An essay on substrate studies and the origin of saami

Cultures can be higher and lower, i. All three points are well justified in [1], but I do not think that the ancestors of the present Saami were the original reindeer hunters of the Fenno-Scandian North.

The Mesolithic I2 men of Europe were also very innovative creating the first rock painting and figurative art, and these innovations spread quite early to other parts of the world, or they were independently invented in many places. In the global scale there can also be cognitive differences between peoples, but in the European theater all peoples were on the same cognitive level.

It is also common in Saami. Such names are, however, too few for drawing any well-founded conclusions concerning the areas that used to be inhabited by the Saami in northern Russia. In the speech of south-western Lake Beloye Saami there was a significant phonological peculiarity: T he linguistic affiliation of hydronyms with the formant - in the Lake Beloye region can be defined in a similar way.

VL62 is seen in the lower left corner in the Eupedia plot. It was formed in mixed Finnish population, probably around Ladoga.

The second wave of Indo-Europeans brought R1a. There were more men than women in these Indo-European invasions, so they were war parties of people with horses, carriages and cattle. In several micro-regions of northern Russia, the Slavs came into direct contact with the Saami population.

The toponymy of northern Russia consists of a Russian upper layer with underlying Finnic basically Karelian and Saami layers. Still, tree agriculture is probably older: Finns and Baltic people have the largest genetic contribution from the Western Hunter Gatherers WHGso they mixed with locals, and did not mix with Anatolian farmers.

Probably one cannot find a complete answer before there is ancient DNA from early Finns and Saami and that does not seem to be coming.

Saami language

The people speaking Saami languages in Lakeland-Finland, called Lapps, were ethnically different from Finns. On linguistic grounds Ante Aikio [1] proposes more or less the following: Finns are very naturally closest related to Estonians and both of them are very close to the other Baltic Finnic people.

Proto-Samic language

This master race was not Nordic blond and brown eyed, but got the blond eyes form local women. The Saami layer of the substrate toponymy of northern Russia is older than Finnic.

Mainly female lineages survived in Corded Ware and through them in Baltic people. Saami are in autosomal genes so close to Volga Finns that they must have moved to inland Finland from the Volga region later than Finns moved to the Baltic.

The aborigines were enslaved at some point, but their genes were mixed with those of the new comers. Korhonen, Mikko Johdatus lapin kielen historiaan. The following non-finite forms were also present: The type appears in the whole country and also in Estonia, so it is not restricted to Karelia and Savo.

Saami Substrate Toponymy in Northern Russia

Does it also follow that this shift should happen? Yet, his theory has been announced as discredited, but is it really so?

Pre-Finno-Ugric substrate

In Mexico squash cultivation started around 8, BC, so around the same time as agriculture started in the Fertile Crescent.Several names are used for the Sami languages: Saami, Sámi, Saame, Samic, Saamic, as well as the exonyms Lappish and Lappic.

The last two, along with the term Lapp, are now often considered pejorative. On line radio stream in various sami languages; Introduction to the history and current state of Sami. An Essay on Substrate Studies and the Origin of Saami more by Ante Aikio Publication Name: Irma Hyvärinen / Petri Kallio / Jarmo Korhonen (eds.) Etymologie, Entlehnungen und Entwicklungen: Festschrift für Jorma Koivulehto zum ‘Hamitic’ / non-Semitic Afro-Asiatic cultural words The line of descendance of archaeological cultures as Iberomaurusian / Oranian > Capsian > Tardenoisian > Maglemose > Kongemose > Ertebølle with art similar to Capsian correlated with the ‘Hamitic’ substrate in Germanic, cf.

Saami-Berber genetic relationship. This essay deals with the study of the ethnolinguistic past of the Saami. In re-cent years many novel findings have emerged in the field of Saami historical linguistics, and the interpretation of these new results allows a coherent timeline of the development of the Saami languages to be established.

Sami languages

The Proto-Samic language is the hypothetical, A sound change *sn > *st that occurred in the history of several Sami languages caused a merging of the inessive and elative singular, creating a single "locative" case. Ante, Aikio (), "An Essay on Substrate Studies and the Origin of Saami". Saami Substrate Toponymy in Northern Russia S At present there are a number of linguistic features characteristic of northern Russia that can be interpreted as of Saami origin.

The first attempts to analyse Saami (i.e. Proto-Saami) toponyms have been made and this makes it possible, at least to a certain extent, to describe more exactly the.

An essay on substrate studies and the origin of saami
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