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  1. From Proto-IE *wl̩kānos "god of fire and...

    From Proto-IE *wl̩kānos "god of fire and volcanoes" - Very good point. Last eruption of the Damavand was in 5350 BC ± 200 years, more or less when the CHG-IRAN populations also invaded/moved to the...
  2. J1 branches and historical locations ...

    J1 branches and historical locations

    https://i.imgur.com/IsSAPWc.jpg
  3. J1 is a mainstream founder haplogroup from the...

    J1 is a mainstream founder haplogroup from the Eastern Wing of the Southern Arc always related to the cradle and birth of Indo-Anatolian and Indo-European languages. European culture and religion...
  4. More Iranian and Indo-European Y-DNA J1 One...

    More Iranian and Indo-European Y-DNA J1

    One of the most important results in the ARC paper is I4097_all IRN_Hasanlu_LBA_A Cluster 1425-1284 calBCE (3095±25 BP, PSUAMS-1948)...
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    When Iranian J1 moved and invaded the South they...

    When Iranian J1 moved and invaded the South they changed their languages to Semitic and some words remained in common with the other original Iranian J1 branches that remained in the North.
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    Not every culture, society or State have the same...

    Not every culture, society or State have the same projection of warfare with the same intensity. In South America the Tupi-Guarani had a very expansionist and warlike culture ready to absorb and...
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    IE was the language of an ancient and complex...

    IE was the language of an ancient and complex society, well organized for the conditions of that time, they had specific words for several aspects of life and of course they were an extremely warlike...
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    Gilan is a very important region for the history...

    Gilan is a very important region for the history and development of Indo-European languages.
    The Persian word for son is pur/purika, almost the same in Latin - puer, we have the same word in...
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    J1 is extremely important in the PIE steppe...

    J1 is extremely important in the PIE steppe expansion
    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/26998-History-and-Destiny-of-the-Portuguese-and-Brazilian-Y-DNA-J1b?p=609478&viewfull=1#post609478
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    Finally it's back, I hope we can preserve our...

    Finally it's back, I hope we can preserve our history there and here, always.
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    Nothing about Anthrogenica, we are the veterans...

    Nothing about Anthrogenica, we are the veterans also of DNA Forums and the community of genetic genealogists lost a good part of the memory and debates there, the fora are part of our collective...
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    Waiting, waiting, but I wrote a lot about the...

    Waiting, waiting, but I wrote a lot about the Indo-European "Southern Arc" before:



    https://zenodo.org/record/5528265
  13. We still have 100% Indigenous groups of Native...

    We still have 100% Indigenous groups of Native Americans in Brazil and they must be protected and preserved in their remnant territories, that's an important issue for the next election. Brazilians...
  14. Don River Basin - Another Y-DNA J1 from the...

    Don River Basin - Another Y-DNA J1 from the steppe: NEO163 Vasilyevskiy kordon 17 Russia CentralEasternEurope Russia_Neolithic 52.9 40.03 thisStudy 5,721 5,486 5,604 ...
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    All European immigrants in Brazil had an...

    All European immigrants in Brazil had an extraordinary demographic explosion and they had big families in Brazil while in Europe they were starving or being killed in mass in the First and Second...
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    Unfortunately I don't have time to participate...

    Unfortunately I don't have time to participate simultaneously in several fora in the internet, we have our "real life". I have seen anthrogenica site off before, I hope they can return, I don't know...
  17. Archaeological Indo-European and Iranian Y-DNA J1...

    Archaeological Indo-European and Iranian Y-DNA J1 - Database
    When Yamnaya Steppe Culture DNA was discovered a big question remained unanswered, the origin of a part of the admixture: Depending on...
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    Also the Ancient Iranian types of J1 that evolved...

    Also the Ancient Iranian types of J1 that evolved in that region. I think now with the Y DNA Full Genome sequencing we are going to easily detect the proper SNPs. Some of the basal types of R1a and...
  19. Poll: Any Mesolithic individual would had a total...

    Any Mesolithic individual would had a total "make-or-break" situation in terms of descendancy. We would need the full Y-chromosome sequencing of all samples, if that's true :wary2:
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    My Y DNA lineage ...

    My Y DNA lineage


    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-RE90GcN_mdg/T5KOikxqdZI/AAAAAAAAAfw/SxIoSsrSmZs/s1600/Fotos%2Bdo%2Bclã%2BY2.jpg
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  21. Degredado, you are delayed 5 years ! The new...

    Degredado, you are delayed 5 years !

    The new SNP branches are here:
    http://ytree.ftdna.com/index.php?name=Draft&parent=root

    You just must find the Y DNA SNPs and Y DNA STRs (haplotypes)...
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    Thanks LeBrok. Could you estimate the same for...

    Thanks LeBrok. Could you estimate the same for Canada ?
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    Ethnonational origins of Brazilian Y/mt DNA

    I made a general estimate of the global Brazilian Y DNA and mtDNA:

    Brazilian population= 200 million

    100 Million Men in Brazil
    - 55% Brazilian Portuguese = 40% Colonial Hardcore - 15%...
  24. Yes, the 16262T, I only have one match in the...

    Yes, the 16262T, I only have one match in the entire FTDNA database. No new article about the H1 subclades was released in the last year. The mitochondrial DNA accumulates mutations at the rate of...
  25. H1 mtDNA 16262T 16278T as a genetic signature of the Portuguese maritime expansion

    My mtDNA is also a component of the Brazilian Portuguese foundation. The Women related to my mtDNA genetic signature were part of the genetic founding stock related to the Portuguese Language and...
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