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    There is no EEF/CHG Cluster. These pops are...

    There is no EEF/CHG Cluster. These pops are totally different.
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    Thanks for sharing etrusco. This is a...

    Thanks for sharing etrusco.

    This is a confirmation that Sredni Stog has the same autosomal DNA like Yamnaya, but what about the Y-DNA? According to David Anthony Stredni Stog was I2 and R1a. What...
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    Yes, that might be but there are also numerous...

    Yes, that might be but there are also numerous papers out that show that light hair is correlated mostly with Anatolian farmers ancestry, for example the Estonian paper, I can't remember its name and...
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    My main argument was that there is MORE than one...

    My main argument was that there is MORE than one gene responsible for blonde hair. The KITLG-gene is just one of them. Some steppe people carried that gene but these individuals didn’t have blonde...
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    You're probably talking about the KITLG-gene....

    You're probably talking about the KITLG-gene. Angela is right in saying that the Yamnaya people were dark haired and dark eyed but with relatively light skin. Some of the Yamnaya carried the...
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    Might be interesting for our Southern...

    Might be interesting for our Southern European(Greek/Italian) members:

    The Aegean
    Recent studies showed the Neolithic Aegean populations were genetically highly similar to Anatolian Ceramic...
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    Genetic History of Anatolia during Holocene

    Genetic History of Anatolia during Holocene

    Anatolia has been a key region in Eurasian history, acting as a bridge for cultural exchanges between Europe and Asia during the Holocene. However, the...
  8. Thanks for sharing. These are all? Why aren´t the...

    Thanks for sharing. These are all? Why aren´t the other samples uploaded?
  9. Thanks for sharing etrusco. If Sredny stog is...

    Thanks for sharing etrusco. If Sredny stog is modeled as only 66% Yamnaya, how can it be an ancestor to Yamnaya? Maybe later Sredny Stog samples have more Yamnaya- or Eneolithic...
  10. Jovialis, he‘s a professional troll. I wouldn’t...

    Jovialis, he‘s a professional troll. I wouldn’t start a discussion with him.
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    Thank you great work. Do you know why Yfull...

    Thank you great work. Do you know why Yfull hasn’t uploaded the samples from the southern arc papers yet? Are they to low coverage?
  12. The whole bullshit Moja posts aside but if I...

    The whole bullshit Moja posts aside but if I remember correctly Tepe Abdul Hossein (Neolithic) is J2b. Also, I am pretty sure that CHG is an offshoot of a early form of Iran_N, at least the admixture...
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    I agree with eupator. From what I know even Turks...

    I agree with eupator. From what I know even Turks from eastern Turkey barely score any Turkic ancestry and Greeks and Turks from Trabzon are genetically very close to each other.
  14. It is assumed that EHG males mixed with CHG women...

    It is assumed that EHG males mixed with CHG women but this is what Lazaridis said on Twitter about sex bias in the formation of the Yamnaya:

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  15. Thanks, just wanted to post that part but you was...

    Thanks, just wanted to post that part but you was faster.
  16. It was more a rhetorical question. I think I know...

    It was more a rhetorical question. I think I know the answer :)
  17. Why does G25 underestimate CHG in Yamnaya by...

    Why does G25 underestimate CHG in Yamnaya by large amount?
  18. Neolithic Armenia has a huge amount of...

    Neolithic Armenia has a huge amount of Anatolian_N. I hoped for older samples in this study with unadmixed CHG/Iran samples, but not this time.
  19. No, I don’t think so. I am a Lur and I am not...

    No, I don’t think so. I am a Lur and I am not L584, actually anything downstream of my Z2103 is unknown according to yseq. These new samples with R1b from Hasanlu,Uratu and Armenia are probably all...
  20. CHG ancestry is virtually indistinguishable from...

    CHG ancestry is virtually indistinguishable from Iran_N. The profiles are extremely similar. This is what the paper says:

    "These results tentatively suggest that Caucasus hunter-gatherer and Ganj...
  21. The BAM-files were published :...

    The BAM-files were published :
    https://www.ebi.ac.uk/ena/browser/view/PRJEB54831?show=reads
  22. R1b-Z2103 in Mycenaeans, so it's settled Greek...

    R1b-Z2103 in Mycenaeans, so it's settled Greek and Armenian are from Yamnaya, not Corded ware derived, even though steppe ancestry is really low. This proves that Yamnaya was at least LPIE (Late...
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    You're welcome guys! Unfortunately, as I...

    You're welcome guys!

    Unfortunately, as I expected, there is no DNA from Sumerian sites but from further north in Upper Mesopotamia and the samples from the southern Caucasus are all already...
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    Ancient DNA from Mesopotamia

    Ancient DNA from Mesopotamia suggests distinct Pre-Pottery and Pottery Neolithic migrations into Anatolia
    Connecting genes and historyStories about the peopling—and people—of Southern Europe and...
  25. Thanks Angela. Can anyone get access to the full...

    Thanks Angela.
    Can anyone get access to the full paper?
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