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  1. The article is only for subscribers. Do they...

    The article is only for subscribers. Do they mention which HLA types are more common in the North vs South?
  2. The 24 samples tested are from the...

    The 24 samples tested are from the Periam-Pecica/Mureş culture, which covered northern Serbia, southeastern Hungary and western Romania. It is contemporary with the late Bell Beaker phenomenon and...
  3. So the Neanderthal variant increases fertility...

    So the Neanderthal variant increases fertility but also risk for endometrial ovarian cancer...
  4. MyTrueAncestry - closest modern countries to ancient ethnicities

    This thread is dedicated to comparing the the closest results of people from various European countries and regions to specific ancient archaeological cultures (e.g. Corded Ware, Unetice, Nordic...
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    Big Five is also one a scale from 0 to 100....

    Big Five is also one a scale from 0 to 100. Anyway I am attributing character traits to culture here, so there is no test or bell curve.
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    没问题。 请用中文解释。

    没问题。 请用中文解释。
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    I ran 13 Belgian samples and none of them got...

    I ran 13 Belgian samples and none of them got Belgae in their top populations! Most get the Franks, Saxons or even Danish Vikings and Visigoths. Three have Celts and Gauls, but no Belgae. Very odd as...
  8. E-V65 is a North African lineage found from Egypt...

    E-V65 is a North African lineage found from Egypt to Morocco. It is also found in Palestine, Lebanon, Greece, southern Italy, Sicily and Sardinia. Considering that the Levant was under Egyptian rule...
  9. It is the same paper as here...

    It is the same paper as here.
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    The American financier and banker J.-P .Morgan...

    The American financier and banker J.-P .Morgan (1837-1913) descended from Sargent Miles Morgan who migrated from Wales to Massachusetts. This places him in Group 23 in the Morgan Surname Y-DNA...
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    Ernest Hemingway...

    Ernest Hemingway, Nobel Prize of Literature in 1954, was a descendant of Ralph Hemingway who emigrated from England to Boston, MA. As such he must have belonged to...
  12. Just look at the haplogroups from this study. The...

    Just look at the haplogroups from this study. The migrants were primarily J1, with minorities of E1b1b, J2, T1a and only one R1b. That blend looks almost stereotypically Semitic.

    Btw, the map you...
  13. Good point. That shows how ethnically fragmented...

    Good point. That shows how ethnically fragmented Neolithic Germany (+ Alsace) was. Some I2a tribes with considerable WHG, some H2 tribes with almost no WHG, other G2a tribes and E1b1b tribes...
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  14. The PCA plot of the samples tested in relation...

    The PCA plot of the samples tested in relation with other Mesolithic and Neolithic genomes.

    The Stuttgart-Mühlhausen samples (SMH) who were made entirely of Y-haplogroups F and H2 plot within the...
  15. I have reorganised the Excel table S1 to read the...

    I have reorganised the Excel table S1 to read the haplogroups more easily. Neolithic Stuttgart stands out by being entirely composed of Y-haplogroups F and H2 ! No G2a at all! Just on the other side...
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    Previous samples had shown that modern Belgians's...

    Previous samples had shown that modern Belgians's dominant ancestry was Germanic (Frankish and Saxon), but with a substantial minority of Celtic. The new Gaulish and Belgic samples show give even...
  17. You are talking about the Neo-Assyrian Empire...

    You are talking about the Neo-Assyrian Empire (911–609 BCE), which did take over the Levant and even Egypt at its apex in 671 BCE, not the Old Assyrian Empire (2025-1522 BCE) that matches the time...
  18. The Akkadians bordered the Zagros and South...

    The Akkadians bordered the Zagros and South Caucasus. My argument is that their expansion and pressure on their neighbour would have displaced part of the region's population to the Levant.

    The...
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    I match both samples at a GD of about 14.

    I match both samples at a GD of about 14.
  20. The Romanisation of Gaul - a sophisticated process of acculturation

    When have been discussing recent papers on ancient Italy and Gaul. I thought I would share this historically accurate Franco-Italian documentary on how the Italians won the Gallic hearts by...
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    Actor Kevin Costner...

    Actor Kevin Costner descends from George Adam Costner (Kastner) from Edenkoben, R-P, Germany, and his father Andreas Kastner. This places him in group 2 in the Kastner Y-DNA Project, who belong to...
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    Actor Alec Baldwin...

    Actor Alec Baldwin is a descendant of John Baldwin (1635-1683) of Stonington, Connecticut, which places him in the R1b-U106 cluster in the Baldwin Surname Y-DNA Project. Nevgen assign his haplotype...
  23. The main point of this paper is the migration of...

    The main point of this paper is the migration of people from the Zagros and/or Caucasus to the Levant between 2500–1000 BCE. It's surprising that the authors fail to mention anything about the...
  24. This mixture table shows that Medieval Lebanese...

    This mixture table shows that Medieval Lebanese had acquired 2-3% of East African DNA, while Modern Lebanese have an additional 7 to 17% Caucasian.
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  25. Here is the haplogroup table from the paper. ...

    Here is the haplogroup table from the paper.

    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=12119

    That confirms that I2a1b-M436 was already in the Levant by the Iron Age. The...
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