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  1. The Selection Landscape and Genetic Legacy of Ancient Eurasians. Preprint.

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    The Eurasian Holocene (beginning c. 12 thousand years ago) encompassed some of the most significant changes in human evolution, with far-reaching consequences for the dietary, physical...
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    Stephan Schiffels from the Max-Planck-Institut...

    Stephan Schiffels from the Max-Planck-Institut commented the Anglo-Saxon paper on Twitter:
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    Here's Daily Mail's sensationalized Headline...

    Here's Daily Mail's sensationalized Headline about the Anglo-Saxon paper:

    Anglo-Saxons were only 24% English! Mass migration into the UK from Germany, The Netherlands and Denmark during the...
  4. Well, scholars that behave like woke activists...

    Well, scholars that behave like woke activists don‘t have a point but are a PROBLEM. Agenda-driven research is a problem regardless of the political affiliation. Here's the thing the biological...
  5. Dual ancestries and ecologies of the Late Glacial Palaeolithic in Britain.

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    Genetic investigations of Upper Palaeolithic Europe have revealed a complex and transformative history of human population movements and ancestries, with evidence of several instances...
  6. Hunter-gatherer admixture facilitated natural selection in Neolithic European farmers

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    Ancient DNA has revealed multiple episodes of admixture in human prehistory during geographic expansions associated with cultural innovations. One important example is the expansion of...
  7. Phylogeography of Sub-Saharan Mitochondrial Lineages Outside Africa...

    Phylogeography of Sub-Saharan Mitochondrial Lineages Outside Africa Highlights the Roles of the Holocene Climate Changes and the Atlantic Slave Trade :


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    Despite the importance of...
  8. The naming of the study "Southern Arc" is not...

    The naming of the study "Southern Arc" is not woke enough for some scholars's taste. LOL.

    Benjamin Arbuckle and Zoe Schwandt commentary plus the commentary of Kloekhorst, an expert on the oldest...
  9. It seems that Afro-centrist from ES are not happy...

    It seems that Afro-centrist from ES are not happy with the Southern Arc study. However, I'd really like to know why the Dzuduana paper was not included and dropped too.




    BrandonP...
  10. Of course. They have also the tooth of Philip.

    Of course. They have also the tooth of Philip.
  11. Not really. ...

    Not really.



    https://www.latimes.com/science/sciencenow/la-sci-sn-philip-ii-tomb-macedon-20150721-story.html

    The pic of Philip's leg bone.
    ...
  12. I feel that way too. In the archaeogenetic...

    I feel that way too.

    In the archaeogenetic community, we are occupied with admixture tools, PCA and haplogroups, and whatnot. That we sometimes tend to forget that we're dealing with real people...
  13. That may be the case. Anyway, I did not assert...

    That may be the case. Anyway, I did not assert or allude that Davidski was the first or only guy who made this suggestion, to begin with. Moreover, the fact that this theory was popular before 2017...
  14. ​Ask Lazaridis and Davidski that! I'm merely...

    ​Ask Lazaridis and Davidski that! I'm merely presenting the info. Anyway if I could throw in my two cents and my memory serves me right, Corded Ware also carried R1b and their R1b is more closely...
  15. I know Davidski is a controversial figure. That...

    I know Davidski is a controversial figure. That said he suggested in 2017-2018 that Bell Beakers are just a subgroup of Corded Ware. So it seems that he is being proven right.
  16. You made a valid point here. Some people who...

    You made a valid point here. Some people who superficially read the paper without bothering to take a closer look at the supplementary materials think that the Steppe origin of PIE was put to bed by...
  17. @Angela, @Palermo Trapani Many thanks four...

    @Angela,
    @Palermo Trapani


    Many thanks four your replies, they really helped me. We have now 28 Mycenaean samples in total, great.
  18. Hi Angela. Could you please help me out? Do you...

    Hi Angela. Could you please help me out? Do you know whether the Mycenaean samples in this study are from the 2017 Lazaridis paper or brand-new ones? I'm not sure about that.
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    I second that.

    I second that.
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    Wow, finally Mesopotamia. Thanks for the great...

    Wow, finally Mesopotamia. Thanks for the great paper.
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    Dude, chill and don‘t take everything so freaking...

    Dude, chill and don‘t take everything so freaking seriously. And if you think that scientists are not competitive and thus want to be proven right and their theory validated, then you live in Lala...
  22. Thanks Angela for this interesting Abstract.

    Thanks Angela for this interesting Abstract.
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    This Reich Southern Arch Paper is straight fire....

    This Reich Southern Arch Paper is straight fire. Even Khan and the entire archaeogenetic community are

    preparing for a showdown. Anyway, Friday’s showdown will decide whether Reich and team...
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    Some 18th-century historians suggested based on...

    Some 18th-century historians suggested based on their evidence that there were Phoenician-Celtic ties. It's believed that the Phoenicians/ Punic, who lived in Iberia/Spain, colonized a certain part...
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    :laughing::laughing::laughing: The music is...

    :laughing::laughing::laughing:

    The music is dope, btw.
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