THE STORY OF TWO NORTHWARD MIGRATIONSORIGINS OF FINNO-PERMIC AND BALTO-SLAVIC LANGUAGES IN NORTHEAST EUROPE, BASED ON HUMAN Y-CHROMOSOME HAPLOGROUPS337

  • Csaba Barnabás Horváth Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

Abstract

This paper attemps to find a plausible explanation for the origins of Balto-Slavic and Finno-Permian languages in Northeast Europe by a research based on the analysis of statistical databases of human Y-chromosome haplogroups . The mainstream view that associates Balto-Slavic languages with haplogroup R1a and íthe Corded Ware Culture, and Finno-Permian languages with haplogroup N, fails to solve several contradictions: How come, that the presence of subclades of haplogroup R are as high in most Finno-Permian populations, as the presence of haplogroup N? How come, that Corded Ware culture spread so far north, that it covered the early-medieval range of most Finno-Permic languages? This paper is trying to set up a hypothesis that solves these contradictions.

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Published
2014-09-18
How to Cite
Horváth, C. B. (2014). THE STORY OF TWO NORTHWARD MIGRATIONSORIGINS OF FINNO-PERMIC AND BALTO-SLAVIC LANGUAGES IN NORTHEAST EUROPE, BASED ON HUMAN Y-CHROMOSOME HAPLOGROUPS337. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 10(10). https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2014.v10n10p%p