Our myths split north of the black sea.
The western (eventually odin), and eastern (eventually vedic).
Then crossed over (shared) again south of the black sea (greek,anatolian, semitic, persian).
But the differences remain the same. Authoritarian semitic, I don’t know how to cast persian except ‘like chinese’ as wisdom literature, the indic/vedic, and then the ‘rational’ germanic, roman, greek. So the spectrum of empirical to authoritarian to supernatural works eastward. I don’t know why other than to assume it’s a demographic necessity since we know the anatolians were working on religion as we understand it 8000bc. Even before the british isles were … 3000bc. So it s likely that the henge culture was informed of the anatolian culture. at least by story if not by experience.
I assume that the semitic (fertile crescent) peoples had longer to work with the anatolian religion, and so that the persians (east) and the anatolians (west) and the greeks (far west), and the romans (farthest west), were all less affected given the distance.
Unfortunately the fertile crescent meant food and that meant underclasses, and that mean authoritarianism.
Hunters don’t need that stuff. 😉