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  1. I am not opposed to this at all.

    I am not opposed to this at all.
  2. So you're just going to ignore what that study I...

    So you're just going to ignore what that study I cited says about two dispersal events that predate the Bronze Age movements of Indo-Europeans? Why because it doesn't suit you? My evidences? So you...
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    It'll be interesting if you turn out DF29-,...

    It'll be interesting if you turn out DF29-, perhaps positive for some of the other downstream SNPs of M253, like Z131 (I1b) or Z17925 (I1c).
  4. Thread: Big Y 700

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    From what I've heard a few people who have their...

    From what I've heard a few people who have their results have received a fair bit of novel variants. This of course could be important for timing estimations of various Y trees, and depending on how...
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    Hello, and welcome to the forum! It may be...

    Hello, and welcome to the forum!

    It may be that the specific website you uploaded to does not have ancient Native American data yet. There are many ancient samples from North America but they may...
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    I also found this via Phylogeographer:...

    I also found this via Phylogeographer: https://phylogeographer.com/ancient-dna-viewer/?H

    A fair number of H-P96 in Neolithic (and older) samples in prehistoric Europe. The map is set for both H1...
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    I looked for M9313 on Ybrowse and it belongs to...

    I looked for M9313 on Ybrowse and it belongs to H-SK1190, which is called H-Y19962 on YFull. There is also this thread here about it. H-Y19962 split from H-Y21618 about 16,000 years ago and it has a...
  8. Yeah, but you are ignoring the abstract and the...

    Yeah, but you are ignoring the abstract and the conclusions within as they pertain to the U7 in Near East and Europe:



    I will also quote:



    Do you see what they are saying? They are saying...
  9. What does Jastorf culture show links with? Oh...

    What does Jastorf culture show links with? Oh that's right the Nordic Bronze Age. It developed out of the Nordic Bronze Age and had influences from Hallstatt to the south.

    Nadia Haupt was looking...
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    Is your terminal SNP really P96? Have you done...

    Is your terminal SNP really P96? Have you done Big Y or any NGS testing? I'm not sure if YSEQ has any SNP packs available for H2, but they might.
  11. Thread: cts6364

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    I think you can find Alexander Hamilton's Y-DNA...

    I think you can find Alexander Hamilton's Y-DNA info on the Clan Hamilton DNA project website, or from Ken Nordtvedt himself (his maternal family is descended from Alexander Hamilton).
    I'm a little...
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    I certainly understand the frustration of having...

    I certainly understand the frustration of having a haplogroup or at least a haplotype that is not the most common. My own haplogroup (well the basal paragroup), while a bit more common than yours my...
  13. A "~30,000 year old" haplogroup that likely...

    A "~30,000 year old" haplogroup that likely originated in the Black Sea area?
    https://www.nature.com/articles/srep46044

    To quote the entire abstract:
  14. The lone instance of it in a single female Viking...

    The lone instance of it in a single female Viking grave? I'm not ignoring it, it is a single sample, you cannot use that as evidence of anything when we already know that a fair number of people from...
  15. R1b was a less common haplogroup according to...

    R1b was a less common haplogroup according to present data so far in Paleolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic samples in Europe: https://www.eupedia.com/europe/ancient_european_dna.shtml

    The clades...
  16. That video does not even dive into the specific...

    That video does not even dive into the specific subclades within each population. Assuming that all of the R-M269 is Celtic is ridiculous.
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    Somebody got some 'splainin to do! It'd be...

    Somebody got some 'splainin to do!

    It'd be nice to get some sort of comprehensive analysis on some Plantagenets/Angevins.
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    n=13 is a small sample size and of a modern...

    n=13 is a small sample size and of a modern people. You can't make a strong inference from that. So many factors can be at play here that would cause an increase or decrease in specific haplogroups....
  19. No evidence for Celtic or Italic? Stop t-rolling....

    No evidence for Celtic or Italic? Stop t-rolling.
    So you are ignoring the chronology of R1b samples and their phylogeny. Also, Pictish was most likely a Celtic language, so it was IE.
    Pretty...
  20. Right, I see them. That thread was deleted...

    Right, I see them.

    That thread was deleted because you were warned by one of the moderators to stop posting tin-foil hat pseudo-history stuff. There is no conspiracy to hide any historical...
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    https://www.yfull.com/tree/I-Z2069/ I-Z2069 is...

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/I-Z2069/

    I-Z2069 is approximately 5200 years old according to YFull, with a TMRCA of 4900 years ago. It seems to be spread from Germany, Czech Republic, Portugal,...
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    I wouldn't make any claims quite yet, they have...

    I wouldn't make any claims quite yet, they have noted that it's possible that PEC2,5 and 8 have group calls affected by low numbers of mapping on the Y-chromosome. That's reflected with PEC1 and 4...
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    I couldn't find anything on your terminal SNP,...

    I couldn't find anything on your terminal SNP, but I did find: https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-Z16988/, formed 2900 years ago and it seems dispersed throughout Europe judging by YFull's data.
  24. Yeah, I have wondered the same thing that you and...

    Yeah, I have wondered the same thing that you and Nornosh have wondered, they are on branches from the R-Y14415 node dated to 5200 ybp, so perhaps Yamnaya fits?. Do you have a link to the...
  25. CB Horvath never actually says there are any...

    CB Horvath never actually says there are any ancient samples, he just proposes that L664 is responsible for Rossen, however preceding cultural periods (Linear Pottery Culture from Germany to Hungary)...
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