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Thread: New map of Ancient Eurasian (ANE) admixture

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    ANE obviously isn't exclusively Indoeuropean at least. It is extremely high in some Uralic and Turkic speaking groups.

    Magyars and Oghuz Turks could have brought more ANE in the areas they settled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A. Papadimitriou View Post
    ANE obviously isn't exclusively Indoeuropean at least. It is extremely high in some Uralic and Turkic speaking groups.

    Magyars and Oghuz Turks could have brought more ANE in the areas they settled.
    ??? Have you actually seen the ANE scores of Turkic groups in Central and East Asia? Heck even those in Central Asia score less than Indo_Iranians and Caucasians as well North Europeans. Also today the ANE in the Steppes is weaker than in the past, So how could they have brought more ANE??

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    If you explain with examples I will answer and I may recall.

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    My results for ANE:

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    Admix Results (sorted):

    # Population Percent
    1 ANE 34.52
    2 Caucas-Gedrosia 33.29
    3 NearEast 13.39
    4 ENF 11.48
    5 ASI 3.67
    6 Subsaharian 2.33

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    My results based on Eurogenes K13

    I'm Hungarian from Hungarian part of Romania (Partium)

    EEF 55.96 %

    WHG 30.24 %

    ANE 13.80 %

    according to Eurogenes ANE K7

    ANE 15.33

    ASE 2.20

    WHG/UHG 57.04

    ENF 24.30

    E-Eurasian 0

    W-Afr 0.60

    E-Afr 0.53

    based on MDLP K16 Gedmach Genesis


    #PopulationPercent
    1Neolithic26.88
    2Caucasian24.26
    3NorthEastEuropean22.82
    4Steppe22.17
    5NearEast2.04
    6SouthEastAsian0.93
    7Ancestor0.54
    8Amerindian0.33
    9Subsaharian0.04

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