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  1. But the mtDNA of the two botocudos is B4a1a1,...

    But the mtDNA of the two botocudos is B4a1a1, typical of recent Polynesians (Gonçalves et al., 2010, 2013). They are from 1479 to 1842 AD, and their autosomes are linked to Polynesia (not New...
  2. Regarding the migration of Y chromosome Q -L804...

    Regarding the migration of Y chromosome Q -L804 from Greenland to Northern European Atlantic: During the little ice age of the Middle Ages, the Vikings left Greenland, while the Inuit progressed and...
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    Continued from post # 19: Certainly some slave or...

    Continued from post # 19: Certainly some slave or adopted HG men were lucky enough to pass their DNA on to farmers, but slave or adopted HG women were luckier because men are more likely to take...
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    Honorable Mrs. Angela: It seems that what led to...

    Honorable Mrs. Angela: It seems that what led to the spreading of the neolithic out of the big river valleys (slash-and-burn farming) is that after 3 to 5 years it must chage of place due to the...
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    Another point. A factor that may have...

    Another point.
    A factor that may have contributed to the increase in the percentage of y chromosomes in the farmer populations: As a rule, pre-farmer peoples around the world have a division of...
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    Thank you so much Mrs. Angela for merging the...

    Thank you so much Mrs. Angela for merging the threads. I had forgotten about this preprint. What struck me about the map of Israel was that although the Jews may have picked up some European DNA, the...
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    Thank you so much Mrs. Angela. If it were...

    Thank you so much Mrs. Angela. If it were possible I would like to eliminate this thread. As you are a prominent person at Eupedia you may be able to help to amend this: At Eupedia, not in this...
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    LBK farmers and European hunter gatherers at the dawn of European Neolithization

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-56029-2

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    Archaeogenetic research over the last decade has demonstrated that European Neolithic farmers (ENFs) were descended...
  9. A 5700 year-old human genome and oral microbiome from chewed birch pitch

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-13549-9
  10. Diverse genetic origins of medieval steppe nomad conquerors

    https://doi.org/10.1101/2019.12.15.876912
  11. Check this out:...

    Check this out:
    https://www.livescience.com/10340-lost-civilization-existed-beneath-persian-gulf.html...
  12. Neolith DNA reveal distinct ancient HLA allele pool and population transform in europ

    http://doi.org/10.1101/851188
  13. DNA from steppe into Cucuteni-Trypillia indicat long-standing contact / gradual admix

    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/849422v1
  14. Iron-Age Fennoscand mtDNA suggest incipient admix and eastern introd of farming mtDNA

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-51045-8
  15. Y DNA from Hun, Avar and Hungarian nomadic conquerors of the Carpathian Basin

    https://www.google.pt/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwjnqciO-eTlAhXB8eAKHai_D3UQFjAAegQIBRAB&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.nature.com%2Farticles%2Fs41598-019-53105-5&usg=AOv...
  16. Rare human mtDNA HV spread from the Near East /Caucasus during post-LGM / neolithic

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-48596-1
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    In addition to other sources pointing in the same...

    In addition to other sources pointing in the same direction, in the paper behind this thread, the authors expressly propose: - "the deep branches of the Q-CTS1780 lineage present at low frequencies...
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    I think I can not make links please search google...

    I think I can not make links please search google on persian gulf during ice age.

    What arguments are there for the basal eurasians not to be this population, which perhaps even reduced to slavery...
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    This process of gathering information was...

    This process of gathering information was certainly accelerated with the help of some crazy mushrooms, such as those brought from the tundra still today, or further south with other plants used to...
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    Contribution to explaining that we inherited only...

    Contribution to explaining that we inherited only the Neanderthal genetics absorbed by the homo sapiens flocks that crossed the Sinai Desert approximately 60 000 years ago: Although Europe is...
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    Yes there are some loans in the languages of the...

    Yes there are some loans in the languages of the former English colonies in this lexicon. By putting a language of each family or language isolate on the list I forgot that Basque has no "f". What...
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    There is no one, no matter how septic, that do...

    There is no one, no matter how septic, that do not fall to is knees with this. I just wanted to raise the hare. until this subject be removed to the linguistic forum and a world summit of artisanal...
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    Forget the word fishand its derivatives in...

    Forget the word fishand its derivatives in English (in the Indo Europeans we have the Pisces). Not one "f" in the basic fishing vocabulary in all these languages. If you find the letter "f" in any...
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    The Google translatorsometimes dribbles me, as...

    The Google translatorsometimes dribbles me, as English is not my mother tongue I am not in thesecret of the language nor can I express myself with the flavour that I expressin Portuguese. In the...
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    The google translator sometimes dribbles me, as...

    The google translator sometimes dribbles me, as English is not my mother tongue I am not in the secret of the language nor can I express myself with the flavor that I express in Portuguese.In the...
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