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  1. I6222 (the Afanasievo sample in question) is...

    I6222 (the Afanasievo sample in question) is positive for three SNPs in the R1b-P310 block, as well as several other SNPs, both upstream and downstream, making the call phylogenetically consistent....
  2. You think it’s possible E-V12 and E-V22 tagged...

    You think it’s possible E-V12 and E-V22 tagged along with E-L618 via Anatolian Ceramic Farmers (ACF) into Europe? I think for sure we will find E-M123/E-M34 in some EEFs, perhaps more towards the...
  3. I know. I was saying that with everything that’s...

    I know. I was saying that with everything that’s been discovered since 2014-2015, it is impossible at this point, to deny the steppe origins of R1b-L51. Now whether it originated on the western half...
  4. What’s there for him to have a field day with at...

    What’s there for him to have a field day with at this point? He’ll eventually have to accept the fact that Basques have steppe autosomal DNA, despite not speaking an Indo-European language. R1b-L51...
  5. Thanks. Do we know the furthest confirmed...

    Thanks. Do we know the furthest confirmed subclade or SNP for that sample? Was he at least confirmed for E-P2, E-M96, or DE? I’m trying to compile a list of Neolithic European E samples. So far we...
  6. Have we ever found out what subclade that...

    Have we ever found out what subclade that supposed Neolithic French, E1b1a sample belonged to?
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    Very interesting thanks, I find it interesting...

    Very interesting thanks, I find it interesting that the only places in Africa where A is widespread is in eastern Africa, and to a lesser extent southwest Africa. There is a slight link with R1b-V88....
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    So there is legit Levant_N admixture in all EEFs...

    So there is legit Levant_N admixture in all EEFs then. Off topic. What is your view of the A1 and E1a samples found in Europe, in Sweden, Finland, Sardinia, Sicily, England, Scotland, Ireland,...
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    Hello Maciamo, I am curious as to where I can...

    Hello Maciamo, I am curious as to where I can find the most accurate percentages for the Y-DNAs of Sicily and Malta. I saw a forum on Anthrogenica, where someone posted data from family tree DNA,...
  10. The Etruscans would not have existed either. They...

    The Etruscans would not have existed either. They too had Steppe admixture as did the Ancient Greeks and Anatolians, though one could argue this would have effected the Italian peninsula more so than...
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    I have seen some argue that the G2a in Early...

    I have seen some argue that the G2a in Early European Farmers (EFF)/Anatolian Neolithic Farmers (ANF), is derived from populations related to CHG/Iran_Neo, rather than Anatolian Hunter Gatherers...
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    A little off topic my friend, but on one of these...

    A little off topic my friend, but on one of these forums here on Eupedia, Regio X did some admixture runs on G25 with East and West Sicilians, and found around .4% Shum Laka admixture. He included...
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    Do you believe Jefferson’s subclade arrived in...

    Do you believe Jefferson’s subclade arrived in Britain and Europe during the Neolithic, Chalcolithic, or Bronze Age? It could have arrived in the Neolithic or Chalcolithic from Anatolia, and from...
  14. Sorry had a accidental double post

    Sorry had a accidental double post
  15. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe Tianyuan...

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe Tianyuan has no Denisovan ancestry, and neither does Yana or Mal’ta making the origins of their paternal lineage in SEA quite unlikely.
  16. Does that mean the L2a1 sample became L3? Sorry...

    Does that mean the L2a1 sample became L3? Sorry but the link you gave isn’t working for me.
    Edit: thanks for the correction I looked into it, and the original L2a1 sample was updated to L3. I...
  17. Do know what reference it would have been? I am...

    Do know what reference it would have been? I am surprised Yoruba wouldn’t have some kind of Eurasian or Para-Eurasian/ANA component in the admixture graph
  18. Can you help me understand this right? I have...

    Can you help me understand this right? I have also been following the more than Afro-centric threads involving this topic on Anthrogenica, and there are a few things I was wondering if you could help...
  19. How exactly do you measure culture by numbers and...

    How exactly do you measure culture by numbers and facts? I guess if you were trying to statistically show the incongruousness of the cultural beliefs of the West versus the Middle East and Africa,...
  20. Not sure if you are understanding what I’m saying...

    Not sure if you are understanding what I’m saying here so okay. On the example of English culture, what is again “culturally English?” The people migrating to Britain from elsewhere in the last 60...
  21. I think you misunderstood what I was trying to...

    I think you misunderstood what I was trying to say about culture. I was actually stating something you and I seem to be in agreement with, that being culture and specifically English culture, is more...
  22. So the English don’t exist as a genetically...

    So the English don’t exist as a genetically distinct ethno-cultural group of people? If so, by that logic not one group of people on Earth exists as distinct and separate, even though the hard...
  23. Are you saying the paper implies there is an...

    Are you saying the paper implies there is an ANE/ANS and EHG related influence in these Neolithic Yellow River/Eastern Siberian Steppe populations, populations with this Northern Ancestry?
  24. Either way I find it interesting that Tyuman is...

    Either way I find it interesting that Tyuman is being used as an ancestral component for Khvalynsk and even SSC by Davidski and others on his blog and Anthrogenica. Yet they with a straight face,...
  25. Thank you all for your thoughts. The big issue...

    Thank you all for your thoughts. The big issue for me is the use of WSHG, to me the 20% East Asian component, along with its similarity to the much younger, East Asian admixed Botai samples, makes it...
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