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    You have to differentiate between the active and...

    You have to differentiate between the active and passive vocabulary or word pool. Like I can read or understand practically every text in English, even scientific and higher literature, but my active...
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    I think your result just shows what I could...

    I think your result just shows what I could observe in my matches, and myself, namely that AncestryDNA does even more smoothing than 23andme. I got a lot of matches which are Germanic : Slavic :...
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    Similarities always depend on the main vectors...

    Similarities always depend on the main vectors for the comparison. Like I often get Celtic as being my closest ancient, yet that's not the case for me in reality, because I'm rather...
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    That's actually no contradiction, because just...

    That's actually no contradiction, because just like in later times, some people were known to excel in specific professions. One late example being Italian architects or better master builder. Or...
  5. That's true. The main factor seems to have been...

    That's true. The main factor seems to have been the metal age. There was a shift in the whole of the Near East and even into Anatolia towards the Iranian-CHG ancestry and J-dominance. Just like in...
  6. We can't rely too much on that, because we don't...

    We can't rely too much on that, because we don't know the old genetic architecture. Its probably safe to assume they were significantly darker than modern Europeans, but I wouldn't describe it as...
  7. On Anthrogenica ph2ter created graphical...

    On Anthrogenica ph2ter created graphical illustrations for TMRCA statistics. They repeat what is clearly visible on YFull as well, namely that the main and major expansion of E-V13 happened in the...
  8. You can say at least something about the lower...

    You can say at least something about the lower fleshy parts based on the nasal bone, but of course, there will always remain a speculative element to it, considering how much individuality nose...
  9. Especially the crucial upper part should be based...

    Especially the crucial upper part should be based on bone material or bone reconstruction, if the nasal bridge was missing. You can see he game him a fairly high-broad-irregular upper nasal shape....
  10. I might say - "what else". It can be only around...

    I might say - "what else". It can be only around Sinai, between Nile Valley and Levante, or deeper into Arabia, especially the Arabo-Persian Gulf region. And I guess that haplogroup E too will be...
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    Actually even the peaceful character of the...

    Actually even the peaceful character of the earlier Neolithic settlements is questionable, especially in those regions which were already more densely populated by the Mesolithic foragers. It seems...
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    While Vikings, Germans and Russians are possible,...

    While Vikings, Germans and Russians are possible, I wouldn't completely dismiss Goths and Eastern Germanics, because those ruled regions close to the Caucasus for a good time and even more important,...
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    You might be of Germanic descent paternally, with...

    You might be of Germanic descent paternally, with Goths and Vikings being in Southern Russia, as well as European slaves and German settlers later. If you really want to dig deeper, better order a...
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    There are many open questions concerning E-V13,...

    There are many open questions concerning E-V13, as you can read. The main problem with your lineage is, that its rather rare and all so far tested English people are recently related. And I mean very...
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    Its not reliable. MyTrueAncestry is not and a...

    Its not reliable. MyTrueAncestry is not and a Gedmatch result with such a few SNPs isn't as well. I mean 100 SNP per cM, that just means the coverage of the Oetzi genome is bad, it doesn't prove your...
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    True, but that's still quite a wide range of...

    True, but that's still quite a wide range of possibilities. The remaining big questions are:
    - Which culture brought the ancestor of E-V13 to Europe (imho Cardial Ware)
    - Which culture carried it...
  17. The incrusted groups got strongly influenced by...

    The incrusted groups got strongly influenced by the Channelled ware, so my bet is still with the cremation horizon rather than tumulus culture. But I think we both agree that incrused ware groups are...
  18. That's a viable scenario about which I thought...

    That's a viable scenario about which I thought too. I would guess that E-V13 will eventually pop up among Celts too though, just in low numbers. So it could have been in Iberia since the Iron Age,...
  19. With that TMRCA, there are a lot of options from...

    With that TMRCA, there are a lot of options from the Early Iron Age to modern Colonial times. Quite likely it hopped with some Greco-Romans or converted Iberians to Africa imho, that's probably the...
  20. Thread: Y-dna - h3

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    No, rather an Indian merchant or workman,...

    No, rather an Indian merchant or workman, diplomat or else coming to Europe. The Dutch were present in the region, so some South Indians did most certainly travel with them. But we don't know, its...
  21. Thread: Y-dna - h3

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    From the other thread: Everything is...

    From the other thread:


    Everything is possible, there was H even in European Neolithic people and H3 is very old. The most likely origin might be from Roma people or colonial migrants though,...
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    If you read through this post of mine: ...

    If you read through this post of mine:
    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/38399-E-Z5018-and-Vatin-culture/page4?p=626679&viewfull=1#post626679

    There can be little doubt about Channelled Ware...
  23. I think the debate is not open insofar, as for...

    I think the debate is not open insofar, as for sure at least in some regions of Greece had to be pre-Greek IE. I'd say especially those related to Proto-Anatolians and Cernavoda were just too close....
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    In my opinion E-V13 was brought to Europe with...

    In my opinion E-V13 was brought to Europe with Cardial Neolithic settlers, spread to Central Eastern Europe and came after the steppe invasion down to the Balkans and spread throuhout large portions...
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    It wasn't even in North Africa at that time, with...

    It wasn't even in North Africa at that time, with the possible exception of some Greek and Roman settlers in Egypt. So that scenario is rather absurd.



    I don't doubt that, the question is...
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