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Ancient Human DNA - uMap

Ancient Human DNA - uMap

DNA Map of the Migration of peoples, migrating from Turkey, where Noah's Ark landed.

Genetic study pushes back timeline for first significant human population expansion

Distribution maps of ancient samples.

Population genomics of Bronze Age Eurasia

Dienekes’ Anthropology Blog: mtDNA haplogroup H and the origin of Europeans (Brotherton et al. 2013). It does seem increasingly likely that there was a major Out-of-Iberia episode which may very well have involved a population of relative newcomers (R1b males, undetected in Europe in the pre-5ka period) interacting with an "Iberian" matrilineal substratum and then exporting both R1b and the "Iberian" type of H into most of Western Europe with the Bell Beaker phenomenon.

mtDNA haplogroup H and the origin of Europeans (Brotherton et al.

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Myres et al. R1b-M269 Sub Clades.   Hot spots for R1b, L21 and M222 in Ireland and the West of Ireland.   "Last, the M529 (L21) clade is highest (25–50%) in England and Ireland (Figure 1m and n), with the M222 sub-clade (Figure 1o) mainly restricted to Ireland.

Myres et al. Sub Clades. Hot spots for and in Ireland and the West of Ireland. "Last, the clade is highest in England and Ireland (Figure and n), with the sub-clade (Figure mainly restricted to Ireland.

Bronze Age Britain - About 2500 B.C. an influx of migrants settled in Britain. These newcomers have been called the Beaker People because of the shape of the pot...

Bronze Age Britain - About 2500 B. an influx of migrants settled in Britain. These newcomers have been called the Beaker People because of the shape of the pot.

Dienekes’ Anthropology Blog: Ancient central European mtDNA across time (Brandt, Haak et al. and Bollongino et al.)

Ancient central European mtDNA across time (Brandt, Haak et al. and Bollongino et al.

M.Gimbutas - Kurgan Culture - TurkicWorld Clay model of a four-wheeled vehicle from Budakalasz north of Budapest. Baden culture,

Gimbutas - Kurgan Culture - TurkicWorld Clay model of a four-wheeled vehicle from Budakalasz north of Budapest.

Haplogroup Migration Map: Late Neolithic & early Bronze Age cultures in Europe from approx 5,000 to 4,500 yrs ago, along w/ suggested associations for Y-DNA haplogroups.

Haplogroup Migration Map: Late Neolithic & early Bronze Age cultures in Europe from approx to yrs ago, along w/ suggested associations for Y-DNA haplogroups.

Tracing the Origins of Indo-European Languages - Graphic - NYTimes.com.  Click through for article.  Some researchers now believe, based on linguistic evidence, that the Indo- European proto-language began with agriculturalists near present-day Anatolia, Turkey.  An opposing hypothesis points to the steppes of modern-day Ukraine.  Fascinating....

Tracing the Origins of Indo-European Languages

This article provides a linguistic construct of Indo-European language grammar as it diversified into separate, though not always distinct, languages.

What Yamnayans Looked Like.

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