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    Where did you take this languauge tree? What...

    Where did you take this languauge tree? What surprises me is that "magyar" = Hungarian appears as a branch of turkic
  2. Ask the authors... in short I do not trust these...

    Ask the authors... in short I do not trust these data, because they only tested Tat, on very few samples with early technology. Nevertheless according to our preliminary Y data N1c (Tat) is present...
  3. Not so much. DNA is hard science. Sent from my...

    Not so much. DNA is hard science.

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  4. From same father but 2 different mothers.

    From same father but 2 different mothers.
  5. According to both Y and autosomal STR they are...

    According to both Y and autosomal STR they are brothers.
  6. What is the point?

    What is the point?
  7. I have asked for the sequence, two hungarians...

    I have asked for the sequence, two hungarians from Karos1 are nearly identical....
  8. This is another thing we must sometimes go after....

    This is another thing we must sometimes go after. You seem to be extremely well informed about hungarian anthropological and archaeological issues, as if these textbooks were on your shelf and read...
  9. I am inclined to beleive you, but my problem is...

    I am inclined to beleive you, but my problem is the large time gap and historical turmoil during this time gap between the Huns and Hungarians in this region.
    If Getica is right, the returning Goths...
  10. Then our data need a better explanation.... There...

    Then our data need a better explanation.... There must have neen another german group out on the steppe with high cultural affinity to huns and even higher genetic affinity to scandinavians...
  11. Yes, these are closest to present day Buryats,...

    Yes, these are closest to present day Buryats, inner Mongolians and Manchurians so far....
    Mansis appear only on further side branches if they appear at all. So far....
  12. Exactly, these are typical non christian steppe...

    Exactly, these are typical non christian steppe nomad burials with horses and other gifts.
  13. But how it is possible to distinguish so between...

    But how it is possible to distinguish so between a Viking / Rus DNA from a Goth DNA if both had their origins in Sweden?

    What you say is quite reasonable, however in case of Goth origin I would...
  14. I know it from our unpublished NGS data, which...

    I know it from our unpublished NGS data, which will be sent out shortly.How else could you interpret if many of the mtDNA genomes are identical or 1 nt distance from today living da nish, swedish,...
  15. Sorry for interrupting, but Berun is right, R1b...

    Sorry for interrupting, but Berun is right, R1b (and probably I2a as well) came from joined Vikings.
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