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Thanks to Genetiker who let me reblogg this.
Genetiker have by now presented so many essential analysis re Ancient Genome that I during the day will start a new page on my blogg. If you from tomorrow June 30 2016 look up on the top of the blogg you will find an index as well as later on links to information told long ago which most historians believe could have happened but most likely didn’t. Well they were wrong as I see it reading the analysis.

Please read these lines in the article: The plot below shows most European populations as having only small amounts of the Caucasus-related pine green component.

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Below is a plot for a K = 13 admixture analysis that includes 45 ancient Near Eastern genomes.

This analysis produced five Caucasoid components. Three of them are similar to components in the preceding K = 12 analysis, while a fourth represents Western European hunter-gatherer DNA, and a fifth represents DNA from the hunter-gatherers of Eastern Europe and Western Siberia, and the later Copper and Bronze Age populations of Eastern Europe.

Over the past week I began to suspect that the Caucasus-related pine green component appearing in large amounts in European samples in my recent K = 13 analyses, which I thought was linked with the spread of R1b-L51 people, was somehow spurious. This analysis, along with others I’ve done over the past few days, confirms my suspicion. The plot below shows most European populations as having only small amounts of the Caucasus-related pine green component.

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Thanks to Genetiker who let me reblogg this essential serie of information that gives more than I ever expected to the Ancient History and answers for credibility of several written sources from 750 BC on forward. Stories that must have been told from one generation to the next in a long long line of generations.

Genetiker

Below is a plot for a K = 12 admixture analysis that includes 45 ancient Near Eastern genomes.

This analysis produced four Caucasoid components, one peaking in European hunter-gatherers, one in the early Neolithic farmers of Asia Minor and Europe, one in the hunter-gatherers of the Caucasus region, and one in the hunter-gatherers of the Epipaleolithic Natufian culture of the Levant.

The plot shows the Mesolithic R1b, R1a, and J1 hunter-gatherers of Samara and Karelia in Russia as being very similar to the other Mesolithic European hunter-gatherers, but also as having some of the Caucasus-related component. The amount of this component increases in the people of the middle Copper Age Khvalynsk culture, and then increases further in the people of the late Copper Age and early Bronze Age Pit Grave culture.

I may update this post with a new plot if another K = 12 analysis produces what I consider…

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