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    these were probably descendants from...

    these were probably descendants from Tibeto-Burman Baodun farmers cultivating 'wet rice'
    any clue from where the metallurgy came ?
  2. were the early Pama-Nyungan speakers mound builders?

    also in Northern Australia burial mounds have been discovered now

    Archaeologists working on a project in western Cape York, at the northern tip of Queensland, Australia, have announced the...
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    I rest my case.

    I rest my case.
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    well, here it is, Johen just provided a link : ...

    well, here it is, Johen just provided a link :



    alongside R1b-M269 the Native Americans also have other European Y-DNA like G, I and J.
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    the subclades are known, but as I said, I don't...

    the subclades are known, but as I said, I don't have the link

    the Ojibwe were trading with French traders along the great lakes even before European colonisers arrived inland
    that how the Ojibwe...
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    I don't have the link at hand, but the R1b in...

    I don't have the link at hand, but the R1b in Native Americans is M269, it is the result of mixing with early European colonisers.
    However, you're right, the Tarim Basin mummies and the Native...
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    this is an interesting find, it deserves further...

    this is an interesting find, it deserves further investigation

    but R1b has nothing to do with it
    the Native American R1b is M269 (the European branch), and the Tarim Basin R1b is PH155, 2...
  8. They seem to have been skilled prospectors for...

    They seem to have been skilled prospectors for ores and copper melters coming from abroad, there was no learning curve for the locals.
    I guess some of them became quite wealthy from the copper trade...
  9. if there was no hierarchy, why are all these...

    if there was no hierarchy,

    why are all these settlements surrounded by walls and constructions that look like watch towers?

    why were some of them burried in such elaborate graves?

    13024
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  10. the Iberian chalcolithic dates to more than 5 ka...

    the Iberian chalcolithic dates to more than 5 ka
    the bronze age started only 2,5 ka
    were the Iran-Neo people seeping in all that time?

    and what about Vinca in the Balkans, where the chalcolithic...
  11. “While we knew that the so-called...

    “While we knew that the so-called ‘steppe’-related ancestry, which had spread across Europe during the third millennium BCE, eventually reached the northern Iberian Peninsula around 2,400 BCE, we...
  12. I'm just aking whether CHG Y-DNA increased during...

    I'm just aking whether CHG Y-DNA increased during El Argar bronze age or only autosomal CHG DNA.
    There is no comparison with the decrease of G2a in EEF DNA.
  13. I haven't read the full paper yet, but they seem...

    I haven't read the full paper yet, but they seem to suggest that the CHG pulse happened during southeastern (and only southeastern) CA Iberia, and that the bronze age was due to arrival of...
  14. Yes, it would be interesting. What ancient DNA do...

    Yes, it would be interesting. What ancient DNA do we have?

    We know U106 expanded as early as 4,6 ka, and when checking the distribution map, the conclusion at first sight would be they were...
  15. agricultural spread of the Transeurasian languages

    The origin and early dispersal of speakers of Transeurasian languages—that is, Japanese, Korean, Tungusic, Mongolic and Turkic—is among the most disputed issues of Eurasian population history1,2,3. A...
  16. what is the relation between La Tene and Gauls?

    what is the relation between La Tene and Gauls?
  17. my guess is that Mongoloids spread 14000 years...

    my guess is that Mongoloids spread 14000 years ago from Manchuria all over eastern Siberia, from Lake Bajkal in the west till Alaska in the East
    they were all part of the rapidly expanding tribe...
  18. what about the plans to alter the atmosphere on...

    what about the plans to alter the atmosphere on Mars in order to make it habitable for humans?
  19. cool .

    cool

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  20. you got it all mixed up the graves are from...

    you got it all mixed up

    the graves are from the miners in Hallstatt, they were burried with grave gifts, these were not poor and certainly not slaves
    Halstatt Celts didn't go into the Balkans and...
  21. Hello Moesan, I made a mistake here. It should...

    Hello Moesan, I made a mistake here.
    It should be : EHG = ANE admixed with WHG, not Dzudzuana.
    So, indeed not much Basal Eurasian in EHG.
  22. 72 % ANE + 28 % EBA Bajkal Late Bajkal HG were...

    72 % ANE + 28 % EBA Bajkal
    Late Bajkal HG were probably mongoloid, but EBA Bajkal not? Rather ANE + West Liao River EN?
  23. I guess that CHG and Iran Neolithic were the same...

    I guess that CHG and Iran Neolithic were the same before mixing with AG3, which I think happened after 17 ka, when R1a and R1b-L754 arrived in Europe, north of the Caspian Sea, which was much bigger...
  24. afaik there is large similarity in Mal'ta,...

    afaik there is large similarity in Mal'ta, Afantova Gora and Yana DNA

    as for the loanwords, I'm not a linguist, but that wouldn't surprise me
    the Yuezhi, the Wusun and the Ordos culture are all...
  25. Yamna, Andronovo and Afanasevo and also modern...

    Yamna, Andronovo and Afanasevo and also modern europeans don't have pure ANE, it is admixed with WHG, EHG, EEF and CHG.
    The Tarim mummies are aprox 72 % pure ANE mixed with 28 % EBA Bajkal - like.
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