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Thread: ATP9 (MBA Iberia, ca. 1600 BC)

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    Good answer Sile - Fire Haired still makes sometimes weird statements (less than in past). (on archeolinguistic here)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fire Haired14 View Post
    . Our Facial features are determined by universal human variation, especially gender, more than anything else.
    Wow! What an affirmation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomenable View Post
    If ATP9 is the first ancient from Iberia with Steppe admixture, then it means that it took Indo-Europeans ca. 1500 years to get to Iberia from the Steppe. Assuming that they started expanding from the Steppe ca. 3500-3000 BC, and first groups came to Spain ca. 2000-1500 BC. Of course those groups did not enter Iberia directly from the Steppe, but from somewhere in the middle of Europe.
    There was a reflux of BB into Iberia from the Rhine region at that time, maybe they were the R1b DF27 carriers ?, considering that the first DF27 was a BB man from Central Europe (Quedlinburg)

    Los dos enterramientos en cista en Rincón de Soto (Rioja Baja), en proximidad geográfica y cronológica con el yacimiento de Urbiola, sería concordante
    con la brusca floración de elementos braquicéfalos —campaniformes del Rhin, entre otros— que procedentes de países más septentrionales, solamente
    logran modificar el sustrato racial original en áreas muy localizadas (RIQUET 1967). Estas oleadas, que probablemente se inician durante el Eneolítico,
    adquieren su máxima intensidad con las invasiones célticas y germánicas (FUSTE 1965).
    C. de la RUA, The studies of Paleoanthropology in the Basque Country, 1990

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    This ATP9 sample has 0% of Baltic component on Eurogenes K13, when modern Spaniards average 10%, this means there had to be a post-Bronz Age population movement that had at least 20% Baltic component.

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