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Stratum plus. 2012. №1

A. A. Romanchuk (Kishinev, Moldova)

Hypothesis of the East Asian Origin of the Sino-Caucasian Languages in the Light of Palaeoanthropological and Archaeological Evidence

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Pages: 303-329

Elsewhere the author has put forward a hypothesis that the Sino-Caucasian motherland should be placed in East Asia. In this paper he presents some new arguments in favor of this hypothesis, basing on biological anthropology (especially on dental anthropology) and archaeology.

Keywords: Sino-Caucasian languages, dental anthropology, archaeology, Caucasus

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Aleksey Romanchuk (Kishinev, Moldova). Master of Anthropology. High Anthropological School University
E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]

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