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Origin of the races

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    From 6000BC to around 2000 BC, Europe gave rise to a secondary homeland of the Indo-Europeans that moved westwards, creating Celtic, Germanic Italic, Greek,
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      From 6000BC to around 2000 BC, Europe gave rise to a secondary homeland of
      the Indo-Europeans that moved westwards, creating Celtic, Germanic Italic,
      Greek, Balto-Slavic, and other European branches. Linquistic studies suggest
      that the Balto-Slavic branch then separated into separate Baltic and Slavic
      groups shortly thereafter (the closest relatives to the Slavs are the Baltic
      peoples of present day Lithuania and Latvia). For an extensive study of the
      origins of the Slavs check out
      http://www.users.bigpond.net.au/agbdesign/slavic/. It might not trace us
      back to Adam and Eva but the Indo-Europeans are on track.
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