With regard to the material culture, the coastal zone of Finland, Estonia and Latvia began to form from around 1500 BC (in Estonia from 1200 BC) onwards, where monumental aboveground stone graves were built and in some places also field systems with st
We currently know the ancient DNA of people buried in Estonian, Finnish and Latvian Bronze Age stone graves only from Estonia – the remains of nineteen individuals from the Iru, Jõelähtme, Muuksi, Napa, Rebala, Väo and Vehendi graves have been st
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