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    Interesting, so could the tad Magdalenian (which...

    Interesting, so could the tad Magdalenian (which by extension would also have GoyetQ116-1 type ancestry) explain the mild eastern tendency in WHG when Kostenki's basal is set to 0?
    Still, do you...
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    Sumerian and other early Mesopotamian autosomal...

    Sumerian and other early Mesopotamian autosomal DNA has not been published yet, however I would expect them to be mostly descended from a mixture of Anatolia neolithic and Iran neolithic people, with...
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    Both Bichon and Loschbour have some of the...

    Both Bichon and Loschbour have some of the Aurignacian-magdalenian (Goyet type) ancestry along with some ANE as well. They are still mostly Continenza/WHG, but not as good of a proxy as Continenza...
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    The "Villabruna" cluster should have been more...

    The "Villabruna" cluster should have been more aptly named "Continenza" cluster, but I guess Continenza is a more recent discovery.
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    I came across the following a while ago:...

    I came across the following a while ago: https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0080673 and it indicates that Persians have more U4 than U5, however the known Sintashta...
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    This was supposed to refer to the cluster as a...

    This was supposed to refer to the cluster as a whole?:

    >there must have been gravettians who remained unadmixed WHG, because their descendants, the Villabruna was unadmixed WHG

    Because I...
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    Was Villabruna 1 really unadmixed? He had an ANE...

    Was Villabruna 1 really unadmixed? He had an ANE yDNA lineage. I would have thought that grotta continenza would be a better example of an unadmixed WHG.
    "sample": "ITA_Villabruna:Average",
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    Given how it was substantially present in both...

    Given how it was substantially present in both western Asia and in Europe, and how there was an east to west movement of this type of ancestry within stone age Europe, I would guess that they would...
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    Fair enough

    Fair enough
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    Yes typically there is a little Iran neolithic on...

    Yes typically there is a little Iran neolithic on the side in Caucasus just like there is a little bit of CHG on the side in Iran and Iraq. As far as craniometry is concerned, that part of my post is...
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    Just a bit of advice: use Iran HG/neolithic and...

    Just a bit of advice: use Iran HG/neolithic and CHG as different components. As far as CHG are concerned, only a broken skull and a single bone in another sample are the known cases. As far as Iran...
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    I know that this is an old post, but...

    I know that this is an old post, but pre-Villabruna Europe belonged to a different HG population. So what if the entire UHG population is closely related to Villabruna cluster while older European...
  13. "Tomb I could not have housed Phillip the II, and...

    "Tomb I could not have housed Phillip the II, and the results further weaken the argument that Arrhidaeus was entombed in Tomb II"

    Probably the most indirect way of saying that Phillip II is most...
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interbreeding_betwee...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interbreeding_between_archaic_and_modern_humans#Changes_in_modern_humans
    In Papuans, assimilated Neanderthal inheritance is found in highest frequency in genes...
  15. Regarding the Aryans who went into south Asia-...

    Regarding the Aryans who went into south Asia- there are 3 known samples from Dashtikozy which average at something like ~64% steppe eneolithic-like or ~90% Krasnoyarsk-like ancestry. They basically...
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    Did they use the Xuchang 2 cranium for the...

    Did they use the Xuchang 2 cranium for the projected shape of the skull?
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    According to this here:https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/ea39/fc41b5d6d547237ab968cd95f477a4d06e27.pdf a higher brain pH/more alkaline brain correlates more strongly with verbal IQ than with...
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    Yes, I think there was some R2a in Iran neolithic...

    Yes, I think there was some R2a in Iran neolithic remains and as far as the R1b is concerned, it could have come from interactions with Afanasievo/Okunevo people.
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    What if Zoroastrianism started as a BMAC reaction...

    What if Zoroastrianism started as a BMAC reaction to Andronovo migrations?
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    VERY sorry for necroing this thread, but >This...

    VERY sorry for necroing this thread, but

    >This is very interesting. I am an blond blue eyed American of Swiss ancestry who is L2a who can trace his family back to Rudi Gutten in the 13 hundreds in...
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    Has U2e or a precursor to U2e ever been found in...

    Has U2e or a precursor to U2e ever been found in upper paleolithic Siberia (like the Mal'ta and AG related cultures)? Ancient North Siberia ancestors of ANE are thought to be a combination of some...
  22. Thread: Aryans are R1a?

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    No, what I am saying is that J is common in south...

    No, what I am saying is that J is common in south Asia as of now because the OP claimed that India is mostly R1a and doesn't have other haplogroups (which is outright wrong, R1a is a minority in all...
  23. What? mixing with more EEF? Wouldn't that make...

    What? mixing with more EEF? Wouldn't that make the ancestors of ANI LESS Yamnaya-like? I think that either mixing with iran_N (and WHG enriched) BMAC and/or mixing with a remnant of the Afanasevo...
  24. I few things I would like to say. What is the...

    I few things I would like to say. What is the likelihood that the iran_N (either Zagros or south Caspian) migrants (who would later on make the IVC) ended up displacing the native settlements (like a...
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    Are you serious? The Aurignacian cave art tends...

    Are you serious? The Aurignacian cave art tends to be much more detailed even though they had fewer people doing that kind of stuff (due to low population in general).
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