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  1. You say "the steppe was the land of nomad...

    You say "the steppe was the land of nomad PASTORALISTS" and then you admit that the earliest nomad pastoralists were those who lived in Iran, not the steppe, so if these nomad pastoralists migrated...
  2. You are wrong those who originally lived in the...

    You are wrong those who originally lived in the steppe were nomadic hunter gatherers, nomadic pastoralism originated in the mountainous Zagros region in Iran, not the steppe:...
  3. You may be right but I think you also want to...

    You may be right but I think you also want to fool me, when they say there are also R1a-SRY1532.2(xM198) and R1a-M198(xM417) in Iran, it means they are negative for M198 and M417, so they couldn't be...
  4. I see nothing about Iranian R1a (M198/M17) in...

    I see nothing about Iranian R1a (M198/M17) in this thread.
  5. Would you please inform me? What are new studies...

    Would you please inform me? What are new studies regarding Iranian R1a?
  6. Other than Underhill and Grugni, as you read in...

    Other than Underhill and Grugni, as you read in Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_R1a According to Di Cristofaro et al. "All Iranian R1a individuals carried the M198 and M17...
  7. Well said, the steppe was the land of nomads,...

    Well said, the steppe was the land of nomads, such as Turkic, Mongolic, Uralic and Hunnic people, not Hittites, Persians, Greeks, Romans, Indians and other major Indo-European people, of course there...
  8. No, because I believe Iran is the source, not the...

    No, because I believe Iran is the source, not the destination. It is actually what geneticists believe: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_R1a
    ...
  9. In the ancient times Central Asians couldn't fly...

    In the ancient times Central Asians couldn't fly over Iran to reach the Levant, anyway it is not important because this haplogroup is R1a-M417, not a subclade of R1a-Z93, and Central Asia is not in...
  10. Of course if you don't study the DNA of ancient...

    Of course if you don't study the DNA of ancient skeletons in Tepe Sialk and other ancient sites in Central Iran, you will never find R1a there, but for example we see this haplogroup is found in the...
  11. They are not rare in Iran but I think Iranians...

    They are not rare in Iran but I think Iranians also see them as the most beautiful eye colors, some of the most famous Iranian celebrities have light brown eyes, like this one:
    ...
  12. I didn't get what you mean, do you mean R1a-M417...

    I didn't get what you mean, do you mean R1a-M417 is Proto-Indo-European haplogroup? So both Bronze Age Fatyanovo and Levant were Proto-Indo-European cultures in the 3rd-2nd millennium BC?!
    The fact...
  13. According to "The phylogenetic and geographic...

    According to "The phylogenetic and geographic structure of Y-chromosome haplogroup R1a", by Peter A. Underhill et al.:
  14. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarmatism:...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarmatism: Sarmatism (or Sarmatianism) is an ethno-cultural concept with a shade of politics designating the formation of an idea of Poland's origin from Sarmatians, an...
  15. Which one? For example what was Sarmatian...

    Which one? For example what was Sarmatian haplogroup?

    https://kherada.com/Picture/0-7407-sarmatia%201604.jpg
  16. R1a-M417 is an Indo-Iranian haplogroup, it has...

    R1a-M417 is an Indo-Iranian haplogroup, it has been also found far south in the Levant where ancient Mitanni was located, there are several Indo-Iranian words in Finno-Ugric languages, so this...
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    Not the Pontic Steppe, but Mukana (Mugan) Steppe....

    Not the Pontic Steppe, but Mukana (Mugan) Steppe.

    https://www.molokane.org/places/FSU/Azerbiadjian/map_Mugan_steppe.GIF
  18. A migration from Sardinia to the West Asia in the...

    A migration from Sardinia to the West Asia in the Bronze Age is certainly possible, ancient Mesopotamians and other people of West Asia learned many things from them, like building ziggurats, I...
  19. About 30% of Iranians have light eyes but most of...

    About 30% of Iranians have light eyes but most of them are light brown: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2452232518300210

    http://uupload.ir/files/911_iraneyes.jpg
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    There is a good point here: The Genomic History...

    There is a good point here: The Genomic History of Southeastern Europe



    As you see it says steppe ancestry is rare in the Balkan peninsula until the late Bronze Age (1200–700 BC) but Mycenaean...
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    Immigrants who are "largely similar genetically",...

    Immigrants who are "largely similar genetically", are actually "the same people with the same culture", Minoan, Helladic and Cycladic cultures were not the same, the only culture which became common...
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    As I said in my previous post, the main problem...

    As I said in my previous post, the main problem is that Minoans didn't live in the mainland Greece, so Mycenaeans who lived in mainland Greece couldn't obtain about 80% of their ancestry from them. ...
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    "If there was a Mionan-like population in...

    "If there was a Mionan-like population in mainland Greece", in fact he means if it is proved that people of mainland Greece were also Minoans then we can consider a steppe theory too. But we know...
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    It doesn't make a big difference, there could be...

    It doesn't make a big difference, there could be also some migrations from Siberia and eastern Europe to Eurasian steppe or Armenia, Mukanians (Mycenaeans) migrated from this region in the northwest...
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    It has nothing to do with Persians, this is Pars...

    It has nothing to do with Persians, this is Pars (Persia), modern Fars province in Iran:

    http://uupload.ir/files/51g_fars.jpg

    Armenians, Azeris, Kurds, Gilakis and other people who live in the...
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