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Gurka atla
14-07-13, 09:37
Hi everyone I'm new and I'm Turk with origins from Ankara and I was raised in Spain now live in in the U.K as a student.

I want to ask you guys, why is it that DNA results shows many Turks have 10-25% Mongoloid admixture but yet greeks, Armenians or Kurds samples are 0%? that this mean really our ancestors were Mongoloid and if it was will this change the way you look at Turks? I did a DNA test and I came out having 22% Mongoloid ( Siberian 14.7% + 7.3% East Asian ). I really don't understand what's the meaning of this but at first the results surprised me so much that I even doubt if I was a pure Turk and my family told me they are just Turks. So I did a lot genetic research of Turks on the forum and found I'm not the only one with such odd results. Here is what I found while searching for more data.


Turkish Aydin


http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-rcdkNaYFICM/Tz1p4IcLlZI/AAAAAAAAEhs/En5H2fWIh68/s1600/ADMIXTURE+Turkish_Aydin_Ho_3.png




1 Sample 18.5% Mongoloid admixture
2 Sample 18% Mongoloid admixture
1 Sample 17% Mongoloid admixture
3 Sample 15% Mongoloid admixture


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1 Sample 13.7% Mongoloid admixture
2 Sample 13.5% Mongoloid admixture
1 Sample 12.5% Mongoloid admixture


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1 Sample 8% Mongoloid admixture
2 Sample 3.5% Mongoloid admixture
1 Sample 2.5% Mongoloid admixture
1 Sample 2% Mongoloid admixture
1 Sample 0% Mongoloid admixture






Turkish Instanbul


http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-j0NtK9KR6EM/Tz1ptIUKZqI/AAAAAAAAEhc/_yfGoWABFhs/s1600/ADMIXTURE+Turkish_Istanbul_Ho_3.png










2 Samples have 15% Mongoloid admixture
1 Samples have 13% Mongoloid admixture
2 Samples have 12.5% Mongoloid admixture


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1 Sample 8% Mongoloid admixture
2 Samples 6.8% Mongoloid admixture
9 Samples 4.5 - 6% Mongoloid admixture


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1 sample 0.5%


Turkish Kayseri
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-QmgogpYSdKQ/Tz1pyfiiWAI/AAAAAAAAEhk/4EN13tRjIAw/s1600/ADMIXTURE+Turkish_Kayseri_Ho_3.png


3 Samples 12 - 13%
5 Samples 6-7% Mongoloid
10 Samples 4-5% Mongoloid
5 Samples 3.5% Mongoloid

Gurka atla
14-07-13, 09:41
MORE DNA RESULTS
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Top 5 most Asian Turks

1. Turk from Southern Mediterranean area/Adana (14%)

2. Turk from Central Turkey/Ankara

3. Turk from Northwestern Turkey/Bolu (12%)

4. Turk from Southwestern Turkey/Aydin (11-12%)

5. Turk from Central Turkey/Konya (9.6%)


I did research and was once again surprised by Turkish non-Caucasoid admixture in some samples. Mongoloid admixture can range from from 5 - 25% in Turkish people. I like to hear Turks explaining these results.

http://i42.tinypic.com/i2ulwm.jpg

Behar et al. (2010) Turks have 15.4% Central Asian admixture; if we add the 3 Dodecad Project Turks to the sample, this becomes 14.4%.

Yetos
14-07-13, 09:59
I was expecting less, about 8-10%

Gurka atla
14-07-13, 17:14
I was expecting less, about 8-10%

In Istanbul it's only about 6.8% or 7% however other parts of Turkey are 10-15%. Some or individual turks have 17% - 25% Mongoloid DNA but they tend to be rare especially those with over 20%.

Yetos
14-07-13, 21:55
In Istanbul it's only about 6.8% or 7% however other parts of Turkey are 10-15%. Some or individual turks have 17% - 25% Mongoloid DNA but they tend to be rare especially those with over 20%.

hmm

if it goes like that I am expecting biggest concentration around north parts Kilikyia and second around Afyon,
and also a high one in Edirne.
Am I right?

Templar
15-07-13, 16:53
It makes sense. I've read somewhere that Arab historians described the original Turks as "full-faced" and "squinty/small eyed". Sounds pretty mongoloid to me. Considering they came from Central Asia, this is no surprise at all.

One example of this is found in the book The History of the Prophets and Kings by historian Ibn Jarir al-Tabari.

"Ham [Africans] begat all those who are black and curly-haired, while Japheth [Turks] begat all those who are full-faced with small eyes, and Shem [Arabs] begat everyone who is handsome of face with beautiful hair."

LeBrok
15-07-13, 17:04
"Ham [Africans] begat all those who are black and curly-haired, while Japheth [Turks] begat all those who are full-faced with small eyes, and Shem [Arabs] begat everyone who is handsome of face with beautiful hair."
Oh, these objective historians. This is actually shockingly funny.

Templar
15-07-13, 17:16
Oh, these objective historians. This is actually shockingly funny.

That is exactly what I thought :D

I showed it to one of my Arab friends, and his only response was: "I am happy, LOL"

Gurka atla
16-07-13, 01:32
hmm

if it goes like that I am expecting biggest concentration around north parts Kilikyia and second around Afyon,
and also a high one in Edirne.
Am I right?


I really don't know. I'm very confused myself so kept searching for more data but I believe the highest Mongoloid admixture maybe in Southwest Turkey where they settled where Turkic group known as Comakdag who settle the land. They live in todays East Turkey Agean coast and have many odd looks.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d6/Aegean_Region_in_Turkey.svg/800px-Aegean_Region_in_Turkey.svg.png
http://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=tr&u=http://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%87omakda%C4%9Fk%C4%B1z%C4%B1la%C4%9Fa%C3%A7,_M ilas&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dcomakdag%2BKoyu%26sa%3DX%26hl%3Den%26 biw%3D1366%26bih%3D624




It says there is no information about the origin and history of the name of the village. Even though most of them can look like Turkish some of them seem to look like a Asiatic hybrid Mongoloid/Caucasoid people but someone said their Turkic ancestry is higher than average Turkish.


http://d1tzcc9zme1qd1.cloudfront.net/images/photos/341/95/medium/1182242.jpg
http://img254.imageshack.us/img254/5310/comakdagiyoreselkiyafet.jpg
http://haberciniz.biz/images/other/comakdaglilardan-vali-altiparmaka-ziyaret-mugla-20100112AY265050-01.jpg
http://www.muglakulturturizm.gov.tr/resim/1-641352/comakdag-koyu-kadinlari.JPG
http://i43.tinypic.com/2re2z3s.jpg
http://i42.tinypic.com/34fbqfb.jpg
http://i43.tinypic.com/2lcbtd1.jpg

Gurka atla
16-07-13, 01:39
It makes sense. I've read somewhere that Arab historians described the original Turks as "full-faced" and "squinty/small eyed". Sounds pretty mongoloid to me. Considering they came from Central Asia, this is no surprise at all.

One example of this is found in the book The History of the Prophets and Kings by historian Ibn Jarir al-Tabari.

"Ham [Africans] begat all those who are black and curly-haired, while Japheth [Turks] begat all those who are full-faced with small eyes, and Shem [Arabs] begat everyone who is handsome of face with beautiful hair."

So does that mean original Turks were Mongoloid? Are am I not a real Turk? Why doesn't Azeris look like Turks from Central Asia but more Turkish. Actually I think many Turkmen can look like Turkish although I do believe they have heavy Mongoloid admixture in them.

Goga
16-07-13, 01:45
So does that mean original Turks were Mongoloid? Are am I not a real Turk? Why doesn't Azeris look like Turks from Central Asia but more Turkish. Actually I think many Turkmen can look like Turkish although I do believe they have heavy Mongoloid admixture in them.
Original Turks that left their homeland (Turanic URHEIMAT), the Altai mountains, were already Turanic hybrids. That Turanic race was already (ad)mixed with Turco-Mongols and Iranic tribes.

Gurka atla
16-07-13, 01:52
Original Turks that left their homeland (Turanic URHEIMAT), the Altai mountains, were already Turanic hybrids. That Turanic race was already (ad)mixed with Turco-Mongols and Iranic tribes.

So does that mean that Turkish people are not closer to original Turks?

I though the heavy Asian looking Turkmen is the result of Mongol invasion. Aren't these Mongol descendant?

http://i39.tinypic.com/1z55e0p.jpg
http://i42.tinypic.com/984ms7.jpg

Yetos
16-07-13, 02:17
Actually by historians we know that there 2 kinds of Turks,

the Seljuk which were consider originally central Asian steppe people (Altaic ogur etc) settled in Kilikyia and then moved west but although they win they stop and settle (second settlements) at Matzikert and nearby areas,

other Turk tribes are Azheris, Caucasoid etc
Ottomans were considered as locals who adopted Turkish and Islam,

there is also a historical fact that Edirne (Adrianoupolis) was large scale inhabited by Turks.

the rest population is previous tribes nations etc who just adopted Ottomans' culture religion and language, and through time they created modern Turkey nation,

that is why I was expecting high Altaic- Central East Asian in Cilicia (Kilikyia) Afyon and Edirne,

Gurka atla
16-07-13, 02:37
Actually by historians we know that there 2 kinds of Turks,

the Seljuk which were consider originally central Asian steppe people (Altaic ogur etc) settled in Kilikyia and then moved west but although they win they stop and settle (second settlements) at Matzikert and nearby areas,

other Turk tribes are Azheris, Caucasoid etc
Ottomans were considered as locals who adopted Turkish and Islam,

there is also a historical fact that Edirne (Adrianoupolis) was large scale inhabited by Turks.

the rest population is previous tribes nations etc who just adopted Ottomans' culture religion and language, and through time they created modern Turkey nation,

that is why I was expecting high Altaic- Central East Asian in Cilicia (Kilikyia) Afyon and Edirne,

You seem to know about Turk history more than me. I really don't know what's the truth..... on wikipedia it says we are primary Anatolians with some Turkic genes.

Azeris also have Mongoloid admixture, higher even than Turks.

http://i49.tinypic.com/4r9s42.png

Goga
16-07-13, 02:44
So does that mean that Turkish people are not closer to original Turks?

I though the heavy Asian looking Turkmen is the result of Mongol invasion. Aren't these Mongol descendant?According to me ancient 'original' Turanic tribes of 1000 years ago were partly Mongoloid/Iranic. Modern-day Turks are not so far from the 'original' Turks. But modern Turks have also Anatolian (Greeks, Armenians, Kurds) DNA in them.
Ancient Turks = Turco-Mongloid + Iranic
Modern Turks = Turco-Mongloid + Iranic + Anatolian + (Eastern) European (+ a little bit Semitic (Levant Arabs) + African (African slaves from Ottoman era)).
Modern Turks = meltingpot = new modern race of 21st century!

Gurka atla
16-07-13, 02:50
According to me ancient'original' Turanic tribes of 1000 years ago were partly Mongoloid/ranic. Modern-dayTurks are not so far from the 'original' Turks. But modern Turks have alsoAnatolian (Greeks, Armenians, Kurds) DNA in them.
Ancient Turks = Turco-Mongloid+ Iranic
Modern Turks = Turco-Mongloid+ Iranic + Anatolian + (Eastern) European (+ a little bit Semitic (Levant Arabs)+ African (African slaves from Ottoman era).
Modern Turks = meltingpot = new modern race of 21st century!

Yeah did I read ottoman empire enslaved million Caucasus, Balkans, and even Nubians of Turkey are Afro-Turks. Were the Ottoman Mongoloid? Surely I don't think so. Many of the authentic paintings of Sultans even look European with green/blue eyes.

Goga
16-07-13, 02:56
Yeah did I read ottoman empire enslaved million Caucasus, Balkans, and even Nubians of Turkey are Afro-Turks. Were the Ottoman Mongoloid? Surely I don't think so. Many of the authentic paintings of Sultans even look European with green/blue eyes.
Sultans were mixed with Persians, Slavs, Kurds, Greeks, Arabs and Armenians. Royalty is not the same as an ordinary population. Royals are/were always much more mixed than average...

Gurka atla
16-07-13, 03:09
Sultans were mixed with Persians, Slavs, Kurds, Greeks, Arabs and Armenians. Royalty is not the same as an ordinary population. Royals are/were always much more mixed than average...

I don't think it has anything to do with mixing we are just diverse. From my experience many Turks have people that can range from looking anyone from anyone from European to anyone with Middle east look, including the occasional weird mongoloid influence Turk. I used to think tis was just a unique trait but now I believe it could be a mongoloid influence on Turkish people. A lot of Turkmen look like us but can't say the same for other extremely chinky looking Turkmen ( some look so chinky like they were Mongols )

One of those occasional weird looking Turks are for example emre gungor a famous Turkish footballer. I never used to think he was that odd looking until I've read genetics of Turks.

http://i42.tinypic.com/55osn8.jpg
http://i43.tinypic.com/301zi9k.jpg
http://i39.tinypic.com/2ur1nw8.jpg

MOESAN
20-07-13, 23:06
I really don't know. I'm very confused myself so kept searching for more data but I believe the highest Mongoloid admixture maybe in Southwest Turkey where they settled where Turkic group known as Comakdag who settle the land. They live in todays East Turkey Agean coast and have many odd looks.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d6/Aegean_Region_in_Turkey.svg/800px-Aegean_Region_in_Turkey.svg.png
http://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=tr&u=http://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%87omakda%C4%9Fk%C4%B1z%C4%B1la%C4%9Fa%C3%A7,_M ilas&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dcomakdag%2BKoyu%26sa%3DX%26hl%3Den%26 biw%3D1366%26bih%3D624




It says there is no information about the origin and history of the name of the village. Even though most of them can look like Turkish some of them seem to look like a Asiatic hybrid Mongoloid/Caucasoid people but someone said their Turkic ancestry is higher than average Turkish.


http://d1tzcc9zme1qd1.cloudfront.net/images/photos/341/95/medium/1182242.jpg
http://img254.imageshack.us/img254/5310/comakdagiyoreselkiyafet.jpg
http://haberciniz.biz/images/other/comakdaglilardan-vali-altiparmaka-ziyaret-mugla-20100112AY265050-01.jpg
http://www.muglakulturturizm.gov.tr/resim/1-641352/comakdag-koyu-kadinlari.JPG
http://i43.tinypic.com/2re2z3s.jpg
http://i42.tinypic.com/34fbqfb.jpg
http://i43.tinypic.com/2lcbtd1.jpg

some of them have a mogoloid look, it is true (but the little baby girl has nothing indicating mongoloid features - for old people: caution: the wrinkles, the eyelid fold (but external only = not mongoloid), the tanned skin and some clothes "artifices" can influence our judgment!!! - as a whole, a mongoloid element is not surprising among Turks and surely the first ones colonizating Turkey were more on this side yet. the ones we see in France show very little influence of this eastern type, but maybe a lot of our Turks are Kurds in reality...

Gurka atla
21-07-13, 00:45
some of them have a mogoloid look, it is true (but the little baby girl has nothing indicating mongoloid features - for old people: caution: the wrinkles, the eyelid fold (but external only = not mongoloid), the tanned skin and some clothes "artifices" can influence our judgment!!! - as a whole, a mongoloid element is not surprising among Turks and surely the first ones colonizating Turkey were more on this side yet. the ones we see in France show very little influence of this eastern type, but maybe a lot of our Turks are Kurds in reality...

I honestly don't know but you're right that in France most Turks are Kurds, many Turks are assimilated Kurds. I've seen a few Turks that look like these but I'm not exactly if this is Mongoloid influenced or not.


I've asked somebody before and they think Turks that are like these are West Asian Caucasoid with Mongoloid influences.



http://i44.tinypic.com/2zolyf4.jpg
http://i43.tinypic.com/6o2zix.jpg
http://i42.tinypic.com/2rxcfm1.jpg

MOESAN
21-07-13, 18:06
I honestly don't know but you're right that in France most Turks are Kurds, many Turks are assimilated Kurds. I've seen a few Turks that look like these but I'm not exactly if this is Mongoloid influenced or not.


I've asked somebody before and they think Turks that are like these are West Asian Caucasoid with Mongoloid influences.



http://i44.tinypic.com/2zolyf4.jpg
http://i43.tinypic.com/6o2zix.jpg
http://i42.tinypic.com/2rxcfm1.jpg

just a personal opinion: the first one (top) could have very well a little bit of mogoloid - the two others do not show it for I think -
concerning eyelids, the 'mongoloid "bridle" is a peculiar thing, not very common in Occident - but some mornings when I rise up, at first sight, some naive person could think I have mongoloid origins before a good washing and some hours of awakeness give me more "european look"!!!

Gurka atla
22-07-13, 11:44
just a personal opinion: the first one (top) could have very well a little bit of mogoloid - the two others do not show it for I think -
concerning eyelids, the 'mongoloid "bridle" is a peculiar thing, not very common in Occident - but some mornings when I rise up, at first sight, some naive person could think I have mongoloid origins before a good washing and some hours of awakeness give me more "european look"!!!

Yeah, I always though that Turks with those looks like are superficial. I honestly don't know what a small Mongoloid influence turk suppose to look like. Another thing I think it could be true is that Turkish who mixed with East Asian always end up looking very East Asian. On the internet I have seen 2 couples who have sons born to Turkish father and Kazakh women both of them look like Kazakh but with some diluted Asian features. I have also seen sons of Kazakh fathers and Russian mother and their sons and daughters all look almost White which is not surprising since Kazakhs are 70% Asian only and 30% Caucasian.


A mixture of pure blood 100% Korean with 7% Mongoloid Turkish will produce a 53.5% Mongoloid.

A mixture of pure blood 100% Korean and with 10 Mongoloid Turkish will produce 55% Mongoloid

A mixture of pure blood 100% Korean and with 20% Mongoloid Turkish will produce 60% Mongoloid




This is a theory ( not mine )

Like for example somebody posted these pictures who are half Turkish/ half Korean other is half Turkish/half Japanese and they all look surprisingly more Mongoloid than the average Eurasian. Although according to some people Asian genes are stronger so their offspring tend to look mostly East Asians but in some cases look mostly Caucasian. However I have yet to see one half Turkish half Asian that doesn't look so Asian.

https://si0.twimg.com/profile_images/2585220678/slv7fg677g1qrx7bqfyh.jpeg
http://img707.imageshack.us/img707/7751/acelya3.jpg
http://30.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lo6mlzB0ao1qabqsfo1_500.jpg


https://fbcdn-sphotos-a-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-frc1/199592_152468008146792_190333_n.jpg



aleyna yilmaz


http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m48z9oyKl21rsyfs8o1_500.jpg

ilayda yilmaz
http://25.media.tumblr.com/052856b2ac14dd53be8ea37cd00cf1e2/tumblr_mgvrql7aEj1rqd5g9o4_250.gif

uguner
27-07-13, 08:22
These grandmas look like Udmurt Grannies participated to the Eurovision last year in 2012
I really don't know. I'm very confused myself so kept searching for more data but I believe the highest Mongoloid admixture maybe in Southwest Turkey where they settled where Turkic group known as Comakdag who settle the land. They live in todays East Turkey Agean coast and have many odd looks.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d6/Aegean_Region_in_Turkey.svg/800px-Aegean_Region_in_Turkey.svg.png
http://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=tr&u=http://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%87omakda%C4%9Fk%C4%B1z%C4%B1la%C4%9Fa%C3%A7,_M ilas&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dcomakdag%2BKoyu%26sa%3DX%26hl%3Den%26 biw%3D1366%26bih%3D624




It says there is no information about the origin and history of the name of the village. Even though most of them can look like Turkish some of them seem to look like a Asiatic hybrid Mongoloid/Caucasoid people but someone said their Turkic ancestry is higher than average Turkish.


http://d1tzcc9zme1qd1.cloudfront.net/images/photos/341/95/medium/1182242.jpg
http://img254.imageshack.us/img254/5310/comakdagiyoreselkiyafet.jpg
http://haberciniz.biz/images/other/comakdaglilardan-vali-altiparmaka-ziyaret-mugla-20100112AY265050-01.jpg
http://www.muglakulturturizm.gov.tr/resim/1-641352/comakdag-koyu-kadinlari.JPG
http://i43.tinypic.com/2re2z3s.jpg
http://i42.tinypic.com/34fbqfb.jpg
http://i43.tinypic.com/2lcbtd1.jpg

silkyslovanbojkovsky
20-08-13, 06:38
So does that mean original Turks were Mongoloid? Are am I not a real Turk? Why doesn't Azeris look like Turks from Central Asia but more Turkish. Actually I think many Turkmen can look like Turkish although I do believe they have heavy Mongoloid admixture in them.

You are definitely a real turk! The original turks were mongoloid people. Why do you think your language is related to tatars and people from Kazakhstan? Have you ever seen those people. They look completely mongoloid. The fact that you show up as having quite a bit, means you have a substantial amount of real Turkic blood. Why would you expect Greece or other balkanic people to have this. They speak Indo-European languages that have nothing to do with mongoloid type people. The genes that turks share with greeks and other balkanic people is due to the native inhabitants who were in Turkey before the original turks came

Gurka atla
21-08-13, 01:12
You are definitely a real turk! The original turks were mongoloid people. Why do you think your language is related to tatars and people from Kazakhstan? Have you ever seen those people. They look completely mongoloid. The fact that you show up as having quite a bit, means you have a substantial amount of real Turkic blood. Why would you expect Greece or other balkanic people to have this. They speak Indo-European languages that have nothing to do with mongoloid type people. The genes that turks share with greeks and other balkanic people is due to the native inhabitants who were in Turkey before the original turks came


If real Turks are Mongoloid than I'm far from being a real Turk. I understand 22% East Asian/Siberian DNA is a lot of a Turk but I'm still 78% Caucasoid.

Kazakhstan look very mongoloid I agree but most Tatars don't, some Tatars look very Mongoloid though.

Ike
22-08-13, 15:58
If real Turks are Mongoloid...

Yeah, we don't know if they are, and by how much. Maybe if we had one original Turk to test, he'd show 44 % Mongoloid, which could mean that you'd be 1/2 original Turk.

Templar
22-08-13, 16:04
If real Turks are Mongoloid than I'm far from being a real Turk. I understand 22% East Asian/Siberian DNA is a lot of a Turk but I'm still 78% Caucasoid.

Kazakhstan look very mongoloid I agree but most Tatars don't, some Tatars look very Mongoloid though.

Identities of people change all the time. The most famous and successful Turks were the Ottoman Turks who were mostly Caucasoid. Just look at all the portraits of Sultans like Mehmed and Suleiman.

Modern Turk identity I think is far more the result of the actions of the Ottomans rather than previous Turks such as the Seljuqs or others.

Templar
22-08-13, 16:07
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e9/EmperorSuleiman.jpg
Suleiman

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f3/Sarayi_Album_10a.jpg
Mehmed the conqueror

Gurka atla
23-08-13, 03:37
Yeah, we don't know if they are, and by how much. Maybe if we had one original Turk to test, he'd show 44 % Mongoloid, which could mean that you'd be 1/2 original Turk.

The first turks look like this they claim

Gokturk empire in 552 AD to 770 AD, this was considered by many as the first empire to identify with name name Turk and they were suppose to be ancestors of Seljuks
http://i48.tinypic.com/2r6nx2b.jpg



Here is a facial reconstruction of Gokturk


http://i48.tinypic.com/2cz4nwz.jpg
http://i41.tinypic.com/34j6fk9.jpg
http://i42.tinypic.com/2qa5p28.jpg
http://i42.tinypic.com/2vi0aw0.jpg

Noman
23-08-13, 03:42
The "Turkic" people like Ozman should be expected to all be admixed with "mongolians", after all that's where they came into byzantine empire from, central asia. They should be just like you, around 75% caucasoid and 25% mongoloid. So you are pure in the sense that you are likely very similar to the tribesmen who founded ottoman empire and those who still lead a similar lifestyle elsewhere.

Gurka atla
23-08-13, 03:57
The "Turkic" people like Ozman should be expected to all be admixed with "mongolians", after all that's where they came into byzantine empire from, central asia. They should be just like you, around 75% caucasoid and 25% mongoloid. So you are pure in the sense that you are likely very similar to the tribesmen who founded ottoman empire and those who still lead a similar lifestyle elsewhere.

Well I knew if I had the highest Mongoloid admixture that means I could be closer to original Turk than other Turks but still I feel in no way Mongoloid, I do not look nothing like them at all.


By Russian anthropologists

The Oghuz turkmen were related with Gokturk, however the different is that Gokturk were predominately Mongoloid to Mongoloid. While Oghuz Turk have both people who are 100% Mongoloid and people were 25-50% Mongoloid and 25-50% Caucasoid.


Oghuz from Western + Southern Kazakhstan.

Russian translations.


" Among the Oghuz (mainly in the steppe zone of their resettlement) dominated Mongoloid racial type. "They - wrote about the Aral Oghuz in the tenth century. Al-Masudi, - most of undersized (Turks) and they have very small eyes" [11]. Other medieval authors note poorly defined vegetation on the face and body and Ploskonos Oguz. All of this suggests Mongoloid features that were characteristic of the bulk predominantly steppe Oguz [12]. "


http://i45.tinypic.com/zmf75y.jpg


" These written sources of X-XII centuries. the physical appearance of the Oghuz confirm some paleoanthropological materials. Among the found in the Oguz-Pecheneg mounds of western Kazakhstan skulls dominate Mongoloid types with the South Siberian features. However, there are also found the skull Caucasoid and metisnogo appearance. [13]


More intensive process of ethnic assimilation is likely to take place among the Oghuz south-western regions of Central Asia. Quite a few, but very interesting in this respect craniological material is located in southern Kazakhstan. In excavated ANBernshtam Oguz cemeteries Sasyk-Bulak buried dolihokrannye Caucasoids mixed with Mongoloid features. [14] "


http://i50.tinypic.com/73hqo0.jpg

Ike
23-08-13, 10:12
http://i48.tinypic.com/2r6nx2b.jpg



This is a very large area to be filled with just one ethnic group. I guess those areas were occupied, and it's inhabitants subjected to Turkish rule, although not all of them were of Turkish origin. I find illustrations (http://web.itu.edu.tr/~afaydin/cardpics/turkey/2001/bturkdev/index.htm) on Turkish smart cards similar what I imagine original Turks. And if you look carefully you'll see that not all of them are the same, some are more Mongol, some less, some have Arabic or Caucasian influence. I guess there were a lot of tribes, with different influences. It seems we'd have to trace a lot back from 500 A.D. to get to the kernel of the Turkish ethnicity.


What does being Turk originally meant anyway, it's unclear to me. Wiki says:

1. The ethnonym "Turk" may be first mentioned in Herodotus' work "Targitas"
2. During the first century A.D. Pomponius Mela refers to the "Turcae" in the forests north of the Sea of Azov
3. Pliny the Elder lists the "Tyrcae" among the people of the same area
4. The first definite reference to the "Turks" come mainly from Chinese sources in the sixth century. In these sources, "Turk" appears as "Tujue" which was used to refer to the Göktürks. According to Chinese sources, the meaning of the word Tujue was "combat helmet" , reportedly because the shape of the Altai Mountains, where they lived, was similar to a combat helmet.

Ok, I get the Chinese explanation, but Chinese had a name for tribes in Altaic mountains, and Europeans for a territory near the Black sea, which is more than 2000 km away. Similar terms - same people? Don't know.


Kemal Ataturk was born near Thessaloniki , and he's got very European face; I'd easily drop him in Hungary or Romania. I've intentionally chosen the pics without a moustache or traditional hat, and in European clothes:

5979598059815982

Gurka atla
23-08-13, 11:21
Kemal Ataturk was a Turk, his face is not necessarily European face, such faces can be seen in Turkish so there is nothing surprising.


Some described Turks as Mongoloid while other described them as Caucasoid

It's all very confusing, some Turks were described as being blonde hair, red hair, blue eyes, green eyes features. This would imply that Turks could have been Caucasoid or at least some of them but than when I see how the Kazakhs and Tuvans in Mongolia look like, it makes me think what what exactly did they mean by red hair, blonde hair, blue eyes? did they mean some who look like Ataturk or did they means Turks that look like this? these looks are not so rare for a Kazakh in western mongolia


http://i989.photobucket.com/albums/af18/oditous2/Asia/Kazakhwithlightcoloredhairandoreyeskz.jpg

Gurka atla
23-08-13, 11:35
Another thing is the way how Chinese describe modern Uyghurs and Uzbeks, they honestly think they people are Caucasoid but when you look at genetics it shows they are half Mongoloid.


http://www.centralasiatraveler.com/cn/xj/ky/images/ky_d01_uyghur_children.jpg

By believe is original Turks were Mongoloid but mostly Mongoloid/Caucasoid of various degree of admixture

Gurka atla
23-08-13, 11:54
http://i48.tinypic.com/2b9ugn.png
See this is a Uyghur turk, one look at him and even I'll think he is Caucasoid. But is he really a true caucasoid or is he Caucasoid looking for the same reason some Eurasians can look very Caucasoid too?

http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQ4K0SWFEmf3S4tn7qhTpPPIZulSFUEb mTwWTviNsLWmUy_jgNNA5i-9ziI

Here are some 50% Korean and 50% Japanese, mixed with white.

Could these what Chinese mean't when they described some Turks with Caucasoid appearance?

http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lxo5scSP3c1qde0e2o1_500.png
http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m9enxwDZ2Q1qhrfvxo1_500.jpg

Ike
23-08-13, 12:29
Ataturk was of Turkish nationality, great leader and visionary, but I don't think he's got much in common with original Turks.


Another thing is the way how Chinese describe modern Uyghurs and Uzbeks, they honestly think they people are Caucasoid but when you look at genetics it shows they are half Mongoloid.


http://www.centralasiatraveler.com/cn/xj/ky/images/ky_d01_uyghur_children.jpg



Maybe the problem is that people notice the differences first. From Chinese point of view, these kids look odd, and very Caucasian, but it is obvious they have a Mongolian admixture.

Same goes for this guy:
http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQ4K0SWFEmf3S4tn7qhTpPPIZulSFUEb mTwWTviNsLWmUy_jgNNA5i-9ziI

He looks somewhat Turanid (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turanid_race), and from my point of view he's a bit Asian. Chinese would probably say he is 100% Caucasoid?

Noman
24-08-13, 12:14
Mongoloid is probably already a mix of east asian and more northern and western influences. Just like in europe there is an undercurrent of more eastern influences throughout almost the whole thing, nobody is fully separated especially by areas that are adjacent.

And doesn't turk comes from turkic languages?

MOESAN
24-08-13, 20:06
this thread could perdure a lot of time without any gain: yet, some steppic I-Eans and uralic tribes took components among the same human ancient europid stock - what look had the "first" Turkic people? hard to say! but in the Steppes we KNOW (at least in Kazakhstan) that the admixture of europid and mongolid external traits grew up steadily at the expanse of the two "pure" original stocks since the Iron Age (already a little before some I-Eans (Iranic?) took mongolid females in their eastern areas): mongolid females for I-Eans, and after that mongolid+europid females for "Turks"? only well culturally identified human remnants could tell us what the first "Turks" look like (I bet more on the Mongolid side at first but after...???) - the Uygurs and others are a mix of turkic and I-Ean people, we know that - the same with the "Huns mystery"
everybody can choose the pictures of men or women that fit his theories and write a 3000 pages book -
joke - by the way, even if they had no statistical value, I find theses pictures very interesting -
have a good Saturday evening and a good Sunday (but a too good Saturday can make a very bad synday

silkyslovanbojkovsky
25-08-13, 01:16
If real Turks are Mongoloid than I'm far from being a real Turk. I understand 22% East Asian/Siberian DNA is a lot of a Turk but I'm still 78% Caucasoid.

Kazakhstan look very mongoloid I agree but most Tatars don't, some Tatars look very Mongoloid though.

Yes of course you still are going to be hugely Caucasian. Turkey is a big mix of Middle Eastern, European, and Asian dna. You stated though in your previous comment that you began to doubt if you were really Turkish because you had 22% Asian dna. I was just pointing out that having those results would confirm that you are Turkish rather than not. To me its still obvious that tatars have Asian in them, the only reason a lot of them look more European is because they are mixed with Russians.

Gurka atla
25-08-13, 07:31
this thread could perdure a lot of time without any gain: yet, some steppic I-Eans and uralic tribes took components among the same human ancient europid stock - what look had the "first" Turkic people? hard to say! but in the Steppes we KNOW (at least in Kazakhstan) that the admixture of europid and mongolid external traits grew up steadily at the expanse of the two "pure" original stocks since the Iron Age (already a little before some I-Eans (Iranic?) took mongolid females in their eastern areas): mongolid females for I-Eans, and after that mongolid+europid females for "Turks"? only well culturally identified human remnants could tell us what the first "Turks" look like (I bet more on the Mongolid side at first but after...???) - the Uygurs and others are a mix of turkic and I-Ean people, we know that - the same with the "Huns mystery"
everybody can choose the pictures of men or women that fit his theories and write a 3000 pages book -
joke - by the way, even if they had no statistical value, I find theses pictures very interesting -
have a good Saturday evening and a good Sunday (but a too good Saturday can make a very bad synday

I think Turks took both Caucasoid females like for example the burial of Pazyryk had both Turkic and Iranians.

Craniological studies of samples from the Pazyryk burials revealed the presence of both Mongoloid and Caucasoid components in this population.[4] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pazyryk_burials#cite_note-4) quoting G. F. Debets on the physical characteristics of the population in the Pazyryk kurgans, records a mixed population. The men would seem to be part Mongoloid and the women Europoid.[5] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pazyryk_burials#cite_note-5)

Maciamo
25-08-13, 15:40
According to the Dodecad K12 and K12b admixtures, there is only about 6% of Mongoloid admixtures among the Turks.

Ike
25-08-13, 16:13
Craniological studies of samples from the Pazyryk burials revealed the presence of both Mongoloid and Caucasoid components in this population.[4] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pazyryk_burials#cite_note-4) quoting G. F. Debets on the physical characteristics of the population in the Pazyryk kurgans, records a mixed population. The men would seem to be part Mongoloid and the women Europoid.[5] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pazyryk_burials#cite_note-5)

Where is the border between Asiatic and Europid female mtDNA lines?

Gurka atla
25-08-13, 22:06
According to the Dodecad K12 and K12b admixtures, there is only about 6% of Mongoloid admixtures among the Turks.

That is the average for instanbul and northern turkey but still you have some who are 12-15% Mongoloid other parts of Turkey are 10-15% Mongoloid on average.

Petter
02-09-13, 12:27
According to the Dodecad K12 and K12b admixtures, there is only about 6% of Mongoloid admixtures among the Turks.

My thoughts also. Could it actually vary as much ad Gurk atla suggests? It must be spread very evenly considering that the admixture is between 1500 and 500 years old.

Alan
02-09-13, 14:56
Turks with over 15% East Asian Genes are very rare. The average Turk has something around your 10%, some even less. But there are areas, for example Southwest and Central Turkey with almost 15%.

Udmurts are Uralic speakers and their genetic data and looks indicates a Caucasian origin. (~80-90%)

Gurka atla
02-09-13, 17:59
My thoughts also. Could it actually vary as much ad Gurk atla suggests? It must be spread very evenly considering that the admixture is between 1500 and 500 years old.

Well I've talked with many who had their DNA sampled and 2 of them had between 20-25% Mongoloid admixture. Some part of Turkish province since to retained higher mongoloid admixture.

Gurka atla
02-09-13, 18:02
Turks with over 15% East Asian Genes are very rare. The average Turk has something around your 10%, some even less. But there are areas, for example Southwest and Central Turkey with almost 15%.

Udmurts are Uralic speakers and their genetic data and looks indicates a Caucasian origin. (~80-90%)

15% is not rare compared to those with 17 - 25% Mongoloid admixture. Those are very rare although they exist individually.

Depends on what Uralic tribe. Some have 16%, some 20% and some 35%.

Alan
03-09-13, 12:34
15% is not rare compared to those with 17 - 25% Mongoloid admixture. Those are very rare although they exist individually.

Depends on what Uralic tribe. Some have 16%, some 20% and some 35%.

Yes I said above 15% so 16-25%.


Most Uralic tribes have 10-20% but some can have higher. But the point is that Uralics generally have +70% Caucasian genes so a Caucasian origin makes sense.

Gurka atla
03-09-13, 13:46
Yes I said above 15% so 16-25%.


Most Uralic tribes have 10-20% but some can have higher. But the point is that Uralics generally have +70% Caucasian genes so a Caucasian origin makes sense.

Udmurt have Mongoloid 35.1% on average

Alan
03-09-13, 15:58
Udmurt have Mongoloid 35.1% on average
Interesting you have a link to this percentage?

Gurka atla
03-09-13, 19:25
Interesting you have a link to this percentage?

Udmurts


Sayomedic 29.6%
North Siberian 3.7%
East Siberian 1.8%



= 35.1%


http://i186.photobucket.com/albums/x251/zemelmete/Genetika/evi-volga-1.png

I believe these DNA can seen on their face
http://eng.olgaalex.ru/img/1041109/1041111.jpg
http://russianpickle.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/udmurt_people_red.jpg

Alan
03-09-13, 23:15
Udmurts


Sayomedic 29.6%
North Siberian 3.7%
East Siberian 1.8%



= 35.1%


http://i186.photobucket.com/albums/x251/zemelmete/Genetika/evi-volga-1.png

I believe these DNA can seen on their face
http://eng.olgaalex.ru/img/1041109/1041111.jpg
http://russianpickle.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/udmurt_people_red.jpg

Now the Question is, what is Sayomedic. I somehow doubt that it is entirely East Asian.

The photo below is anyhing but Asiatic looking. They could even pass as Irish.

Edit: As I thought Samoyedic component is not typical East Asian.

The People called Samoyed are Uralic speakers and the Uralic speakers themselves are taken as reference population.

And as we know Uralic speakers are far from being East Asian.

So 30% Samoyedic ≠ 30% East Asian.

Gurka atla
04-09-13, 01:06
Now the Question is, what is Sayomedic. I somehow doubt that it is entirely East Asian.

The photo below is anyhing but Asiatic looking. They could even pass as Irish.

Edit: As I thought Samoyedic component is not typical East Asian.

The People called Samoyed are Uralic speakers and the Uralic speakers themselves are taken as reference population.

And as we know Uralic speakers are far from being East Asian.

So 30% Samoyedic ≠ 30% East Asian.

Nenets have 77% Samoyedic components and look extremely Mongoloid


http://i186.photobucket.com/albums/x251/zemelmete/Nenci/0_99885_f8bcff81_XXL.jpg


And among the ethnic groups on the graph I posted it shows that Mansi have the highest samoyedic components among all the western uralics, they are almost 40% Mongoloid. Some of them sometimes appears East Asian.


http://www.allempires.com/forum/uploads/31288/image009.jpg

Gurka atla
04-09-13, 01:15
I can also say the same for someone who is 25% Korean and 75% White, she can easily pass for Irish.



http://i50.tinypic.com/25gbf9h.jpg


Now check out this famous Udmurt women


http://i44.tinypic.com/wlu6tz.jpg

Alan
04-09-13, 15:03
@Gurka Atla

No generally you can't say that a 25% East Asian and 75% West Eurasian turns Irish looking because most of the cases the Asian genes are more dominant in appearance. See Kazakhs or Uzbeks though being 50% West Eurasian they turn out looking very much East Asian on average.

So an individual case is not a proof of the opposite but on the photo of the Udmurts you posted all the visible individuals on the group photo could easily blend in Northwest Europe.

Even if the Sayomedic component was only 50% (most likely 75%) East Asian this would turn the people to look more Asian but than as a matter of fact the Nenets who are 77% of the "Sayomedic" component would most likely belong to 23% of other sorts of East Asian genes.


So even if we considered the Sayomedic component being 2/3 EA there is still 23% to add from various other East Asian genes which would end up being something around 80% East Asian in total for them. So their look is not surprising at all. But the Udmurts look by far too West Eurasian to be genetically more than 25% East Asian on average. Just my 2 Cents.

Gurka atla
04-09-13, 18:19
9/10 of 25% East Asian + 75% Caucasian always look like a Caucasian. Asian genes are only dominant when is a evenly 50/50 mix otherwise this won't be case.



Genetic of Turks

Kazakhs are genetically 70-75% East Asian/Siberian

http://i44.tinypic.com/2j1rmt2.jpg

Uzbeks are genetically 43- 46% East Asian/Siberian

http://i48.tinypic.com/2b9ugn.jpg


Chuvash people are 20-25% East Asian/Siberian

http://previous.presstv.ir/photo/20111217/Baqeri_d20111217094026200.jpg


Chuvash
http://i46.tinypic.com/xoqsrq.png


50% are between 25% - 27% Mongoloid




2 samples: 27% Mongoloid
3 Samples: 26% Mongoloid
3 Samples: 25.5% Mongoloid
1 Sample: 25% Mongoloid


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38.88% are between 21% Mongoloid to 24.8% Mongoloid


1 Sample: 24.8% Mongoloid
1 Sample: 24% Mongoloid
1 Sample: 23.5% Mongoloid
3 Sample: 22% Mongoloid
1 sample: 21% Mongoloid




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5.55% are 6% Mongoloid


1 Sample: 6% Mongoloid


Chuvash people ( not sure if these ones are pure, someone from the forum said intermarriage with Russians )
http://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/01/04/ba/b6/a-typical-chuvash-family.jpg
http://gov.cap.ru/home/chuv_adm/album/2003/rodnik/P6236224.JPG




Some Chuvash do look more Mongoloid.
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_85ACsZ2kALY/TBwBxDNmLEI/AAAAAAAAHDs/xZoiFnmui0E/s1600/1935+Chuvash+Girls.JPG
http://www.bumc.bu.edu/derm/files/2010/09/Andrey-sharov-251x300.jpg
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/cv/thumb/b/bc/Sespel.jpg/200px-Sespel.jpg
http://www.nndb.com/people/778/000051625/nikolayev_andriyan-smaller.jpg
http://media3.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/photo/gallery/100712/GAL-10Jul12-5123/media/PHO-10Jul12-237530.jpg

Gurka atla
04-09-13, 18:20
Kazakhs can range from 60 - 82% East Asian/Siberian but on average they are 70-75% East Asian/Siberian

http://i44.tinypic.com/2j1rmt2.jpg


While Uzbeks can range from 27 to 56% East Asian/Siberian but the average is 40-45% East Asian/Siberian.

http://i48.tinypic.com/2b9ugn.jpg




It's not like 35% East Asian/Siberian can make the majority of Uralic to look more East Asian. East Asian appearance are only dominant when there is a 50/50 equivalent mixed however even that doesn't stop many Eurasians in America or Canadia who are 50% Mongoloid from looking like this.


Mike shinoda, Japanese father and American mother

http://i43.tinypic.com/2nsx5z6.png

Rachel Chung, 3/4 Chinese father and British mother

http://i44.tinypic.com/30bejhl.png

Julian Kang, Korean father and Canadian mother

http://i40.tinypic.com/242xwlv.png






Chuvash
http://i46.tinypic.com/xoqsrq.png


50% are between 25% - 27% Mongoloid




2 samples: 27% Mongoloid
3 Samples: 26% Mongoloid
3 Samples: 25.5% Mongoloid
1 Sample: 25% Mongoloid


-----------


38.88% are between 21% Mongoloid to 24.8% Mongoloid


1 Sample: 24.8% Mongoloid
1 Sample: 24% Mongoloid
1 Sample: 23.5% Mongoloid
3 Sample: 22% Mongoloid
1 sample: 21% Mongoloid




-------------


5.55% are 6% Mongoloid


1 Sample: 6% Mongoloid


Chuvash people ( not sure if these ones are pure, someone from the forum said intermarriage with Russians )
http://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/01/04/ba/b6/a-typical-chuvash-family.jpg




Some Chuvash do look more Mongoloid.
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_85ACsZ2kALY/TBwBxDNmLEI/AAAAAAAAHDs/xZoiFnmui0E/s1600/1935+Chuvash+Girls.JPG
http://www.bumc.bu.edu/derm/files/2010/09/Andrey-sharov-251x300.jpg
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/cv/thumb/b/bc/Sespel.jpg/200px-Sespel.jpg

Gurka atla
04-09-13, 18:50
I don't agree that every Udmurt can pass for European

http://i43.tinypic.com/241jo8h.jpg
http://i40.tinypic.com/2cgoi9h.jpg
http://i39.tinypic.com/2a4oh91.jpg

Petter
06-09-13, 16:44
The Siberian admixture is small in West Finns and Estonians, and largely missing in Veps and Latvians, who descend from Uralic-speaking peoples (Livonian in the case of Latvians). We also know from linguistics that early Uralics had close contacts with proto-Indo-Europeans, of which very few groups today show Siberian admixture. All this would lead me to believe that the original Uralic people were at least mostly Caucasoid, and that the Siberian admixture has come later.

At least in the case of Finns, it is a fairly accepted theory that the 6% Siberian admixture came from the proto-Saamis, who had in turn picked it up from a Siberian people. Finnish Saami have about 10-15% Siberian admixture.

Of course, Finnic peoples living close to the Volga urheimat have more Siberian admixture, so the original people may have been close to modern Mordvins.

This sets Uralics apart from Turks. While Turks descend from a mostly mongoloid population which has been diluted among Caucasoid, the reverse is true for Uralics.

Gurka atla
06-09-13, 17:32
The Siberian admixture is small in West Finns and Estonians, and largely missing in Veps and Latvians, who descend from Uralic-speaking peoples (Livonian in the case of Latvians). We also know from linguistics that early Uralics had close contacts with proto-Indo-Europeans, of which very few groups today show Siberian admixture. All this would lead me to believe that the original Uralic people were at least mostly Caucasoid, and that the Siberian admixture has come later.

Russians claim this what what the original Uralic look like from 6000 BC


http://i50.tinypic.com/2w40mm9.jpg

Later Uralic expanded to the western part siberia and mixed with some Dnieper culture

And in 2000 BC they became predominately Caucasoid with some Mongoloid admixture

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y227/Liquid_Len/karavaicha1.jpg
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y227/Liquid_Len/karavaicha2.jpg
http://i243.photobucket.com/albums/ff277/aiwn/uralics.jpg


At least in the case of Finns, it is a fairly accepted theory that the 6% Siberian admixture came from the proto-Saamis, who had in turn picked it up from a Siberian people. Finnish Saami have about 10-15% Siberian admixture.

Of course, Finnic peoples living close to the Volga urheimat have more Siberian admixture, so the original people may have been close to modern Mordvins.

This sets Uralics apart from Turks. While Turks descend from a mostly mongoloid population which has been diluted among Caucasoid, the reverse is true for Uralics.

Finns have 6.15% Siberian/Mongoloid admixture on average, another study with 9.3% and with some samples having 12.5% Siberian admixture. The Saami have 6-8% Siberian/Mongoloid admixture with some having from 12% to 16.5%

In less than 7 generation A Finnish Mongoloid blood can disappear with less than 1%

1 generation 50%
2 generation 25%
3 generation 12.5%
4 generation 6.25%
5 generation 3.12%
6 generation 1.66%
7 generation 0.75%

Petter
06-09-13, 18:20
Russians claim this what what the original Uralic look like from 6000 BC...

I dont know what research that is that you are referring to, but according to current theories, Uralics began expanding from their Urheimat in the Volga-Ural region as recently as 4000 BC. The Samoyedic groups were the first to depart, going East.

Of course, where the proto-Uralics came from, no one knows, because the proto-Uralic language can only be reconstructed to the time of the Volga Urheimat. They might have originated from the East, and in that case were originally mostly Mongoloid, just as Turks (although the proto-Uralic migration is far more ancient). That is just speculation though.

The Uralic family was very expansive and I doubt that the original Uralics were completly assimilated into the existing populations, given how wide-spread the family is. If the Urheimat-Uralics were mongoloids, I would at least expect a lot more Siberian admixture in Estonians and Latvians. Of the Finnic peoples, only the Saami can be said to have a clear Siberian component (which they have donated to the Finns, in particular the East Finns). Even a Komi or Chuvash-like origin seems a bit unlikely to me, a Mordvin-like origin not being impossible though.

Even though any kind or origin is of course possible, the most plausible is probably an origin rich in caucasoid the NE-Europe component present in the region.

Gurka atla
07-09-13, 03:15
I dont know what research that is that you are referring to, but according to current theories, Uralics began expanding from their Urheimat in the Volga-Ural region as recently as 4000 BC. The Samoyedic groups were the first to depart, going East.

Of course, where the proto-Uralics came from, no one knows, because the proto-Uralic language can only be reconstructed to the time of the Volga Urheimat. They might have originated from the East, and in that case were originally mostly Mongoloid, just as Turks (although the proto-Uralic migration is far more ancient). That is just speculation though.

The Uralic family was very expansive and I doubt that the original Uralics were completly assimilated into the existing populations, given how wide-spread the family is. If the Urheimat-Uralics were mongoloids, I would at least expect a lot more Siberian admixture in Estonians and Latvians. Of the Finnic peoples, only the Saami can be said to have a clear Siberian component (which they have donated to the Finns, in particular the East Finns). Even a Komi or Chuvash-like origin seems a bit unlikely to me, a Mordvin-like origin not being impossible though.

Even though any kind or origin is of course possible, the most plausible is probably an origin rich in caucasoid the NE-Europe component present in the region.

I woudn't say that's the current theory if I was you. The Uralic people were associated with the comb culture and the people their were mongoloid and the exact people who inhabit the culture colored in purple are Mongoloid Uralic tribes like Nenets, Khanty and Nenets

As even wikipedia don't agree
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urheimat#Uralic_homeland

http://i44.tinypic.com/maw4lt.jpg



No you shouldn't expect so much Siberian admixture in Estonians and Latvians because DNA shows they are a mixture of Finns and Slavic people, in fact their mtDNA are exactly the sames as Russians, Ukranians with heavy frequencies of R1a at 32% and haplogroup I 15%

On the hand Finns are mixture of Saami tribes and people related with haplogroup I which is dominant in northern Europe. While the Saami ancestors were the Uralic from western Siberia who have 16.5 to 35% Mongoloid DNA, and the ancestors of these people are Nenets and they live where the Comb ceramic culture is located today.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~villandra/McKinstry/I2b1/haplogroupI1.gif


" With regard to the Y-chromosome, the most common haplogroups of the Finns are N1c (58%), I (29%), R1a (7.5%) and R1b (3.5%).[41] Haplogroup N1c, which is found only in a few countries in Europe (Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Finland and Russia), is a subgroup of the haplogroup N (Y-DNA) distributed across northern Eurasia and estimated in a recent study to be 10,000–20,000 years old and suggested to have entered Europe about 12,000–14,000 years ago from Asia.[42]

MOESAN
07-09-13, 17:17
The Siberian admixture is small in West Finns and Estonians, and largely missing in Veps and Latvians, who descend from Uralic-speaking peoples (Livonian in the case of Latvians). We also know from linguistics that early Uralics had close contacts with proto-Indo-Europeans, of which very few groups today show Siberian admixture. All this would lead me to believe that the original Uralic people were at least mostly Caucasoid, and that the Siberian admixture has come later.

At least in the case of Finns, it is a fairly accepted theory that the 6% Siberian admixture came from the proto-Saamis, who had in turn picked it up from a Siberian people. Finnish Saami have about 10-15% Siberian admixture.

Of course, Finnic peoples living close to the Volga urheimat have more Siberian admixture, so the original people may have been close to modern Mordvins.

This sets Uralics apart from Turks. While Turks descend from a mostly mongoloid population which has been diluted among Caucasoid, the reverse is true for Uralics.

I have already posted about the formation of first uralic people, basing me on a Hungarian scientists work: the first uralic tribes seemingly were first of europoid types, mostly 'proto-nordic' and 'cro-magnon' (these last maybe with a tendancy to meso-sub-brachycephaly) with a mixture with siberian people of more or less affirmed mongoloid traits like Sayanians-Toungids people -
after that proto-Hungarians take more 'Cro-magnoid elements when proto-Voguls, proto-Ostiaks and others got more on the siberian side, but not purely mongoloid- they did not speak to deeply about the Finnic speakers types, more focused on the ugrian ones -
I agree with you for the most concerning modern shifts -

MOESAN
07-09-13, 17:28
I don't agree that every Udmurt can pass for European

http://i43.tinypic.com/241jo8h.jpg
http://i40.tinypic.com/2cgoi9h.jpg
http://i39.tinypic.com/2a4oh91.jpg

the girl on the central picture as almost nothing of a mongoloid phenotype!
and I think the first europoids of Paleolithical times have this kind of eyelids, higher in external corners than close the nose BUT WITHOUT THE TRUE MONGOLOID EYELID BRIDLE (it is easy to see yet among some Europeans from Portugal to N-Scandinavia - what I suspect to be the Brünn type would have the same eyelids model, with the inferior eyelid almost rectiligne, what is rarer in southern Europe "old types": but all that is based I reckon, on intuitive conclusions

MOESAN
07-09-13, 17:31
a possible innocent cause of some disaccords here: are we speaking about the first geographially north-siberian types accultured by uralic speakers or about the first speakers of proto-finnic-ugric languages near the Urals??? maybe the so called "uralic" phenotype given by the Russians corresponds to the first case and is correct? but it is not the the most common type of the first "uralic languages" speakers?

Gurka atla
07-09-13, 18:08
I have already posted about the formation of first uralic people, basing me on a Hungarian scientists work: the first uralic tribes seemingly were first of europoid types, mostly 'proto-nordic' and 'cro-magnon' (these last maybe with a tendancy to meso-sub-brachycephaly) with a mixture with siberian people of more or less affirmed mongoloid traits like Sayanians-Toungids people -
after that proto-Hungarians take more 'Cro-magnoid elements when proto-Voguls, proto-Ostiaks and others got more on the siberian side, but not purely mongoloid- they did not speak to deeply about the Finnic speakers types, more focused on the ugrian ones -
I agree with you for the most concerning modern shifts -

I can't find your quote of a Hungarian from anywhere while my source comes from Russian anthrolologist. The Uralic expansion to Europe may have been mostly Proto-European with some Mongoloid admixture but the original Uralic were Mongoloid

Oldest Proto-Uralic by Russian anthropologist from 6000 BC
http://i50.tinypic.com/2w40mm9.jpg


( Russian translation to English)


FACE OF ANTHROPOLOGY

There has been an act of invasion of the Finno-Ugric peoples of Eastern origin in the territory inhabited by Caucasians. Dnieper-Donets culture has developed Caucasians, after which it mingled with the Finno-Ugric tribes. This is confirmed by the data from the repository and Yasinovatka, which (like the Vasiljevka II) is the most ancient among the other cemeteries of the Dnieper-Donets culture. Moreover, it contains the burial of non-simultaneity and divide the period of 500 years (between A and B).


Since culture comb-ceramic spread anthropological type, bearing the features of a "relaxed Mongoloid." In the anthropological literature, it is named laponoidnogo. From the point of view of anthropologists, "there is every reason to believe that the origin of anthropological traits media cultures comb-ceramics associated with the eastern parts of Russia." In particular, male and female skulls from graves 19 and 20 (Sahtysh II), belonging to the comb-culture and dating con. 4th - early. 3rd millennium BC. e. have pronounced Mongoloid appearance - "brain structure of the skull, face and horizontal profile morphology of the nose in two sahtyshskih skulls undoubtedly confirm their membership of the Mongoloid race.

Gurka atla
07-09-13, 18:13
the girl on the central picture as almost nothing of a mongoloid phenotype!
and I think the first europoids of Paleolithical times have this kind of eyelids, higher in external corners than close the nose BUT WITHOUT THE TRUE MONGOLOID EYELID BRIDLE (it is easy to see yet among some Europeans from Portugal to N-Scandinavia - what I suspect to be the Brünn type would have the same eyelids model, with the inferior eyelid almost rectiligne, what is rarer in southern Europe "old types": but all that is based I reckon, on intuitive conclusions

The first europoids actually had much larger eyes than modern day human, their noses was also much more prominent and physically larger.

If that face isn't influenced by Mongoloid than I don't know what is. Even this 1/4 Korean girl looks far more whiter than her.

http://i1265.photobucket.com/albums/jj503/badkarmama/2012-07-02_10-44-26_303.jpg

LeBrok
07-09-13, 20:30
The first europoids actually had much larger eyes than modern day human, their noses was also much more prominent and physically larger.


These are Neanderthal's traits. Ancient Europeans (Otzi) carried much more of Neanderthal genome than modern do.

MOESAN
08-09-13, 19:42
I can't find your quote of a Hungarian from anywhere while my source comes from Russian anthrolologist. The Uralic expansion to Europe may have been mostly Proto-European with some Mongoloid admixture but the original Uralic were Mongoloid

Oldest Proto-Uralic by Russian anthropologist from 6000 BC



http://i50.tinypic.com/2w40mm9.jpg


( Russian translation to English)


FACE OF ANTHROPOLOGY

There has been an act of invasion of the Finno-Ugric peoples of Eastern origin in the territory inhabited by Caucasians. Dnieper-Donets culture has developed Caucasians, after which it mingled with the Finno-Ugric tribes. This is confirmed by the data from the repository and Yasinovatka, which (like the Vasiljevka II) is the most ancient among the other cemeteries of the Dnieper-Donets culture. Moreover, it contains the burial of non-simultaneity and divide the period of 500 years (between A and B).


Since culture comb-ceramic spread anthropological type, bearing the features of a "relaxed Mongoloid." In the anthropological literature, it is named laponoidnogo. From the point of view of anthropologists, "there is every reason to believe that the origin of anthropological traits media cultures comb-ceramics associated with the eastern parts of Russia." In particular, male and female skulls from graves 19 and 20 (Sahtysh II), belonging to the comb-culture and dating con. 4th - early. 3rd millennium BC. e. have pronounced Mongoloid appearance - "brain structure of the skull, face and horizontal profile morphology of the nose in two sahtyshskih skulls undoubtedly confirm their membership of the Mongoloid race.

read what I wrote: WHAT IS URALIC PEOPLE for these russian scientists??? here is the problem!
geographic dwelling ones or so called uralic (more correctly 'finno-ugrian') languages speakers: I repaet: here is the problem and misundertsanding will perdure a lot of time!!!

MOESAN
08-09-13, 19:46
The first europoids actually had much larger eyes than modern day human, their noses was also much more prominent and physically larger.

If that face isn't influenced by Mongoloid than I don't know what is. Even this 1/4 Korean girl looks far more whiter than her.

http://i1265.photobucket.com/albums/jj503/badkarmama/2012-07-02_10-44-26_303.jpg

what is 'mongoloid' typical traits for you???
her nose is not mongoloid, her apparent cheekbones can be found in some europoid subtype (she is smiling: modifying effect), her eyes are half closed by smiling: at first sight (and I'm interested by phenotypes since a lot of time) I can't see any mongoloid trait in her - maybe, if we had a better pictures or more than a side of picture we could decide?

Gurka atla
08-09-13, 21:13
read what I wrote: WHAT IS URALIC PEOPLE for these russian scientists??? here is the problem!
geographic dwelling ones or so called uralic (more correctly 'finno-ugrian') languages speakers: I repaet: here is the problem and misundertsanding will perdure a lot of time!!!

( Russian translation to English )

Ural race (western siberia )

Ural race - a race , which occupies an intermediate position between the Caucasoid and Mongoloid races. Characterized by straight dark hair, average development of tertiary hair , moderate pigmentation of the skin, predominantly brown eyes, sometimes flattened face , strongly developed fold of the upper eyelid , narrow , moderately prominent nose with a concave back . Distributed in the Urals (Bashkiria ) and West Siberia ( Khanty, Mansi, northern Altai and Khakassia , some groups [1].

West Siberian Ural race


Recently, for the trans-Ural race options instead of the concept of " Ural race," suggested the concept of " West Siberian race" [ 12]. In this case, the Western Ural race options are Caucasoid race , but as part of the West Siberian race remains a population with slightly more Mongoloid appearance, common among the Khanty , Mansi , Narym Selkup Tomsk Tatars and Chulyms [ 13]. West Siberian race consists of two physical types - Urals and the Ob - Irtysh [ 14].

Urals type are Uralic with the Mongoloid/Caucasoid look

Ob Irtysh are Uralic people were Caucasoid appearance with slight Mongoloid influence, this is the most dominant type.

Gurka atla
08-09-13, 21:15
what is 'mongoloid' typical traits for you???
her nose is not mongoloid, her apparent cheekbones can be found in some europoid subtype (she is smiling: modifying effect), her eyes are half closed by smiling: at first sight (and I'm interested by phenotypes since a lot of time) I can't see any mongoloid trait in her - maybe, if we had a better pictures or more than a side of picture we could decide?

Her eyes is very small and slanty, not typical of Europeans. Her nose and cheekbones are Europoid subtype but those traits can be found in nearly 50% of Europoid/Mongoloid hybrid aswell.

Alan
09-09-13, 12:01
The first europoids actually had much larger eyes than modern day human, their noses was also much more prominent and physically larger.

If that face isn't influenced by Mongoloid than I don't know what is. Even this 1/4 Korean girl looks far more whiter than her.

http://i1265.photobucket.com/albums/jj503/badkarmama/2012-07-02_10-44-26_303.jpg

much larger eyes than this girl in the picture and you will become an alien. It's not the size but their is indeed something small Asian about the shape of her eyes. Maybe this might change when she is older He nose and Check bones are also Caucasian. Also Caucasian does not mean huge noses, compared to on average broader and flatter East Asian or Sub Saharan African noses (this is not meant to be a assessment of their looks) almost all Caucasian noses appear prominent.

Take into account that she is children, and children have generally less prominent features.

Templar
09-09-13, 18:50
Using pictures of children is really misleading and sly. Children have infantile facial features similar to Mongoloid ones (like wide-set eyes, low nose bridge, etc). Always use adult pictures when comparing different ethnic/racial groups, it will lead to less confusion.

Petter
10-09-13, 21:46
I woudn't say that's the current theory if I was you. The Uralic people were associated with the comb culture and the people their were mongoloid and the exact people who inhabit the culture colored in purple are Mongoloid Uralic tribes like Nenets, Khanty and Nenets

The comb-ceramic culture is today considered to have arrived in Europe before Uralic languages. We dont know what language or genes the bearers of the culture had, but it would be a huge coincidence if it was just one language and one gene profile. Archeological cultures cannot be seen as proof of any race or language.

And by the way, the people in purple on the map most certainly are not all mongoloid, it covers Finland, the Baltic states and Northern Russia as well.


No you shouldn't expect so much Siberian admixture in Estonians and Latvians because DNA shows they are a mixture of Finns and Slavic people, in fact their mtDNA are exactly the sames as Russians, Ukranians with heavy frequencies of R1a at 32% and haplogroup I 15%

You dont consider it odd that the presumed Siberian admixture has disappeared from so many Uralic speakers?


As even wikipedia don't agree
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urheimat#Uralic_homeland

Sure it does. That article is poorly sourced, but it still gets it right. The Urheimat is in the Volga-Ural region, where for example Mordvin and Mari people live today. Those people only have minor Siberian admixture.

Speaking of Wikipedia, the Swedish article has featured article status, and goes through the commonly accepted theories on Uralic origins. The Samoyedic people are seen as the first to leave the Urheimat, going East. Commonly Ugric (Khanty and Mansi) are then considered to have left East, but some claim that it was Finnic-Permic who left the Urheimat first. I see no reason not to trust academics here. http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uraliska_spr%C3%A5k


On the hand Finns are mixture of Saami tribes and people related with haplogroup I which is dominant in northern Europe. While the Saami ancestors were the Uralic from western Siberia who have 16.5 to 35% Mongoloid DNA, and the ancestors of these people are Nenets and they live where the Comb ceramic culture is located today.

Not entirely true. Linguistic evidence shows that Finns and Saami were one people living in proximity to the Baltic-speaking peoples. Saami were thus not a Samoyedic people, and if you want to claim that, I think you are pretty alone with your theory. As they migrated north by a more Eastern route than the Finns, they picked up genes from a Siberian people now gone. They then donated these genes in turn to the Finns.

Petter
10-09-13, 21:53
I can't find your quote of a Hungarian from anywhere while my source comes from Russian anthrolologist. The Uralic expansion to Europe may have been mostly Proto-European with some Mongoloid admixture but the original Uralic were Mongoloid

Oldest Proto-Uralic by Russian anthropologist from 6000 BC

As I said before, the Proto-Uralic language can only be reconstructed to the time of the Urheimat, 4000 BC, so any theories on where the Proto-Uralics came before that are just speculation. Could be West, could be East, there is no proof.

Lexically Uralic languages are closer to PIE than any other family.

Talk of a "Uralic race" seems like pseudo-science or at least very dated science to me. Uralic peoples are not particularly related to each other. What exactly is the source?

Gurka atla
11-09-13, 05:14
Using pictures of children is really misleading and sly. Children have infantile facial features similar to Mongoloid ones (like wide-set eyes, low nose bridge, etc). Always use adult pictures when comparing different ethnic/racial groups, it will lead to less confusion.

That 1/4 Korean child I posted shows nothing of Mongoloid features.

Large eyes and long nose can be found in Mongoloid people but that doesn't in any way make them Caucasoid.

Gurka atla
11-09-13, 05:22
The comb-ceramic culture is today considered to have arrived in Europe before Uralic languages. We dont know what language or genes the bearers of the culture had, but it would be a huge coincidence if it was just one language and one gene profile. Archeological cultures cannot be seen as proof of any race or language.

Regardless the oldest burial shows Mongoloid/Siberian features. I see no reason why Russians need to lie about that?


And by the way, the people in purple on the map most certainly are not all mongoloid, it covers Finland, the Baltic states and Northern Russia as well.

Yes it does cover Finland but the Mongoloid people were not in finland is the culture that was spread to Finland.




You dont consider it odd that the presumed Siberian admixture has disappeared from so many Uralic speakers?

No I don't, besides Siberian admixture still reaches 1.5% in Estonia. It doesn't take long for Mongoloid to disapear in In washes away to less than 1% in 7 generation, only about in 300 years and we are talking about thousand of years. Estonians have genetic relation between Russians and Finns.

1 generation 50%
2 generation 25%
3 generation 12.5%
4 generation 6.25%
5 generation 3.12%
6 generation 1.66%
7 generation 0.75%




Sure it does. That article is poorly sourced, but it still gets it right. The Urheimat is in the Volga-Ural region, where for example Mordvin and Mari people live today. Those people only have minor Siberian admixture.

That's because their DNA are also mostly slavic than Uralic. They have 8.3% Mongoloid Siberian admixture.



Speaking of Wikipedia, the Swedish article has featured article status, and goes through the commonly accepted theories on Uralic origins. The Samoyedic people are seen as the first to leave the Urheimat, going East. Commonly Ugric (Khanty and Mansi) are then considered to have left East, but some claim that it was Finnic-Permic who left the Urheimat first. I see no reason not to trust academics here. http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uraliska_spr%C3%A5k

Well it's your choice if you want to believe it or not.




Not entirely true. Linguistic evidence shows that Finns and Saami were one people living in proximity to the Baltic-speaking peoples. Saami were thus not a Samoyedic people, and if you want to claim that, I think you are pretty alone with your theory. As they migrated north by a more Eastern route than the Finns, they picked up genes from a Siberian people now gone. They then donated these genes in turn to the Finns.

Except that Saami have much more Mongoloid admixture the Finns and are genetically similar to North Europeans rather than western Uralic people.

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They have 75% haplogroup N but have 63% Caucasian maternal DNA. If haplogroup N was Caucasian one should expect Nenet to look predominately Caucasoid.

But Nenets are extremely mongoloid looking people.


http://www.hi.is/~oi/Siberia%20photos/Nenets%20on%20Yamal.jpg

Gurka atla
11-09-13, 05:25
As I said before, the Proto-Uralic language can only be reconstructed to the time of the Urheimat, 4000 BC, so any theories on where the Proto-Uralics came before that are just speculation. Could be West, could be East, there is no proof.

Lexically Uralic languages are closer to PIE than any other family.

Talk of a "Uralic race" seems like pseudo-science or at least very dated science to me. Uralic peoples are not particularly related to each other. What exactly is the source?

The Saami even have some indigenous words that are not related with the Uralic languages which may be prove that the ancestors of Saami were not entirely Uralic


I've got it from Russian wikipedia but it's cited in several accademic Russian studies.

Templar
11-09-13, 11:14
That 1/4 Korean child I posted shows nothing of Mongoloid features.

You implied here that she did:


"If that face isn't influenced by Mongoloid than I don't know what is. Even this 1/4 Korean girl looks far more whiter than her."


Large eyes and long nose can be found in Mongoloid people but that doesn't in any way make them Caucasoid.

Long noses and large eyes aren't what distinguish Caucasoid from Mongoloids, it is a high nose bridge and eyes that don't have epicanthic folds which distinguish them.

Other features that distinguish them: Caucasoid usually have far more body hair, the eyes are more deep set, the eyes are closer together, the brow-ridge is more prominent, the chin more protruding, and body fat in the cheeks is lower (unless the person is overweight).

Gurka atla
12-09-13, 02:43
You implied here that she did:


"If that face isn't influenced by Mongoloid than I don't know what is. Even this 1/4 Korean girl looks far more whiter than her."

Well not really, I said she look whiter than her, the fact is that Uralic girl also look predominately white herself with some mongoloid influence and this 1/4 Korean looks completely white with slight mongoloid.




Long noses and large eyes aren't what distinguish Caucasoid from Mongoloids, it is a high nose bridge and eyes that don't have epicanthic folds which distinguish them.

Other features that distinguish them: Caucasoid usually have far more body hair, the eyes are more deep set, the eyes are closer together, the brow-ridge is more prominent, the chin more protruding, and body fat in the cheeks is lower (unless the person is overweight). [/quote]

I have found that in paleo-Mongoloid people although they still look distinguishable Asians.

Petter
13-09-13, 06:52
Regardless the oldest burial shows Mongoloid/Siberian features. I see no reason why Russians need to lie about that?

And it would be a huge coincidence if it could somehow be proven that those buried spoke Uralic languages (which it cant, of course). Again, archaeological cultures say nothing about languages spoken, certainly not cultures as wide and old as the comb-ceramic.

The source isn't lying, but you are jumping to conclusions.

There has clearly been many mongoloid migrations into caucasoid-inhabited territory (and vice versa) throughout history, as evident by the article "Ancient DNA Reveals Prehistoric Gene-Flow from Siberia in the Complex Human Population History of North East Europe" by Sarkissian et al. This I think is one of the most interesting parts of European history. But connecting any of these migrations to Uralic speakers requires an enormous leap of faith.


No I don't, besides Siberian admixture still reaches 1.5% in Estonia. It doesn't take long for Mongoloid to disapear in In washes away to less than 1% in 7 generation, only about in 300 years and we are talking about thousand of years. Estonians have genetic relation between Russians and Finns.

1 generation 50%
2 generation 25%
3 generation 12.5%
4 generation 6.25%
5 generation 3.12%
6 generation 1.66%
7 generation 0.75%

Yes, it is mathematically possible - but is it really plausible? I tend to believe what is most likely, and that is that the original Uralic speakers in their Urheimat (where there is great Uralic language diversity today) were similar to the peoples living there now, such as Mordvins. Similarities between proto-Uralic and Proto-Indo-European are also much greater than between Uralic and any other family. This means there was early contact, and proto-Indo-Europeans were undoubtedly Caucasoid.


Where Uralics came from before they reached their Urheimat is pure speculation, something which your unnamed Russian source apparently does. Nothing wrong with speculation, but dont call it fact.


That's because their DNA are also mostly slavic than Uralic. They have 8.3% Mongoloid Siberian admixture.

There is no "Slavic" or "Uralic" DNA in the sense you are suggesting.


They have 75% haplogroup N but have 63% Caucasian maternal DNA. If haplogroup N was Caucasian one should expect Nenet to look predominately Caucasoid.


[SIZE=3][B]But Nenets are extremely mongoloid looking people.


N is simply one gene, it has nothing to do with language or race. Latvians are very N-rich but have virtually no Siberian admixture. N in Eastern Europe is too old to give any information on recent migrations of Asian peoples.

Petter
13-09-13, 06:57
Well it's your choice if you want to believe it or not.

Why wouldn't one believe scientific consensus on something as non-controversial as Uralic Linguistics?


The Saami even have some indigenous words that are not related with the Uralic languages which may be prove that the ancestors of Saami were not entirely Uralic

The original language spoken in Lapland is usually considered to be the substrate for non-Uralic, non-Indo-European words in Saami. The region was inhabited before the Saami-speakers arrived, and modern Saamis mostly have those genes. In the Fennoscandia project you can read about how the La Braña samples are close to Finns/Saami.
http://fennoscandia.blogspot.fi/

Gurka atla
14-09-13, 08:18
And it would be a huge coincidence if it could somehow be proven that those buried spoke Uralic languages (which it cant, of course). Again, archaeological cultures say nothing about languages spoken, certainly not cultures as wide and old as the comb-ceramic.

The source isn't lying, but you are jumping to conclusions.

There has clearly been many mongoloid migrations into caucasoid-inhabited territory (and vice versa) throughout history, as evident by the article "Ancient DNA Reveals Prehistoric Gene-Flow from Siberia in the Complex Human Population History of North East Europe" by Sarkissian et al. This I think is one of the most interesting parts of European history. But connecting any of these migrations to Uralic speakers requires an enormous leap of faith.



Yes, it is mathematically possible - but is it really plausible? I tend to believe what is most likely, and that is that the original Uralic speakers in their Urheimat (where there is great Uralic language diversity today) were similar to the peoples living there now, such as Mordvins. Similarities between proto-Uralic and Proto-Indo-European are also much greater than between Uralic and any other family. This means there was early contact, and proto-Indo-Europeans were undoubtedly Caucasoid.


Where Uralics came from before they reached their Urheimat is pure speculation, something which your unnamed Russian source apparently does. Nothing wrong with speculation, but dont call it fact.



There is no "Slavic" or "Uralic" DNA in the sense you are suggesting.




N is simply one gene, it has nothing to do with language or race. Latvians are very N-rich but have virtually no Siberian admixture. N in Eastern Europe is too old to give any information on recent migrations of Asian peoples.

Latvians have only 35% N with only 0.7 to 1.5% Siberian admixture. They also have 40% R1a.

Latvians are mixture of Slavic and already low mongoloid admixture finnic tribes so I don't expect them to have high Mongoloid admixture.

I just knew N was a Mongoloid marker.


Now here is the question can you explain why Nenets have 75% Mongoloid Y-DNA but with 63% Caucasian maternal DNA and still look full blooded Mongoloid to predominately Mongoloid??? one should expect nenets to look like Caucasoids


http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turkic/60_Genetics/NenetsY_DNA.gif
http://www.mediastorehouse.com/image/nenets_men_in_a_budarka_1607559.jpg


Nganasa extremely Mongoloid as hell with only 7% Caucasian maternal DNA but have 95% N, one should expect they look mix or slightly closer to Caucasoid.
http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turkic/60_Genetics/NganasansY_DNA.gif
http://lhmg.ru/photos/1ips07-Nganasan.jpg



Now let's look at the autosomal DNA study.... this destroys your argument that N was not mongoloid.


15 testes samples




10 samples are = 100% pure Mongoloid /Siberian


1 Sample = 100% Mongoloid with different Siberian admixture


2 sample = a mixture of different Mongoloid Siberian groups with small Caucasoid admixture


2 Sample = a mixture of different Mongoloid siberian groups with 36% Caucasoid admixture.



Nganassan are pure Siberian Mongoloid, there is another study that gives them 5% R1a and 14% Caucasoid maternal DNA but that's it




http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_UOHFTxL-bOA/TNuv_CPi9dI/AAAAAAAAALg/lG2CsRO8cso/s400/Nganassan.jpg

Petter
14-09-13, 21:25
I have made no claim about N being this or that. It is just one gene, it says nothing about race. In the case of Latvians and Finns, we have N-rich causaoid peoples. In the case of Nganassan, N-rich mongoloid.

N is older and more widespread than the comb-ceramic culture. The comb-ceramic in turn is older and more widespread than the Uralic languages.

I point to my previous post on what is most plausible regarding the Urheimat-Uralics.

Gurka atla
15-09-13, 04:23
I have made no claim about N being this or that. It is just one gene, it says nothing about race. In the case of Latvians and Finns, we have N-rich causaoid peoples. In the case of Nganassan, N-rich mongoloid.

N is older and more widespread than the comb-ceramic culture. The comb-ceramic in turn is older and more widespread than the Uralic languages.

I point to my previous post on what is most plausible regarding the Urheimat-Uralics.

Latvians and Finns have a separate branch of N haplogroup but the original was Mongoloid.

Petter
17-09-13, 07:09
So what was your long argument for? Do you want to speculate that because of N, pre-proto-Uralics were Mongoloid? Personally, I think that is OK speculation, as long as you call it speculation. I dont think its any more likely than that they were Causaoid before reaching the Urheimat. In the Urheimat however, they were most likely Caucasoid, similar to present day Mordvins. Perhaps this debate is finished.

angelkiss888
08-10-13, 07:02
Many Uyghurs and Central Asians also look Caucasoid because of their mixture with the Tocharians, who were an Indo-European people from Anatolia (modern day Turkey) and were very much related to the Hittite (Luwian) people and their language was also Indo-European. The Tocharians migrated to Central Asia. They have found Tocharian mummies in the Xingxiang region of China, and in Central Asia, and the mummies have red hair/ blonde hair, etc. so the fact that Uyghurs and some central Asians have Caucasian is not because "original" Turks had Caucasian but as a result of mixing with the Tocharians, and some Iranic groups. Modern day Tatars, Kazakhs, Uzbek's, etc. have have Caucasoid features as a result of mixing with the Russians in the last century or so. But "original" Turkic peoples, the untouched and homogenous ones were 100% mongoloid.

Gurka atla
09-10-13, 19:47
Many Uyghurs and Central Asians also look Caucasoid because of their mixture with the Tocharians, who were an Indo-European people from Anatolia (modern day Turkey) and were very much related to the Hittite (Luwian) people and their language was also Indo-European. The Tocharians migrated to Central Asia. They have found Tocharian mummies in the Xingxiang region of China, and in Central Asia, and the mummies have red hair/ blonde hair, etc. so the fact that Uyghurs and some central Asians have Caucasian is not because "original" Turks had Caucasian but as a result of mixing with the Tocharians, and some Iranic groups. Modern day Tatars, Kazakhs, Uzbek's, etc. have have Caucasoid features as a result of mixing with the Russians in the last century or so. But "original" Turkic peoples, the untouched and homogenous ones were 100% mongoloid.


This is such a stupid bullshit claim. Original Central Asians were Caucasoid that means it has nothing to do with mixing with Russians. Mongols invaded and raped the Central Asians Iranic women and Turkic women that is why Mongoloid DNA had increased from 50% extra. compared to the past Caucasoid numbered 90% and Mongoloid mixed only 10% .Central Asian Caucasoid DNA have nothing to do with Russians Caucasoid, their DNA is West Asians. You can find Turkish people and Pakistani with red hair but they have nothing to do with Europeans. Red hair can be found in people who are genetically 90% West Asian like the Kashimiris and Kulash.


Green = West Asian admixture
Dark blue = European admixture
Light blue = Caucasus admixture
Light Yellow = Siberian admixture
Dark yellow = East Asian admixture


The graph as shown here clearly shows Uzbeks, Uyghurs are half Mongoloid ( or 40-60% on average ) but their Caucasoid DNA is totally different.
Central Asians have 10-25% European DNA not because of Russians is because Central Asia was between Europe, Middle east, Siberia but still closer to Middle east. Russians also have west Asian and Mongoloid DNA.


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Alexandros
24-10-13, 19:13
Try the DIY Dodecad bat calculator (http://dodecad.blogspot.com/2011/09/bat-calculator-balkans-anatolia-turkic.html) with your raw data. It is best suited for Greeks, Turks, Armenians, Cypriots, etc. I think it will help.

Icebreaker
29-12-13, 05:42
Mongoloid admixture but yet greeks, Armenians or Kurds samples are 0%?

Kurds are 2% mongoloid. Based on studies they have even more Siberian Q than Turks. Those are probably Kurdified Turkmens. Also Greeks with anatolian ancestry do have some east asian input. It was probably way more before they left Anatolia.

Petter
05-01-14, 15:23
But "original" Turkic peoples, the untouched and homogenous ones were 100% mongoloid.

That's the most plausible, but I dont think its possible to ever know for certain. The Turkic family branched into todays languages quite recently and some groups, such as Uyghurs, are partly caucasoid.

Peace365
05-01-14, 16:08
i am so so dissapointed to see here only oppinions and sided unscientific claims which are made and produced with western and turkophobic point of view. its just one of them,which has no any relation with facts of sciense of human history in general.

"But "original" Turkic peoples, the untouched and homogenous ones were 100% mongoloid."

To use "original" term to point a nationality or ethic group is means there is "fake" ones.so its sounds much more racistical. By the way people who sends comments here are missing that point Turkic ethnicity and culture is very very ancient prevalent from mongolian. so to try to describe and define Turkic population with mongoloid or mongolian terminology is very wrong and anachronistic.





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Peace365
05-01-14, 16:30
Are you serious? do you have any scientific sources about this? or its just a claim which is fictionised bu you.because all of that thing which you draw are have not any basis with historical or antropological facts or studies. also that mummies are with shamanic tengrist clothes and buried with such traditions which were common in Turkic culture and tradition,not in hittite or european .and the facts indicating that the main area of red or blonde hair genom is Tibet,caucasus and central asia.

And please stop this allusions like there is no any Turks,they just a mixture of some other iranic of russian groups.By this point of view there isn't any ethnical groups in the whole planet,everyone is a mixture.

Peace365
05-01-14, 18:51
http://burningaquarium.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/bjork4.jpg

http://www.theplace2.ru/archive/bjork/img/Bjork_02.jpg

http://fc01.deviantart.net/fs30/f/2008/059/7/6/Selen_Seyven_I_by_geceirmaklar.jpg

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http://i.milliyet.com.tr/YeniAnaResim/2013/04/04/fft99_mf3165840.Jpeg

http://cdncms.zaman.com.tr/2012/06/11/bengu.jpg

Peace365
05-01-14, 18:56
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Peace365
05-01-14, 19:07
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http://www.dipnot.tv/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Ahmet-Davutoglu-5.jpg

Peace365
05-01-14, 19:11
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http://images.chinahighlights.com/travelguide1/brief-intro/chinaethnicgroups/uygur-minority.jpg

http://galeri.uludagsozluk.com/19/marat-safin_32800.jpg

LeBrok
05-01-14, 19:12
Are you serious? do you have any scientific sources about this? or its just a claim which is fictionised bu you.because all of that thing which you draw are have not any basis with historical or antropological facts or studies. also that mummies are with shamanic tengrist clothes and buried with such traditions which were common in Turkic culture and tradition,not in hittite or european .and the facts indicating that the main area of red or blonde hair genom is Tibet,caucasus and central asia.

And please stop this allusions like there is no any Turks,they just a mixture of some other iranic of russian groups.By this point of view there isn't any ethnical groups in the whole planet,everyone is a mixture.
Peace, please use "Reply with Quote" button when replying to someone's post, otherwise we don't know who you are talking too.
Welcome to Eupedia.

Anatolian chevalier
10-02-14, 16:18
İ am from central anatolia i never seen people with slanted eyed or turanid face. their ancestor is raped. Asiatic people in turkey is nogais and tatars they sre immigrant we are original anatolian descend

Anatolian chevalier
10-02-14, 16:20
Greetings from Anatolia their relatives found in Anatolia too :) they have same clothes name etc :)))

Dorianfinder
12-02-14, 14:11
Long noses and large eyes aren't what distinguish Caucasoid from Mongoloids, it is a high nose bridge and eyes that don't have epicanthic folds which distinguish them.

Other features that distinguish them: Caucasoid usually have far more body hair, the eyes are more deep set, the eyes are closer together, the brow-ridge is more prominent, the chin more protruding, and body fat in the cheeks is lower (unless the person is overweight).

Interesting comment, epicanthic eye-folds are not exclusive to Asia and mongoloid is a term that is used to describe non-Asians too.

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Alan
12-02-14, 14:46
Interesting comment, epicanthic eye-folds are not exclusive to Asia and mongoloid is a term that is used to describe non-Asians too.

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Khosains as closest to Proto Humans, would have allot of the characteristic things. lighter skin than average Sub Saharan African, eye-folds, lower fat on cheeks and more prominent chin and brow ridge.

KA-EL
02-03-14, 23:32
Which haplogroup are Mongoloid ? The Q and the N ?

Gurka atla
27-03-14, 18:13
Even in a country like Turkey ( between west Asia/Europe) have some individuals with strong Mongoloid traits. The percentage of most provinces usually only ranges 1% - 10% or 5% - 17% Mongoloid admixture however a few province from the southeast apparently have much higher Mongoloid admixture than the Turks can be as low as 1.5% to as high as 24.5% Mongoloid


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Gurka atla
27-03-14, 18:15
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