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  1. 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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    the mitanni ?

    the mitanni ?
  9. the argument of more diversity in Africa doesn't...

    the argument of more diversity in Africa doesn't count if you consider the BT or CT branch in the Y-DNA pedigree
    these branches are more than 70.000 years old, do have a bottleneck and can explain...
  10. isn't this the same picture as in the Levant? ...

    isn't this the same picture as in the Levant?



    who says this happened in Africa?
    I favor the Arab peninsula
  11. Late Upper Palaeolithic hunter-gatherers in the Central Mediterranean

    Grotta d'Oriente, a small coastal cave located on the island of Favignana (Sicily, Italy) is a key site for the study of the early human colonization of Sicily. The individual known as Oriente C was...
  12. Moreover, within Çatalhöyük, there is a pattern...

    Moreover, within Çatalhöyük, there is a pattern of lower dentalphenotypic variation in males than in females which documentsthe likelihood of patrilocal postmarital residence (61), an out-come having...
  13. Paleoenvironmental reconstruction of the...

    Paleoenvironmental reconstruction of the Çatalhöyük land-scape at the time of the original settlement in the earlier Holo-cene coincides with a shift from humid to dryland conditions.This...
  14. The interiors of Çatalhöyük houses share a number...

    The interiors of Çatalhöyük houses share a number of charac-teristics that inform our growing understanding of the conditionsof health and well-being in the community (37). For example,interior walls...
  15. without the paywall : ...

    without the paywall :

    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/333828774_Bioarchaeology_of_Neolithic_Catalhoyuk_reveals_fundamental_transitions_in_health_mobility_and_lifestyle_in_early_farmers
  16. Really? It only happened sometimes? Where, pray...

    Really? It only happened sometimes? Where, pray tell, did their arrival NOT result in the decimation or at least severe disruption of the local y lines, but the continuation of the mtDna? Britain?...
  17. Could it be that the farmers that arrived 8,5 ka...

    Could it be that the farmers that arrived 8,5 ka in Barcin and the Balkans from Central Anatolia were fleeing from overcrowded populations, deteroriating environments and violence?
    After LGM the...
  18. 4,5 ka R1b Bell Beakers arrived on the British...

    4,5 ka R1b Bell Beakers arrived on the British Isles and in the Netherlands.
    Overnight the population DNA switched to 90% Bell Beakers and 10 % farmers.
    What happened? Was it a particularly violent...
  19. Sorry for flogging the dead horse then. But...

    Sorry for flogging the dead horse then. But explain me what you mean by 'the warrior cult'. It certainly wasn't unique.
    You are probably referring to the rituals of the Khvalynsk people which were...
  20. Çatalhöyük: 9,000 years ago, a community with modern urban problems

    https://phys.org/news/2019-06-atalhyk-years-modern-urban-problems.html

    so far the myth of peacefull farmers :

    In a sample of 93 skulls from Çatalhöyük, more than one-fourth—25...
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    steppe maykop is late Khvalynsk a mix of steppe...

    steppe maykop is late Khvalynsk
    a mix of steppe DNA with a touch of Siberian
    a mix of Y-DNA R1a, R1b-M478 and Q1a2
    they were whiped out by Yamna, who also had steppe DNA but much less or no...
  22. and a third of them are unemployed they are...

    and a third of them are unemployed

    they are lazy scumbags

    even so, I'm surprised by the high percentage, 92 %
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    sorry, I don't have an extensive knowledge of...

    sorry, I don't have an extensive knowledge of Armenian history, but wasn't Urartu a multilingual and multi-ethnic confederation, where the Armenian language appeared only somewhere in the iron age,...
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    IMO the Armenians are a blend of post-Yamna...

    IMO the Armenians are a blend of post-Yamna herders with local populations, probably post Kura-Araxes.
    I don't think Armenians existed in EBA.
    4,2 ka there was a climate change, big parts of the...
  25. I fancy first a K* split and short after a P*...

    I fancy first a K* split and short after a P* split in northern India, one branch east into Sundaland, another northwest over the Hindu Kush and along the mountain desert frontier toward the Altai...
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