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    Regardless, the agreement is that the Tavan...

    Regardless, the agreement is that the Tavan Tolgoi burial is linked as high status burial possibly linked with the Genghis Khan family due to the presence of the falcon rings. This is actually a...
  2. I had read somewhere, possibly on a Facebook...

    I had read somewhere, possibly on a Facebook group that those Ossetian kit owners claimed descent from Hungarians who migrated to Ossetia. Not sure on the validity of this claim though. Either way,...
  3. I have started watching it, didn't care for the...

    I have started watching it, didn't care for the first couple episodes but it's growing on me. I had to turn off the English dubbing as the voice acting came off quite terrible, and just left the...
  4. Perhaps the 18th dynasty was founded by the...

    Perhaps the 18th dynasty was founded by the "Hyksos", who up until recently were thought to be invaders, but based on a recent paper are suggested to be a military elite of a non-Egyptian Near...
  5. The haplotype looked like it could have been...

    The haplotype looked like it could have been related to the one found in Assyrians and the Alawites, R1b-L584.
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    English people are still mostly Pictish/Briton +...

    English people are still mostly Pictish/Briton + Belgic, and depending on where their roots are, have A-S and Danish ancestry in various proportions in an east to west cline from high to low.
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    There is no way in hell E-V13 is from central...

    There is no way in hell E-V13 is from central Europe. All the ancient samples of E-V13 are autosomally southern European. ie: Neolithic farmer.
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    I'm too cheap to pay for G25 coordinates, but my...

    I'm too cheap to pay for G25 coordinates, but my closest population is Orcadian based on Gedmatch, so I assume I'd be pretty close to these, who I assume to be British/Celtic Scandinavians rather...
  9. The reason for the difference is because during...

    The reason for the difference is because during the "Viking Age", central Sweden appears to be the source of migration of many raiders(?) I suppose. These lineages are a legacy of the LN Battle Axe...
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    You can also see these kits in the DF27+ project...

    You can also see these kits in the DF27+ project which is one of the most organized ones out there. They have some off modal values from the usual Z220+ haplotypes, so it's a bit of a surprise.
  11. @Maciamo You have obviously never been to...

    @Maciamo

    You have obviously never been to Canada. Southern BC and southern Ontario are relatively mild, the former most definitely is. The majority of the Canadian population lives within 100...
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    As someone who is quite literally the product of...

    As someone who is quite literally the product of these two exact groups/regions of England, the "Celtic" or better stated "Pre-Anglo-Saxon" groups definitely tend to have darker hair that is...
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    Paternally I would say you are incorrect. A good...

    Paternally I would say you are incorrect. A good chunk of their fatherlines come from the north east, as some of these types of R1a and I2-M423 have not shown up in the area until < 2000 ybp. Even...
  14. I can attest by the number of east European...

    I can attest by the number of east European refugees (in particular from the Balkans) and/or immigrants living in Canada that East Europeans definitely have an air of ethnocentricity. So yeah, not a...
  15. I bet that pops up in Single Grave culture. Let's...

    I bet that pops up in Single Grave culture. Let's see.
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    The modern Saudi prince is representative of...

    The modern Saudi prince is representative of "Arab", probably then and now. Eye shape, nose shape, overall facial shape is absolutely nothing like the vast majority of these Roman emperors. I can see...
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    I think the point is that this mutation wasn't...

    I think the point is that this mutation wasn't positively selected until recently, which doesn't really tell us much about its origin. The spread is obviously linked to cultures who practiced animal...
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    Keep in mind, this is an American-centric thread....

    Keep in mind, this is an American-centric thread. The whole notion is absurd just about anywhere else. It is pushed up here by the Canadian division of BLM, which is led by a proven Afro-Canadian...
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    Even though there are more R1a men among the...

    Even though there are more R1a men among the Bashkirs than R1b men? Somehow Bashkirs are R1b but not R1a? SMH.
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    Probably not. The people residing in Neolithic...

    Probably not. The people residing in Neolithic "Basque Territory" had genomes resembling modern Basques yet did not have R1b as a paternal haplogroup, just I2-M223 and G2a like other Neolithic men of...
  21. The R-V88 guys, and R1b in general seems to be...

    The R-V88 guys, and R1b in general seems to be eastern shifted relative to their more western HG I2 counterparts. The oldest western most sample is linked with Cardial Ware with E-V13 haplotypes (if...
  22. I'm pretty sure it's all the same replacement...

    I'm pretty sure it's all the same replacement from macro group R1b-M269. I wouldn't read much further into it than that. Recall the very early intrusion of R1b-M269/L151 in Switzerland Neolithic...
  23. The Cassidy thesis (available as of yesterday)...

    The Cassidy thesis (available as of yesterday) suggested the resurgence was due to patrilocality, basically confirming what Riverman is suggesting above. Atlantic Europe, from Iberia to...
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    It's definitely there, but distant. I've never...

    It's definitely there, but distant. I've never heard of any full Han Chinese person getting any European on any test, so yes, its somewhere deep back in your father's family tree. E-V13 may have been...
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    Poll: Based on results, R1b men tended to have broad...

    Based on results, R1b men tended to have broad skulls with flat occipitals. I find this funny because nobody has this skull shape in my family, but I see it often in more eastern European and Balkan...
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