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    In regards to this, Chimpanzees are 10 times more...

    In regards to this, Chimpanzees are 10 times more numerous than Bonobos.
    Bonobos are barely relevant, but we all know Chimps.

    The Bonobo strategy of matriarchy didn't work, has been a very common...
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    If this is true, it may be the reason why the...

    If this is true, it may be the reason why the Roman society collapsed.
    You can't have such amount of people that only is in the Empire because they were kidnapped from somewhere else.

    You need...
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    Anthropocene climate of Europe

    Poland
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    Iceland
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    Italian Alps
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    Spain
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    Map of Neanderthal remains

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    This is a very cool and interesting map that I found. All the samples form and arc, but it has a hole in its North.

    And even though the world has been more glacial, we still have examples...
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    We know for a fact that Britanny was conquered by...

    We know for a fact that Britanny was conquered by Celts, also they were present in Iron Age France.
    But it's in the Isles where they made their familiar fiefdom.
    It's pretty much just them with...
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    Could we consider Assyrians, Semitified Aryans???...

    Could we consider Assyrians, Semitified Aryans??? Since they're R1b speaking a Semitic language.
    They also could have been reinforced by BA collapse(Troy) survivors into their Renaissance in the X...
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    How you can say the barbarians took down Rome,...

    How you can say the barbarians took down Rome, what about all the people that lived in Imperial Rome???
    The years of intellectual and physical indolence, as well as "progress" of the 2nd century and...
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    Societies don't have to focus on the same values...

    Societies don't have to focus on the same values all the time, you can be Yamnaya European and don't neccessarily follow that exact way of life.


    I once saw a graph that said Assyrians are R1b....
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    Thanks for the Etruscan mtDNA samples, I was...

    Thanks for the Etruscan mtDNA samples, I was trying to give an explanation to the findings of the other 11, didn't know of this paper.
    Are very different results, in mine says 1 is U5, 1 is T2 and 1...
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    R-L21 fixed in the Isles since EBA

    Since the Early Bronze Age, haplogroup R1b-L21 seems to have been dominant in the British Isles(at least in Britain).

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    20/21 Y-haplogroups are R1b.
    5/20 are some M269 subclades that are...
  11. That tip at the far North of Denmark seems to...

    That tip at the far North of Denmark seems to coincide with the Jutes' land.
    Angles and Saxons were farther south, if you weren't wrong in your map...

    Then yes, you descend from a Norse of the...
  12. The Celts you're talking about are those from the...

    The Celts you're talking about are those from the British Isles, the ones that carry the gene for red hair and superpale skin. Britain was called 'Albion'(from Albinus).

    Those are genetically a...
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    13455 Here you have the dates and time periods

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    Here you have the dates and time periods
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    Etruscan & Latin mtDNA

    I was checking the study of samples in the Rome area since the Mesolithic until the Middle Ages.
    Focusing concretely in the Iron Age/Roman Republic time period(the previous millenium of the turn to...
  15. For the last I can't help you, but here's this...

    For the last I can't help you, but here's this
    http://haplotree.info
    Inside there's also a link to Carlos Quiles site.
    In his interactive map you can see the admixture proportions.
  16. Jovialis, do we know what is that Iran in...

    Jovialis, do we know what is that Iran in Minoans, came during the Neolithic, Copper Age. Is Iranian or Iran there forms part of the Caucasus???

    Also, regarding Semites, how you reached to the...
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    Ust Ishim disproves Out of Africa

    Ust Ishim is said to be 70% genetically different from Africans, with 100% being our current European genetic differences.

    Ust Ishim is that Russian sample from 45,000 years ago. The problem is...
  18. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1F_wfiAi_ln...

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1F_wfiAi_lnD8rvI8Uyyckh_9LynuTllc/edit?usp=drivesdk&ouid=103083034748780790422&rtpof=true&sd=true
  19. The ancestors of Askenazi women in B. Beaker England and Spain

    In Bell Beaker Iberia K1a1b1 (the ancestor of the most common Askenazi mitochondrial haplogroup) are 4/37 of the samples.
    That's basically being part of the population.
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    While as we know,...
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    Who was talking about the South should have how...

    Who was talking about the South should have how much U106.
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    From Cristiano Viejo 🙄🙄🙄. Well maybe it's...

    From Cristiano Viejo 🙄🙄🙄.
    Well maybe it's because France comes from Frank.
    And always seemed like a very unitarian nation.
    Way before strong states existed in the rest of Europe, there was the...
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    High levels??? A country named after Germanic...

    High levels??? A country named after Germanic peoples should have way more U106.
    That's superrare.

    It's even more Hispanic than Frankish.
    Only 16% in the northern regions and in the center drops...
  23. Looks rural people have weapons. While urbanized...

    Looks rural people have weapons.
    While urbanized populations have way less.
    In the South kind of half, and very few in big blue states but Texas.

    By the way, do we know about illegal gun...
  24. That groove in the middle of France seems to be a...

    That groove in the middle of France seems to be a continuation of Roman lands.
    East to that there was more R1b, and inmediately afterthat there's more I1/R1a in Germany
  25. R1b decreased in historical/civilized times

    With the coming of the CWC and Bell Beakers, Europe has got their current 1 population that comes in 3.
    Basically because nobody from outside has come in since(you could argue that Yamnaya/EHG were...
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