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Thread: was E1b1b1b1-L19 the founding father of the Ibero-Maurisians?

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    was E1b1b1b1-L19 the founding father of the Ibero-Maurisians?

    the Neolithic North African paper
    has been discussed here :

    7 ka IAM has Y-DNA pré-E-M183, in the E-M81 branch descending from E-L19

    studying the TMRCA's in the YFull tree Ted Kendall concludes that E-L19 is Ibero-Maurisian

    E1b1b1b1-Z830 was identified amongst Natufian and both E1b1b1b1-Z830 and E1b1b1a1-M78 were identified in PPNB Ain Ghazal
    E1b1b1b1-L19, the third branch would then have chosen another path and have arrived in Morocco

    what is your opinion?

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    I prefer the simplest option, that herders from Levant expanded to Africa with their Afroasiatic languages. The dates provided and the Y-DNA are in agreement, for autosomes I don't know, no time to check yet...

    Local mtDNA usually survive much or less after admixtures.
    "What I've seen so far after my entire career chasing Indoeuropeans is that our solutions look tissue thin and our problems still look monumental" J.P.Mallory

    "The ultimate homeland of the group [PIE] that also spread Anatolian languages is less clear." D. Reich

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    I think E1b-L19 is a libyan (western) brunch of north egypt with small connect to the marocco population of E1a-M81 cluster (coastal fishing). And Nafturian is a other (eastern) brunch of north Egypt.

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