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    There's a paper studying farmers in Korea coming...

    There's a paper studying farmers in Korea coming too.
  2. 11047 Courtesy of Anthrogenetica.

    11047

    Courtesy of Anthrogenetica.
  3. The paper chalked up the extra Steppe to the...

    The paper chalked up the extra Steppe to the Ottomans.
  4. Pontus Skoglund said his lab or connected are...

    Pontus Skoglund said his lab or connected are looking into initiating sampling of Mesopotamian ones.
  5. https://www.eupedia.com/forum/attachment.php?attac...

    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=10416&d=1537069725
    Here's the source.
  6. The Harvard Lab has interest.

    The Harvard Lab has interest.
  7. The Ibizan Phoenician clustered with Levantines...

    The Ibizan Phoenician clustered with Levantines in the other paper though.
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    No amount of sophistry changes that we have...

    No amount of sophistry changes that we have Classic to Hellenistic Greek samples with nowhere near the leanings towards Western to Eastern Europe modern Greeks do. That points to:

    A. The Greeks in...
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    Even if there was some sort of ethnically opposed...

    Even if there was some sort of ethnically opposed rulers, they would have had no solid caste and intermingled with others be they low or high.
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    None of the recent samples cluster outside of the...

    None of the recent samples cluster outside of the Mycenean's range. With plenty of J.
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    https://anthrogenica.com/showthread.php?16682-The-...

    https://anthrogenica.com/showthread.php?16682-The-genomic-history-of-the-Iberian-Peninsula-over-the-past-8000-years&p=555249#post555249

    Relevant:
    I have included these samples in the following...
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    The samples don't cluster with Minoans and...

    The samples don't cluster with Minoans and Neolithic samples.



    Already tackled:
    On Minoans and their Y-DNA:

    There are two "loose" Y-DNA/Autosomal-component correlations that were relevant...
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    There is no evidence the Greek samples that...

    There is no evidence the Greek samples that clustered with Myceneans were low caste or otherwise not nobility.

    As said on Anthrogenetica:
    The first and most important anomaly is the preservative...
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    Also, I'll point out the paper has the first Iron...

    Also, I'll point out the paper has the first Iron Age Greek sample that happens to be autosomal. It clusters right where Myceneans are.
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    https://reich.hms.harvard.edu/sites/reich.hms.harv...

    https://reich.hms.harvard.edu/sites/reich.hms.harvard.edu/files/inline-files/2019_Olalde_Science_IberiaTransect_0.pdf
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    Two Ancient Iberia DNA Papers with articles.

    Ancient DNA research shines spotlight on Iberia
    https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-03/hms-adr031119.php

    Survival of Late Pleistocene Hunter-Gatherer Ancestry in the Iberian Peninsula...
  17. Mistakes you're making: 1. Treating...

    Mistakes you're making:

    1. Treating Niger-Congo mixture as a proxy for indigenous African ancestry.

    2. Assuming none of the mixture that isn't obviously labeled as SSA wouldn't count as mixture.
  18. Ancient Mitochondrial Genomes Reveal the Absence of Maternal Kinship in the Burials o

    https://www.mdpi.com/2073-4425/10/3/207/htm

    Abstract
    : Çatalhöyük is one of the most widely recognized and extensively researched Neolithic settlements. The site has been used to discuss a...
  19. 1079410795 As you can see, there are indeed...

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    As you can see, there are indeed differences from modern populations in the same geographic ranges.
  20. An upcoming paper's talk with Dr. Reich noted...

    An upcoming paper's talk with Dr. Reich noted that Iberians do actually have a notable amount of North African/Moor/Maghreb admixture. However, the mixture would well predate the Moors.
  21. Levantine, Anatolian, and Zagros Farmers.

    Levantine, Anatolian, and Zagros Farmers.
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    The official definition of genocide calls it...

    The official definition of genocide calls it removing (be it by killing or deportation or driving out) a group with the intent to do so. By definition genocide would well predate modern day Earth...
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    You're avoiding how the male population was...

    You're avoiding how the male population was replaced at far larger levels than the female population.
  24. John Hawks was one of those who went on a witch...

    John Hawks was one of those who went on a witch hunt against David Reich and other ancient DNA researchers. To Hell with him.
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    Funny enough, Reich also pointed out that not...

    Funny enough, Reich also pointed out that not only does Iberia have a significant amount of admixture traceable to North Africa but it well predates the Moors' rule. No later than the Romans.
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