Haplogroup K & agriculture

Mmiikkii

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https://haplotree.info/maps/ancient_dna/index.php?searchcolumn=&searchfor=&ybp=500000,0

Look at this map, in Turkey the blue skeletons, that represent the Early Holocene samples.

The majority are G2 Y-haplogroups, with a significant minority of C-V20 among the ancient populations of early farmers.

But most strikingly, is that ALL but one mtDNA are K1A. There's not that much diversity of haplogroups(J, T, H...) as we see later in Europe.

The thing is that Anatolia is central to the dawn of the first farming in Europe & the world.
We already knew that we had ancestry from them, that they were white...
But having G2 Y-DNA like the EEF, corrobarates it.
 

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