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Question 1: [7] The Y-chromosomal data has also revealed a common Finno-Ugric ancestry for the males of the neighboring Baltic peoples, speakers of the Indo-European ________.
Armenian languageSlavic languagesBaltic languagesBalts

Question 2: The ancient rune singing has inspired the creation of the national epic of ________, Kalevala compiled by Elias Lönnrot, and the music of Arvo Pärt, the best known Estonian composer in the classical field.

Question 3: The origin of the people who lived in the ________ area during the Mesolithic Era continues to be debated by scientists.
North SeaArctic OceanBaltic SeaBlack Sea

Question 4: The Settlement Continuity Theory is based on ________ and genealogy.
EngineeringMiningArchaeologyCivil engineering

Question 5: The Settlement Continuity Theory asserts that at least the genetic ancestors of the Finno-Ugric peoples were among the earliest indigenous peoples of ________.
EuropeWestern EuropeBalkansEastern Europe

Question 6: Genealogic studies have shown that the Baltic Finns have a much closer genetic relationship to the northern and central Europeans than to the eastern ________ such as the Volga Finns.
Finnic peoplesEstoniaFinno-Ugric languagesFinno-Ugric peoples

Question 7: [8] The indicator of Finno-Ugric origin has been found to be more frequent in Latvians (42%) and ________ (43%) than in Estonians (34%).
PolandRussiaLithuanian peopleVilnius

Question 8: ________ has highlighted the importance of Kalevala as a source for his legendarium, including The Lord of the Rings.
J. R. R. TolkienBeowulf: The Monsters and the CriticsJ. R. R. Tolkien's influencesThe Hobbit

Question 9: The Migration Theory has been called into question since 1980, based on genealogy, craniometry and ________.
EngineeringCivil engineeringArchaeologyMining

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