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  1. Oral bacteria of a 19000 yo woman was analysed and related to later modern humans

    https://www dot pnas dot org/content/118/20/e2021655118

    Title: The evolution and changing ecology of the African hominid oral microbiome. PNAS 2018.


    "The oral microbiome plays key roles in...
  2. Amazing beautiful pictures!

    Amazing beautiful pictures!
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    The Bronze Age euro?

    www dot sciencedirect dot com/science/article/pii/S0305440321000492?via%3Dihub

    A small change revolution. Weight systems and the emergence of the first Pan-European money, 2300 to 800 BC.

    ...
  4. The title of the article is "¿Tumbas reales...

    The title of the article is "¿Tumbas reales estruscas en Albacete?", in Spanish.

    As you know, Anatolians were neolithic people with a high influence in Europe, Central and Mediterranean. In fact,...
  5. Etruscan royal tombs in Albacete (Spain)?

    www dot abc dot es/cultura/abci-tumbas-reales-etruscas-albacete-202104071920_noticia.html (in Spanish, sorry)

    Etruscan tombs, or those of clear Etruscan influence, of relevant personalities who...
  6. The discovery of a near 12000 yo skeleton is a...

    The discovery of a near 12000 yo skeleton is a good result, and yes, a huge surprise if not WHG of the initial expansion tracking the retreat of ice sheets from Europe. Looking forward to the genetic...
  7. Complete human skeleton 9700 BC in Navarra

    www dot archyde dot com/the-man-of-loizu-the-oldest-complete-human-skeleton-found-in-navarra/

    "The remains correspond to a male individual, between 17 and 21 years old, intentionally deposited...
  8. 12612 Related pottery. Any information...

    12612

    Related pottery.

    Any information about y haplogroup?
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    Hi kimvdhorst, From my Living DNA test, I only...

    Hi kimvdhorst,

    From my Living DNA test, I only know that my mt-haplogroup is H.

    However, it was a surprise for me to see that you and me share the mutations 263G, 1438G, 4769G and 15326G. I...
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    Thank you for the links, Angela. For sure, I...

    Thank you for the links, Angela.

    For sure, I will enjoy the lecture.
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    Dear Angela, Thank you for your post. I didn't...

    Dear Angela,
    Thank you for your post.
    I didn't provide a link because I don't have permissions. Instead, I presented the title of the scientific article
    "Neolithic mitochondrial haplogroup H...
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    Interesting article: "Neolithic mitochondrial...

    Interesting article: "Neolithic mitochondrial haplogroup H genomes and the genetic origins of Europeans"

    From around 2800 BC, the Late Neolithic Bell Beaker culture emerged from the Iberian...
  13. Thread: mtDNA H

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    I have a similar question. My mtDNA is H. I also...

    I have a similar question. My mtDNA is H. I also downloaded and excel file from My Living DNA but it has only 4 lines of text. The first line is 263G but I cannot decipher the information.
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    In My Living DNA my haplogroup is J-L26.

    In My Living DNA my haplogroup is J-L26.
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    There is autosomal evidence and also Y-DNA...

    There is autosomal evidence and also Y-DNA evidence. We have now a large data base of human bones for a period of time ranging from the last glaciation to the present days. According to these data,...
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    I agree, this question is far to be simple. At...

    I agree, this question is far to be simple. At least for me.

    To my knowledge, the steppe-R1b started the genetic replacement of Britain in 2500 BC carrying a Bell Beaker pottery result of the...
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    The genetic relation of the British and the...

    The genetic relation of the British and the neolithic farmers (arriving 4000 BC in a Mediterranean/Athlantic front) has been published and it is reasonable that these people reached the north shores...
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    Thank you for your reply Moesan. I have been...

    Thank you for your reply Moesan. I have been reading the posts of the related thread "Iberian Bell Beaker Y-DNA and mtDNA" but the last post was of July 2018 or about. There were an interesting...
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    Bell Beakers From West to East

    An important period of European prehistory is related to the Bell Beaker complex. An interesting study has been published in

    www dot encyclopedia dot com / humanities /...
  20. Interesting news about prehistoric naviagation, a...

    Interesting news about prehistoric naviagation, a very important human discovery not always recognised. The log-boat (a boat made from a hollowed tree) was around 5.5 m length. Several logboats have...
  21. I have found the system ISOGG2019. There is a...

    I have found the system ISOGG2019. There is a page for the 2019-2020 Haplogroup R Tree in the web isogg dot org slash tree. It is very complete and seems updated. It is different to the Eupedia R1B....
  22. It seems curious and confusing either. Yes, there...

    It seems curious and confusing either. Yes, there are different systems and for that reason I concentrated in the Eupedia nomenclature, but even in that case I found a typo, if I am not wrong.
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    Hello Conastoga. Basques show the greatest...

    Hello Conastoga. Basques show the greatest genetic affinity to early neolithic farmers individuals in the El Portalón cave (Atapuerca, Spain). These farmers mixed with local hunter-gatherers, in any...
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    In that 2017 nature article entitled "Analysis of...

    In that 2017 nature article entitled "Analysis of the R1b-DF27 haplogroup shows that a large fraction of IberianY-chromosome lineages originated recently in situ", the authors affirm that NE Iberia...
  25. I am not sure if this is a question for this...

    I am not sure if this is a question for this thread, but it is related to R1b-DF27. In 2017 it was published in nature an article entitled "Analysis of the R1b-DF27 haplogroup shows that a large...
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