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View Full Version : Y-Adam(Perry) may be as old as 581,000 years????



jdanel
02-04-13, 19:08
New study published March 2013.

Is this a thunderbolt?

http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn23240-the-father-of-all-men-is-340000-years-old.html

http://haplogroup-a.com/Ancient-Root-AJHG2013.pdf

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Does it take h. s. idaltu out of the lineage?



Homo heidelbergensis/rhodesiensis 1.3 to .2 Africa, Europe and western Asia
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Y-Adam(Perry) .581 to .237 myr.
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M-Eve .2
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AMHS Omo fossils .2 to .1
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Homo sapiens idaltu .16 to .1
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Y-Adam(previous) .14 to .06
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Haplogroup F European Early Modern Humans (EEMH) .1 to .045 to now Aurignacian
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Haplogroup IJK 'Cro-Magnon' 45,000
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Haplogroup IJ 40,000
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Haplogroup I 30,000

Anthro-inclined
02-04-13, 19:33
Admin already posted this on the thread below, still thanks for posting the article and study, those are new, good job
www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/28435-Root-of-Y-DNA-phylogentic-tree-revised-to-338-000-years-(before-Homo-Sapiens)
(http://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/28435-Root-of-Y-DNA-phylogentic-tree-revised-to-338-000-years-(before-Homo-Sapiens))