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    The "Greek" sample in Dodecad doesn't account for...

    The "Greek" sample in Dodecad doesn't account for all Greeks. The sample set is limited, and doesn't represent all modern populations. There are in fact Greeks that are closer to Minoans than these...
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    You answered your own question in the previous...

    You answered your own question in the previous post, of which I agreed with. There is no modern population that has the same admixture rates as Minoans. Also, there is no WHG or Natufian in Minoans,...
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    Indeed, which is why we need to be careful when...

    Indeed, which is why we need to be careful when comparing them to modern populations.

    I would say, that they are at least part of the ancestry of some modern populations though. However small it...
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    No, I have already demonstrated in the graphic...

    No, I have already demonstrated in the graphic that they have a different autosomal admixture.
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    Ancient DNA of Phoenician remains indicates...

    Ancient DNA of Phoenician remains indicates discontinuity in the settlement history of Ibiza


    accession numbers: MH43585-43559




    It seems the author of this study hasn't yet uploaded...
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    Distance to: Early_Neolithic_Anatolia_(n=7) ...

    Distance to:
    Early_Neolithic_Anatolia_(n=7)


    49.01237089
    Epipaleolithic_Levant_(Natufians)_(n=6)
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    The study of which this thread is based on has...

    The study of which this thread is based on has dismissed this possiblity:
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    What makes Natufians different primarily is 27%...

    What makes Natufians different primarily is 27% Talforat-like (Ancient North African) admixture:

    https://i.imgur.com/QYkCpEO.png
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    I don't have Algerian_Jews, but Moroccan_jews are...

    I don't have Algerian_Jews, but Moroccan_jews are quite different from minoans in autosomal DNA

    Minoans are mostly Anatolian_N with a bit of CHG, as demonstrated by the study of this thread.
    ...
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    The link in my signature has a good resource to...

    The link in my signature has a good resource to demonstrate that:

    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/40653-Dodecad-Globe-13-Ancient-Modern?p=615989&viewfull=1#post615989
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    Indeed the z-axis on the 3D PCA demonstrates...

    Indeed the z-axis on the 3D PCA demonstrates differences better.
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    Indeed, an example I like to use about the...

    Indeed, an example I like to use about the possible flaws in using PCAs is the fact that South Asians, and South and Central Americans overlap. Nevertheless, we know that they are radically different...
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    Big news today! The CDC has announced that...

    Big news today! The CDC has announced that fully-vaccinated people no longer have to wear a mask, even in large public gatherings, indoors and outdoors:
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    Dodecad Globe 13 for Mik15 vs available modern...

    Dodecad Globe 13 for Mik15 vs available modern populations:



    Distance to:
    Mik15


    14.79754372
    Morocco_Jews
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    Here is a 3D PCA with Dodecad Globe 13 using the...

    Here is a 3D PCA with Dodecad Globe 13 using the samples from this study, and the Clemente et al. 2021 samples:

    https://i.imgur.com/wSMZlKv.png
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    I seriously doubt this is remotely correct, but...

    I seriously doubt this is remotely correct, but here it is:

    1. Algerian_Jewish (18.13)
    2. Italian_Jewish (20.13)
    3. Maltese (20.31)
    4. South_Italian (22.00)
    5. Tunisian_Jewish (22.27)
    6....
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    For me, I find it interesting that EBA Helladic...

    For me, I find it interesting that EBA Helladic is similar to LBA Myceneans. To me it shows these Ancient Greeks remained relatively consistent throughout the Bronze Age in the south.
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    Right, but my point is that this is an older...

    Right, but my point is that this is an older Helladic sample, with very little steppe.
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    Mik15 results for MTA: ...

    Mik15 results for MTA:

    https://i.imgur.com/LmHhIPR.png

    1. Early Helladic Manika Euboea Island Greece
    2827 BC - Genetic Distance: 6.165 - Mik15_wgs
    Top 100 % match vs all users


    2....
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    [QUOTE=blevins13;624001] The study they are...

    The study they are from has Mik15 labeled as EBA Helladic, while Log04 is MBA Helladic.

    At any rate, I am actually uploading it to MTA right now. However, I don't find MTA to be as accurate as...
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    [QUOTE=blevins13;623999] Is is not an older...

    Is is not an older sample from Helladic culture?
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    What about Mik15, which is early bronze age...

    What about Mik15, which is early bronze age Helladic?
  23. ^^I can change the topic, as this is more...

    ^^I can change the topic, as this is more interesting.
  24. The modeling is very broad, because it uses mbuti...

    The modeling is very broad, because it uses mbuti as a place holder for very deep ancestry. I would go by the abstract to decipher their composition:

    We document major population turnover in the...
  25. Nevertheless, I think we agree there was...

    Nevertheless, I think we agree there was definitely a non-steppe related CHG contribution from the Caucasus into the levant, which brought on the ethnogenisis of the Semitic speakers.

    I am not...
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