Demographic features of the population of Lithuania include population density, ethnicity, level of education, health, economic status, and religious affiliations.
The earliest evidence of inhabitants in present-day Lithuania dates back to 10,000 BC. Between 3000 and 2000 BC, the people of the Corded Ware culture spread over a vast region of eastern Europe, between the Baltic Sea and the Vistula River in the West and the Moscow–Kursk line in the East. Merging with the indigenous peoples, they gave rise to the Balts, a distinct Indo-European ethnic group whose descendants are the present-day Lithuanian and Latvian nations and the former Old Prussians.
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The name of Lithuania – Lithuanians – was first mentioned in 1009. Among its etymologies there are a derivation f