tiistai 5. tammikuuta 2016

Neolithic Anatolian or Middle Eastern

I am still busy with my new test environment and to make it ready would take at least two weeks.  To keep my blog alive I made a small comparison between Anatolian Neolithic and BedouinB samples.   The history of  Middle Eastern migrations to Europe is still mostly unmapped and to resolve it would need a lot more scanned ancient data, for example from the Roman Iron Age.   But something can be done just now.  My comparison is based on two dstat-analyses

dstat(<Europop>,Mbuti:Anatolian Neolithic,Chimp)



Anatolian Neolithic is on the Y-axis and BedouinB is on the x-axis.   The plot tells that Armenians, Ashkenazim, Georgians, East Sicilians, Sicilians, Cypriots and South Italians deviate from the common European line towards Bedouins.  Spaniards, Basques and Sardinians deviate to the opposite direction.  What is remarkable is that Ashkenazim seem to own less Neolithic Anatolian and Bedouin admixtures than many South Europeans.*   Maybe they have more complex European admixture than South Europeans?

The Finns are split into two groups on the grounds of Corded Ware ancestry.   My older bifurcation was based on non-European admixtures and it was arbitrary in respect of the known history. 

* My fault, only Armenians and Georgians have more BedouinB than Ashkenazim,  Cypriots have it equally.

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