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  1. Thomas Booth was behind the Cheddar Man thing.

    Thomas Booth was behind the Cheddar Man thing.
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    Your links appear to be mostly garbage....

    Your links appear to be mostly garbage. Connections between Western Europe and North Africa go back at least to the Neolithic. Elites in Carnac in Brittany were buried in megalithic tombs with...
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    do you have a source for the possible...

    do you have a source for the possible Afro-Asiatic origin of 'seven' in Indo-European?

    Regarding the supposed Afro-Asiatic substrate in Insular Celtic ... wouldn't that also be apparent in other...
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    Maybe Dorian Greeks, with more steppe-related...

    Maybe Dorian Greeks, with more steppe-related ancestry than the Mycenaean population? Also maybe non-Greeks who assimilated following invasions at the end of the Bronze Age.
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    iirc the metal influence on Shang China is more...

    iirc the metal influence on Shang China is more related to Okunevo and Seima-Turbino, so maybe a western Sintashta-related influence through these cultures rather than directly.
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    If that's real it might have something to do with...

    If that's real it might have something to do with Bell Beaker, which was in North Africa and bizarrely Bell Beaker DNA was in Egyptian pharaohs.
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    It indicates there was a significant steppe...

    It indicates there was a significant steppe influx into Greece, contrary to your statement of 'negligible steppe'.
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    "The Cycladic, the Minoan, and the HeIIadic...

    "The Cycladic, the Minoan, and the HeIIadic (Mycenaean) cultures define the Bronze Age of Greece. We sequenced six EarIy to Middle Bronze Age whole genomes, along with 11 mitochondrial genomes,...
  9. The Genetic Perspective on the Sejma-Turbino...

    The Genetic Perspective on the Sejma-Turbino Transcultural Phenomenon and the Spread of the Uralic Languages

    Ainash Childebayeva, Fabian Fricke, Sergej Kuzminykh, Wolfgang Haak:

    The...
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    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC68226...

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6822619/
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    An example of David reich directly contradicting...

    An example of David reich directly contradicting himself. One year later he published the paper claiming a migration from Sintashta/Andronovo brought Indo-European language to India.
    BTW in that...
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    I don't think they got genome-wide results from...

    I don't think they got genome-wide results from king Tut and family. However their DNA results are an example of unexpected results which provide information that could have been totally missed if...
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    If you were doing a genetic study on the...

    If you were doing a genetic study on the Mycenaeans, and you were not able to get samples from Mycenae (an obvious first choice) for whatever reason, you would expect that to be mentioned or...
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    Well it's a bit like doing the archaeology of...

    Well it's a bit like doing the archaeology of Mycenaean Greece without ever digging up Mycenae. The graves there are full of fascinating artefacts which have inspired lots of theories and...
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    Why not? Apa swords are from the...

    Why not?



    Apa swords are from the Carpathian basin.
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    I don't know what they would reveal, but I find...

    I don't know what they would reveal, but I find it odd that neither the Lazaridis study or apparently the upcoming one from Reich has any samples from there. Why not?
    "Anywhere but Mycenae"...
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    I wonder if any study on Mycenaean Greece will...

    I wonder if any study on Mycenaean Greece will ever include samples from Mycenae?
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    Laziridis suggested the possibility of migration...

    Laziridis suggested the possibility of migration from the steppe to the south Caucasus and from there to Greece. That's his 'Greeks from the east' model, and also that which was suggested by Drews.
  19. From the paper: "previously published nuclear...

    From the paper:

    "previously published nuclear DNA data from Armenoi specimen 503 showed that this individual was genetically distinct from preceding Cretans, and in her genetic profile more...
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    The author Arnaiz-Villena is notorious for...

    The author Arnaiz-Villena is notorious for writing imaginary nonsense.
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    Right, for example racist justifications for...

    Right, for example racist justifications for slavery almost always hinged on whether Indo-European languages originated in Europe or Iran.
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    So this thread died huh.

    So this thread died huh.
  23. https://qph.cf2.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-d72689c4f48...

    https://qph.cf2.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-d72689c4f4887b2b982c9fc9bd5da754

    https://qph.cf2.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-169c4f1e9df32d5d565de6ae5d9e2fce
    Lattoon disc, Ireland, Bronze Age
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    https://qph.cf2.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-20d3be87901ea2b6749e79c1a04f9d98
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    The link works for me:...

    The link works for me: https://atlas-innovations.de/en/

    Your book only mentions evidence for wheeled vehicles dating back to c. 3500 BC, e.g. the Bronocice pot from Poland. However there is...
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