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  1. mesolithic-neolithic-eneolithic east central europe

    https://assets.researchsquare.com/files/rs-1966812/v1_covered.pdf?c=1662993174

    Genetic continuity, isolation, and gene flow in stone age central and eastern europe

    The genomic landscape of...
  2. Genomes from a medieval mass burial show Ashkenazi-associated hereditary diseases

    https://www.cell.com/current-biology/fulltext/S0960-9822(22)01355-0

    Genomes from a medieval mass burial show Ashkenazi-associated hereditary diseases pre-date the 12th century

    Selina Brace...
  3. Archaeologists Have Uncovered a Vast Trove of Gold Rings in Romania

    Archaeologists Have Uncovered a Vast Trove of Gold Rings Buried Alongside an ‘Extremely Rich’ Ancient Noblewoman in Romania

    Excavators found more Copper Age gold in the single dig than had...
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    this is a debate that was understandable in...

    this is a debate that was understandable in 2018/2019 when southern european genetics was seen as only EEF based. Reality is another. We now know that ANE/ANS is made of a mix between central...
  5. Population Genetics and Signatures of Selection in Early Neolithic European Farmers

    Population Genetics and Signatures of Selection in Early Neolithic European Farmers


    Ainash Childebayeva, Adam Benjamin Rohrlach, Rodrigo Barquera, Maïté Rivollat, Franziska Aron, András Szolek,...
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    genomic origins first farmers

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    The genomic origins of the world’s first farmers

    Author links open overlay panelNinaMarchi1222LauraWinkelbach322IlektraSchulz2422MaximeBrami322ZuzanaHofmanová2456JensBlöcher3Carlos...
  7. Nope from the Kotova paper The contacts...

    Nope

    from the Kotova paper

    The contacts of the Eastern European steppe people with the Balkan population during the transition period from Neolithic to Eneolithic

    This article is devoted...
  8. The non caucasian part ( georgia Upper...

    The non caucasian part ( georgia Upper paleolithic and georgia mesolithic) of Middle Don HG in the paper in fig. 2 is clearly labeled as ukraine mesolithic. Middle Don HG were likely the easternmost...
  9. stone age eurasia

    STONE AGE EURASIA


    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2022.05.04.490594v1

    Allenthoft & Willerslev et. al. 2022, Biorxiv.

    Abstract:

    The transitions from foraging to...
  10. transition mesolithic to neolithic in sicily

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    Genomic and dietary discontinuities during the Mesolithic and Neolithic in Sicily

    Author links open overlay panelHeYu119




    Marieke S.van de Loosdrecht119Marcello...
  11. Beringia and the settlement of the western hemisphere

    Beringia and the settlement of the Western Hemisphere

    V V Pitul'ko, John F Hoffecker, E.Y. Pavlova

    March 2022


    Abstract

    Previously, we addressed the problem of what variable(s) limited ...
  12. Iron age central mediterranean

    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2022.03.13.483276v1

    Hannah M Moots et al.
    doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2022.03.13.483276
    This article is a preprint and has not been certified by peer...
  13. where is the evidence that during the mesolithic...

    where is the evidence that during the mesolithic HG in Spain were from Russia and Ukraine? I think you should search for the other way round. During the mesolithic we have WHG in Ukraine and western...
  14. it depends on the perspective. Aurignacian...

    it depends on the perspective.

    Aurignacian dna ( proto ANE) was likely an eastward movement from more western location (Goyet like) in Europe ( and it reached all the way to north east Siberia)...
  15. ANE is predominantly west eurasian (78%) and...

    ANE is predominantly west eurasian (78%) and proto ANE ( that is ANE without east eurasian) originated in Europe. Aurignacian dna similar to Goyet and Kostenki is the likely west eurasian kind of dna...
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    U5b2 migrated in that area with the WHG likely...

    U5b2 migrated in that area with the WHG likely after the LGM when they repopulated the continent from the southern european refugia
  17. THis is also demonstrated by the difference...

    THis is also demonstrated by the difference between Yamnaya and CWC . The latter was sligthly more nordic and since the difference between the two is that CW have an uptick of EEF ancestry ( and a...
  18. Yamnaya had mostly dark hair and eye. The process...

    Yamnaya had mostly dark hair and eye. The process that made northern Europe mostly blonde hair blu was likely due to exogamy with the northern europeans farmers ( TRB and GAC) that probably harbored...
  19. https://www.academia.edu/keypass/N0RqR3dBMVhjNWhSQ...

    https://www.academia.edu/keypass/N0RqR3dBMVhjNWhSQ3cvZVIrRWJra2FWdGRaMlBDVjRrRVlXWEpZbHZGbz0tLURvWVVPd0tvVWdYRHBNMk5LR0RPQlE9PQ==--649bef07229bba19b5bff834e9f93b68907d9bc4/t/0Xvi-PHeDV9n-bsKC5D/resour...
  20. I was wrong on the origins of the etruscan. Adna...

    I was wrong on the origins of the etruscan. Adna clearly now demonstrate that Etruscans were a italian copper age population that lived from the early bronze age onward side by side with the incoming...
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    Which paper are you quoting, is it a new one? I...

    Which paper are you quoting, is it a new one? I guess so because the mention of steppe ancestry in the north east is quite new. The first steppe sample in northern Italy IIRC was the Parma Bell...
  22. Sticky: Thank you. Very interesting map. just a question:...

    Thank you. Very interesting map. just a question: what the red color in the european clusters stand for exactly? Only WHG or WHG+EHG or maybe Common West Eurasian?
  23. Thread: R1b-L51

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    What is the source of this sentence?

    What is the source of this sentence?
  24. mtdna 2 x M 2 x N 1 x R 1 X U8

    mtdna
    2 x M
    2 x N
    1 x R
    1 X U8
  25. On anthrogenica they mentioned that BK-1653 lived...

    On anthrogenica they mentioned that BK-1653 lived 2500/3000 years before Yana. And Yana has 75% WE
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