All Europeans are descended from the Early European Farmers (EEF or ENF) who came from Anatolia in the Early Neolithic. These people were a mixture of Western Hunter Gatherers and middle eastern farmers. The EEF/WHG mix were responsible for all the pre-Indo-European culture in Europe in the Neolithic times, from Stone-henge to Göbekli Tepe. They domesticated cattle and types of wheat and changed the world.
Modern day Sardinians are almost exactly the same genetically.
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Jive, S. T. (2018, August 20). Early Neolithic Farmers of Europe. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.ancient.eu/video/1543/
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