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石峁遗址为黄帝系白狄人(N、O、C南、Q)建立的遗址

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亚洲人N1C迁徙的历时性地图,约公元前2250-1750 BC
如按20#楼说法:为约公元前3800-2350 BC


欧洲普通血统n1a1a1a1a1a1a - l392最近的形成(约公元前3800年)和TMRCA(约公元前2300年)

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 楼主| 发表于 2018-8-3 09:23 | 显示全部楼层
俄罗斯太空飞行员加加林(Gagarin)属于N1c1a1a1a(N-L550)
发表于 2018-8-3 09:45 | 显示全部楼层
说也奇怪,OR——或者,有狐疑,有互易之义。Y-O、Y-R这两位killer界的杠把子,干的都是左右互搏互易领地的事儿?!
先说Y-O的祖先Y-NO的祖先Y-K2a,原来分布中亚欧洲,如今亚洲东部为主,原地盘成为Y-R做主的地盘。而Y-R的祖先Y-P的祖先Y-K2b,原先分布东南亚,如今欧美为主,原地盘成了Y-O的地盘。就像叉手,互易位置!
其次,阿尔泰山这个轴心也数次变动Y染主心骨。变动的结果就是现在,很早以前原来在阿尔泰山以南以西,曾是Y-R做主,现在Y-O做主(汉族、哈萨克),而阿尔泰山以北以东,Y-NO联合Y-Q/C做主(即使Y-O在西伯利亚不占主要地位,可是历史上天朝对这里一直有影响力,相当于做主),可如今是Y-R做主(俄罗斯控制了整个西伯利亚,外东北也算广义阿尔泰以东)。
 楼主| 发表于 2018-8-3 09:51 | 显示全部楼层
牺牲的是Q单倍群;R撵着追打Q;Q命不好啊
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牺牲的是Q单倍群;R撵着追打Q;Q命不好啊
hxr7353 发表于 2018-8-3 09:51

确实令人为之泪目,那么广阔的天地呢!环境优美,资源丰富,大有可为,做梦幸福!阿Q祖上真的是阔过!阔过!阔过!而且也不是不敬神,说殉道精神,哪有比美洲人殉更虔诚的呢?造化弄人呀!
 楼主| 发表于 2018-8-3 10:02 | 显示全部楼层
将来地球村:中俄通婚;互相融合是不二选择。

看来N1c跑到了前边,有先见之明啊!!。国内众多光杆O系需要加油呀!!


N1c不远万里为了追求金发碧眼北欧美女,不顾万沟千壑、冰雪连天。其为了追求美女的求爱之心天意可见、心昭日月。
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将来地球村:中俄通婚;互相融合是不二选择。

看来N1c跑到了前边,有先见之明啊!!。国内众多光杆O系需要加油呀!!


N1c不远万里为了追求金发碧眼北欧美女,不顾万沟千壑、冰雪连天。其为了追求美女的求爱之 ...
hxr7353 发表于 2018-8-3 10:02

我就怪太祖当年不加入苏联,不然,今天阿我们绝壁戈壁戈比露布卢布世界第一大锅!两大狼虎级killer联手,地球人谁招架得住?俄罗斯族实现了黄俄罗斯的夙愿,咱们也弥补了当年冉闵屠胡消灭过多高鼻深目美眉的遗憾!
发表于 2018-8-3 10:23 | 显示全部楼层
我要做主席,可不血浆蛤蟆跟俄罗斯签边境条约,我是上赶着去跟人家讨论建立中俄联邦合同为一家的问题!王侯将相宁有种乎?希望俄国媳妇的好汉,推我为主席吧!怎么也3000万民意呢。3000万原子蛋蛋,和亲核平俄罗素,易易云乎?
发表于 2018-9-27 23:35 | 显示全部楼层
石峁古城这种城中有山的布局,就是“中山”这种规划传统。建城于山岗山头,以山为都,高丽有丸都山,满洲有两个阿拉城,叙利亚有阿勒颇城(跟满语阿拉好像,感觉塞人文化真同源,越之灵格说的也很可能)等。这就是白狄文化遗传。藏缅语族很可能也跟时髦有关,其实西藏近代也还是如此,古格、拉萨城山之布局跟石峁很像。
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癯鹤 发表于 2018-9-27 23:35
石峁古城这种城中有山的布局,就是“中山”这种规划传统。建城于山岗山头,以山为都,高丽有丸都山,满洲有 ...

这种传统很可能来自亚特兰蒂斯。太平洋彼岸美洲的马丘比丘也是山城,而玛雅文明在某些方面堪称中世纪大拿,金字塔城市比比皆是哦
(不过他们太勤于建筑行业,因为这最能体现统治者威权,压制百姓维权,筑景观,搞人祭,拉动积德癖,不停卖家卖地呐,最终失身实沈,良可悯叹):


Stunning 3D laser maps reveal the sprawling Mayan 'megalopolis' where more than 61,000 ancient structures lay hidden beneath Guatemala's forest canopy

  • More than 60,000 previously unknown Mayan structures have been uncovered in Peten, Guatemala
  • Researchers say the abundance of defensive walls, ramparts and fortresses suggests warfare was rife
  • The ground-breaking research used LIDAR technology to map the area, relying on laser pulses
  • The researchers have now published the results of what they say is the largest lidar survey to date
PUBLISHED: 22:55 BST, 27 September 2018 | UPDATED: 00:16 BST, 28 September 2018
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Stunning new maps covering over 2,000 square kilometers of northern Guatemala have revealed the site of an ancient Maya mega-city hidden in the dense tropical forest.
Researchers uncovered more than 61,000 ancient structures at the site using LiDAR technology, which relies on laser pulses to map out the topography.
Evidence from the exhaustive survey supports earlier suspicions that upwards of 11 million people lived in the Maya Lowlands from the year 650 to 800 CE.
The experts also say the discovery shows the ancient people modified the wetlands for their agricultural needs, and even created networks of roadways to connect distant cities and towns.  
The researchers have now published the results of what they say is the largest LiDAR survey to date, months after first revealing their remarkable discovery.
The sprawling 'megalopolis' found beneath the forest canopy in northern Peten includes pyramids, palaces, and causeways created by a massive pre-Columbian civilization.  
The discovery suggests that Central America supported a civilization that was, at its peak 1,500 years ago, more advanced than ancient Greek and Chinese cultures.
The landscape may have been home to up to 15 million individuals and the abundance of defensive walls, ramparts and fortresses suggests that warfare was rife throughout their existence and not just at the end.
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Stunning new maps covering over 2,000 square kilometers of northern Guatemala have revealed the site of an ancient Maya megacity hidden in the dense tropical forest. Researchers uncovered more than 61,000 ancient structures at the site using LiDAR technology


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Evidence from the exhaustive survey supports earlier suspicions that upwards of 11 million people lived in the Maya Lowlands from the year 650 to 800 CE. The sprawling 'megalopolis' found beneath the forest canopy in northern Peten includes pyramids, palaces, and causeways created by a massive pre-Columbian civilization


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The exhaustive survey relied on LiDAR technology, which uses laser pulses to map out the topography and land cover in 3D. This allowed them to peer through the dense forest cover


'I think this is one of the greatest advances in over 150 years of Maya archaeology,' Stephen Houston, Professor of Archaeology and Anthropology at Brown University told the BBC earlier this year.
'I know it sounds hyperbolic but when I saw the [Lidar] imagery, it did bring tears to my eyes.'
Scientists made the discovery using Lidar technology, which is short for 'light detection and ranging.'
Aircraft with a LiDAR scanner produced three-dimensional maps of the surface by using light in the form of pulsed laser linked to a GPS system.
This technique allowed researchers to map outlines of what they describe as dozens of newly discovered Maya cities hidden under thick jungle foliage centuries after they were abandoned by their original inhabitants.
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While the heavily forested environment conceals much of the Maya Lowlands, the LiDAR survey has allowed researchers to map and characterize the structures hiding throughout the region


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The Maya lowland city of Tikal seen from above the dense trees. The experts also say the discovery shows the ancient people modified the wetlands for their agricultural needs, and even created networks of roadways to connect distant cities and towns


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The experts also say the discovery shows the ancient people modified the wetlands for their agricultural needs, and even created networks of roadways to connect distant cities and towns


As well as previously unknown structures, the images show raised highways that linked together urban centers and quarries.
They also found advanced irrigation and terracing systems that supported agriculture in for a civilisation that was one of the most advanced to arise in Mesoamerica.
Mayans are known for their sophisticated mathematics and engineering that allowed it to spread throughout present-day Central America and southern Mexico.
'Now it is no longer necessary to cut through the jungle to see what's under it,' said Marcello Canuto, one of the project's top investigators.
'The fortified structures and large causeways reveal modifications to the natural landscape made by the Maya on a previously unimaginable scale,' said Francisco Estrada-Belli of Tulane University.
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Newly released images have revealed a stunning look at the site of an ancient Mayan 'megalopolis' in Guatemala, which now lies buried beneath the jungle foliage. Using LiDAR technology, the researchers are able to probe the dense jungle foliage to accurately map out the structures hidden beneath, as seen above


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The team of archaeologists surveyed more than 810 square miles (2,100 sq km) of the Peten jungle which borders Mexico and Belize. They found some 60,000 structures were found over the past two years


These findings are a 'revolution in Maya archaeology,' said Dr Canuto.
The team of archaeologists surveyed more than 810 square miles (2,100 sq km) of the Peten jungle which borders Mexico and Belize.
They found some 60,000 structures were found over the past two years.
The new discoveries include urban centres with sidewalks, homes, terraces, ceremonial centres, irrigation canals and fortifications.
Their findings revealed a pyramid in the heart of the ancient Maya city of Tikal, a major tourist destination in northeastern Guatemala.
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Their findings revealed a pyramid in the heart of the ancient Maya city of Tikal, a major tourist destination in northeastern Guatemala. The new discoveries include urban centres with sidewalks, homes, terraces, ceremonial centres, irrigation canals and fortifications


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Aircraft with a LiDAR scanner produced three-dimensional maps of the surface by using light in the form of pulsed laser linked to a GPS system. As well as previously unknown structures, the images show raised highways that linked together urban centers and quarries


Also discovered in Tika were a series of pits and a 14 kilometre-long wall.
The pyramid measures nearly 100 feet (30 meters) tall and was previously thought to be a small mountain.
The earliest Maya settlements were constructed around 1,000 B.C., and most major Maya cities collapsed by 900 A.D.
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The new discoveries include urban centres with sidewalks, homes, terraces, ceremonial centres, irrigation canals and fortifications. Their findings revealed a pyramid in the heart of the ancient Maya city of Tikal, a major tourist destination in northeastern Guatemala


The civilisation reached its height in what is present-day southern Mexico, Guatemala, and parts of Belize, El Salvador and Honduras between 250 and 950 AD.
Researchers now believe that the Maya had a population of 10 to 15 million, which is 'much higher' than previous estimates, Dr Canuto said.
The cause of the collapse remains the focus of intense academic debate.
'The LiDAR images make it clear that this entire region was a settlement system whose scale and population density had been grossly underestimated,' Thomas Garrison, an Ithaca College archaeologist and National Geographic Explorer told National Geographic.
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The earliest Maya settlements were constructed around 1,000 B.C., and most major Maya cities collapsed by 900 A.D. They found some 60,000 structures were found over the past two years


Researchers have found complex irrigation and terracing systems that suggest there was intensive agriculture in the area which could have fed masses of workers.
At its peak in the Maya classic period (around 250 AD to 900 AD) the civilisation covered an area twice the size of medieval England, researchers say.
The causeways are also connected, suggesting they were heavily trafficked and used for regional trade.
The survey is the first part of the PACUNAM LiDAR Initiative that will eventually map more than 5,000 square miles (14,000 square kilometres) of Guatemala.
Lost Cities of the Maya: Revealed will be aired on Sunday 11th February at 8pm on Channel 4.



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癯鹤 发表于 2018-9-27 23:35
石峁古城这种城中有山的布局,就是“中山”这种规划传统。建城于山岗山头,以山为都,高丽有丸都山,满洲有 ...

缅甸的波巴山,也是建于山头。


庞贝——波纳佩——皮蓬——蓬佩奥——波旁——博帕尔——柏柏尔——巴布尔——波普——丰沛——北票——泼皮(呵呵,大力水手“popeye”正说明该名词是塞人岛夷一个重要词汇)——pope——勃勃——潘潘——班班平原——姆班巴——比尔卡班巴——奔巴——波巴山(蕃巴?)——巴布亚

纳特神教信奉者最主要的朝圣地:波巴山


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波巴山是一座海拔1518米的火山,位于缅甸中部,距离蒲甘东南部约50公里,因山上的波巴奥林斯克修道院(Popa Taungkalat Monastery)而闻名于世。


巴奥林斯克修道院是供奉纳特神教37个神灵的地方,而且被认为是缅甸最强大的神灵居住的地方,被人们形象的称为“缅甸的奥林匹斯山(Burma's Mount Olympus指诸神的住所)因此成为重要的朝拜地,许多缅甸纳特神教信奉者每年节日季节(指5月和6月,11月和12月满月的时候)都到波巴山朝拜。


波巴山脚下的居民在缅甸新年—泼水节的时候也喜欢爬到山顶庆祝。缅甸迷信认为在波巴山上,人们不可以穿红色、黑色和绿色的衣服,也不准带肉,尤其是猪肉,否则,就是触犯神灵。


现在波巴山已被列为自然保护区及国家公园,旁边就是"Kyetmauk Taung"水库,用于灌溉园内的花卉和菠萝、香蕉、芒果等果林。


波巴山上长满了奇花异草,还有许多珍稀的鸟类和美丽的蝴蝶。


爬上700多级陡峭的台阶,将会看到纳特神庙,建筑本身看似普通,但门口摆放的两座老虎保护神雕像却显示这里的与众不同,进门之后先会看到一些高僧和咒师的画像,最里面才是人们信奉的37尊神灵的雕像。



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塔施提克文化面具、古埃及面具、色雷斯面具等等,秦始皇兵马俑、波斯战士浮雕、石峁古城眼睛嵌塑。与昌昌古城这个异曲同工。
水达达——山顶洞——悉达多——苏台德——习大大——戏台墩——citadel
昌昌(Chan Chan)——高昌(与昌昌都是生土建筑大城池)——善阐——鄯善——单单大岭——车臣——长城——长春——春城——舒城——商城——寿春——church


Mysterious black wooden statues dating back more than 800 years and with MASKS on are found at an ancient Peruvian citadel and pre-date the Inca Empire
  • The statues are found in alcoves along a wall and are more than two foot tall
  • Archaeologists claim the statues in Chan Chan are around 800 years old
  • It is thought they act as 'guardians' over people in the ancient citadel
  • The site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that fell to the Inca Empire in the 1400s
PUBLISHED: 14:21 GMT, 29 October 2018 | UPDATED: 17:12 GMT, 29 October 2018

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A room full of 800-year-old black wooden statues that stand more than two foot tall (27.5 inches/70 cm) has been found in Peru.
The archaeological gem has been found in the ruins of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Chan Chan.
Some of the figurines are wearing clay masks and all the figurines are tucked into an individual alcove.
The eerie figures line a passageway through to a ceremonial courtyard in the Utzh An complex.
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A room full of 800-year-old black wooden statues that stand more than two foot tall (27.5 inches/70 cm) and act as 'guardians' has been found in Peru (pictured)


Chan Chan was the largest city in pre-Columbian America and became a World Heritage site in 1986.
It reached its peak around 900 - 1470 and was home to more than 10,000 buildings.
The settlement crumbled after being defeated and absorbed by the Inca Empire.
After his point the city was on a downward trajectory and eventually fell into a state of disrepair and later abandoned.

'In the passageway, recently found in the citadel of Chan Chan, 19 wooden idols covered with clay masks have been found,' Minister of Culture Patricia Balbuena.
The 108-foot (33-metre) passageway lined by the unusual figures represents a distinct phase i the history of the region. according to the team of archaeologists that unearthed the site.
'We assume they are guardians,' archaeologist Henry Gayoso Rullier told Peruvian newspaper El Comercio.
'They could belong to the middle stage of Chan Chan, between 1100 and 1300 CE, and we would be talking about the oldest sculptures known on this site.'




Some of the figurines have masks made of clay (pictured) and all are tucked into a special alcove along the wall


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The settlement crumbled after being defeated and absorbed by the Inca Empire. After his point the city was on a downward trajectory and eventually fell into a state of disrepair and later abandoned


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Aarchaeologists assumed the statues are guardians and could belong to the middle stage of Chan Chan, between 1100 and 1300. the are also likely the oldest sculptures at the site


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A range of artefacts and specimens were found at the site as well as the statues. For example, the outer walls were found to be decorated with an ornate mud mural depicting waves (pictured) and motifs of scrolls and fishing nets


A range of artefacts and specimens were found at the site as well as the statues.
For example, the outer walls were found to be decorated with an ornate mud mural depicting waves and motifs of scrolls and fishing nets.
A promotional video released by the Ministry of Culture in the country shows skeletons and ceramics also undergoing detailed analysis.
Excavation started at the site in June 2017 and is expected to continue until May 2020.
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The archaeological gems have been found in the ruins of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Chan Chan (pictured)


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A promotional video released by the Ministry of Culture in the country shows skeletons and ceramics (pictured) also undergoing detailed analysis




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