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  1. He’s in there somewhere. Might be in the...

    He’s in there somewhere. Might be in the supplementary section. Sample: NEO281
    J2b. 100% CHG.
  2. https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2022.05.04...

    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2022.05.04.490594v1
  3. The oldest J2b ever discovered is from 10,000...

    The oldest J2b ever discovered is from 10,000 years ago in Kotias Cave, Georgia. He was 100% CHG. So these J2b lineages from Iran represent a migration out of the Caucasus into Iran and beyond. ...
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    It’s possible there is a misunderstanding. My...

    It’s possible there is a misunderstanding. My interpretation is that, like myself, you’re very interested in now establishing the deeper origins of haplogroup J2b L283 beyond the Balkans and before...
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    Any idea when this Pannonia study will be...

    Any idea when this Pannonia study will be published??
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    Do you have a link to this study that references...

    Do you have a link to this study that references the above sample? This guy looks a bit like my great grandfather.
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    We should know more soon. I think they may have...

    We should know more soon. I think they may have discovered 2 different “Yamnaya” paternal lineages that originated south of the Caucasus and then moved on to the steppe. At least that’s how I...
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    Basically, Maciamo Hay has R1b M269 and all...

    Basically, Maciamo Hay has R1b M269 and all descendent branches traced back to the eastern wing of the southern arc. This was his theory from more than 10 years ago.
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    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/blob:https://www.eup...

    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/blob:https://www.eupedia.com/4940f538-5a5d-42d2-8c26-4f99dc3b6fba13456
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    The owner of Eupedia believes that R-M269...

    The owner of Eupedia believes that R-M269 descends from the Southern Arc and crossed the Caucasus on to the steppe sometime in the 5th millennium BC.
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    Here are a couple links to studies…the second...

    Here are a couple links to studies…the second link I’ve seen posted either here or Anthrogenica (RIP) by Trojet. That’s probably the best article I’ve read to date, at least as it pertains to...
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    https://forums.familytreedna.com/forum/general-int...

    https://forums.familytreedna.com/forum/general-interest/dna-and-genealogy-for-beginners/9285-dna-forums-down

    Here’s a good discussion thread from when DNA Forums suddenly disappeared for good back...
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    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-022-11117-8...

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-022-11117-8#MOESM2

    There was some ancient I2a in Cucuteni Trypillians in this recent study.
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    About 15 years ago there was a forum called “DNA...

    About 15 years ago there was a forum called “DNA Forums”. It was probably as big as Anthrogenica today. Around 2013 it just disappeared and never returned. That resulted in the formation of AG and...
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    Timing was perfect, just as we were all looking...

    Timing was perfect, just as we were all looking like a bunch of 6 year olds on Christmas morning awaiting samples from the “Southern Arc” series of papers to drop and…boom…Anthrogenica goes off line.
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    Agree with you 100%. I learned a lot over there.

    Agree with you 100%. I learned a lot over there.
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    https://www.blogger.com/profile/166899985646560869...

    https://www.blogger.com/profile/16689998564656086919

    http://www.anthrogenica.com/forum.php

    I think user DMXX was one of the cofounders of Anthrogenica. When I click on the link to his blog...
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    The greatest mystery in human history is how you...

    The greatest mystery in human history is how you can repeatedly insist that ancient J-L283 and R-Z2103/R-M269 have never been buried together, despite numerous posters pointing out several…like 3 or...
  19. Thank you.

    Thank you.
  20. Question: These K13 maps from Ph2ter are showing...

    Question: These K13 maps from Ph2ter are showing which modern day populations are closest to the ancient sample in question?
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    Here you go. Have a read and feel free to report...

    Here you go. Have a read and feel free to report back regarding your assertion that ancient J-L283 and R-Z2103 or R-M269 have never been buried alongside one another. Pay particular close attention...
  22. J-L283 is to the Illyrians what R-Z2103 is to the...

    J-L283 is to the Illyrians what R-Z2103 is to the Yamnaya.

    I highly doubt Illyrian peoples during those Bronze Age and Iron Age times referred to one another as “Illyrians”. I doubt the Yamnaya...
  23. Thanks for the update and the compressed list. ...

    Thanks for the update and the compressed list.

    Do you know, by chance, if the Z600 assignment for the Serbian is his final placement? That would be a big deal to find a “pure” Z600 there.
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    He’s a J2b, but not J2b L283. He belongs to an...

    He’s a J2b, but not J2b L283. He belongs to an older, upstream branch. See below.

    Per Trojet over at AG:

    “The authors were nice enough to respond to an inquiry with regards to NEO281, 7773...
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    This is the other study from the Caucasus. It...

    This is the other study from the Caucasus. It has 68 samples spanning 20 different archaeological cultures:

    https://eurogenes.blogspot.com/2021/10/coming-soon.html

    Henry Shephard, one of the...
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