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  1. https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-b20e7224d51e...

    https://qph.fs.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-b20e7224d51edeacd5904202f9c277a8
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    cool:cool-v: it is close to your branch under...

    cool:cool-v:
    it is close to your branch under T:smile:
  3. go to supplementary Materials: other...

    go to
    supplementary Materials:

    other supplementary material for this manu - script includes the following :
    Table S1 to S37

    press- Download :cool-v:

    go to table S3:smile:
  4. here is another new paper this time with dna...

    here is another new paper
    this time with dna from ancient south korea and japan:smile:

    Triangulation supports agricultural spread of the Transeurasian languages

    Dataset is already available:...
  5. Nice to see those D:cool-v: It realy look like ...

    Nice to see those D:cool-v:
    It realy look like
    A jomon marker
    places from where ancient samples were
    taken from this present research

    https://i.imgur.com/XPoSCOX.jpg
  6. it is not avars from caucasus it is the...

    it is not avars from caucasus
    it is the barbarian avars from szoald grave yard
    in g25 they cluster with modern poles
    so this refernce it is a good source for slavic admixture influence
    on...
  7. it is damn hard for me to protect his method ...

    it is damn hard for me to protect his method
    but since the lazaridis paper with the marathon sample is not published yet
    and we dont have the danubian limes bam files of the balkan bronze age...
  8. good post by michaelis from anthrogenica...

    good post by michaelis from anthrogenica :good_job:
    so i share it
    .

    Averaged HRV IA and BGR IA under assumption you'll get a fair Balkans IA centroid that way. The Sclaveni probably already had...
  9. https://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif Genos...

    https://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif Genos Historia [email protected], Arza,

    Looks like this Bronze age, Eneolithic DNA in Italy is available.
    Seguin-Orland 2021...
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    Sorry to hear , I thoght they could...

    Sorry to hear ,
    I thoght they could help:rolleyes2:
    Maybe some e-v13 member here
    Can help

    P.s
    Maybe you should upload to yfull
    Maybe that could help
  11. Unfortuntely 🤔 We don't have there autosomal...

    Unfortuntely 🤔
    We don't have there autosomal file
    Since the researcher never releasd them
    We only know there uniparental markers
    Y haplogroup and mtdna ...
    It is possible they were also...
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    Maybe the administrators There can help you ? ...

    Maybe the administrators
    There can help you ?
    https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/e3b/about/background

    P.s
    Either wat there are e-v13's in our forum who could help
  13. Pretty cool Talking about continue :cool-v: ...

    Pretty cool
    Talking about continue :cool-v:

    Distance to:Cycladic_EBA:Kou03
    0.05204134Greek_Kos
    0.05385652Greek_Dodecanese
    0.05480986Cypriot_B
    0.05680599Italian_Calabria...
  14. He was tall i jelous :grin: He was dubbed as...

    He was tall i jelous :grin:

    He was dubbed as “the Giant” by the archaeologists responsible for the excavation (here referred to as the “Segorbe Giant”), due to his unusual height (184–190 cm)...
  15. bronze age aegean remains in G25 ( davidski)...

    bronze age aegean
    remains in G25 ( davidski)

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0092867421003706



    Distance to: Helladic_MBA:Log02
    0.02523331 Greek_Thessaly...
  16. Bam files : ...

    Bam files :

    https://www.ebi.ac.uk/ena/browser/view/PRJEB45006?show=reads
  17. the samples they used for this research Table...

    the samples they used for this research

    Table 1 Modern study populations of the Caucasus. Latitude and longitude georeference population hubs.From: Landscape genetics and the genetic legacy of...
  18. i am sure j2 generally speaking would show up i...

    i am sure j2 generally speaking would show up i would be in shock if not:thinking:
    about j-L70 i hope for you :wink:
  19. this should be interesting paper:thinking: ...

    this should be interesting paper:thinking:

    Abstract #: 3776 EXPLORING THE GENETIC DIVERSITY OF MAGNA GRAECIA – THE CASE OF CAMPANIA
    Alissa Mittnik1,2, Alfredo Coppa3,4,5, Alessandra Sperduti6,7,...
  20. Thanks kudos:good_job:

    Thanks kudos:good_job:
  21. Interesting:cool-v: Can you try to model...

    Interesting:cool-v:
    Can you try to model aschenazi jews( moldovan jews) and cretans
    With this combination of
    iron age bulgaria+ early slav CZE ?
  22. thats why i think they probably also increased...

    thats why i think they probably also increased the baltic in the north of italy
    afcorse it was minimal compare to the steppe movement
    i understand from angela that there( LOMBARDS) y haplogroup...
  23. ok ,:good_job: thats what i thought the most...

    ok ,:good_job:
    thats what i thought
    the most logical explanation
  24. so my conclusion that it was a native elment if...

    so my conclusion that it was a native elment
    if it was present in italics and etruscans
    very likely that the migration from the steppe increase it though :thinking:
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    maybe in anthrogenica they can help you they...

    maybe in anthrogenica they can help you
    they know how to play with ancient genomes:wink:
    it will be hard for them to use the marathon roman era sample though
    since this paper isn't published yet...
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