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  1. It's a bit offtopic but, it seems that the rumor...

    It's a bit offtopic but, it seems that the rumor on AG about the Egyptians from Old, Middle and New Kingdom being less SSA admixed than modern ones, could be true. I got this from ES forum where a...
  2. Dairying enabled Early Bronze Age Yamnaya steppe expansions

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    During the Early Bronze Age, populations of the western Eurasian steppe expanded across an immense area of northern Eurasia. Combined archaeological and genetic evidence supports...
  3. Afro-centrists from Egyptsearch are taking this...

    Afro-centrists from Egyptsearch are taking this assumption now as a reason to push the idea that Basal Eurasians were Africans and not Eurasians. They do so in order to save their Ancient Egyptians...
  4. A user on AG is assuming that BE isn't real but...

    A user on AG is assuming that BE isn't real but rather a fstats artifact.

    He wrote this:


    https://anthrogenica.com/showthread.php?24760-Is-Basal-Eurasian-real-or-an-fstats-artifact
  5. Biomolecular insights into North African-related ancestry in 11th Century Al-Andalus.

    Biomolecularinsights into North African-related ancestry, mobility and diet ineleventh-century Al-Andalus


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    Historical records document medieval immigration from North Africa to Iberia...
  6. Actually, since the Greek government has...

    Actually, since the Greek government has discovered the tomb of Philip II including his human remains, a DNA test would help a lot to answer this question. In addition, skeletal remains of likely ...
  7. The absences of Northern Italian/Iberian/Southern...

    The absences of Northern Italian/Iberian/Southern French- like Romans during Imperial times, not only in Rome but also in the Balkan province, is intriguing. It seems as if the Italic Romans...
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    I think we simply have a little misunderstanding...

    I think we simply have a little misunderstanding here. I was rather referring to the city-state Rome and its surroundings and not to the Balkans. And I don't think that the Eastern Med-like Imperial...
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    It's certainly preposterous to assume that all...

    It's certainly preposterous to assume that all East Med-like Romans were mostly of slave origin. Matter of fact, the Roman Eastern provinces were wealthy with sophisticated culture. For instance,...
  10. Thanks kingjohn for summing up the paper. The...

    Thanks kingjohn for summing up the paper. The running gag with E-V13 is over.:good_job:


    The exotic East African male, is Horner-like. He is E-V32 which is a dominant hp among Somalis,...
  11. Here comments of Gaska he wrote on another forum....

    Here comments of Gaska he wrote on another forum.



    Gaska
    AUGUST27, 2021 AT 8:09 AM

    Hi Matt, I hope you congratulate me because I was right, Yamnaya is not the source but the sink of r1b....
  12. [QUOTE=jstray;629693] Angela is rightfully...

    Angela is rightfully pointing out, that geneticists should contextualize their DNA results by taking archeological studies into account. Some seem to think, that since DNA is a superior tool that...
  13. I agree with you here. Anyway, our "buddy" Gaska...

    I agree with you here. Anyway, our "buddy" Gaska will have a field day with this Bohemian study. Hopefully, the researchers in the upcoming Etruscan study will contextualize the DNA evidence by...
  14. The thing is, that professional geneticists based...

    The thing is, that professional geneticists based on their data concluded that Corded Ware folks were the direct descendants of the Indo-European Yamnaya who spread the Indo-European language all...
  15. I‘ve looked up the supplementary data, Table S4...

    I‘ve looked up the supplementary data, Table S4 has a long list with Y-DNA of the samples. P312/ L2/S139 is the most dominant hp. Plus, I've counted the listed y-DNA.

    1xR1b – P312/ U152,L2/S139,...
  16. This assertion caught my eyes: Correct...

    This assertion caught my eyes:




    Correct me if I‘m wrong, but wouldn't this be the first found R1b-L151, (ancestral to R1b-P312) among Corded Ware males?
  17. The one Croatian individual from Roman times was...

    The one Croatian individual from Roman times was R1a, though. MBA Croatians had lots of WHG ancestry, nearly as much as Baltic people. In contrast, the Middle Neolithic Croatians from the North East...
  18. Interesting to note: No hp E detected in these...

    Interesting to note: No hp E detected in these Croatian samples. These tested people have pretty diverse y-DNA and mtDNA.


    Table 1 Summary information for ancient samples first reported in this...
  19. 28 whole-genome from Neolithic and Bronze Age Croatians. Full paper.

    Abstract

    Ancient DNA studies have revealed how human migrations from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age transformed the social and genetic structure of European societies. Present-day Croatia lies at...
  20. No need for getting sarcastic here. So, do you...

    No need for getting sarcastic here. So, do you think ANF ancestry is the source for blond hair in Europeans and not ANE/WSH? Mait Metspalu worked with Reich? And? Matter of fact, David Reich (like...
  21. I recently posted myself on Eupedia a phenotypic...

    I recently posted myself on Eupedia a phenotypic analysis of an Anatolian farmer individual 10, 000 years ago, who was blond. That said, according to a study Yamanya individuals carried a mutation to...
  22. Wow, another wonderful study. Thanks.

    Wow, another wonderful study. Thanks.
  23. Who knows? Anway, it's raining Ancient Greek...

    Who knows?

    Anway, it's raining Ancient Greek paper abstracts. Great! This an abstract from a further Greek study that mentions genetic shift in the late BA Aegean that traces back to Central-...
  24. Here is the abstract from another Greek...

    Here is the abstract from another Greek study.:cool-v:

    Early Bronze Age Aegean genomes from Perachora cave, Corinth, Greece

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    Research involving ancient DNA (aDNA) has experienced a...
  25. Thanks a lot. This paper will surely be very...

    Thanks a lot. This paper will surely be very interesting, especially since we'll have the DNA from Classical Greeks, too. Thumps up from me.
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