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  1. Thank you for your answer. Metallurgists looking...

    Thank you for your answer. Metallurgists looking for ore, makes sense.These people remind me of an early form of the ancient Greeks or the Phoenicians.
  2. Very interesting. Where did those Iran_N people...

    Very interesting. Where did those Iran_N people come from ? I doubt there was pure Iran_N anywhere in the Bronze Age. Did they come from Sicily by boat ?
  3. So I read the paper. Nothing really new about the...

    So I read the paper. Nothing really new about the region. I already knew about this just from the amateur calculators and my own models using them. Also there were no new samples published in this...
  4. Thanks for sharing Angela. I have to read the...

    Thanks for sharing Angela. I have to read the full paper when I have enough time.
  5. There is U7 mtDNA in these samples. U7 was also...

    There is U7 mtDNA in these samples. U7 was also found among "princely burials" of the Late Hallstatt culture in Baden-Württemberg Germany. I am pretty sure that this population turnover in Great...
  6. In his first posts he was writing that ANE...

    In his first posts he was writing that ANE originated in Europe and that the paper omitted the fact that Northern Europe carry 25% ANE. So yes he was implying that it is something Northern European....
  7. These folks are one of the most authochthons...

    These folks are one of the most authochthons folks in Asia their ancestors lived in these region since at least 15000BC they didn't live in Europe or have any European ancestry, period.If you check...
  8. I am not familiar with physical anthropology but...

    I am not familiar with physical anthropology but someone on AG wrote this:
  9. "Populations genetically similar to MA-1 or Yana...

    "Populations genetically similar to MA-1 or Yana were an important genetic contributor to Native Americans, Europeans, Central Asians, South Asians, and some East Asian groups, in order of...
  10. The Tarim basin was inhabited by Iranics coming...

    The Tarim basin was inhabited by Iranics coming from the west and south. You can see that in languages like Saka Khotanese. Uyghurs also carry a lot of BMAC ancestry so does the ancient Wusun people...
  11. Another thread politicized... thanks to real...

    Another thread politicized... thanks to real "expert"
  12. So some of the mummies probably had light...

    So some of the mummies probably had light hair(red and/or dark blonde) but brown eyes. How come other populations rich in ANE-ancestry turn out to be dark haired ? I think of EHG, CHG and Iran_N.
  13. Razib Khans opinion about the Tarim mummies: ...

    Razib Khans opinion about the Tarim mummies:

    The Tarim Mummies Were The Last Of The Paleo-SiberiansThe paper that reported on the data from the famous “Tarim Mummies” is out. If you don’t have a...
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    This time he was wrong :)

    This time he was wrong :)
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    For Asia the situation is clear according to this...

    For Asia the situation is clear according to this paper. Horses and chariots were spread at the same time from Sintashta culture:



    But MAYBE you are right for the time period 2200-2000BC when...
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    I think this is a misunderstanding. I didn't say...

    I think this is a misunderstanding. I didn't say that they came from Asia but the origins of modern horses are from "DOM2" horses from the Volga-Don region 2200-2000BC. That's exactly the region and...
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    I agree, with the samples and data available...

    I agree, with the samples and data available today, it is unlikely that Yamnaya are the ancestors of R1b-L51 in Western Europe but there might R1b-L51 in unsampled Yamnaya burials, i think...
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    The origins of domestic horses

    The origins and spread of domestic horses from the Western Eurasian steppes

    Abstract

    Domestication of horses fundamentally transformed long-range mobility and warfare1. However, modern...
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    Wow interessting, Iranian Americans rank 9 in the...

    Wow interessting, Iranian Americans rank 9 in the USA. In Germany it is kinda the same, next to Vietnamese Germans, Iranian Germans are among the best integrated communities. Iranians anywhere in the...
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    Yes, definitely. They have to fix their defense...

    Yes, definitely. They have to fix their defense because the next game is against France, not an easy opponent. I am really looking forward to Italy vs Wales in a few hours. I hope it is going to be...
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    Indeed,very impressive. Deutschland knows how to...

    Indeed,very impressive. Deutschland knows how to play football 😁
  22. Interesting, thanks Jovialis. He writes: ...

    Interesting, thanks Jovialis.

    He writes:


    So instead of whole Yamnaya, he thinks it's only the western Yamnaya that were precursors to Corded Ware and Bell Beakers ? It's still Yamnaya... or...
  23. Another Video about Steppe Maykop: ...

    Another Video about Steppe Maykop:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1O1zDrW7SvE&t=2s
  24. David Anthony thinks Yamnaya is from Ukraine,...

    David Anthony thinks Yamnaya is from Ukraine, maybe Sredni Stog and this is what he says about the CHG/Iran_N source:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MOrEA84qvo&t=6s

    The new samples with...
  25. David W. Anthony 2021 Talk on Yamnaya Origins

    Interesting stuff. They still don't have the proximal source for CHG/Iran_N in Yamnaya but there are many new samples from the steppes, that might be published soon.


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