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  1. Ancient genome-wide DNA from France highlights the complexity of interactions between

    Starting from 12,000 years ago in the Middle East, the Neolithic lifestyle spread across Europe via separate continental and Mediterranean routes. Genomes from early European farmers have shown a...
  2. 12116 check this figure B - Olalde first...

    12116
    check this figure B - Olalde
    first arrival of Bell Beaker in Iberia, some of the very first females were almost 100 % BB
    BB females came to Iberia as well
  3. Genetic History of the Near East (Iron & Classical Ages) - Haber at al. 2020

    The Iron and Classical Ages in the Near East were marked by population expansions carrying cultural transformations that shaped human history, but the genetic impact of these events on the people who...
  4. 6500 BC wasn't that the period of...

    6500 BC wasn't that the period of Tepecik-Ciftlik?
    It is also the time Anatolian farmers arrived in Barcin/Mentese.
    Apart from G2a2a and C1a2, some T, J and H2 had joined.
  5. fwiw I got this 12112 ...

    fwiw I got this
    12112

    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=12112
  6. Genomic History of Neolithic to Bronze Age Anatolia, N.Levant & S. Caucasus

    Here, we report genome-wide data analyses from 110 ancient Near Eastern individuals spanning the Late Neolithic to Late Bronze Age, a period characterized by intense interregional interactions for...
  7. did you all check the spreadsheets sd10 & sd11...

    did you all check the spreadsheets sd10 & sd11 with markers for Y-DNA, capture & shotgun?
    for capture they use recent ISOGG codes, for shotgun older ISOGG codes
    very confusing
  8. https://scontent-bru2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/9942...

    https://scontent-bru2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/99425361_10223782818220722_584719523442065408_o.jpg?_nc_cat=102&_nc_sid=b9115d&_nc_oc=AQluwNWDqtacmvwOugKK_zZgZfLbckR9VZFM_BRrNxabZwBhEvLZC2tK2p9ijgdGiCgv...
  9. We know that the Belgae were not 100 % Celtic,...

    We know that the Belgae were not 100 % Celtic, they were already a mix of Celtic and Germanic tribes.
    Some Germanic tribes may have infiltrated further south too, like Ariovistus did in Ceasar's...
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    very cosy, very romantic ..

    very cosy, very romantic ..
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    the German authorities are investigating this...

    the German authorities are investigating this
    they suspect the rules were broken, especially in the restaurant

    when more activities are allowed, this kind of detecting and screening is essential
  12. European genetic variation, clustering in the...

    European genetic variation, clustering in the midst of modern northern, eastern, and southern
    Europeans (Fig. S5).
    We estimated individual admixture proportions under the assumption that the...
  13. R1b1a2a2c1 which one is this? what SNPs...

    R1b1a2a2c1

    which one is this? what SNPs characterise this subclade?
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    in Sicily there was the Grotta dell'Uzzo ...

    in Sicily there was the Grotta dell'Uzzo

    https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grotta_dell%27Uzzo

    don't know whether they were WHG, they might have come from Anatolia as well
  15. check C-L1373*...

    check C-L1373*
    https://www.yfull.com/tree/C-L1373/
    C-L1373* and Q-Z780 are the oldest Native American clades, most of them were replaced by the younger Q-M3 clade
    C-L1373* surivies amongst Natives...
  16. Population genomics of Mesolithic Scandinavia:...

    Population genomics of Mesolithic Scandinavia: Investigating early postglacial migration routes and high-latitude adaptation.

    Scandinavia was one of the last geographic areas in Europe to become...
  17. there is the Initial Upper Paleolithic blade...

    there is the Initial Upper Paleolithic blade tools which started ca 50 ka
    some are found in the Levant, some in Europe, like Bohunician, Ullizian and Perigordian local industries
    they replaced...
  18. A Paleogenomic Reconstruction of the Deep Population History of the Andes

    There are many unanswered questions about the population history of the Central and South Central Andes, particularly regarding the impact of large-scale societies, such as the Moche, Wari, Tiwanaku,...
  19. the first continnetal Bell Beakers to arrive in...

    the first continnetal Bell Beakers to arrive in Iberia had women with them
    some early continental Bell Beaker females in Iberia had 80 % continental Bell Beaker ancestry

    as for Cardial ware, the...
  20. yes, I forgot about the Els Trocs massacre, in a...

    yes, I forgot about the Els Trocs massacre, in a remote area of EN herders
    I mentioned intertribal LBK warfare
  21. there is no proof of violence between early...

    there is no proof of violence between early farmers and HG, alltough I would be surprised if it didn't happen at all
    however there is plenty proof of intertribal violence amongst LBK farmers in...
  22. are you refering to KO1, the I1 100 % EEF from...

    are you refering to KO1, the I1 100 % EEF from the Carpathian Basin?

    Euro Neo LBK Eastern LBK LBKT Hungary Balatonszemes-Bagódomb [BAB 5] I1 M253 H Szécsényi-Nagy 2014

    or is it another...
  23. this is an interesting subject which hasn't been...

    this is an interesting subject which hasn't been studied properly yet
    I'd say farmers and HG had 2 different economies and needed different resources
    HG needed good fishing waters and some hunting...
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    the world is becoming a world for stars and smart...

    the world is becoming a world for stars and smart entrepreneurs
    stardom is everywhere, they are above the common people ; they can do whatever they like, they are seldom ciriticised even when they...
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    correction .. a 3600 yo old mummie. I wonder...

    correction .. a 3600 yo old mummie.

    I wonder why we have so little DNA from Egypt.
    Is it the authorities who obstruct?
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