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    An idea of the earliest BB areas can be formed...

    An idea of the earliest BB areas can be formed with the plot of some ancient individuals associated to BB (ID and y-haplogroup) across Europe:

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  2. On Corded Ware and Yamnaya: ...

    On Corded Ware and Yamnaya:

    https://eurogenes.blogspot.com/2021/07/on-origin-of-corded-ware-people.html
  3. Can we consider the Lower Rhine region as a...

    Can we consider the Lower Rhine region as a possible candidate? In that case, we have R1b-L51 there at 4000-3500 BC, and an ulterior maritime migration would allow they reach the British Isles in...
  4. Moesan, let me expose some personal views about...

    Moesan, let me expose some personal views about the topic (and also recall that I am not an expert, so completely open to assimilate other forumer's ideas).

    The arrival of the indo-european to...
  5. If I am not wrong, the samples I2575 and I1392...

    If I am not wrong, the samples I2575 and I1392 are in the neolithic group but they have the France Bell-Beaker symbol.
    If this is correct, the France Bell-Beaker people is more diverse than the...
  6. Great reference! I have downloaded the paper...

    Great reference! I have downloaded the paper (Brunel20) and surely enjoy the lecture.
  7. Very informative post @bicicleur 2. Let me...

    Very informative post @bicicleur 2.

    Let me show my summary about neolithization:
    1. In the Cantabrian region it is around 6000-5000 BC.
    2. Much less is known about Galicia.
    3. CW farmers...
  8. I follow with high interest your posts. ...

    I follow with high interest your posts.

    Perhaps I am wrong, but let me clarify my point of view:

    In the cited paper: "Genetic affinities with Iberian Neolithic individuals indicate that...
  9. There is a paper that demonstrates a genetic...

    There is a paper that demonstrates a genetic affinity of British and Iberian neolithic pops. "Ancient genomes indicate population replacement in Early Neolithic Britain", Nature Ecology & Evolution...
  10. Not sure if this paper is relevant. Bell...

    Not sure if this paper is relevant.

    Bell Beaker cultural package in the East European periphery of the phenomenon: a case of ritual features in north-eastern Poland
    Dariusz Manasterski, Katarzyna...
  11. Map updated with Central Europe data. 12844

    Map updated with Central Europe data.

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  12. I have plotted 3000-2000 BCE R1b individuals in...

    I have plotted 3000-2000 BCE R1b individuals in the @bicicleur map (Spain, France and Switzerland). Obviously, data fit the Hallstatt territory. In Iberia seems that these IE or PIE people control...
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    Edited post
  14. Thank you for the post, @Ygorcs. I completely...

    Thank you for the post, @Ygorcs.

    I completely agree with you that it is not likely that R1b spread from the West (even in my amateur-no geneticist opinion). We can think on an average flow from...
  15. Thank you for your comment, @Moesan. Very...

    Thank you for your comment, @Moesan.

    Very interesting the hypothesis of more than a language in Tartessos with one surely Celtic and maybe late intrusive. Perhaps consequence of a maritime...
  16. Celtic and Italic from the West – the Genetic Evidence

    Tibor Fehér: Celtic and Italic from the West – the Genetic Evidence, Academia Letters, July 2021.


    Celtic studies in the last two decades lead by John T. Koch and Barry Cunliffe have questioned...
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    Poll: My Y hg: J-L26

    My Y hg: J-L26
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    @Maciamo Thanks for this interesting thread....

    @Maciamo
    Thanks for this interesting thread.
    Perhaps can be relevant this article: "Around Maritime beaker: the vases à cordon, linear beakers and épicampaniforme productions in north-western...
  19. Oral bacteria of a 19000 yo woman was analysed and related to later modern humans

    https://www dot pnas dot org/content/118/20/e2021655118

    Title: The evolution and changing ecology of the African hominid oral microbiome. PNAS 2018.


    "The oral microbiome plays key roles in...
  20. Amazing beautiful pictures!

    Amazing beautiful pictures!
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    The Bronze Age euro?

    www dot sciencedirect dot com/science/article/pii/S0305440321000492?via%3Dihub

    A small change revolution. Weight systems and the emergence of the first Pan-European money, 2300 to 800 BC.

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  22. The title of the article is "¿Tumbas reales...

    The title of the article is "¿Tumbas reales estruscas en Albacete?", in Spanish.

    As you know, Anatolians were neolithic people with a high influence in Europe, Central and Mediterranean. In fact,...
  23. Etruscan royal tombs in Albacete (Spain)?

    www dot abc dot es/cultura/abci-tumbas-reales-etruscas-albacete-202104071920_noticia.html (in Spanish, sorry)

    Etruscan tombs, or those of clear Etruscan influence, of relevant personalities who...
  24. The discovery of a near 12000 yo skeleton is a...

    The discovery of a near 12000 yo skeleton is a good result, and yes, a huge surprise if not WHG of the initial expansion tracking the retreat of ice sheets from Europe. Looking forward to the genetic...
  25. Complete human skeleton 9700 BC in Navarra

    www dot archyde dot com/the-man-of-loizu-the-oldest-complete-human-skeleton-found-in-navarra/

    "The remains correspond to a male individual, between 17 and 21 years old, intentionally deposited...
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