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  1. R1b-M269 has been found in next door Israel...

    R1b-M269 has been found in next door Israel around the same time. What if R1b-M269 is a Hyksos ruler lineage and R1b-V88 is Egyptian, two distantly related R1b lineages fighting over Egypt, epic!
  2. It doesn't say. It refers to another study that...

    It doesn't say. It refers to another study that hasn't been published yet:

    'Maternal and paternal lineages in King Tutankhamun’s family.' (Gad et al., 2020)

    In Kamrin et al. (eds.) 'Guardian ...
  3. I sent you a message.

    I sent you a message.
  4. New paper: Ancient Egypt 18th Dynasty R1b, mtDNA K

    'Insights from ancient DNA analysis of Egyptian human mummies: clues to disease and kinship' (Gad et al. 2020)

    “An investigative study was carried out on the familial relationships of a number of...
  5. H4a1 has also been found in three Neolithic...

    H4a1 has also been found in three Neolithic samples from Ireland (oldest c.3900-3700 BC). Two are males, with y-dna I2a1a and I2a1b. Two were from Megalithic burials.

    Y-dna H2 (identified in a...
  6. They have WHG lineages, and other studies have...

    They have WHG lineages, and other studies have identified European ancestry in them...


    http://i.imgur.com/dKXL94u.png


    "we demonstrate that the age estimates of West Eurasian uniparental...
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    Razib Khan writes: "Some of these dates are...

    Razib Khan writes:

    "Some of these dates are hard to credit. For example, I obtain a midpoint estimate of Iranian admixture into Egypt around 1836 BC! ... The authors talk about Semitic languages,...
  8. Does anyone know what the relationship is between...

    Does anyone know what the relationship is between Nakht-Ankh's H2 subclade and ancient H2 samples from Europe?
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    "the maternal pool of Northern Africa appears to...

    "the maternal pool of Northern Africa appears to be characterized by at least two major components: (i) a Levantine contribution (i.e. haplogroups U6 and M1), associated with the return to Africa...
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    2010 BC to 1961 BC according to the paper: ...

    2010 BC to 1961 BC according to the paper:

    "(Djehutynakht's) tomb has been firmly dated to within a generation between the end of the 11th and the beginning of the 12th Dynasties (1961–2010 BC)....
  11. Oldest H4a1 (H4a1a), c.5300 BC: ...

    Oldest H4a1 (H4a1a), c.5300 BC:

    http://i.imgur.com/xkAXwQR.jpg


    Oldest U5b2b5, c.3500 BC:

    http://i.imgur.com/ofkhJ4s.jpg
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    No you haven't shown that. Djehutynakht...

    No you haven't shown that.



    Djehutynakht is from 2000 BC, that's before the Hyksos invasion.

    Also, Cushitics are a different population to Egyptians, different language, etc.
  13. Have you changed your mind about this: "Among...

    Have you changed your mind about this:

    "Among more common subclades, the origins of H4 remain controversial. It hasn't been found in any Mesolithic European or Neolithic Near Eastern samples to...
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    Distribution of mtDNA U5: ...

    Distribution of mtDNA U5:

    http://i.imgur.com/YIex6IE.png

    U5 peaks in northern Scandinavia/the Baltic region and in northern Spain/southern France among the Basques.


    “The age of U5 is...
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    U5b2b5 came from Europe not from the Levant. The...

    U5b2b5 came from Europe not from the Levant. The Lebanon sample is a modern sample, from within the last few years. It's not ancient DNA. (I checked YFull and it is U5b2b5 though...
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    No, that's referring to a modern sample from...

    No, that's referring to a modern sample from Lebanon, which had U5b2. The ancient Phoenician sample is from Carthage. And like I said the closest ancient samples are from Europe, which have U5b2b5....
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    No the closest matches are ancient samples from...

    No the closest matches are ancient samples from Spain (c.3500 BC), Switzerland (c.2900 BC), and Sardinia (c.2300 BC) which also have U5b2b5. The Phoenician mentioned in the paper was from Carthage;...
  18. Apparently, but it doesn't appear to be based on...

    Apparently, but it doesn't appear to be based on anything. They don't even consider the idea that it could have come direct from Europe even though their distribution maps point to that.
  19. More info on lactase persistence in Africa: ...

    More info on lactase persistence in Africa:


    Sahelian pastoralism from the perspective of variants associated with lactase persistence (Priehodová et al. 2020)


    Abstract

    Objectives:...
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    it must have already spread in the Neolithic,...

    it must have already spread in the Neolithic, even if it was only at a low frequency originally. I don't see any evidence that the European LP allele found in sub-Saharan Africa came from Bronze Age...
  21. Toubou DNA: Chad Genetic Diversity Reveals...

    Toubou DNA:


    Chad Genetic Diversity Reveals an African History Marked by Multiple Holocene Eurasian Migrations (Haber et al. 2016)

    “the Toubou have 20%–30% Eurasian ancestry (…) Previous...
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    that's not based on ancient DNA evidence, it's a...

    that's not based on ancient DNA evidence, it's a theory or speculation based on some modern samples and assumptions. The ancient DNA evidence doesn't support that view.
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    What's the evidence for this?

    What's the evidence for this?
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    Origin of R1b

    The oldest R1b samples are all from Europe, the oldest/only R* sample is from Siberia, and R1b is absent in samples from the Middle East before the Bronze Age. But the Eupedia R1b page claims that...
  25. Do you have any more info on that?

    Do you have any more info on that?
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