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Nice, several important results here:
- Another confirmation of G2a as the major Neolithic Y-DNA haplogroup
- A breakthrough in E1b! And E1b-V13, no less! There go "latecomer" theories about E1b-V13... E1b-M81 still needing representation, though...
- No I2a1a! Should we expect this? I say yes... Nordtvedt dates the bottleneck of I2a1a after these men lived, at which point it appears to have expanded out of the Pyrenees. So I2a1a would have probably still been a mountain-bound hunter-gatherer haplogroup at this point, unlike the situation with the Treilles samples.
- Confirmation of the effect of migrations magnifying the Y-DNA of the migrators but not the mtDNA.