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    It's a quite subsidiary question here, almost out...

    It's a quite subsidiary question here, almost out of topic, but Pelasgians were rather Meta-Italic people surely linked to Phillistins and their predecessors in today Greece were kind of I-Ean...
  2. Les auteurs ont ensuite recherché d'éventuelles...

    Les auteurs ont ensuite recherché d'éventuelles relations familiales entre ces individus. Ils ont ainsi montré que seulement onze individus présentent des relations proches (jusqu'au troisième...
  3. Les mesures de datation au radiocarbone ont...

    Les mesures de datation au radiocarbone ont montré que ces squelettes datent de 4200 av. JC. correspondant à la culture Énéolithique (âge du cuivre) de Lasinja. Les analyses anthropologiques ont...
  4. some copy and paste of his blog, a very peaceful...

    some copy and paste of his blog, a very peaceful one indeed:

    La violence est présente dans les sociétés humaines depuis au moins 13.000 ans comme le montrent les différents sites archéologiques...
  5. Genome-wide analysis of nearly all the victims of a 6200 year old massacre

    Mabe (?) a new paper of Mario Novak and : Genome-wide analysis of nearly all the victims of a 6200 year old massacre. -
    Thanks to Bernard Sécher (Bernard Sécher blog free, in french), analysis of a...
  6. Thread: R1b-L51

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    Y-R1b came from steppes in a broad sense, in...

    Y-R1b came from steppes in a broad sense, in ancient times, but it's true it's old story. But don't took as granted that the cradle of later downstreams are from western Europe. Some of them reach...
  7. Thread: Cheddar man

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    It seems every mt haplo is Middle eastern!!! a...

    It seems every mt haplo is Middle eastern!!! a well known path for migrations from South into Europe (not by force the only one). But it is no more a typical Middle East haplo, if it has ever been,...
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    @Angela Sometimes I find Gaska a bit obstinate...

    @Angela
    Sometimes I find Gaska a bit obstinate (a quality, too) and sometimes taking lacks of traces as proofs of non-existance (we know it isn't not more a proof of existance!) excluding the...
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    @Gaska you wrote: first DF27 *EHU002 El Hundido...

    @Gaska
    you wrote: first DF27
    *EHU002 El Hundido (2.434 BC)-- HapY-R1b-P312-Mit-K1a4/a1-BB burial-Oval pit in the corridor of a dolmen-Male+45 years, 1,85 m, fetal position in right lateral...
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    I add it seems the Bronze in Iberia weakened...

    I add it seems the Bronze in Iberia weakened after the collapse in Eastern Mediterranea; surely it marks the break down of dense enough commrcial an human relations beween both regions at those...
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    I don't remember where I read this. It's maybe a...

    I don't remember where I read this. It's maybe a too much extrapolation by someone. But it seems that Eastern Mediterranean influences have been at play in Southern Iberia, (not in Basque country),...
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    Gracias. Later I 'll come back about the Basque...

    Gracias.
    Later I 'll come back about the Basque question and the concept of homogeneity in Iberian Chalco.
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    You don't read acutely my posts, sometimes. ...

    You don't read acutely my posts, sometimes.
    concerning Olalde and R1b in Iberia
    https://indo-european.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/iberia-admixture-y-dna.jpg?x37279
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    I can read spanish, if I hardly speak it. OK for...

    I can read spanish, if I hardly speak it. OK for the link you propose, over all if they speak too of anDNA and not only of archeology.
    THanks beforehand
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    I have no time just now, I take some rest. But I...

    I have no time just now, I take some rest.
    But I agree with some of your statements, not all of them. So, read you and me again.
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    @Gaska - Nobody will never believe that some...

    @Gaska
    - Nobody will never believe that some obscure chalcolithic minorities of the 3000’s BC, based in spots between Portugal and S-W Spain colonised genetically the whole western Europe....
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    OK Gaska. Have you the auDNA making of these two...

    OK Gaska. Have you the auDNA making of these two men? (apparently BB's). And do you find 2 examples are a demonstration?
    That said Ciempozuelos vessel as it seems were not older than 1900 BC. Are...
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    I answer to some arguments by Gaska. If I write...

    I answer to some arguments by Gaska. If I write "Moesan says", it is not because I want to take God's place, but for practical purposes.

    Gaska said :
    post #7
    NO, NO , NO, the rest of...
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    Agree, I forget always to mention this fact. But...

    Agree, I forget always to mention this fact. But in what proportions? My experience tells me that the most of foreign people come along power when economy is at its high point, go away when power...
  20. Sticky: "... containing some WHG element...." > being one...

    "... containing some WHG element...." > being one of the WHG contribution.
  21. Sticky: I agree at least for that: some 'anatolian N' in...

    I agree at least for that: some 'anatolian N' in the 'caucasus' and less ANE in it as a whole. The 'gedrosia' part contains more of this ANE, and is closer to the kind of CHG which was on the...
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    I have no proof just now, but I even think the...

    I have no proof just now, but I even think the EEF elements in both are not exactly the same.
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    Firstable, I don't think Toscana was genetically...

    Firstable, I don't think Toscana was genetically a compltely homogenous region; but taken at a global level, I doubt Sardinians and Toscans could form an almost single population.
  24. Thread: R1b-L51

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    we could risk that L269 and L23 were around...

    we could risk that L269 and L23 were around Poland/Balt countries/Eastern Balkans/Western Russia & Ukraina about the 4000's BC, maybe a bit sooner for L269 and a bit later for L23? The L51 seem the...
  25. Gaska, I don' think your Kourganists forged some...

    Gaska, I don' think your Kourganists forged some fairy tales about Britan BB and The Netherlands BB, if they did it for other stories, but it seems to me that the most of them were very close, what...
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