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    Oh yes ofc E1b1a ancestors looked differently. I...

    Oh yes ofc E1b1a ancestors looked differently. I believe plenty of current "Bantu" traits are considered newer. Papuans are a good measure for the look of so many older populations.
    Also Yoruba...
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    No, not necessarily because Gorilla is far...

    No, not necessarily because Gorilla is far coarser than any Men, and Neantherthal was coarser than any Humans. I would say coarse in a balanced way, but at time in history most people were coarse....
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    E1b1b and E1b1a diverged about the same time I...

    E1b1b and E1b1a diverged about the same time I and J diverged. In fact our haplogroup folk are a prime example of people working on improving themselves and dominating others. Iberomaurusians samples...
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    North African Afalou combined with coarse robust...

    North African Afalou combined with coarse robust proto-Mediterranean type were main Capsian types. So yes as far as I'm concerned it is in my interest that my ancestors were that rather than the EEF...
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    It is no fantasy whatsoever that E-V13 arrived to...

    It is no fantasy whatsoever that E-V13 arrived to Europe directly from North Africa, and that it did not arrive from Levant. This is pre-history and those without archaeological knowledge are...
  6. There is no evidence whatsoever that E-S2979...

    There is no evidence whatsoever that E-S2979 mutated in Kosovo region. E-Y3183 is totally Eastern Balkan in origin. There is also one L241* clade in Bulgaria. Regarding E-FGC11451, there are some...
  7. Well Iron Age Latins did not follow your...

    Well Iron Age Latins did not follow your requirement necessarily, because Central Europe was loaded with countless U152 clades, so when the migrations were commencing various unrelated peoples ended...
  8. @Leki too There is almost certainly a...

    @Leki too

    There is almost certainly a relationship between the entire I-Y3120 and Bastarnae. I-CTS10228* is found in France, and I think another one from West Germany appeared recently. All...
  9. I try not to make wild guesses.:grin: And strong...

    I try not to make wild guesses.:grin: And strong Urnfield Central European influence is well attested in Delmato-Pannonian areas, archaeologically and genetically:

    R-BY32273 Serb from Northeast...
  10. I-Y3120 except Bastarnic I-Y18331 is Slavic. ...

    I-Y3120 except Bastarnic I-Y18331 is Slavic.

    Some E-V13 might be related to Pannonians, such as E-L241 clades. They likely belong to a substrate that was assimilated by the incoming R-U152...
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    I was being deliberately theatrical there, as I...

    I was being deliberately theatrical there, as I had problems with some of their other comments at the time. Well yes J-L283 were Nuragic addition, the only new hg so they might have had significant...
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    I missed this, even though it was posted here...

    I missed this, even though it was posted here some time ago immediately before my post. So negative for 2 out of 16 with reads. There is lots of SNP's at L618 level (51) but at the very least this...
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    It's distant origin is pretty much clear and...

    It's distant origin is pretty much clear and options are narrowed down. Either Cardial descendant PPNB (and of Natufians before) or pre-Neolithic late Mesolithic origin directly from North Africa.
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    He did look similar on some preliminary models I...

    He did look similar on some preliminary models I saw, though Latins and Etruscans also showed similarities. He might have migrated to there but this clade as I said is still distant to other clades...
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    You mean that the ancient Dalmatian L618 is...

    You mean that the ancient Dalmatian L618 is negative to some SNP's at the L618 level? I was looking at his Y-DNA file a little bit but wasn't checking for L618 level SNP's except few...
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    Some time ago I predicted that Danish and...

    Some time ago I predicted that Danish and Algerian/Saudi (I didn't know the STR's of Saudi) will be related based upon dys578=9, E-V13/E-BY6578 modal is 8. And this has been confirmed by Albanians...
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    Poll: Sesklo and Dimini should be part of "normal"...

    Sesklo and Dimini should be part of "normal" neolithic wave. I've seen one Neolithic burial which had elevated autosomal North African influence so I will look at where he belonged.

    But if its...
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    Poll: "Figure 6 shows that long bones and skullswere...

    "Figure 6 shows that long bones and skullswere selectively removed. Although it is notpossible to state with any certainty what themissing bones were used for, it has long beenknown that Capsian...
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    Poll: E-L618/V13 and skull cult

    So from Cardial Dalmatian Early Neolithic, Middle Neolithic to Late Neolithic and even likely/possibly BA Cetina culture many things changed except one thing: the existence of a skull cult, various...
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    The Albanian E-L618 are below Saudi and above...

    The Albanian E-L618 are below Saudi and above Saudi is Danish sample so this branch of L618 might not be of Middle Eastern origin. E-L618 might be Mesolithic too. E-L618+ sample and C-V20+ sample...
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    Some off-modals Albanian/Serbs share do not...

    Some off-modals Albanian/Serbs share do not define the FT79190, that much is certain. Their age should be at least 500-1000 ybp.

    Interesting about the Pole, they do have some extra V13 diversity...
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    Interesting, so this person with Romanian flag is...

    Interesting, so this person with Romanian flag is E-FT79190+, FT79653-. Guessing he is Romanian brings greater diversity of S19928 in Dacian areas, also there is this Pole under E-BY202815. If he is...
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    Not exactly, it came from the Middle East or just...

    Not exactly, it came from the Middle East or just maybe North Africa directly more than 8000 years ago. It is a Neolithic lineage which likely was mostly confined to Dalmatian coast from around 6300...
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    If E-V13 began its demographic boom from the...

    If E-V13 began its demographic boom from the Western Balkans, then it began this boom with Cetina culture, pretty much no ifs and no buts.
    1. E-L618+ find from Early Dalmatian Impresso is there,...
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    The sample prior to Nuragic era is very small....

    The sample prior to Nuragic era is very small. The TMRCA of Sardinian samples (5400 ybp) suggests an older presence there. Additionally there is also a Tuscan NA20763 who is J-Z585*. The Tuscan is...
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