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    David Reich's summary of the population history of Europe

    Ancient DNA and the new science of the human past (a lecture by David Reich):

    https://videocast.nih.gov/summary.asp?Live=19940&bhcp=1

    https://oir.nih.gov/wals/2016-2017/a...nce-human-past

    Beginning in 2010, it became practical to sequence whole genomes extracted from DNA extracted from ancient human bones, and to analyze the data to understand changes in biology over time. Since then, the amount of ancient DNA data has increased at an extraordinary rate (...) Dr. Reich will begin his lecture by describing how present-day Europeans derive from a fusion of highly divergent ancestral populations as different from each other as are Europeans and East Asians. He will then summarize the history of modern humans in Europe over the approximately 45,000 years since they first arrived. (...)

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    Thanks! Great stuff!

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    Look at Eurogenes blog (whatever your love for it): it 's question of an interesting work about auDNA (total) and X-DNA and the gender biases among the BA pops who seem having colonized Europe after the Neolithic (where there is NO big gender bias, according to the cited survey )

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    I was wondering the other day whether there was something to learn from X-DNA of ancient population. It seems there is something to it.

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