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    Celtic Iron Age ancestry

    Celtic Iron Age ancestry map Or the (Tokharian) Togarmah link between Germans and ... .
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    3 Bell Beaker ancestries

    Corded Ware = Bell Beaker Steppe (56.4% WSH / 27.7% EEF / 14.7% WHG) The real heirs of the traditional Corded Ware culture roamed around Switzerland and are identical to the steppe-typed Bell Beakers. All other Corded Ware samples are either literally dead to half alife or are identical to the...
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    WHG Ancestry map

    calculated with G25
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    IE Tarim Basin theory reconsidered

    Tlingits are the closest people to the "oldest" Tarim stratum. J2BvLNF.png (469×747) ( uRcO6L9.png (475×753) ( Tlingits have the highest Andronovo-related Altai_MLBA ancestry (63.2%). Altai_MLBA ancestry has ~50% WSH, ~40% Northeast Asian and 10% Amerindian ancestries...
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    NEW: 80 kurgans dating back to 3,500 B.C. found in Istanbul

    Recent artifacts found to change Istanbul’s history - Turkey News ( Activate the subtitles
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    WHAT happened to Vahaduo?

    How do you explain this? I am confused. Normally scaled average samples should be the same. Did you use a different compiler? What happened?
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    Turkic peoples - East Asian propaganda finally finds an end

    Damgaard 2018 says that Turks were originally East Asian, because they found an East Asian elite member in a Göktürk tomb. Jeong 2020, however, says that most Göktürk samples belonged to paternal Haplogroup J2 (6/9 or 66.%), with the others being R1b (1/9 or or 11%) and O2 (2/9 or 22%) and that...
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    WHAT happened to Vahaduo?

    can anybody explain this impossible thing? this actually happened to all G25 samples. I think he changed the polarization. But for what reason?
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    Turkic/Mongolic has ancient West Eurasian CHG and Iran_N components

    [COLOR=#000000][FONT='inherit']from the new Jeong et al. 2019 paper: The cline follows a north-to-south migration. So, this is very ancient. Very ANE-time-like. Your interpretations also welcome.
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    Sintashta must have spoken Turkic
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    New EHG / ANE map (Eastern Hunter Gatherers / Ancient North Eurasians)

    EHG (Eastern Hunter Gatherers) and West_Siberian_HG (WSHG) derive from ANE (Ancestral North Eurasian). ANE derives from ANS (Ancient North Siberian). [] This map describes the Eastern Hunter Gatherers in the context of Eurasian Paleogenetics and is primarily based on the...
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    Corded Ware in Eastern Siberia?
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    Proto-Scythian results

    ARS026 Gedmatch: Z841501 with Sintashta and Karasuk affinity. Map was made by Sergey Kozlov.,11376.90.html Closest ancient samples: (made by Danişmend) 1) Hun_Tian_Shan_DA385 @ 8,107176 2) Hun_Tian_Shan_DA100 @ 10,030619 3) Saka_Central_DA13 @ 10,077415...
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    More evidence that the PIE R1b people originated in the Maykop culture

    "...the linguistic evidence from our family does not lead us beyond Gimbutas’ secondary homeland and that the Khvalynsk culture on the middle Volga and the Maykop culture in the northern Caucasus cannot be identified with the Indo-Europeans. Any proposal which goes beyond the Sredny Stog culture...
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    Black Lake origin of R1a, R1b and proto-indo-european continuum language ?

    I have to interrupt you here. Anatole A. Klyosov, Igor L. RozhanskiiAdvances in Anthropology Vol.2 No.1, February 2012 - Haplogroup R1a as the...
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    Chuvash-Kurdish lexical parallels

    The Chuvash language has quite a lot of words you can find a match in the Iranian languages or even just in a few of them, but the Chuvash-Kurdish lexical parallels are the most numerous. Kurdish and other Iranian Chuvash and other Turkic bet “a bustard” větel “woodkock” kere “butter”...
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    P haplogroup - The father of YDN Q and R groups

    Tell me your thoughts about the Kazakh man with the haplogroup P. What do you think about the migratory of haplogroup P peoples.