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  1. dairy production got a boost from ceramics ...

    dairy production got a boost from ceramics

    https://media.springernature.com/m685/nature-static/assets/v1/image-assets/nature11698-f1.2.jpg

    first pottery appeared 9,1 ka in Jarmo, northern...
  2. always chewing over the same material to conclude...

    always chewing over the same material to conclude that there were 'a multitude of causes' for the collapse
    it's kind of frustrating
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    scientists counterdict each other on the eye...

    scientists counterdict each other on the eye colour of the Sintashta people, yet they are capable of reconstructing Denisovans in all its details?
  4. I checked, only Sicily and Sardinia.

    I checked, only Sicily and Sardinia.
  5. that is exactly what I meant does 'The Arrival...

    that is exactly what I meant

    does 'The Arrival of Steppe and Iranian Related Ancestry in the Islands of the Western Mediterranean' have samples from Central or Northern Italy?
    as far as I...
  6. yes, but only during the expansion of the Roman...

    yes, but only during the expansion of the Roman Empire, not before
    at least, as far as the abstract goes
  7. Rome as a genetic melting pot: Population dynamics over 12,000 years.

    this is the abstract

    https://eventpilotadmin.com/doc/clients/ASHG/ASHG19/library/pdf/abstract_1923488.pdf?fbclid=IwAR1zjiidmf97Apy-5roBqLKlwCZL0zW3jtVbgRkLUVnpJQPZiraHNiUUlhg

    Nearly 2000 years...
  8. and another thing Maykop and Varna cemeteries...

    and another thing

    Maykop and Varna cemeteries clearly had elite burrials too
    and what to say about Mesopotamia and Egypt?

    does Davidsky ignore that as well?
  9. this is nothing new, even in the 34 ka Sungir...

    this is nothing new, even in the 34 ka Sungir burial it was suggested those burried with these thousands of mamouth ivory beads must have belonged to an elite

    I've never learned Yamna were the...
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    afaik there was a destruction horizon in Crete...

    afaik there was a destruction horizon in Crete when the Myceneans took over and the only one of the many palaces rebuilt was Knossos
  11. strange the Irhoud skull is not included neither...

    strange the Irhoud skull is not included
    neither are the Chinese homo erectus

    despite the very old age of the San branch, their Y-DNA diversity is very low
  12. micro cutting tools for 500 ka elephant hunters in the Levant

    https://fr.timesofisrael.com/de-fines-lames-vieilles-de-500-000-ans-aidaient-lhomme-a-devorer-les-elephants/?fbclid=IwAR0D-wHGBInksd9_F1DAPZjTf8nqGQRMi_4pSQ9Mq2HX89odgUdre3kgAzQ
    ...
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    I don't think so. No pre-Yamna R1b-Z2103 has been...

    I don't think so. No pre-Yamna R1b-Z2103 has been found anywhere.
    I guess it is Repin which appeared in the Don-Volga area quite late, some 5.95 ka.
    It is not Khvalynsk, of which we have DNA.
    ...
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    In spite of 2 populations replacements in...

    In spite of 2 populations replacements in between, Stonehenge remained a sacred place where regular rituals were held from the mesolithic well into the bronze age.
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    I find the title quite offensive. I don't send...

    I find the title quite offensive.
    I don't send dick pics. Nor do I know any men around me doing this.
  16. neither J, L, T, H2, C1a, R1b-V88

    neither J, L, T, H2, C1a, R1b-V88
  17. early farmer DNA in the Carpathian Basin

    https://www.academia.edu/17646991/Anna_Sz%C3%A9cs%C3%A9nyi-Nagy_et_al._Tracing_the_genetic_origin_of_Europes_first_farmers_reveals_insights_into_their_social_organization?email_work_card=view-paper
    ...
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    I guess after several generations of inbreeding,...

    I guess after several generations of inbreeding, you can produce geniusses as well as idiots.
    Unfortunately it is much infintely more easy to create idiots than geniusses. And that is what happens....
  19. Unlike preceding Copper Age individuals...

    Unlike preceding
    Copper Age individuals fromTuran, people
    of the BMAC cluster also harbored an additional
    ~2 to 5% ancestry related (deeply in time) to
    Andamanese hunter-gatherers (AHG). This...
  20. WSHG carry more east asian ancestry 2...

    WSHG carry more east asian ancestry

    2 indicators for arrival early of east asian :

    - the 10 ka Ganj Dareh mtDNA X, which also spread through Beringia into America
    - the arrival of pottery,...
  21. finally, we got this out of the way

    finally, we got this out of the way
  22. https://marlin-prod.literatumonline.com/cms/attach...

    https://marlin-prod.literatumonline.com/cms/attachment/39fa94c3-2fb2-46ec-8afb-d11af2e98911/gr3_lrg.jpg

    it would be interesting to have DNA from 9 ka Mehrgarh
    archeology suggests that Mehrgarh is...
  23. interesting, must read it asap

    interesting, must read it asap
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    it would be interesting to check if the same...

    it would be interesting to check if the same happened to the SE Asian negrito's, who live in similar conditions and have the same morphology, but who are genetically totaly unrelated
  25. when the Jews were deported by the Assyrians, the...

    when the Jews were deported by the Assyrians, the Nabateans moved into the space left empty in present-day Israel

    the Nabateans were the first to cross the Arabian desert from south to north with...
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