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    Haplogroups H1c and H1c3 are found principally in...

    Haplogroups H1c and H1c3 are found principally in Scandinavia, North Germany, Britain and Ireland. H1c3d however is very rare. You can check the haplogroup H1 project. They have over 4000 members and...
  2. Anti-vaxxer movement strongest in France

    The French like to do things differently from everyone else. In the last few months they have made the headlines around the world for the dogged refusal to get vaccinated against Covid-19.

    The...
  3. Sticky: Thanks. I have added the average for EMBA Greece...

    Thanks. I have added the average for EMBA Greece to the coordinates. It is much closer to Mycenaean Greece (3.9) than Minoan Greece (11.8).
  4. After seeking more information on their tests, I...

    After seeking more information on their tests, I realised that these two companies are truly exceptional. TellmeGen surely has the best health report of any budget DNA testing company and even...
  5. What you need is just an autosomal DNA test. Any...

    What you need is just an autosomal DNA test. Any test will be able to identify Native American ancestry in your genome, but AncestryDNA tests more Native American ethnic groups than any other...
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    It doesn't come from the site itself as...

    It doesn't come from the site itself as everything is working fine here. Maybe a problem with your keyboard?
  7. Introducing two DNA testing companies: tellmeGen and Atlas BioMed

    There are two DNA testing companies founded over 5 years ago but that haven't made much noise in the pop gen community yet. Nevertheless they do look interesting.

    The first one is tellmeGen, a...
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    It would be great to know Steven Spielberg's...

    It would be great to know Steven Spielberg's haplogroup. However I could not find any genealogical information about this Motya (Mordechai) Spilberg, b. abt. 1855. Jewish people tend to change...
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    It depends on the deep clade too. ...

    It depends on the deep clade too.

    https://iiif.elifesciences.org/lax:65420%2Felife-65420-fig2-v1.tif/full/617,/0/default.jpg
  10. I can read the Greek characters in your signature...

    I can read the Greek characters in your signature just fine.
  11. Sticky: I have split the Bell Beaker Central Europe into...

    I have split the Bell Beaker Central Europe into three: Poland, Czechia and Hungary.

    I added Bronze Age Germany by combing samples from EBA Swabia, Unetice and Urnfield.

    - Bronze Age Germany is...
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    Third part: Western Europe. ...

    Third part: Western Europe.

    https://www.eupedia.com/images/design/K12b_evolution_West_Europe.png
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    Here is the second part: the Pontic-Caspian...

    Here is the second part: the Pontic-Caspian Steppe and Northwest Caucasus.

    https://www.eupedia.com/images/design/K12b_evolution_Steppe.png
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    Evolution of genetic admixtures by region

    The work on the K12b admixture by historical culture gave me the idea to show the evolution of genetic admixtures over time by region. I have started with the Near East and East Mediterranean.

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    Really, more Scythians. They have now become the...

    Really, more Scythians. They have now become the most studied Iron Age population! There were already some 40 samples (+ more Saka and Sarmatians) and now 111 more samples. On the other hand we have...
  16. Sticky: Here is the map of the Bronze Age period. ...

    Here is the map of the Bronze Age period.

    https://www.eupedia.com/images/maps/Bronze_Age_K12b.jpg
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    Three new maps.

    https://www.eupedia.com/images/maps/Middle_Neolithic_K12b.jpg

    https://www.eupedia.com/images/maps/Late_Neolithic_K12b.jpg
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  18. Sticky: I started making maps to visualise the admixtures...

    I started making maps to visualise the admixtures by period.

    https://www.eupedia.com/images/maps/Mesolithic_K12b.jpg


    https://www.eupedia.com/images/maps/Early_Neolithic_K12b.jpg


    I did...
  19. Sticky: I have added: - Narva culture (Neolithic...

    I have added:

    - Narva culture (Neolithic Lithuania) : almost pure North European (78%) and Atlantic Med (21%). Closest to modern Latvians (12.6).

    - Kangju (Iranian Sogdians) : no close modern...
  20. Sticky: Even more samples. - Hallstatt Celts (2...

    Even more samples.

    - Hallstatt Celts (2 samples from Czechia) : most similar to NW French/Brittany (7.7) then South England (7.8)

    - Tian Shan Saka : no modern equivalent (closest are Central...
  21. Sticky: Lots of new samples: - Epipaleolithic Magreb...

    Lots of new samples:

    - Epipaleolithic Magreb (Iberomaurusian) : 65.5% NW Africa, 19% East Africa and 5.5% SW Asia. Interestingly no Atlantic Med (unlike Mesolithic Europeans and Anatolians).

    -...
  22. Sticky: I thought that the Terramare culture was the...

    I thought that the Terramare culture was the first Indo-European advance into Italy? If that is the case, it doesn't show at all in these samples from Olmo di Nogara, who have 0% of Gedrosia and only...
  23. Sticky: I have just added the samples from Saag 2021,...

    I have just added the samples from Saag 2021, mostly from the Fatyanovo culture, but also a few Mesolithic Russians and one Corded Ware.

    The Fatyanovo culture has no modern equivalent, but is...
  24. Sticky: I have just added: - Middle Bronze Age North...

    I have just added:

    - Middle Bronze Age North Italy (2 samples from Verona, Veneto) : very similar to modern Sardinians (distance 5.4), but no other modern population.

    - Roman-age Britain (2...
  25. Looking for ancient genomes from these studies

    I am trying to complete the data for the new Ancient Ethnicities Analyzer. I would need the genomes from the following studies. Does anybody know where I can download them in BAM, VCF, TXT or CSV...
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