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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.
  4. 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...
  6. 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...
  8. 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...
  9. 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...
  12. That study contradicts the information from...

    That study contradicts the information from Wikipedia.

    Mesolithic



    c. 9500 BC: Construction in Asia Minor (Göbekli Tepe); from proto-Hattian or else a yet-to-be-discovered culture (the...
  13. 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...
  14. Ok. Point taken. There are a few papers I hadn't...

    Ok. Point taken. There are a few papers I hadn't seen. However the Lactase Persistence allele (T-13910) is not a proof of Europeanness in itself as it could just as well have originated in the Middle...
  15. You will find a summary of European Neolithic...

    You will find a summary of European Neolithic Y-DNA and mtDNA here.
  16. Yes, they came with Neolithic farmers. The oldest...

    Yes, they came with Neolithic farmers. The oldest Megalithic sites in Europe are in Malta and Iberia, then they spread northwards. Somewhere in Iberia and/or France local I2a hunter-gatherers...
  17. Not yet, but R1b-V88 is present in the Levant and...

    Not yet, but R1b-V88 is present in the Levant and Egypt today and African herders that carry R1b-V88 today like the Hausa and the Fulani have no European autosomal DNA but do have Middle Eastern one.
  18. mtDNA up/downregulates autosomal genes related to cancer, methylation and immunity

    Role of STING complex in differential retrograde signaling in cybrids with K versus H haplogroup mtDNA

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    Mitochondrial (mt) DNA haplogroups, defined by specific single nucleotide...
  19. You may be interested in checking my mtDNA...

    You may be interested in checking my mtDNA haplogroup pages. I listed the ancient samples found so far under each clade as a reference for everyone. Here is the U5 page.



    My opinion is that...
  20. Actually this study postulates that Newgrange was...

    Actually this study postulates that Newgrange was ruled by an elite that tried to preserve its bloodline through incest, like Egyptian pharaohs.

    "A man buried in the chamber of Newgrange around...
  21. Incest in dynastic elite in Megalithic Newgrange

    Nature: Incest uncovered at the elite prehistoric Newgrange monument in Ireland

    "The huge, elaborate, 5,000-year-old tomb at Newgrange, Ireland, is thought to have been built for a powerful elite....
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    Yes, the map shows all the Beaker pottery sites...

    Yes, the map shows all the Beaker pottery sites regardless of the chronology. It would not have been possible to show the progressive diffusion in a single map, and anyway there is no reliable data...
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    John Stamos...

    John Stamos (b. 1963), an actor, producer, musician, comedian and singer, famous for his roles as Blackie Parrish on the ABC television series General Hospital, and Jesse Katsopolis in the sitcoms...
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    New map of the Bell Beaker phenomenon

    I finally got around to create a map about the Bell Beaker phenomenon. It was a complex task as there are already many maps out there, but few agree on the distribution of the Beaker and the main...
  25. GW1001 is from the Maykop region. Although the...

    GW1001 is from the Maykop region. Although the Maykop culture ended circa 3000 BCE, the overlapping Novotitorovka culture lasted until 2700 BCE. So it's not clear whether that sample is from the...
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