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  1. I forgot to mention that in the concept of spiral...

    I forgot to mention that in the concept of spiral dynamics each level of existence transcends and includes the previous ones. When, depending on living conditions, a new level of existence is being...
  2. Almost the same as L54. It split a few centuries...

    Almost the same as L54. It split a few centuries later, circa 15,000 years ago.
  3. Spiral dynamics within a person's life It is...

    Spiral dynamics within a person's life

    It is important to understand that, even though societies have evolved historically as I explained above, individuals evolve at their own independent pace....
  4. Spiral dynamics - the evolution of human cultures

    I have recently come across the concept of spiral dynamics, a model of eight levels of increasingly complex human value systems (or vMemes) consisting of sets of world views, preferences, and...
  5. Exactly. In fact all these ancient populations...

    Exactly. In fact all these ancient populations have small sample size (anything under 100 is tiny, and under 1000 is still small when it comes to determining the evolution of phenotypes in a...
  6. You are making me doubt. I thought that the table...

    You are making me doubt. I thought that the table showed the allele frequency, since no population has 100% of blue eyes or blond hair and the table would suggest that Iron Age Ingrians did. That's...
  7. Q1a is North Asian rather than East Asian. I...

    Q1a is North Asian rather than East Asian. I think that the fact that the first Amerindians (Clovis culture) were all Q1a-L54 is proof enough of a Siberian origin over 14,000 years ago. According to...
  8. Also interesting is this table of phenotypes...

    Also interesting is this table of phenotypes across the ages in Northeast Europe. I have laid over colours to visualise the evolution more easily. Fatyanovo R1a-Z93 tribes had an overall pigmentation...
  9. If I say it, it is because it makes sense and...

    If I say it, it is because it makes sense and there is evidence for it. Please refer to my history of haplogroup Q. Anyway it's not news that hg Q1a was found among ancient Northeast Europeans.
  10. Autosomally, the Fatyanovo individuals are very...

    Autosomally, the Fatyanovo individuals are very similar to the other Corded Ware people as well as (presumably northern) Bell Beaker samples.

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  11. All the samples are from Northwest Russia,...

    All the samples are from Northwest Russia, between Moscow and Vologda, except the two Mesolithic samples which are north of Vologda.

    The only male Mesolithic sample is R1a5-YP1301 (under YP1272)....
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    The ancient Umbrian samples stand out by their...

    The ancient Umbrian samples stand out by their low percentage of haplogroup H (27%). The average in Italy today is 40% (39% in Umbria according to the paper). No modern population anywhere has 30% of...
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    Another great comic book series is Murena, about...

    Another great comic book series is Murena, about the life of Emperor Nero. Like the Eagles of Rome it is definitely rated 18+ on all levels, but that's often the case for realistic works on ancient...
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    The H40 sample from Bell Beaker Poland is from...

    The H40 sample from Bell Beaker Poland is from Juras et al 2020.

    There is no reliable way to measure the number of generations separating two individuals using mtDNA. Some mtDNA clades have...
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    Thanks! I have added them to the list of famous...

    Thanks! I have added them to the list of famous R1a. I checked Jesse James's haplotype in Nevgen and it is R1a-Y2395>Z284>L448>CTS4179>YP386.
  16. Thanks for the update. Too bad that rs11385942 is...

    Thanks for the update. Too bad that rs11385942 is not tested by any of the main personal genomics companies like 23andMe, FTDNA, Ancetsry or Living DNA.
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    Durrington Walls is itself one of the largest...

    Durrington Walls is itself one of the largest henge monuments. What's impressive is that each shaft in the giant ring surrounding it is more than 5 metres deep and 10 metres in diameter.

    Here is a...
  18. Y-DNA is not all. The mtDNA and autosomal DNA of...

    Y-DNA is not all. The mtDNA and autosomal DNA of Megalithic people is clearly predominantly from Near Eastern farmers, even in Britain and Ireland.
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    Patrice de MacMahon...

    Patrice de MacMahon (1808-1893), 6th Marquess of MacMahon, 1st Duke of Magenta, was a French politician and Marshal of France, who served as Chief of State of France from 1873 to 1875 and as the 3rd...
  20. I guess that the only way to know for sure if it...

    I guess that the only way to know for sure if it was Mesolithic Europeans or Near Eastern newcomers who built these early megaliths is to test the DNA of local skeletons from that period - if any is...
  21. Yes, intriguing, isn't it? Why would megalithic...

    Yes, intriguing, isn't it? Why would megalithic culture start on a tiny isolate island like Pantelleria, then nothing else happen for 1000 years at best? I am not sure how they manage to carbon date...
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    Yes, probably. But anyway it is in southern...

    Yes, probably. But anyway it is in southern Egypt, outside the map.
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    New map of the Megalithic cultures

    Here is a map of the Megalithic cultures in Europe and North Africa, with the main sites highlighted. There are lots of maps on the web, but none that I found satisfactory as they didn't carefully...
  24. That study contradicts the information from...

    That study contradicts the information from Wikipedia.

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    c. 9500 BC: Construction in Asia Minor (Göbekli Tepe); from proto-Hattian or else a yet-to-be-discovered culture (the...
  25. Once again I missed that Marcus et al. (2020)...

    Once again I missed that Marcus et al. (2020) paper. I knew about the Mesolithic R1b-V88 in the Iron Gates and Ukraine, but assumed that R1b-V88 had a wide distribution around the Black Sea back in...
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