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  1. AH HA! The Sardinians did occur to them, as...

    AH HA!

    The Sardinians did occur to them, as well as modern Italian populations.


    https://i.imgur.com/3wtOAag.png


    Should have checked Sicily too. It might be up to the Crete level.
  2. Anyone know if these G2a2 lineages are found in...

    Anyone know if these G2a2 lineages are found in Italy or Greece? They come from samples from Beirut in the Early Roman period.
    G2a2b-L30
    G2a2b1a2-M3302

    This one is from the Iron Age. ...
  3. I couldn't resist this last PCA. Fascinating. You...

    I couldn't resist this last PCA. Fascinating. You can see the Lebanese move progressively north from Sidon, and then pulled toward the Caucasus probably during the Ottoman Era if they're correct.
    ...
  4. "From the late Roman period to the medieval...

    "From the late Roman period to the medieval period, we detect an increase in African ancestry (Figure S11B), but that increase remains slightly below statistical significance (Z score = −2.4) and...
  5. Well, I should have read further... "We found...

    Well, I should have read further...

    "We found that the Hellenistic and early Roman population can be modeled as a mixture of the local population, Beirut_IA (88%–94%), and a Central/South Asian...
  6. I don't know why they didn't include Sardinians...

    I don't know why they didn't include Sardinians as we have samples, or ancient Sicilian samples.



    Beirut_IA
    Sidon_BA
    Anatolia_MLBA
    4.44 × 10−01
    0.63
    0.37
  7. This is a fascinating paper which purports to...

    This is a fascinating paper which purports to answer questions I (and a lot of people) have had about how much admixture occurred in the Levant during the period after 1000 BC.

    Well, this is quite...
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    The only way we'll know for sure is when we have...

    The only way we'll know for sure is when we have ancient dna.
  9. I should have read the abstract and highlights...

    I should have read the abstract and highlights more carefully.



    •Gene pools of Anatolia and Caucasus were biologically connected ∼6500 BCE

    •Gene flow from neighboring populations in...
  10. Thanks. Do you know how much G2a2 is in the...

    Thanks.

    Do you know how much G2a2 is in the area today? I know that in the Levant as a whole it's not very frequent, is it?

    Do you think they support the contention of the authors of a change...
  11. I wonder if one of those G's is the Ashkenazi G...

    I wonder if one of those G's is the Ashkenazi G clade, or Sephardi for that matter.

    Context is going to be important here. Were they all found in definitely "local", Canaanite graves?
  12. That makes a lot of sense to me. Different...

    That makes a lot of sense to me. Different attitude from a different group which then moved to central Europe and the west.
  13. Well, if they didn't bring their own women with...

    Well, if they didn't bring their own women with them, the options change. :)

    It will also change the resulting admixture, increasing the percentage of "local" autosomal ancestry.

    Not an...
  14. If it arrived in the northern Levant (Northern...

    If it arrived in the northern Levant (Northern Syria) 4th to 5th millennium, some of it might have gotten into certain stages of the Neolithic advance.

    "Levant" shows up in Mycenaean on all the...
  15. I'm surprised by all the G2a2 in more recent...

    I'm surprised by all the G2a2 in more recent periods. Lots of J1 in the earlier periods. Where's all the J2a?
  16. ^^Well, according to the authors, the steppe men...

    ^^Well, according to the authors, the steppe men brought women with them to France even if they took local mates (the data provided bears that out from what I can see), but seem to think that's not...
  17. There's a problem with the "Somali" they find in...

    There's a problem with the "Somali" they find in the Levant too. Who says that it arrived in the Levant as "Somali" like, perhaps with East African slave women?

    Somali's are 40% West Eurasian...
  18. For myself, they're all gone, my father and all...

    For myself, they're all gone, my father and all his brothers and sisters in the last 20 years or so, although they all lived relatively long lives, all reaching into their 80s except my father....
  19. Tuscans 30-40% MegiddoML Bronze Age plus Iran...

    Tuscans 30-40% MegiddoML Bronze Age plus Iran Chl. ?

    They're going to have to do a hell of a job convincing me of that.

    Does it occur to them that this composite contains a lot of Anatolia...
  20. Sounds like Iran Neo, or not? Plus, there's...

    Sounds like Iran Neo, or not?

    Plus, there's something extra they can't pinpoint.

    Hope at least the Supplement is available. I'll read it with interest.

    Do they test the various varieties of...
  21. I'm finding the map a little difficult to...

    I'm finding the map a little difficult to understand. The ultimate source of that movement to the Levant seems to be Iran, so I immediately thought Iran Neo. I'm not sure of the dates, however. If...
  22. For some reason they can't find my husband's...

    For some reason they can't find my husband's rs429358



    APOE
    rs7412
    45412079
    C or T
    C / C
  23. I don't think your results are "risky" at all. ...

    I don't think your results are "risky" at all.

    Yes, that's about when my aunt died of it.

    I want to emphasize this is speculative. As they point out in SNPedia, they are finding new snps all...
  24. Unfortunately, they don't categorize our risk,...

    Unfortunately, they don't categorize our risk, but given we get 3/4 "good" alleles, I'd say maybe at least "average"?

    Did you check the last snp?

    I know now why 23andme says slightly elevated...
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    Oh,no, not peaches! What happens to peaches in...

    Oh,no, not peaches! What happens to peaches in wine???

    Seriously, have you ever noticed it?

    Is there a cost for uplinking?
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