Great Chemurchek migration from France to Altai at the beginning of the III-rd millennium B.C. - 1

The paper is devoted to the Chemurchek culture that existed on the territory of Dzhungaria and Mongolian Altai ca. 2600–1700 kyr BC. This culture appears to have a considerable num-ber of very close analogies in the Middle and Late Neolithic of South and Western France.
Numerous parallels can be seen in the con-struction of burial structures (overlapping perimetral cairns, burial corridors with dry stone side-walls), in the specific style of stone statues, and in the peculiar forms of vessels. In the author’s opinion, such a the close similarity between the cultural phe-nomena, separated by the distance of over 6,500 kilometers, can only be explained by a migration from the west of Europe to the Mongolian Altai. The results of this research can throw light on the problem of the origin of Tokharians (Tocharians). The Tokharian (Tocharian) language belongs to the western Indo-European languages and is closely related to the Proto-Germanic and Proto-Italian languages. According to the glottochronological data, it was exactly du-ring the period under consideration that the tokharian-speaking people came from the west to the heart of Asia.
Keywords: Early Bronze Age, European Megalithic cultures, Dzhungaria, Mongolian Altay, Chemurchek culture, Tokharians, Tocharians.



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