Ramtek temple, Maharastra.
Ralph and Sue Dwens House,
Kaitangata point, New Zealand, photographed by Derek Henderson.
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Tennis Club Pool,
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Carl Pruscha - Taragaon Hostel - Nepal - 1971
Regenerations of people of the Khvalynsk culture, on the Middle/Lower Volga (around 5th millennium BC) in Saratov Oblast, Russia, believed to be the earliest Indo-European culture in line with the Kurgan hypothesis.
Very little data on the first excavations in 1977-79 is published on the web in English, nevertheless, more information and images can be found here:
Khvalynskii eneoliticheskii mogil’nik:
These people likely wouldn’t seem too out of place among Europe’s Uralic (specifically Finnish) populations. Although most Indo-Europeans were fair-haired, these early Indo-Europeans were not people you’d term as Nordic or Aryan, certainly not in genotype, it was at the start of the bronze age when light hair, eyes and skin became predominant among Indo-Europeans. Nevertheless, you can see clear affinities with modern Europeans.
Anak Krakatau (Son of Krakatoa) | ©Steve Axford (Indonesia)
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