at HALBERSTADT, Germany, reveals that they were ‘outsiders with currently unknown origins’.
Ancient migration to western world never started before Ptolemy’s time; a mass grave either in HALBERSTADT, or elsewhere in Europe, confers to a period not before the 1st c A.D. ; learned archaeologists are requested to be more realistic while setting and fixing a time period of their archaeological findings in Europe and Middle East. It is highly important for the scholars to know the ancient name of Germany
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