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    Cohens close to 56% of Arabs

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-021-85883-2

    In this paper says that 56% of J1 carriers are J1a1a1a1a1a1a1. While the Cohen modal haplotype is J1a1a1a1a1a1a2.

    It's exactly the same...
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    Maciamo, is it possible that you're counting some...

    Maciamo, is it possible that you're counting some really old migrants to France and England??(19th century, early 20th)It's a bit difficult that any middle eastener occupied Gaul and Britain, since...
  3. Thread: Map of H3

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    Map of H3

    Here's the best map I've seen of haplogroup H3 distribution.
    Today, is known(at least among experts) that haplogroup H arose within Our Continent to expand millenia later. That's based on isolated...
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    J2a-Z435 from BA collapse

    If you go to the J2 page on this site, you will learn that most of European J2 may have come from the Roman conquests.

    The thing is, it descends from a 'recent' clade appeared in historic times,...
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    We will see what he bases that on. If it's...

    We will see what he bases that on.
    If it's conclussive evidence or only superficial conclussions.
    He seems a bit biased to put the origin of IndoEuropeans in a very specific location.
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    Yes. Bear in mind that N'R haplogroups must come...

    Yes. Bear in mind that N'R haplogroups must come from Asia. Because even if R is exclusive in Our Continent, N branches make up around half of the macrohaplogroup in Asia.

    There is also where you...
  7. There are studies, I saw this...

    There are studies, I saw this
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5760011/

    But long story short, WHG were never exactly white(as we know today at least), they were blue eyed though.
    ...
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    Don't be ironic, you don't remember the Early...

    Don't be ironic, you don't remember the Early European Farmers, that cluster with Europeans?
    Well, Catalhuyuk is full of haplogroups G(also mtDNA K1).
    Also European Cro-Magnon C-V20, funnily...
  9. The southern Portugal appears there, which is a...

    The southern Portugal appears there, which is a surprise to me, because is just beside Huelva, a Spanish province which has a lot of U6 and M1.

    Valencia doesn't have much U152, which is only...
  10. It's difficult to pinpoint Roman DNA, basically...

    It's difficult to pinpoint Roman DNA, basically because of the low frequency of haplogroup R1b-U152. We should assume some female ancestry?

    Then there's the possibility of analizing J2, E-V13 and...
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    It was surprising that after the domestication in...

    It was surprising that after the domestication in Siberia, in the Middle East they also tried it and even managed to make them half(and other population a quarter, if a remember correctly a map in...
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    Catalhuyuk is in the Northern part of the Middle...

    Catalhuyuk is in the Northern part of the Middle East. And Brak is too.
    It's very obvious to many that civilization has northern origins.
    And these remains are the proof.
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    Brak, that city is new. Yes Angela, conveniently...

    Brak, that city is new.
    Yes Angela, conveniently close to the Caucasus, and in the same latitude of EEF Catalhuyuk.
    I suspected civilization had to be more northern.
  14. Interesting Doggerland, I also think this exact...

    Interesting Doggerland, I also think this exact same thing.

    I even made a post on it
    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/42626-We-come-from-Australia
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    Because there's like none E-V13 in Anatolia,...

    Because there's like none E-V13 in Anatolia, Levant or the Sahara, it's all in Europe.
    And not only exists in former Ottoman territories; also exists in S. Italy, France, the UK.

    And by the way,...
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    Her name is Dolce Placard, she's a youtuber. But...

    Her name is Dolce Placard, she's a youtuber.
    But look at her ankle, she's clearly white skinned.

    By the way, regarding on darkening and south European skin, we have a very easy tanning. I'm...
  17. Wow Knossos exists since the 6th millenium BC

    Wow
    Knossos exists since the 6th millenium BC
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    Cuba/Puerto Rico haplogroups

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2492877/
    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25043798/
    Here are 2 articles about the Hispanic Caribbean haplogroup composition.

    Long story short. Like...
  19. The thing is, near the end of that time frame...

    The thing is, near the end of that time frame started the biggest glacial period of this glacial era, the Mindel Glaciation.
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    Peruvian criolla has 20% native

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    Take a look at this woman, and tell me if she looks like having ANY non-white ancestry.
  21. European mixture dominates in Latin America

    Haplogroups C and D dominate among certain areas of Latin America. But those are the places where there were never Amerindian civizations: the Amazon, N.Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, Chile...
    In all...
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    https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.13...

    https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0125676

    Here it says that Hans came from the north, besides northern minorities mtDNA is similar to northern Han, while Southern...
  23. Haplogroup E from Arabia/Natufian ancestry

    I think I know why Basal Eurasian(BE), which comprised around half of Natufian(Mesolithic Levantines) ancestry, lack SIGNIFICANT Neanderthal admixture.

    BE would basically be haplotype E of an...
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    Are we talking about shifting Sicily to the...

    Are we talking about shifting Sicily to the Caucasus AHEAD OF MYCENEANS???
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    Higher variability doesn't mean origin

    Usually, we assume that higher genetic diversity in a place means more time, more branches of the ethnicity in question.

    But take a look at this.
    In Spain, the DF27 branch is 40% of all R1b...
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