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== Indo-European demic diffusion model ==
  
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Indo-European demic diffusion model

Welcome to Indo-European.info, the collaborative Wiki project for the development of the Indo-European demic diffusion model.

Everyone can collaborate by adding relevant linguistic, archaeological, anthropological, and genetic data, preferably from papers published in peer-review journals, relevant to the most likely model of expansion of Indo-European-speaking peoples from the Pontic-Caspian steppe.

The basic content of this site is the paper Indo-European demic diffusion model, 2nd edition.

This website is hosted by Academia Biblos as part of Academia Prisca's Indo-European Network.