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  1. Yes, although the specific mix fits more closely...

    Yes, although the specific mix fits more closely with Iberian ATP3, which itself fits more closely with prior Steppe-infused Balkanic samples. This suggests to me that Steppe-infused Chalcolithic...
  2. It can be - anything is possible. But is it...

    It can be - anything is possible. But is it likely that real ancestry is the total opposite of what the genetics indicate? No.

    I've just checked up on the history, and find that it doesn't look...
  3. If anyone is able to refute the closeness of this...

    If anyone is able to refute the closeness of this fit or to replicate its closeness using different populations or programs, I would be interested to see it.
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    Yes, this is broadly something that the data...

    Yes, this is broadly something that the data suggests, but this is only part of an overall story that has many other aspects, and the results are not 'about' anything. There is no agenda.
    Also,...
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    Absolutely not, because I broadly agree with what...

    Absolutely not, because I broadly agree with what Anthony thinks. It's his slanted and misleading way of writing that I do not like much.
    Why refer to them only as "children", if not to hint...
  6. Angela, there is little to gain from threatening...

    Angela, there is little to gain from threatening to get "very unpleasant" with people who are indifferent to what happens one way or the other.

    Here is my substantiation. I obtained an optimal...
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    I'm afraid I can't answer that question, Ghani. I...

    I'm afraid I can't answer that question, Ghani. I don't know who Davidski is, and am not really that interested in personalities.
  8. Italics might provide a clue. Their language...

    Italics might provide a clue. Their language group appears to originate in Southern Italy, where aDNA profiles suggest an admixture of ancient Balkan Chalcolithic-like people and more recent North...
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    I have found another population estimated as...

    I have found another population estimated as having a direct trace of Armenian LMBA - modern Southern Italians. The trace is only small, and the profile is not suggestive of Ashkenazi origin, as it...
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    I didn't find it in modern Assyrians, but you...

    I didn't find it in modern Assyrians, but you could be right about Hurrians or ancient Assyrians. I'll look at other South East European aDNA when I get some time, and also check on other...
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    Yes, I've been looking more closely at the LMBA...

    Yes, I've been looking more closely at the LMBA Armenian yDNA haplogroup E-M84, of which there are very many Ashkenazi samples. These Ashkenazis samples appear to fall into two main groups - Y14899...
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    Thanks for these suggestions, everyone, which I...

    Thanks for these suggestions, everyone, which I think all look possible.
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    I think it might have been slightly later...

    I think it might have been slightly later Armenians, but I can't remember.
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    My calculations have so far estimated an Armenian...

    My calculations have so far estimated an Armenian LMBA contribution in four populations - 18% in later Armenian populations, 13% in modern Iranian Jews, 12% in modern Ashkenazi Jews and 6% in modern...
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    Possibly, but still a feasibility worth...

    Possibly, but still a feasibility worth considering.
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    Angela, if you read my posts carefully, you will...

    Angela, if you read my posts carefully, you will find that I am exactly the opposite of emphatic, constantly cautioning that we have insufficient evidence to jump to any assured conclusions about...
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    Yes, a clearly-written summary with some good...

    Yes, a clearly-written summary with some good points, but as usual one that is tarnished by the use of simplistic and misleading language to perpetuate the same old Yamnaya-centric myths.
    A few...
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    Thanks for all the above suggestions. I did try...

    Thanks for all the above suggestions. I did try adding Anatolian BA to the model.
    If Ashkenazis mushroomed from a small community of Jewish refugees mixing with a distinctive Mushki-like people...
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    From their aDNA, any question marks over...

    From their aDNA, any question marks over Ashkenazis' ancestral roots within early Judaism look misguided. If anything, it looks like their Egyptian and early Armenian contributions provide probably...
  20. Unless the original Indo-Europeans migrated...

    Unless the original Indo-Europeans migrated between the Steppe and the mountains, or were spread over an area of land that included both Steppe and mountains.
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    Here are my full results for the historical...

    Here are my full results for the historical non-European contributions -
    Yemeni Jews - 19% Egyptian, 60% Levantine, 0% Armenian LMBA, 20% Iranian, 1% Other
    Iraqi Jews - 0% Egyptian, 46%...
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    Z93 is a subclade of M17. I can't see that the...

    Z93 is a subclade of M17. I can't see that the study tested for Z93. It would be unbelievable if none of the 130 R1a samples in the study were M417/Z93, and all were from M17xM417, which barely...
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    Yes, agreed.

    Yes, agreed.
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    Yes, and these provide data of little useful...

    Yes, and these provide data of little useful value - especially for R1a and R1b.


    Don't ignore the Yazd Zoroastrians, which increase the Zoroastrian sample size substantially. Indeed, it was you...
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    Are these papers comparing Ashkenazi to modern or...

    Are these papers comparing Ashkenazi to modern or historical populations? (aDNA can change substantially over time)
    And which specific types of Levantine/South Euro population? (different types...
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