ЗУРАГ 10-7С Курган I (Средний Стог II) гавлын ясыг сэргээсэн байдал.
Александрия, доод Днепр мөрөн, МЭӨ V дэх мянганы дунд үе.
A Mongoloid/Lapanoid admixture of the Kurgan “steppe type” people is noted at c. 3000 BC, i.e. 1500 years after the first Kurgan wave (ca. 60 generations), and 500 years after the second Kurgan wave (ca. 20 generations). The preservation of a phenotype under conditions of domination with significant demographic disadvantage is next to impossible; for example in the Kipchak Khanate the ruling Mongols in 200 years, or 8 generations, were practically identical with the indigenous Bulgar and Kipchak populations; the eastern “steppe type” distinctions can only be detected with instrumented craniology and Y-chromosome haplotyping.
From the sparse analyses of the oldest kurgan burials we can anticipate that the males in the Baden kurgan burials had a mixture of predominant R1a and lesser R1b haplogroups, brought over from the Central Asia, and vanishingly small traces of the Q and K haplogroups. In the later kurgan burials, such as Scythian, the proportion of the R1b, Q and K may be higher, and possibly appear C and N haplogroups. The Old Europe males are anticipated to belong to the I and J haplogroups.
The Kurgan ancestral phenotypes, like the one depicted on Figure 10-7 (many more reconstructions are on the Web) shows a “European” Caucasoid with prominent cheekbones and possibly with Mongoloid-type flattened face, decorated with a prominent nose. The phenotype descriptions are too vague to visualize Prof. Marija Gimbutas' perception of the Kurgan “Indo-European” speakers, but on the overall the reconstructions depict prominent cheekbones and Uraloid sloping forehead, camouflaged with “European”-looking soft tissue.
Two reconstruction examples of males from later kurgans, 500 BC and 200 AD, do not impress with their “robustness” (G.V.Lebedinskaya):
However, looking at the numerous heads extracted from kurgans in a single district, the impression is that they came from the whole Eurasia and beyond, including tropical Africa but excluding Southeast Asia. How they all were born into the Indo-European, or even more specifically into some kind of Iranian, is beyond any imagination.