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Thread: Genomic History of Neolithic to Bronze Age Anatolia, N.Levant & S. Caucasus

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    ^^What does the above say about how much East Eurasian was in Central Asia/Tarim Basin when the ancestors of Mittanis/Tocharians moved in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by etrusco View Post
    from Carlos Quiles's site

    but it is my fault. It seems that the western source is more similar to Goyet ( which is Aurignacian)
    here is the quote ( EWE stands for early west eurasian)

    Ancient North Eurasians (ANE): contributed to by ANS, an EWE source close to the Goyet cluster (ca. 75%) and an EEA population (ca. 25%).
    Is ANE defined by Yana or Malta? If its the latter then I think ANE is only 9% EEA related not 25%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratchet_fan View Post
    ^^What does the above say about how much East Eurasian was in Central Asia/Tarim Basin when the ancestors of Mittanis/Tocharians moved in?
    AFAIK North-Central Asia was probably inhabited mainly by Botai-like and Dali_EBA-like populations, that is, mostly a mix of EHG + ANE + East Eurasian in minor but significant proportions (~15-20% IIRC).

    South-Central Asia had some of that northern hunter-gatherer ancestry in scattered places and individuals, but the vast majority of the region's genetic makeup was Eastern Iran_N.

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    Eh, So I read almost the entire thread and not a word about Proto-Kartvelian peoples... Has there been any meaningful research done about them? Every time I read a new research about Caucasus it seems to be centered around IE/Semitic/Armenian/steppe ancestry. It's as if researchers are avoiding Proto-Kartvelian. Genetically speaking Modern Kartvelians seem to be related to Ancient Caucasians and Anatolians but when discussing ancient groups none of them are associated with Kartvelian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ygorcs View Post
    AFAIK North-Central Asia was probably inhabited mainly by Botai-like and Dali_EBA-like populations, that is, mostly a mix of EHG + ANE + East Eurasian in minor but significant proportions (~15-20% IIRC).

    South-Central Asia had some of that northern hunter-gatherer ancestry in scattered places and individuals, but the vast majority of the region's genetic makeup was Eastern Iran_N.
    That's what I think too. Does North Central Asia extend to the Tarim in your opinion?

    So NCA was like 75-80% West Eurasian and South Central Asia was mostly Iran_N but with some Anatolian ancestry as well no?

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    is there also a link to the supplements?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bicicleur View Post
    is there also a link to the supplements?
    I clicked on the link for it, but it just sent me to a page of references.

    In my spare time, I will try to decipher what the archeological designations are for the samples I have coordinates for.

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    It was always there another prespective🤔
    https://www.researchgate.net/publica...rly_Bronze_Age
    https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-FGC7391/

    https://yfull.com/mtree/H3ap/

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