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  1. Apparently the paper is "open access". ...

    Apparently the paper is "open access".

    Supplemental: https://www.cell.com/cell/fulltext/S0092-8674(20)30487-6#secsectitle0190

    As for the types of Jews, I confess I don't know. I didn't read it...
  2. The Genomic History of the Bronze Age Southern Levant (Agranat-Tamir et al. 2020)

    https://www.cell.com/cell/fulltext/S0092-8674(20)30487-6

    The Genomic History of the Bronze Age Southern Levant

    Highlights
    - Analysis of genome-wide data for nine sites from the Bronze Age...
  3. I'll try when I find a time. My guess is that...

    I'll try when I find a time. My guess is that those Bell Beakers with "I" ids are also R1b-M269 after all. We'll see.
  4. Neither here:...

    Neither here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0092867420305092
  5. There are three G-L497s in the sheet S11 (but not...

    There are three G-L497s in the sheet S11 (but not in the sheet S01).


    @Bicicleur
    Indeed. I hadn't checked the sheets you mentioned. In S01, for example, PIR3037AB shows up as R1b1a1a2, while in...
  6. Oh! I see now Maciamo mentioned the uncal....

    Oh! I see now Maciamo mentioned the uncal. Thanks. That changes things.

    So both time of formation and TMRCA fit the YFull interval. The I1 MRCA must have lived between ~400 and 1050 years...
  7. As a side note, I'd say that the age of the...

    As a side note, I'd say that the age of the sample roughly corresponding to the upper limit of CI 95% provided by YFull for formation suggests that this clade (I1-S5619) must have originated around...
  8. Duarte, sorry, I didn't see it before. Lol...

    Duarte, sorry, I didn't see it before.
    Lol Possibly a joke. Not sure he would say that.

    The voice does have a strong "mineiro" accent, but no, it's not like the accent of the "taxista" that...
  9. According to the graph I posted, PIR3037AB (EBA -...

    According to the graph I posted, PIR3037AB (EBA - 3663 +/- 43BP) is supposedly R-Y28681 (formation from 4200 to 2700 ybp), below R-L21. Not sure where the categorization comes from. ...
  10. YFull also works with a CI 95%. In this case, we...

    YFull also works with a CI 95%. In this case, we should look to the age of formation, since this is probably a non-full developed I1-S5619 (likely the sample is negative for some current S5619...
  11. It was an "if" on my side. It could be, also,...

    It was an "if" on my side. It could be, also, that they're classified by Steppe (it looks more likely; still...). I don't know. I was in doubt because of PEI2 in Bell Beakers, who has more Steppe...
  12. @Bicicleur This is interesting. @Angela I...

    @Bicicleur
    This is interesting.

    @Angela
    I see mtDNA H in other phases, yes.

    Also here they show up (apparently only the samples that have a decent coverage for Autosomal are listed below,...
  13. Ancient genomes from Mesolithic & Neolithic France (Rivollat et al. 2020)

    There's a second paper (Rivollat et al. 2020) about ancient France.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/bioproject/629712

    Ancient genome-wide DNA from France highlights the complexity of interactions...
  14. Also interesting this relative growth of mtDNA...

    Also interesting this relative growth of mtDNA U5 from EN to LN in North France.
  15. https://i.imgur.com/PnTGuNG.jpg ...

    https://i.imgur.com/PnTGuNG.jpg


    https://i.imgur.com/4RlAjgp.jpg
  16. Ancient genomes from present-day France unveil 7,000 years of its demographic history

    https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2020/05/20/1918034117

    Ancient genomes from present-day France unveil 7,000 years of its demographic history

    Abstract

    Genomic studies conducted on ancient...
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    Ops. Sorry, Angela. I didn't realize that a...

    Ops. Sorry, Angela. I didn't realize that a Remedello had Steppe ancestry, and at the end chose Remedello average. You're right. I changed it from Remedello average to RISE489 then, which I believe...
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    @Duarte @Angela Check this out. An even...

    @Duarte @Angela
    Check this out. An even better example on what I was talking about and on the point I was trying to make with that comment. I think it'll become even clearer.

    Here I try to...
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    If I add Taforalt from Morocco, it gets a bit...

    If I add Taforalt from Morocco, it gets a bit better for Iberians (lower distance). Not that much for Basques though.

    https://i.imgur.com/2Qjv1g8.jpg

    I don't think we disagree in anything...
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    I'll explain it. It started when my fellow Duarte...

    I'll explain it. It started when my fellow Duarte thought you've said that Iberians are poor in Yamnaya ancestry. At the end, he pointed out that Iberians are below average, supporting the first...
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    Ops. Sorry. I missed that part. Indeed, in G25...

    Ops. Sorry. I missed that part. Indeed, in G25 French Basque score slightly more Yamnaya than Spanish Basque, slightly less LBK and virtually the same Loschbour.
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    Interesting. Thanks. I guess Spanish_North is...

    Interesting. Thanks.
    I guess Spanish_North is not Basque, because Basque is also listed in that Chart. As in Haak et al., Basque scores higher Loschbour and lower Yamnaya in that model based on G25....
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    Out of curiosity, I checked the results for...

    Out of curiosity, I checked the results for Iberians and North Italians also using LBK, Loschbour and Yamnaya, but under the perspective of G25.

    The targets come from here:...
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    It breaks up ancestry in just three parts: LBK,...

    It breaks up ancestry in just three parts: LBK, Loschbour and Yamnaya. I wonder if the SW tries to fit all DNA in these categorizations or if it ignores the part that doesn't fit well in them.
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