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  1. Thread: Uyghur y-dna

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    rms2 : "Afanasievo is not Tocharian, neither is...

    rms2 : "Afanasievo is not Tocharian, neither is it certain that the Tarim mummies were Tocharians."

    Indeed but the probability is still high in both cases (Afanasevo culture speaking the ancestor...
  2. Thread: Uyghur y-dna

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    Not sure at all about R1b. So far, only R1a1a...

    Not sure at all about R1b.
    So far, only R1a1a is visible in the aDNA of the region of Afanasevo culture. In south Siberia, during bronze age, all the y-DNA was R1a1 and the mtDNA lineages were...
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    I wonder why barely noone seem to take mtDNA hgs...

    I wonder why barely noone seem to take mtDNA hgs into consideration...
    The Finns are 60 % N1c but about 95% of their female lineages are "European".
    Their autosomal profile is clearly fully...
  4. Thracian : "Even Uyghurs Turks have European...

    Thracian : "Even Uyghurs Turks have European DNA.How can be possible?"

    Indo-european migrations.
    An early wave around 3,500 BC at the origin of the Afanasevo culture, apparently coming from the...
  5. Oops, I forgot the link and apparently I can't...

    Oops, I forgot the link and apparently I can't edit for some reason....

    Willy : "this is ok with real research not opinion or speculations"

    It's not speculations.
    Archeology, linguistics and...
  6. Willy : "this is ok with real research not...

    Willy : "this is ok with real research not opinion or speculations"

    It's not speculations.
    Archeology, linguistics and now even genetics seem to support the Kurgan hypothesis so far.

    Here's...
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