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Thread: Genome diversity in the Neolithic Globular Amphorae culture and the spread o IE

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    Right on. So no surprises here, generally continuation of EEF, with traces of EHG/Yamnaya. Surely there was some contact, but no big migration yet from the Steppe. But obviously some cultural and material exchange happened. Though hardly one can make a conclusion about language here.
    On other hand, looking at Matieson figure 1, this 30% WHG looks rather like a fresh admixture, not the one that happened to EEF farmers when they entered Europe for the first time, but something recent. Might be the WHG who were pushed by expanding Steppe into central Europe, from Belarus area. Might solve the puzzle, what happened to Latvia H-G, when they were replaced by Yamanya type. Might explain change in culture too.
    Here is another thought, was the fresh WHG responsible for ubiquitous I2a2 in Globular Amphora? But that's another story. Would be nice to have a sample from 4k BC for comparison.
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    Where do you see Steppe in GAC? how do yo unknow if Iron gates HG in the region already were WHG with a percentage of EHG why is that Steppe in there?.

    There are jumps of thousands of years that are unknown. who is to say that one of these days we will not find "neighbors" of all of these that were full of CHG, and EHG and SHG and Mix of...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olympus Mons View Post
    Lebrok.
    Where do you see Steppe in GAC? how do yo unknow if Iron gates HG in the region already were WHG with a percentage of EHG why is that Steppe in there?.

    There are jumps of thousands of years that are unknown. who is to say that one of these days we will not find "neighbors" of all of these that were full of CHG, and EHG and SHG and Mix of...
    Enlarge the Mathieson figures and this paper's and you will see. It is there, unless you don't want to see it. ;)

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    NOT BASED ON ANCIENT GENOMES...

    I wonder if I can just program the computer to spit out certain sentences. :)

    It's true, however, that in most analyses the Spanish have more WHG than Central and Southern Italians, which is why they plot where they do on PCAs of European variation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    NOT BASED ON ANCIENT GENOMES...

    I wonder if I can just program the computer to spit out certain sentences. :)

    It's true, however, that in most analyses the Spanish have more WHG than Central and Southern Italians, which is why they plot where they do on PCAs of European variation.
    You should buy a few textbooks on NLP and basic programming ;)
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