What has that got to do with the price of tea in China???Aahhh, someone found the same thing in spain...
Lots of the locals "replaced" by horse-riding indo-european-speaking bronze-making guys around 2000BC. A bit before here. Only 40% they say.
Thanks be we have TB here to put them right and hand them back their arses.
Yeah, but mummies found in Western China have distinctly Caucasian features and the language they most likely spoke, Tocharian, is an Indo-European (centum) language.They didn't make it to china. This why celtic gaelic is an indo-european language.