The European continent was always at the peak of progress in history. People from all over the Eurasia and Africa migrated to this land and made wonders happen. The Europe also hosted big empires like Roman and Greek to the world. In short Europe influenced the region heavily. The new research suggests that people started migrating to European lands from Georgia and Southern part of Russia. The historians and genetic experts have already pointed out that the early inhabitants of land were lactose intolerant.
The new wave of migrants around 4,500 years brought new set of genes which allowed milk products consumption. The dairy-farming techniques were also introduced in the region. Modern European languages were also developed with some characteristics from migrants. But if we talk about first large-scale migration to the Europe, it dates back to 45,000 years ago but first farming community moved around 8000 years ago in the near East. The University of Copenhagen professor Eske Willerslev informed that for the first time large-scale genetic scan has happened and data from 101 people have been gathered for this purpose.
Careful study of the sample revealed the above findings and it doesn’t have any previous comparison. Willerslev is a geneticist and teaches evolutionary genetics at the University. The origins of migrants have been as far as Russia and Spain. These were the future Caucasians or Eurasians. The Yamnayas, as they are being called by historians now were sheep herders and lived nomadic lifestyle around 3,000 year BC.