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  1. How did it get to South America? If European HGs...

    How did it get to South America? If European HGs had boats and they came to America early, shouldn't we see signs of them all along the coast from New England south? Why wasn't the admixture...
  2. A paper analyzing it is here:...

    A paper analyzing it is here:
    https://www.academia.edu/649220/The_Eulau_Eulogy_Bioarchaeological_Interpretation_of_Lethal_Violence_in_Corded_Ware_Multiple_Burials_from_Saxony-Anhalt_Germany

    They...
  3. Perhaps the J2 comes from South Central Asia. ...

    Perhaps the J2 comes from South Central Asia.

    Thanks a lot, Maciamo!
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    Poll: It seems that Underhill's claim is that R1a...

    It seems that Underhill's claim is that R1a diversified in Iran. If that is the case how did it get to Karelia? Why is the oldest R found in Siberia? Why are the closest relatives of R (Q, N, O)...
  5. Kristiansen and Larrson doesn't directly discuss...

    Kristiansen and Larrson doesn't directly discuss German ethnogenesis. Is there some summary of Euler's arguments in English? 'North of the Aller, West of the Elbe' is Northern Germany. Think Bremen,...
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    23andme and me apparently chose obscure SNPs to...

    23andme and me apparently chose obscure SNPs to name their haplogroups with no regard for established practice. You can look up SNPs at https://www.yfull.com/tree/. Unfortunately, they don't list...
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    Does anyone know if Charlemagne has any...

    Does anyone know if Charlemagne has any documented direct male line descendants? Any guesses what his haplogroup might be? I would imagine R1b-U106 is the most likely possibility.
  8. Check back in 2025.

    Check back in 2025.
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    Could no one find modern descendents? In light of...

    Could no one find modern descendents? In light of the recent R1b results this might be prescient.
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    That thread would be fine.

    That thread would be fine.
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    Angela, if this isn't the place, could you move...

    Angela, if this isn't the place, could you move our discussion to an appropriate thread?
  12. How many women could a chieftain keep in his...

    How many women could a chieftain keep in his harem?

    If there was a plague, the IEs may have escaped it by being healthier. As I recall, Corded Ware people were healthier than their predecessors....
  13. Historically, successful barbarians invaders have...

    Historically, successful barbarians invaders have at the very least been able to put a much larger percentage of their populations in the field and in the case of China, India, and the Middle East...
  14. I don't think farmer girls were hotter. What I...

    I don't think farmer girls were hotter. What I meant was that when invading IEs initially conquered the farmers and wiped out a large portion of their population, the more attractive nubile farmer...
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    Poll: The R1b-V88 could have come from Villabruna-like...

    The R1b-V88 could have come from Villabruna-like people who settled in Anatolia after leaving the steppe. At some point they adopted Afro-asiatic languages (or brought them) and moved south through...
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    1) Steppe men were significantly taller than...

    1) Steppe men were significantly taller than Neolithic and Mesolithic people.
    2) In the case of Corded Ware, roving war parties of R1b men may have cleared the future Corded Ware territory of...
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    Thanks for providing the statistics. If the...

    Thanks for providing the statistics. If the Xiongnu were immigrants from Siberia, we would expect them to ancestrally to have been a mixture of West Eurasian Y haplogroups (R1a, R1b, I2) and native...
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    Maps for East Asia Request

    I know Eupedia has a European focus, but its maps are superior to any on the internet. Would it be to much to ask for Maciamo to prepare haplogroup maps for East Asia and perhaps other regions in the...
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    Balto-Slavic is the common ancestor of the Baltic...

    Balto-Slavic is the common ancestor of the Baltic and Slavic languages that separated long after the breakup of PIE.
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    A number of people have concluded that the Huns...

    A number of people have concluded that the Huns spoke a Yeniseian language or even an Iranian language. A study of a Xiongnu graveyard found that nearly half the Y hgs were R and Q (the rest were C),...
  21. It's a fallacy that related haplogroups need to...

    It's a fallacy that related haplogroups need to be related autosomally. R1b-L21 and R1b-V88 diverged much more recently than I1 and I2, but R1b-L21 peaks in Ireland and R1b-V88 peaks in Cameroon. The...
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    Is it technically difficult to approximate Haak...

    Is it technically difficult to approximate Haak et al.? Davidski apparently did but hasn't published it on Gedmatch.
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    Poll: And how did that work out?

    And how did that work out?
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    What evidence is there for QinShiHuang or...

    What evidence is there for QinShiHuang or Xiangyu's haplogroups?
  25. It was actually Middle Earth. Toba was Mount Doom.

    It was actually Middle Earth. Toba was Mount Doom.
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