Population Replacement in Britain in Early Neolithic Actually Continental Migration Westward When Ice Age Ended


A big genetic study conducted by the Institute of Archaeology at Oxford, the Harvard Medical School, and the Natural History Museum of London, published in 2018, rightly concluded that Indo Europeans moved into Britain to all but replace the Mediterranean-type people who were living there (during the Ice Age actually), those Mediterranean-types who were Atlanteans of Canaanite descent, essentially replaced by Indo Europeans (japhetic) when the Ice Age ended, those Indo Europeans who migrated west from the Black Sea region as the snow-and-icepack of the Ice Age melted off northern Europe.