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    Some more things about Teshub. This story is...

    Some more things about Teshub.


    This story is actually more derived from Sumerian legends.



    Thor and serpent jörmungandr ? Can this many overlaps actually be considered coincidence? I don't...
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    I am not diminishing that in fact Hurro_Urarteaen...

    I am not diminishing that in fact Hurro_Urarteaen and Manneaen are the best candidates that show this early connection between some Caucasian groups and IE.

    One of the most irrefutable...
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    I have been arguing with this for a very very...

    I have been arguing with this for a very very long time. Hurrian being some kind of pre Northeast Caucasian language is merely a theory not backed by allot of evidence. it is generally still...
  4. The Wikipedia article isn't very correct though....

    The Wikipedia article isn't very correct though. EHG is more like 40-50% ANE.
    I doubt the other 50% in Iran_Neo is real Dzudzuana. More like a relative pop. And before the appearancr of this...
  5. That is actually what he is trying to prove over...

    That is actually what he is trying to prove over and over again. That the CHG in the Yamnaya has ideally did not come from the Caucasus or at least had no connection to the Iranian Plateau. Since I...
  6. What I think about the latest publication is what...

    What I think about the latest publication is what I think about most of his publications. I take it with a grain of salt.
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    mate we literally have ancient Egyptian DNA at...

    mate we literally have ancient Egyptian DNA at hand. And they do not look like your blue eyed guys. Of course if we had blue eyed people in the Levant why shouldn't it be possible to find blue eyed...
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    There is Deeper connection between Sumerians,...

    There is Deeper connection between Sumerians, Elamites and the Harrapans which all seem to be connected by Iran_N Dna. Those guys were pigmentationwise predominantly what we would call Olive skinned...
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    Just found this thread now. Have to through...

    Just found this thread now.

    Have to through my 2 cents into the room here.

    There are several reasons that speak against the idea that Semitic evolved further North. At least one major reason...
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    J1a Doesn't look Semitic A surprise to see no...

    J1a Doesn't look Semitic

    A surprise to see no J1c3 subclades since the Levant was pretty much Semitic by majority at that time.

    J1a, J2a2, J2b, R1b, R2a. In fact this looks more like How...
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    Haven't been around for a long time, I come back...

    Haven't been around for a long time, I come back and this interesting study takes my attention.

    The fact that we barely have any prior to 0 CE and that the authors mention this eastern influx...
  12. Aha so cremation is something typical Steppe...

    Aha so cremation is something typical Steppe therefore Yamnaya has abslutely zero to do with it. Tell me more.

    How many freakn times have I already explained you in these threads that what you...
  13. You don't get it. This "EHG" admixture is found...

    You don't get it. This "EHG" admixture is found even in mesolithic Iran-Huto samples. And yes you can even manipulate formal stats. Try using Chalcolthic-Mesolithic or Calcolthic Caucasus samples...
  14. That Elite nonsense is one of the last straws...

    That Elite nonsense is one of the last straws hardcore Steppists are trying to hold on, while historically and archeologically it makes no sense, since there wasn't any Elite vs peasant structure...
  15. As you said that is not real EHG ancestry from...

    As you said that is not real EHG ancestry from the Steppes since it was even found in low amounts in the mesolithic Huto sample. He knows that perfectly fine but something called agenda is sometimes...
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    too many things speak for pre Steppe imo. And...

    too many things speak for pre Steppe imo. And there is absolutely no archeological or genetic trail for a Balkan solution. Anatolian lacks linguistic features typical for Steppe Indo Europeans. It...
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    That's what I said at the beginning but someone...

    That's what I said at the beginning but someone tried to tell me Hittites were J2a and Maykop J1. So Maykop was J2a, G2 L and what about Hittites? Weren't say J2 and G2 too? Still even if they were...
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    @Halfalp I can't answer your post now but one...

    @Halfalp I can't answer your post now but one think. Please read my post again. I never said Maykop is PIE. I am saying Maykop is/might be influenced by PIE and Hittite might be the result of this...
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    Someone else directed towards me a comment about...

    Someone else directed towards me a comment about Maikop being J1, G2 and L while Hittites J2 and G2. And therefore it not being plausible that Maikop is ancestral to Hittites.

    Well there being...
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    And the Turkic speaking groups are the best...

    And the Turkic speaking groups are the best example of why even the most admixed groups still show signs of their ancestors in their DNA. You are making the mistake that you equate Turkic with East...
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    Well that could be... if we found any EHG signs,...

    Well that could be... if we found any EHG signs, remember no additional EHG in Anatolian Samples and the yDNA does not fit the Steppes.




    Just that Hittite is not a "invasive culture". You...
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    That is some bold statement and there is...

    That is some bold statement and there is absolutely no evidence whatsoever for that my friend. Only some wishfull thinking of some bloggers. Hittites and Hattians became pretty much one and the same...
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    Wagons are crucial for a mobile nomadic people to...

    Wagons are crucial for a mobile nomadic people to move around. Especially for nomadic herders who need to change places for seasonal farming.

    Bronze is crucial for conquering other regions. And...
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    I agree with you here. I actually argued J1 in...

    I agree with you here.
    I actually argued J1 in Karelia might not be an outlier. Actually quite frankly I discussed with people on Eurogenes who are biased as hell for a Steppe homeland that J1 in...
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    Maikop predates Yamnaya by some hundred years and...

    Maikop predates Yamnaya by some hundred years and as we know from archeology most of the ideas and inventions went from south to north. Maikop had wagons before the Steppes. Bronze was certanly...
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