Mycenaean Srubnaya_MLBA 0.266±0.029 Tepecik_Ciftlik_N 0.734±0.029 taildiff: 0.588000631 Full output Mycenaean Minoan_Lasithi 0.790±0.023 Srubnaya_MLBA 0.210±0.023 taildiff: 0.187709803 Full output ... Turkmenistan_IA Namazga_CA 0.528±0.040 Srubnaya_MLBA 0.472±0.040 taildiff: 0.561330411 Full output Turkmenistan_IA Dzharkutan1_BA 0.530±0.037 Srubnaya_MLBA 0.470±0.037 taildiff: 0.485083377 Full outputBut seriously, what's the direct link between populations like Tepecik_Ciftlik_N/Minoan_Lasithi and Namazga_CA/Dzharkutan1_BA, except some exceedingly distant farmer ancestry from the Fertile Crescent? See also... An early Iranian, obviously Graeco-Aryan parallels Yamnaya isn't from Iran just like R1a isn't from India
Saturday, July 21, 2018
A Mycenaean and an Iron Age Iranian walk into a bar...
What do they have in common? The same type of Near Eastern ancestry? From Iran? Nope, that's a joke. Obviously, they share the same type of steppe ancestry. This probably has some very important linguistic implications. here. Below are two pairs of formal mixture models that support my inferences from the PCA.