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  1. these were probably E-M329 the ancestors of the...

    these were probably E-M329 the ancestors of the 4,5 ka Mota, and possibly also of there brotherclade ,E-M2/M291 the ancestors of the Bantu
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    I guess the IJ split happened in Georgia....

    I guess the IJ split happened in Georgia.
    Ortvale Klde, Dzudzuana cave, ...
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    so, we can expect more DNA from the late Mycenean...

    so, we can expect more DNA from the late Mycenean elite?
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    what is the date of the grave?

    what is the date of the grave?
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    EHG/CHG seems to have been present all over the...

    EHG/CHG seems to have been present all over the eastern part of the Pontic steppe, maybe since 7 ka
    apart from that, Khvalynsk had some additional Siberian DNA, which was also present in the 5.15 ka...
  6. Zurich 2,2 ka I guess she was Gaulish. Then her...

    Zurich 2,2 ka
    I guess she was Gaulish.
    Then her father very likely had Y-DNA R1b-U152.
    For mtDNA there are many possibilities.
    Autosomal a mix of CE BB and EEF.
    On the British Isles the CE BB...
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    https://www.yfull.com/tree/R-Z2124/ no, it is...

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/R-Z2124/

    no, it is not
    it is Sintashta culture and origin is Abashevo culture
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    this could be ...

    this could be

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/R-Y52/
    https://www.yfull.com/tree/R-YP4768/
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    if these samples are really Huns, then the dating...

    if these samples are really Huns, then the dating and the location suggests a link between Xiongnu and Huns

    is there DNA available from Xiongnu/Huns to compare with these samples?
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    which subclades are they? and what is their...

    which subclades are they?
    and what is their TMRCA?
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    R1b1a1a2-M269 Tocharians? No, R1b2-PH155 Huns!...

    R1b1a1a2-M269 Tocharians?
    No, R1b2-PH155 Huns!
    The complete set of aligned Y SNP calls from the Tianshan individuals:...
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    In 2018, a wolf – Naya – was recorded in...

    In 2018, a wolf – Naya – was recorded in Flanders, Belgium for the first time in over a century. Naya’s radio collar showed that she had come from Germany through the Netherlands.

    Now a year later...
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    I don't think so.

    I don't think so.
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    first people in the Tarim Basin periphery oasises...

    first people in the Tarim Basin periphery oasises arrived ca 4 ka

    11239
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    check the location of Shirenzigou via the...

    check the location of Shirenzigou
    via the Dzungarian Basin it is connected to the Altaï steppe
    it is north of the Gobi desert which seperates it from the Gansu corridor and China proper

    maybe...
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    the Y-DNA is R1b-M269, possibly Z2103 and...

    the Y-DNA is R1b-M269, possibly Z2103
    and autosomal it is lacking EEF, just like Yamna, but unlike Sintashta or Andronovo

    their Yamna ancestry is very likely
    the question is, how do they know...
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    Our results suggest that the Yamnaya and/or...

    Our results suggest that the Yamnaya and/or Afanasievo-relatedancestry expanded further south through the Dzungarian Basininto the northern slope of the Tianshan Mountains in Xinjiangsince at least...
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    iron age tocharian DNA

    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/334706747_Ancient_Genomes_Reveal_Yamnaya-Related_Ancestry_and_a_Potential_Source_of_Indo-European_Speakers_in_Iron_Age_Tianshan?fbclid=IwAR1Wt6yIR13teWlrMTkR23...
  19. the arrival of the first steppe ancestry in...

    the arrival of the first steppe ancestry in Iberia shows both men and women arrived
    but the men had huge offspring from several women, both with steppe ancestry and local
    the women couldn't produce...
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    I would think the Lebanese and the Canaanites...

    I would think the Lebanese and the Canaanites were already genetically very close since the bronze age.
    And what about the Nabateans who moved in after the deportation of the Jews?
    Wouldn't they...
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    yes, I know, it is a specific group, but they are...

    yes, I know, it is a specific group, but they are big enough in Israel to bend the laws to their advantage
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    that is what the paper says indeed the genetic...

    that is what the paper says indeed
    the genetic trace of the Philistines has dissapeared

    that is what he said :

    NETANYAHU: ARCHAEOLOGY, DNA PROVE PALESTINIANS NOT NATIVE TO LAND OF ISRAEL...
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    probably some boasting was around just like...

    probably some boasting was around

    just like wanting to have the tallest building in the world today

    somehow the newcomers to the area wanted to impress
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    Nethanyanu already used this report to say that...

    Nethanyanu already used this report to say that Palestinians are newcomers (3200 years ago?) who have no claims whatsoever to make.
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    the probable origins of ancient Greece

    it is ealy Heladic
    on the cycladic islands, not mainland Greece

    Excavations on a tiny island in the Aegean Sea – 125 miles southeast of Athens – are revealing the earliest truly monumental...
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