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  1. Didn't the Hongshan have predominant Y-DNA N? If...

    Didn't the Hongshan have predominant Y-DNA N?
    If they expanded and replaced other people, wouldn't there be more Y-DNA N be observed in neolithic and bronze age northern China?
  2. indeed it was speculated long ago, untill this...

    indeed it was speculated long ago, untill this assumption was not 'politicaly correct'
    the 'unbiassed scientist' doesn't exist any more
  3. the title seems somewhat misleading afaik the...

    the title seems somewhat misleading
    afaik the yamnaya was eneolithic
    the later bronze age is sintashta, not yamnaya
  4. There are differences in generation interval in different times and places.

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-021-25524-4?fbclid=IwAR37LDeZ5f3PfEok-3qyfqGIuQvG96l2byc_iXodaaKpJTd3NZmxJI-Bye4

    Different historical generation intervals in human populations inferred from...
  5. here it is : ...

    here it is :

    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/41099-Using-Y-chromosome-capture-enrichment-to-resolve-haplogroup-H2-shows-new-evidence-for?highlight=two-path+Neolithic+expansion
  6. no, it was a thread dedicated to this paper,...

    no, it was a thread dedicated to this paper, maybe an earlier publication though
  7. this paper has already been discussed on another...

    this paper has already been discussed on another thread in this forum

    it shows the German Michelsberg culture branches of from the Mediterranean farmers
  8. in Belgium the death toll is now lower than...

    in Belgium the death toll is now lower than normal, because many elder and weak people died earleir from Covid, who were about to die now

    intead of death toll they should count the years of...
  9. In this study some disconnection appears between...

    In this study some disconnection appears between archeological entities and ethnic entities.
    Which doesn't mean archeology shouldn't be considered and studied.
    But the DNA allows us to discover...
  10. It looks R1b-L51 were very mobile, and some of...

    It looks R1b-L51 were very mobile, and some of it's descendants started to dominate a whole area.
    They ended up establishing a network all over western Europe within a few centuries.
  11. the paper suggests Bohemia was not the origin of...

    the paper suggests Bohemia was not the origin of R1b-L51, the origin could be somewhere in between Bohemia and the British Isles
  12. the paper is dated 2018 and takes into account...

    the paper is dated 2018 and takes into account what has been discovered after 2011-2014
  13. https://www.academia.edu/39985565/Archaeology_Gene...

    https://www.academia.edu/39985565/Archaeology_Genetics_and_Language_in_the_Steppes_A_Comment_on_Bomhard

    I accept Mallory’s reading of the current consensus that theYamnaya expansion, beginning...
  14. that this is wrong the source population is...

    that this is wrong
    the source population is older than yamna
  15. that is what the paper suggests, isn't it? at...

    that is what the paper suggests, isn't it?
    at first CW was more diverse, but later on, one line became more and more dominant

    In addition to autosomal genetic changes through time, we observe
    a...
  16. indeed, and it is the only R1a sample that old...

    indeed, and it is the only R1a sample that old
    and R1a-YP4141 was detected in comb ceramic culture


    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/1d/Comb_Ceramic_Culture.jpg

    R1a probably...
  17. It's a pitty we don't have more resolution on the...

    It's a pitty we don't have more resolution on the I2a2 Unetice samples.
    I-L38 has been identified with German Urnfield and I strongly suspect it's origin is Unetice.
    It expanded around 4500 ybp,...
  18. Simply looking at the dominant Y-DNA allready...

    Simply looking at the dominant Y-DNA allready shows Yamna/CW/Bell Beaker are not the same, alltough this paper seems to suggest that the origins of CW and Bell Beaker are entangled.
    Yet all 3 have...
  19. Is there some table with dates and Y-DNA of the...

    Is there some table with dates and Y-DNA of the samples?
  20. so the arrival of steppe ancestry in Europe was...

    so the arrival of steppe ancestry in Europe was just one of the many genetic turnovers which happened all the time, also among diverse neolithic tribes themselves
  21. yes, that is interesting Yamna is almost...

    yes, that is interesting

    Yamna is almost excluisively R1b-Z2103
    R1b-L51 has nothing to do with Yamna, except that R1b-Z2103 and R1b-L51 have the same ancestor

    probably R1b-M269 were among the...
  22. all those interbreedings with Denisovans while...

    all those interbreedings with Denisovans
    while there is only 1 interbreeding event with Neanderthals which is still present in the extant human population, and 1 interbreeding which led to a dead...
  23. there is also the genetic history of France,...

    there is also the genetic history of France, covering 7000 years

    12860

    there are some samples near the lower Rhone and some along the Aude river, toward the Garonne
    6,6-6,2 ka they were I2a1b,...
  24. Catal Hoyuk didn't have cattle nor ceramics prior...

    Catal Hoyuk didn't have cattle nor ceramics prior to 8,6 ka, when they started to expand into the Barcin area.
    But cattle and ceramics had spread 9-8,8 ka into western Anatolia and across the Aegean...
  25. that's true, for sure but there is the 7,2 ka...

    that's true, for sure
    but there is the 7,2 ka Les Bréguières I2-M423 who were mobile herders with autosomal Cardial Ware DNA,
    followed by the rapid spread of the subclade I2-L161 all over France,...
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