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  • Lesa on 2017-Jun-16 03:23:13 Lesa said

    To me it seems plausible X2 and X1 are more related to early Anatolians (maybe as huheer-gatntrers) who may have been in the Caucasus, but also moved into the ancient Near East. Consider the Druze who have various distinct mutations for these X1/X2 lineages. From the data so far, a Neolithic immigration to Europe is plausible, but so far nothing can be ruled out. Even some mesolithic European lineages (ie: U4) are present in the Near East from Jean M's compendium. I think it's clear there is overlap and we really need a FGS where possible for the lowest level of granularity.

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