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Thread: Ancient genomes from Caucasus inc. Maykop

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfalp View Post
    But the datas are here, Maikop Steppe are north eurasian R1 foragers and Maikop foothills are CHG / middle eastern. Maikop was not indo-european and certainly played the rule of the kartvelian influence in PIE and the introduction of metallurgy and or carts. Western part of eastern europe was EHG so ANE with some WHG influence and the eastern part were EHG with female mediated CHG influence (...)
    This myth probably echoes some cultural practices and admixture events that were taking place there:

    The legend about Gargarians and Amazons: http://penelope.uchicago.edu/Thayer/...rabo/11E*.html

    "The mountains above Albania" refer of course to Caucasian Albania and North Caucasus Mountains.

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    Ancient genomes from Caucasus inc Maykop

    There was that entire bit at the end of Legend where you had to go through the ark that transported the humans from the Blue Star to Lunar. So, they had the relics in the beginning which explained what happened and how Althena brought them here. KF

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    What makes Q1a more Siberian than R1a or R1b? Isn't it likely all three moved together as part of heavily ANE population?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Johnson View Post
    So what is the deal with Steppe Maykop? I keep seeing on Eurogenes all this West Siberian Neolithic talk, but what samples are they deriving this ancestral component from? I cannot find anything online about it. What is it exactly? How do they even differentiate the ANE in these samples? There is also the presence of EDAR in the Steppe Maykop, as well as in the Mesolithic Motala hunter gatherers of Sweden and in Karelia. Could we be looking at something connected to the spread of mtDNA C1 and Y-DNA R/Q during the Upper Paleolithic, or was this also a gene present in the earliest West Eurasians/Paleo-Europeans, but due to selection, it has been diluted to non-existence in most of Europe. Much of this can be solved if we simply had more ancient East Eurasian samples.
    WSHG are 20% East Eurasian so that could explain it.

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