Favorite Lectures About Ancient Times, History Lessons.

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Please post your favorite lectures, links, youtube videos, etc with professional historians, archeologists or geneticists giving presentations on historic events, civilizations, cultures, bones, DNA, etc.


Here is a one I start with:

Prof. James P. Mallory on Origin of Tocharians.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Q_tqVQHwFw

 
Creatique of one of Anatolian models of Indo European according to computational linguistic, by Martin W. Lewis and Asya Pereltsvaig. Dating IE origin by word "keklo" at 3,500 BCE .
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jHsy4xeuoQ

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Fabrication of "Aryan Invasion Theory" aka "AIT"
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Max Mueller "Veda's worse than savage- India must be conquered by education" @ 1:50

Vedic Sanskrit is an Old Indo-Aryan language. It is the spoken ancestor of liturgical Sanskrit, and an early descendant of Proto-Indo-Iranian. It is closely related to Avestan, the oldest preserved Iranian language. Vedic Sanskrit is the oldest attested language of the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European family.

 
Dr. Michael Franchetti on first connection of West-East known as the Silk Road, and Central Asian culture of 2,500 BCE.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7qq9__GWN0&list=PL286E934A56954D08
 
The Power of Myth, a conversation between Bill Moyers and Joseph Campbell about Campbell's seminal work. All seven parts are available on youtube.

This is part number one...

 
Are We The Last Neanderthals?
 
I can't post links, but the Yale University series on the early Middle Ages is fantastic and available on YouTube for free. It's a whole semester's worth of material.
 
I can't post links, but the Yale University series on the early Middle Ages is fantastic and available on YouTube for free. It's a whole semester's worth of material.

First, welcome. :)

Second: Is this the one? I'm definitely going to watch it.

 
David W. Anthony on early Indo-European migrations. Quite an interecting lecture
 
Gli indoeuropei: origini e migrazioni by Adriano Romualdi.
 

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