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    Macro-Caucasians (Burusho and North Caucasians) came from Northern Eurasia?

    Macro-Caucasians (Burusho and North Caucasians) came from Northern Eurasia?
    Component ANE (ancestral north eurasian) peaks in Europe among N.Caucasians, among Lezghians ANE reaches 30%.
    Component ANE peaks in Asia among Burusho and reaches 36%.
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...gid=1410860471
    http://polishgenes.blogspot.gr/2014/...admixture.html

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    Other way around. I rather believe that ANE is native to the region around South_Central Asia and the Iranian plateau. And from there it moved into North Eurasia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    Other way around. I rather believe that ANE is native to the region around South_Central Asia and the Iranian plateau. And from there it moved into North Eurasia.
    I could claim Central Europe for ANE on "nationalistic" bases if I cared. Let's go with only and oldest evidence so far, of Mal'ta boy from Siberia. ;)
    For a lack of better knowledge it is a perfect compromise, isn't it?
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    I think ANE should be ACA(Ancestral Central Asia)
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...a_borders4.png

    By Unesco definition Malta1 Afontova-gora and Burusho people are in Central Asia, and Caucasus is close.
    And Northern Iran is in Central Asia

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeBrok View Post
    I could claim Central Europe for ANE on "nationalistic" bases if I cared. Let's go with only and oldest evidence so far, of Mal'ta boy from Siberia. ;)
    For a lack of better knowledge it is a perfect compromise, isn't it?
    Actually I didn't claim that on "nationalistic" purpose If I did I would say ferticle crescent ;)

    I thought of South_Central Asia because somewhere I read Mal'ta individual was very similar to modern Burusho, Baloch and Kalash, also ANE peaks there.

    And because I thought about this route. Southeast Asia => South_Central Asia=> North Eurasia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert6 View Post
    Macro-Caucasians (Burusho and North Caucasians) came from Northern Eurasia?
    Component ANE (ancestral north eurasian) peaks in Europe among N.Caucasians, among Lezghians ANE reaches 30%.
    Component ANE peaks in Asia among Burusho and reaches 36%.
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...gid=1410860471
    http://polishgenes.blogspot.gr/2014/...admixture.html
    http://ejournal23.com/journals_n/1418626543.pdf
    The analysis has demonstrated strong correlation between
    R and Q haplogroups and Dene-Sino-Caucasian peoples: Sino-Tibetan, Na-Dene, North Caucasian,
    Burushasky, and Basque. Evidently, the spread of R (and Q) haplogroups from Central Asia into
    the Western Asia, which occurred in the final of Late Pleistocene – Early Holocene was closely
    related with Sino-Caucasian peoples. Some of these Sino-Caucasian peoples, probably closely
    related to Proto-North Caucasians, became for Proto-Indo-Europeans the source of R haplogroup.

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