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Sikeliot
10-29-2019, 01:46 AM
By this I do not mean how much Berber or Arab they are. I mean, is the base population of North African Berbers descended from an ancient migration from the Levant? Arabia? Iberia?

Is their base also Natufian-like, shared with Levantines and Arabians?

Seabass
10-29-2019, 02:20 AM
A good answer to this question would be better left to ideally a North African member here or some9ne pretty savy on ancient history accross North Africa. Simple guesstimate from me is that their genetic results seem to suggest there appears to be migrations from the neolithic levant and possibly chalcolithic iberians. Populations will nil steppe or chg, but excess levels of natufian and early European farmer/neolithic anatolian. I would be surprised and amazed if there are today trace levels of whg in North Africans but I wouldn't completely discount that possibility. Strangely an analysis of gulf Arabs can show 1 percent whg. Not sure how real that is.

Unrelated to the questions asked, but North Africans otherwise amazingly show a level of continuity from iberomarusians from 10s of thousands of years ago. Perhaps up to a third of their dna appears to come from them. Iberomarusians themselves cannot be modelled too well yet, but you can get better fits modelling them as a hybrid of natufians and African populations. It's still a poor fit. I forget whether the African population was Eastern or Western.

Sikeliot
10-29-2019, 03:02 AM
A good answer to this question would be better left to ideally a North African member here or some9ne pretty savy on ancient history accross North Africa. Simple guesstimate from me is that their genetic results seem to suggest there appears to be migrations from the neolithic levant and possibly chalcolithic iberians. Populations will nil steppe or chg, but excess levels of natufian and early European farmer/neolithic anatolian. I would be surprised and amazed if there are today trace levels of whg in North Africans but I wouldn't completely discount that possibility. Strangely an analysis of gulf Arabs can show 1 percent whg. Not sure how real that is.

Unrelated to the questions asked, but North Africans otherwise amazingly show a level of continuity from iberomarusians from 10s of thousands of years ago. Perhaps up to a third of their dna appears to come from them. Iberomarusians themselves cannot be modelled too well yet, but you can get better fits modelling them as a hybrid of natufians and African populations. It's still a poor fit. I forget whether the African population was Eastern or Western.


What I notice is today's North Africans show significant distance from today's Levantines, likely because Levantines have significant CHG that did not make it to North Africa... North Africans may descend from an older Levantine type population higher in Natufian. North Africans are closer to Bedouins and Arabian peoples in general than they are to Levantines.

The closest non-Maghrebis to them tend to be Egyptians, West Sicilians, Maltese, and Western Jews. But I definitely see significant evidence of Iberian ancestry in North Africa, whether ancient or recent.

ffoucart
10-29-2019, 07:08 AM
Basic genetic background (autosomal) would be a mix of Iberomaurusian, Natufian and Iberian Neolithic, with some recent SSA (it seems most of SSA admixture happened during and after Roman Empire).

Despite cultural differences, Arabs and Berbers (including Kabyles) are pretty much the same. The explanation would be that Arabs in NA are Berbers which adopted Arab language and culture.

E_M81_I3A
10-29-2019, 09:42 AM
Here are some Global 25 results i had posted a few months ago:

Scaled:
https://i.ibb.co/5k1tTqK/Global25-North-Africa.jpg

NetNomad
10-29-2019, 10:27 AM
It is surprising that despite the high Anatolian Neolithic ancestry in the Maghreb their Y is more or less similar to the Iberomaurusian and Natufians (E-M35).

Ignis90
10-29-2019, 12:44 PM
By "North Africans", you mean Berbers/Maghrebis. Egyptians are North Africans too but are their own thing.

At this point, I'd say we know more or less the general picture: mostly descended from the same West Eurasian Paleolithic populations as Middle Easterners and South Europeans (Dzudzuana-like) + some African/non-OoA of various origins (but mostly from Iberomaurusians)+ sprinkles of WHG-related and North Eurasian.
The relationship between North Africa and West Asia before the Neolithic might be more complex than that though. And Iberomaurusians are still somewhat of a mystery.
Overall, Berbers/Maghrebis are at the very periphery of modern West Eurasian landscape because of higher African ancestry than other West Eurasians and to a lesser extent because of lower "Eastern" influences that characterizes most modern West Eurasians (ANE-related stuff, WHG, East Eurasian.. ).
Also at one extreme periphery of Africa (with Egyptians), but that's already obvious.

I think we're still lacking some crucial ancient DNA samples to model decently North Africans, especially from Mesolithic, Neolithic (and later) Egyptians/North Sudan. This is especially important since Berbers speak a branch of Afro-Asiatic language, most closely related to Semitic and then Cushitic.
At this point, we already have Natufians, Neolithic Levantines and Kenyan/Tanzanian Neolithic Pastoralists to give us a hint at what the Neolithic Egypto-Nubian population was like (somewhere on that cline).
This is particularly important for eastern Berbers /Maghrebis, who independently of any Arabian/Near Eastern ancestry, have a higher affinity to Natufians/Neolithic Levantines and are more Egyptian-like than Western Maghrebis are.
We're also lacking ancient DNA from the Sahara, especially during Green Sahara phases, as bidirectional geneflow seems to have taken place (SSA-like ancestry in the North, Eurasian ancestry in West-Central Africa). Kiffians and Tenerians for instance come in mind.

Based on modern Maghrebis, I'd say there are 2 main clines:
- one going from South Morocco/West Sahara (highest Iberomaurusian, >40%) to all the rest of the Maghreb, the lowest being around 18-20% in the East (Libya/Tunisia). Ancient Guanches people are on this cline, cluster with Central Moroccans to Northern Moroccans
- one Egyptian-like cline, from East to West, although seem to be particularly stronger in the peri-Saharan regions, maybe related to the recent spread and domination of "Zenati"/Eastern-Central Berber languages from a possible Libyan ultimate source (as well as Arabized Zenata during the Arab expansions) .

One peculiar thing is the North Moroccan and Southern Tunisian Chenini samples are very close to each other, the latter being slightly eastern-shifted. This could mean the "coastal" region was similar to them until the intrusion of the more Egyptian-like heavy signal from Libya>northernmost Sahara> Aurès mountains in the last 2000 years, with limited impact on the high density populations of the coastal region (North Moroccan Riffians for instance, so linguistic zenatization mostly) and higher impact on lower density and more mobile peri-Saharan and semi-arid steppes.
This could mean Kabyle-related languages were spoken on the coastal region before Zenatization and Arabization.
Could also support a link between Kabyle and the "Western block" (Atlas Tamazight, Tashelhit from the Souss), albeit quite distantly in the past.


It is surprising that despite the high Anatolian Neolithic ancestry in the Maghreb their Y is more or less similar to the Iberomaurusian and Natufians (E-M35).

If you add the Iberomaurusian + the Natufian-like, it's still 40 to 50 % of the total ancestry that is related to high E-M35 carrying populations.
That being said, it's seems clear E-M183 in Maghrebis is the product of a "recent" bottleneck, which probably erased previous diversity more clearly related to the Anatolian Neolithic expansion (among others).

Camulogène Rix
10-29-2019, 02:21 PM
Here are some Global 25 results i had posted a few months ago:

Scaled:
https://i.ibb.co/5k1tTqK/Global25-North-Africa.jpg

How do you explain the Barcin_N strong variations amongst all these populations? the gap between Berber_Morocco and Berber_Tunisia is puzzling:confused:

Milkyway
10-29-2019, 02:39 PM
There's this work (https://science.sciencemag.org/content/360/6388/548) which indicates that ancient (15,000 YBP) North Africans derive 2/3 of their ancestry from a Natufian-related population that also contributed to West Eurasians and 1/3 from an African population that isn't closely related to any living group. There's also some sort of genetic continuity between these samples and present-day North Africans, especially those from Morocco (Mozabites):

https://indo-european.eu/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/taforalt-admixture.jpg

" Because f4 statistics are linear under admixture, we expect the Taforalt population not to be any closer to these outgroups than Yoruba or Natufians if the two-way admixture model is correct. However, we find instead that the Taforalt group is significantly closer to both outgroups (aSouthAfrica and Mbuti) than any combination of Yoruba and Natufians (z ≥ 2.728 SE; Fig. 4). A similar pattern is observed for the East African outgroups Dinka, Mota, and Hadza (table S11 and fig. S20). These results can only be explained by Taforalt harboring an ancestry that contains additional affinity with South, East, and Central African outgroups. None of the present-day or ancient Holocene African groups serve as a good proxy for this unknown ancestry, because adding them as the third source is still insufficient to match the model to the Taforalt gene pool (table S12 and fig. S21)."

Curiosly, Pleistocene North Africans from Taforalt are unrelated to Mesolithic Europeans (let's not forget that some mtDNA haplogroups with Mesolithic/Late Pleistocene coalescence times like H and U6 are found on both sides of the Mediterranean). I hope we hear more from North African population history within the next months/years.

E_M81_I3A
10-29-2019, 02:43 PM
How do you explain the Barcin_N strong variations amongst all these populations? the gap between Berber_Morocco and Berber_Tunisia is puzzling:confused:


If we look at the Y-dna published in previous studies, Berbers Sened from Tunisia have about 31% of J1 while for example Berbers Chenini have 0% J1. So Sened are clearly more Levantine/Arab than other groups (even if they speak a berber language)...

Ruderico
10-29-2019, 02:52 PM
How do you explain the Barcin_N strong variations amongst all these populations? the gap between Berber_Morocco and Berber_Tunisia is puzzling:confused:

Modern Berbers are quite diverse though, so it isn't strange. Here's a simple PCA plot with 3 nodes, Iberia, Maghreb and the Levant

https://i.postimg.cc/vGqyVL5h/berbers.png

Ignis90
10-29-2019, 02:58 PM
How do you explain the Barcin_N strong variations amongst all these populations? the gap between Berber_Morocco and Berber_Tunisia is puzzling:confused:

I think this is due to Levantine_N, which gets inflated for some reason. I prefer using Natufians to better show the relatedness between Maghrebis: Anatolian_N related ancestry is slightly lower toward the East of the Maghreb, it's not as extreme as 45% in Tiznit to 7% in Sened.
Also weird that the populations with the highest Yamnaya have the lowest Barcin_N.
When using Early Neolithic IAM (mostly descended from Iberomaurusian but more Eurasian-admixed), the Yamnaya decreases in all Maghrebis, but still generally higher in the East.

Also due to some Arabian ancestry in some individuals in some groups (in some Sened and Tunisians individuals for instance, and in Libyans obviously), the Barcin_N is further decreased.

Ruderico
10-29-2019, 05:11 PM
Modern Berbers are quite diverse though, so it isn't strange. Here's a simple PCA plot with 3 nodes, Iberia, Maghreb and the Levant

https://i.postimg.cc/vGqyVL5h/berbers.png

Here's where the early medieval (9th century, if I'm not mistaken) Guanche samples plot, for comparison.

https://i.postimg.cc/9cT10fpJ/berber-guanche.png

Sikeliot
10-29-2019, 10:34 PM
How do you explain the Barcin_N strong variations amongst all these populations? the gap between Berber_Morocco and Berber_Tunisia is puzzling:confused:

Levant_N is close to Natufian, and is typified by Arabians, no?

I am not surprised Tunisia has more of such ancestry, by far, than do Moroccans and Algerians.

Amhas
11-01-2019, 12:30 PM
Here's where the early medieval (9th century, if I'm not mistaken) Guanche samples plot, for comparison.

https://i.postimg.cc/9cT10fpJ/berber-guanche.png

Which Berber groups were used for each country ?

Ruderico
11-01-2019, 03:34 PM
I have no idea, you'll have to ask David himself

E_M81_I3A
11-01-2019, 05:34 PM
Berber samples in G25 are from Arauna et al. 2017 study : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5644363/

Berber_Algeria: Timimoun
Berber_MAR_ERR: Errachidia
Berber_MAR_TIZ: Tiznit
Berber_Tunisia_Chen: Chenini
Berber_Tunisia_Sen: Sened

"Algerian" individuals are from city of Algiers so probably a mix of multiple régions from Algeria (with many of them being very likely Kabyles).

Bealfire
11-01-2019, 06:59 PM
They are clearly predominantly Anatolian Neolithic, Mesolithic Iberomaurusian with Natufian-like ancestry, some obvious Yamnaya/steppe, some SSA, additional extra-Eastern Mediterranean ancestry.

G25 of a Southern Moroccan .
https://scontent-cdt1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/fr/cp0/e15/q65/75424752_139554747371821_9161635902064164864_n.jpg ?_nc_cat=101&efg=eyJpIjoidCJ9&_nc_oc=AQn0M4FJu4AMe4MP1qLR2zpMlVPmAHyA0px9aijbT5N bhfe_yTefQsk1m841cwioQZk&_nc_ht=scontent-cdt1-1.xx&oh=87098ed1ee290a1f2530a0bd2f090ba9&oe=5E19881D

G25 of a North Moroccan Riffian.
https://scontent-cdt1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/fr/cp0/e15/q65/74607768_139554684038494_4502631636231258112_n.jpg ?_nc_cat=108&efg=eyJpIjoidCJ9&_nc_oc=AQnRCJl05vcPlMcDIHc1F3RlqXnofzlfrJcyqTevEL8 kbirthjhoHYjtU8lBUhC0jWY&_nc_ht=scontent-cdt1-1.xx&oh=99f6f86ed57abbd5fff9dd424610a972&oe=5E567C7A

G25 of a Tunisian woman.
https://scontent-cdt1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/fr/cp0/e15/q65/73269268_139554704038492_5895542195213041664_n.jpg ?_nc_cat=110&efg=eyJpIjoidCJ9&_nc_oc=AQmjU6OIX8HNz65u2VkTg9r-fDF0lsUtdzBik9GsCBj8NVatucb1GjIQFRWsBemyO-U&_nc_ht=scontent-cdt1-1.xx&oh=620228d492e6843b792d6cd2e96a6bee&oe=5E64C46B

G25 of a Darija speaking Eastern Algerian
https://scontent-cdt1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/fr/cp0/e15/q65/74601246_140295123964450_2072732486697222144_o.jpg ?_nc_cat=102&efg=eyJpIjoidCJ9&_nc_oc=AQnl9TIO68yMlD8fE4sZrFI75W8ACv-pWYoCAy3dLQMAUWNOml7z7tOcqOZ9QA_PgXY&_nc_ht=scontent-cdt1-1.xx&oh=01c1d54023c05f81e833da7fc356a804&oe=5E4E7D54

G25 of an Algerian Kabyle.
https://scontent-cdg2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/fr/cp0/e15/q65/73114295_140309950629634_7135325900098240512_o.jpg ?_nc_cat=101&efg=eyJpIjoidCJ9&_nc_oc=AQn2HQ10fca2uighJIvIB-gvNubk7c4Co2nNRSdXVz86SJqDvgPWF4O8Di4-iOJKVhYfmOnBIqqDhZxTnDO6ntaC&_nc_ht=scontent-cdg2-1.xx&oh=acda9f37bff198f06d27c07e03661d03&oe=5E51BD7C

G25 1/2 Algerian, 1/4 South Tunisian 1/8 Kabyle 1/8 French
https://scontent-cdt1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/fr/cp0/e15/q65/73253460_140281097299186_5926912610573221888_o.jpg ?_nc_cat=101&efg=eyJpIjoidCJ9&_nc_oc=AQkN95kanuM9oKkFXmshi9jv_2qW78d7FrXpuWCGiQu 4tbqChBoivtUgr8GIHbJxm5A&_nc_ht=scontent-cdt1-1.xx&oh=22fedd3be2efa9f18282702fdd283488&oe=5E1CE4E9


G25 of a South Moroccan Berber from Anti - Atlas.
https://scontent-cdt1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/fr/cp0/e15/q65/73539713_139554727371823_9145804098560327680_n.jpg ?_nc_cat=108&efg=eyJpIjoidCJ9&_nc_oc=AQkb6Ta6XkL7Ud_tBwnik4v0lZYDmltMbfW0Z9RB9Ce 5SZDtmmAGiAvJNPr4TTDWxu0&_nc_ht=scontent-cdt1-1.xx&oh=86cf18668eeea47cbd4d324d0ec80340&oe=5E19A5EA

Bealfire
11-01-2019, 07:15 PM
Here the G25 of a Sicilian who appears to show 15% Levantine and 10% North African admixtures.

https://scontent-cdt1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/fr/cp0/e15/q65/76730648_140290807298215_5586193791284412416_o.jpg ?_nc_cat=106&efg=eyJpIjoidCJ9&_nc_oc=AQnw-lD8xrZRLHLa0mPyhbSUPTYS0UFlf1ovupUR62e3Var_DfkMCHE IOAwKhmu_HU0&_nc_ht=scontent-cdt1-1.xx&oh=1b5dc2251e885bdaf3193e8d88a23c3d&oe=5E1ECC07

Amhas
11-01-2019, 08:37 PM
Berber samples in G25 are from Arauna et al. 2017 study : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5644363/

Berber_Algeria: Timimoun
Berber_MAR_ERR: Errachidia
Berber_MAR_TIZ: Tiznit
Berber_Tunisia_Chen: Chenini
Berber_Tunisia_Sen: Sened

I had a doubt about that, the PCA is somehow weird, Timimoum are strongly shifted toward Subsaharan Africa, they can't be closer to Eurasians than the other Berbers (Berber Algeria in the PCA).
I was thinking about Mozabites, but these aren't that "Eastern" shifted and should be in line with Moroccan southern Berbers + minor eastern shift.
Tunisian Berbers are in line with their results, we can clearly see 2 groups, Chenini closer to Moroccans, and Send shifted towards East.

Michalis Moriopoulos
11-02-2019, 12:16 AM
Based on the locations, I suppose we can assume that the G25 Berbers can be more specifically classified as follows:

Timimoun: Gurara
Errachidia: Central Atlas Tamazight
Tiznit: Shilha
Chenini & Sened: East Zenati

I would presume all the Maghrebi samples not specifically labelled "Berber" in the G25 are Arabs, but maybe there are Berbers mixed in there as well. Not that I think it's going to make much difference.

Ignis90
11-02-2019, 03:10 AM
IAM vs some West Eurasians:
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"DZ" samples are Algerians (from Bekada et al. 2015 ?), which I've broken down in 4 separate groups based on how they behave because the group is too diverse (and masks the rest) :
DZ1: most samples
DZ2: Timimoun-like
DZ3: minor Arabian shift
DZ4: 2 with minor European shift + 1 Mozabite with Euro shift.

Michalis Moriopoulos
11-02-2019, 04:09 AM
^ That's a good idea.

Anyhow, I've cordoned off the North African samples that have over 25% SSA (aggregated Dinka & Yoruba) per the Vahaduo runs below. Those with 75% or more SSA are given the tag "SSA_Profile." There are only a handful of these and they're all from Timimoun. Those with over 25% (but less than 75%) SSA are given the tag "Intermediate Profile." Crudely, these are what most people would call mixed-race North Africans. They seem to be especially numerous in the Saharan regions of North Africa, though Saharawis and Mozabites don't have all that much SSA as a rule.

The Moroccan user Amhas (Arabophone Moroccan) gave me his coordinates to play with, as well as the coordinates of a few other people he knows, including three Middle Atlas Berbers and one Riffian. They can be found in the runs below. The Riffian is especially interesting. I'll plot them on some PCAs shortly, but first things first:

West Eurasian Moroccans (plus Guanches and Copper Age Iberian sample)
https://i.imgur.com/xeP3j6f.png

Intermediate Moroccans
https://i.imgur.com/SlBSrjd.png

West Eurasian Algerians
https://i.imgur.com/vFI8KYY.png

Intermediate & SSA Algerians
https://i.imgur.com/YwXbopM.png

Tunisians
https://i.imgur.com/23RgXph.png

Libyans
https://i.imgur.com/jzgylu9.png

Egyptians
https://i.imgur.com/VHY3xj7.png

Michalis Moriopoulos
11-02-2019, 04:27 AM
Ignis, I see you've got some juicy samples at your disposal. I see Amhas' samples, but also a Kabyle and Shawia there. I'm jelly. ;p

Ruderico
11-02-2019, 09:57 AM
I had a doubt about that, the PCA is somehow weird, Timimoum are strongly shifted toward Subsaharan Africa, they can't be closer to Eurasians than the other Berbers (Berber Algeria in the PCA).

There are no SSA references in that plot, so naturally that won't show as very relevant. I did the plot with ancient south Iberians in mind, not modern north Africans

Sikeliot
11-02-2019, 12:06 PM
^ That's a good idea.

Anyhow, I've cordoned off the North African samples that have over 25% SSA (aggregated Dinka & Yoruba) per the Vahaduo runs below. Those with 75% or more SSA are given the tag "SSA_Profile." There are only a handful of these and they're all from Timimoun. Those with over 25% (but less than 75%) SSA are given the tag "Intermediate Profile." Crudely, these are what most people would call mixed-race North Africans. They seem to be especially numerous in the Saharan regions of North Africa, though Saharawis and Mozabites don't have all that much SSA as a rule.

The Moroccan user Amhas (Arabophone Moroccan) gave me his coordinates to play with, as well as the coordinates of a few other people he knows, including three Middle Atlas Berbers and one Riffian. They can be found in the runs below. The Riffian is especially interesting. I'll plot them on some PCAs shortly, but first things first:

West Eurasian Moroccans (plus Guanches and Copper Age Iberian sample)
https://i.imgur.com/xeP3j6f.png

Intermediate Moroccans
https://i.imgur.com/SlBSrjd.png

West Eurasian Algerians
https://i.imgur.com/vFI8KYY.png

Intermediate & SSA Algerians
https://i.imgur.com/YwXbopM.png

Tunisians
https://i.imgur.com/23RgXph.png

Libyans
https://i.imgur.com/jzgylu9.png

Egyptians
https://i.imgur.com/VHY3xj7.png



It looks like Egyptians and Libyans are more similar, Algerians and Moroccans more similar, and Tunisians in the middle. Tunisians are noticeably more "Natufian" than those to their west.

E_M81_I3A
11-02-2019, 12:08 PM
All these G25 admixture proportions (as well genetic distances between individuals) confirm what was already observed by most genetic studies, like by Arauna and Comas in their 2017 paper (Genetic Heterogeneity between Berbers and Arabs (http://www.biologiaevolutiva.org/dcomas/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Arauna-Comas-2017.pdf )) : a high population heterogeneity in Northwest Africa with no correlation between genetics and geography, linguistics or ethnic affiliation . As we can observe, even individuals from the same location/group can be genetically more distant than groups of people in geographically distant populations. According to the authors "Most of the genetic studies in North African populations agree with a limited or non-existent correlation between genetics and geography, and therefore, they show a high population heterogeneity in the region … Regardless of the genetic markers analysed, North African populations have been described as a mosaic of North African, Middle Eastern, European and sub-Saharan ancestries. The differential admixture with these four ancestry sources explains the current genetic structure in North Africa, characterised by diverse and heterogeneous populations. This differential admixture explains why nearby populations or even individuals inhabiting the same location might be genetically more distant than groups of people in geographically distant populations. For instance, North African individuals with similar amounts of sub-Saharan admixture present high genetic similarities regardless of their geographical origin. Neither geography, linguistics nor ethnic affiliation is correlated with a specific pattern of admixture proportions. A completely different scenario was shown when analysing North African Jews, who are genetically closer to other Jewish populations than to their geographic neighbours"

Alanson
11-02-2019, 12:55 PM
...

Can you link the spreadsheet for me to download it? Also, can you do a Palestinian one as well?

Amhas
11-02-2019, 02:17 PM
It looks like Egyptians and Libyans are more similar, Algerians and Moroccans more similar, and Tunisians in the middle. Tunisians are noticeably more "Natufian" than those to their west.

Some Libyans from Nafussa, and Tuaregs are western shifted, some coastal Libyans have high Anatolian/Greek ancestry.

Ignis90
11-02-2019, 03:07 PM
There does seem to exist some structure following geography: for instance, you have the Morocco area from North Moroccans, to Middle Atlas Moroccans (Tamazight speakers) , to Errachidia (Tamazight speakers), to the high Atlas and finally to the Souss (Tiznit) /Western Sahara.
The medieval Guanches are there too, clustering like Middle Atlasians to Northern Moroccans.
As one recent paper suggests, there might have been two distinct waves of migration to the Canaries, which might explain why Guanches are stretched out.

Also notice the academic Moroccan sample: they are more eastern, breaking the continuum. This is because the samples come from the plains of the Atlantic and are mostly Arabic speakers. This is most likely due to Arab-era migrations of Eastern [arabized] Berbers + a minority of Arabian-descended people (a couple of Moroccans seems to be clearly Arabian shifted).



Ignis, I see you've got some juicy samples at your disposal. I see Amhas' samples, but also a Kabyle and Shawia there. I'm jelly. ;p

The two Kabyles I have behave very weirdly, I think there is a problem with their coordinates.
I'll have to ask permission to share :)

Ignis90
11-02-2019, 03:18 PM
Some Libyans from Nafussa, and Tuaregs are western shifted, some coastal Libyans have high Anatolian/Greek ancestry.

It would be interesting to see [non-SSA shifted] Tuaregs indeed.

But yeah, from what I understand, Nafousa Berberophones seem to be Chenini-like. If that is the case, then we have a North Morocco-Chenini-Nafousa "coastal" cluster.
The main suspect for the breaking up of this continuum (and the Moroccan one) is in my opinion due to the "recent" intrusion of more Eastern/Saharan Berbers, maybe using the pre-Saharan steppes as a "highway". And Arabian-admixed populations in some cases.

EDIT: clumsy but visual way of seeing the Arabian-shift of some individuals.
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Amhas
11-02-2019, 03:43 PM
It would be interesting to see [non-SSA shifted] Tuaregs indeed.

But yeah, from what I understand, Nafousa Berberophones seem to be Chenini-like. If that is the case, then we have a North Morocco-Chenini-Nafousa "coastal" cluster.
The main suspect for the breaking up of this continuum (and the Moroccan one) is in my opinion due to the "recent" intrusion of more Eastern/Saharan Berbers, maybe using the pre-Saharan steppes as a "highway". And Arabian-admixed populations in some cases.

EDIT: clumsy but visual way of seeing the Arabian-shift of some individuals.
34325
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Yes the West-East line is very clear, unhappily many areas are uncovered, it would nice to have more from Ghomara, N & S Jebala, Chenaoua, more Kabyles, Chaouias and Rif, Algérois countryside, Sahel, Tuaregs ... way to go :rofl:

Amhas
11-02-2019, 03:45 PM
double post

Michalis Moriopoulos
11-06-2019, 08:56 PM
As I promised Amhas, updated PCAs with the new samples below. Amhas (Moroccan Arab) is aqua square, YA (half-Moroccan Arab, half-High Atlas Berber) is pink square, Middle Atlas Berbers are purple squares, Riffian is light green square, and member E_M81_I3A (whom I must assume is part-North African, part-European) is turquoise square.

https://i.imgur.com/gkXjxLQ.png
^ G25 World PCA, zoomed in on African populations.

https://i.imgur.com/b8QGamy.png
^ Africa-only PCA, excluding San and pygmies. What's nice about this is the existence of two intermediate clines. The Northwest African intermediate cline is clearly situated between West Eurasians and West Africans. Contrast that to the East African intermediates (Horners), who are situated between West Eurasians and ancestral East African-heavy populations. This isn't surprising in the least but it's nice to see it visually. This difference isn't clear in the main G25 world PCA. Also check out Taforalt (Iberomaurusians). It seems to pull toward East Africa, too. That would be expected if the Ancient North African ancestry it harbors is indeed descended from a heavily diverged sister branch of the ancestral Mota lineage, as suggested in the Dzudzuana preprint.

https://i.imgur.com/CtZorsU.png
^ Modern West Eurasia PCA. Check out that Riffian!

https://i.imgur.com/XgjAaEN.png
^ Ancient West Eurasia PCA, zoomed in on North Africa (PC1-PC2)

https://i.imgur.com/hGg2sIP.png
^ Ancient West Eurasia PCA (PC1-PC3)

blackflash16
12-07-2019, 06:09 AM
Here are some Global 25 results i had posted a few months ago:

Scaled:
https://i.ibb.co/5k1tTqK/Global25-North-Africa.jpg


https://imgur.com/XU1XKwy.png

The Fulani seem to have a high Iberomaurusian ancestry relative to Yoruba-Like ancestry. Are there really no publicly available Tuareg samples? I'd bet that they would be near the top of the list in terms of Iberomaurusian-like ancestry.

Nebuchadnezzar II
12-18-2019, 06:58 PM
^ That's a good idea.

Anyhow, I've cordoned off the North African samples that have over 25% SSA (aggregated Dinka & Yoruba) per the Vahaduo runs below. Those with 75% or more SSA are given the tag "SSA_Profile." There are only a handful of these and they're all from Timimoun. Those with over 25% (but less than 75%) SSA are given the tag "Intermediate Profile." Crudely, these are what most people would call mixed-race North Africans. They seem to be especially numerous in the Saharan regions of North Africa, though Saharawis and Mozabites don't have all that much SSA as a rule.

The Moroccan user Amhas (Arabophone Moroccan) gave me his coordinates to play with, as well as the coordinates of a few other people he knows, including three Middle Atlas Berbers and one Riffian. They can be found in the runs below. The Riffian is especially interesting. I'll plot them on some PCAs shortly, but first things first:

West Eurasian Moroccans (plus Guanches and Copper Age Iberian sample)
https://i.imgur.com/xeP3j6f.png

Any ideas as to why IAM and KEB share more drift with Natufians/Levant_N compared to Taforalt? I noticed this in the PCA of Fregel et al 2018, in which Taforalt appears homogeneous and highly isolated whilst IAM occupies a more heterogenous cline between the former and contemporary North Africans. Is this due to post-Taforalt admixture from the Neolithic Levant?

Nebro
12-18-2019, 08:49 PM
https://imgur.com/XU1XKwy.png

The Fulani seem to have a high Iberomaurusian ancestry relative to Yoruba-Like ancestry. Are there really no publicly available Tuareg samples? I'd bet that they would be near the top of the list in terms of Iberomaurusian-like ancestry.

The saharawi represent the least slave-trade admixed tuareq.

also I think the eurasian source of the admixture on Fulani was similar to the Saharawi , high in anatolian and high in iberumaursian
but also having some natufian.
if this results to be taken literally.

Nassbean
07-31-2020, 12:13 PM
Any ideas as to why IAM and KEB share more drift with Natufians/Levant_N compared to Taforalt? I noticed this in the PCA of Fregel et al 2018, in which Taforalt appears homogeneous and highly isolated whilst IAM occupies a more heterogenous cline between the former and contemporary North Africans. Is this due to post-Taforalt admixture from the Neolithic Levant?

yep : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capsian_culture

Michalis Moriopoulos
08-26-2020, 12:35 AM
yep : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capsian_culture

I would assume that's probably right.

Anyway, my friend Amhas sent me some more North African samples to look at. These include a Fassi (Fez community), a Shawiya, a Shilha from the High Atlas, a Beidan Mauritanian from Moudjeria, and a Tuareg from Mali.

The Shawiya and Shilha plot as expected. The Fassi is shifted toward Europe, much like the Morisco sample. The Mauritanian is believed to have distant ancestry from Fez and is R1b. The slightly elevated steppe ancestry might hint at that. He's closer to Mozabites than Saharawi. The Tuareg hails from Azawad (Iwellemmedan tribe) and reportedly descends from warriors. I guess that would make him a member of the noble caste (imúšaɣ). He has ~20% sub-Saharan ancestry (allotted to Gambian and Hadza, interestingly enough), which I guess is pretty low for a Tuareg. Most Tuareg are obviously mixed-race by phenotype, but I've seen enough Caucasoid Tuaregs that look like this guy (https://www.flickr.com/photos/carolcurd/49570052182/) to wonder just how extreme the structure is in the population. Granted, I've never seen a female Tuareg that didn't look mixed. I hope we get an exhaustive study on them one day that can adequately capture and characterize their heterogeneity.

With Amhas' blessing I post the results of the five new samples here:

Distances:
https://i.imgur.com/LOAHwTM.png

Global PCA:
https://i.imgur.com/OFC6Nby.png

Zoom-in, with Basic Components:
https://i.imgur.com/4lfoFwf.png

West Eurasia PC1-PC3:
https://i.imgur.com/zvZ4czi.png

West Eurasia Modern:
https://i.imgur.com/xvAJLYn.png

Zoom-in:
https://i.imgur.com/cDnmGTo.png

Nassbean
08-26-2020, 01:24 AM
I would assume that's probably right.

Anyway, my friend Amhas sent me some more North African samples to look at. These include a Fassi (Fez community), a Shawiya, a Shilha from the High Atlas, a Beidan Mauritanian from Moudjeria, and a Tuareg from Mali.

The Shawiya and Shilha plot as expected. The Fassi is shifted toward Europe, much like the Morisco sample. The Mauritanian is believed to have distant ancestry from Fez and is R1b. The slightly elevated steppe ancestry might hint at that. He's closer to Mozabites than Saharawi. The Tuareg hails from Azawad (Iwellemmedan tribe) and reportedly descends from warriors. I guess that would make him a member of the noble caste (imúšaɣ). He has ~20% sub-Saharan ancestry (allotted to Gambian and Hadza, interestingly enough), which I guess is pretty low for a Tuareg. Most Tuareg are obviously mixed-race by phenotype, but I've seen enough Caucasoid Tuaregs that look like this guy (https://www.flickr.com/photos/carolcurd/49570052182/) to wonder just how extreme the structure is in the population. Granted, I've never seen a female Tuareg that didn't look mixed. I hope we get an exhaustive study on them one day that can adequately capture and characterize their heterogeneity.

With Amhas' blessing I post the results of the five new samples here:

Distances:
https://i.imgur.com/LOAHwTM.png

Global PCA:
https://i.imgur.com/OFC6Nby.png

Zoom-in, with Basic Components:
https://i.imgur.com/4lfoFwf.png

West Eurasia PC1-PC3:
https://i.imgur.com/zvZ4czi.png

West Eurasia Modern:
https://i.imgur.com/xvAJLYn.png

Zoom-in:
https://i.imgur.com/cDnmGTo.png


interesting thanks ! That "moroccan_morisco" kept my attention It's the first time I see it and I wonder if you have any kind of information about him (partially morisco or fully ? From which place in Morocco? ). Also I don't know if that's possible but can you send me the coordinates of this one and the fassi one I'd like to compare myself to them. Thanks in advance !


And indeed it seems this mauritanian really has northern ancestors I'm surprised to see where he plots (lol I didn't know there were still some mauritanians with such profiles)

Seabass
08-26-2020, 01:31 AM
Very awesome, would interest me a lot to see back-to-back comparison of the modern Moroccan Fassi, Moroccan Moriscos and Moroccan Jews together with the ancient SE Iberian Morisco (2 which look to be half Berber-Arab)

mokordo
08-26-2020, 09:10 AM
I did some means that could interest you, if you want to use them:

All Scaled coordinates.

From Modern averages:

Berber=MAR_ERR,+MAR_TIZ,+Tunisia_Chen,+Tunisia_Sen


Berber,-0.06548320,0.13410613,-0.00816420,-0.07538218,0.02581348,-0.03472953,-0.02944445,0.00831648,0.06752790,0.02796198,0.0070 7855,-0.00796418,0.02308645,-0.01552258,0.01677808,-0.01294335,-0.00285148,-0.02166338,-0.04415378,0.01019313,-0.01565483,-0.03933808,0.02467100,-0.00293920,0.00493865

From Ancient averages:

AncientNorthAfrican,=Canary_Islands_Guanche,+MAR_T aforalt,


AncientNorthAfrican,-0.1146199,0.1064274,-0.0133125,-0.0771647,0.0306826,-0.0457937,-0.0502921,0.0133378,0.1131424,0.0170209,0.0142415,-0.0189132,0.0464861,-0.0345158,0.0472035,-0.0246750,0.0042245,-0.0426560,-0.0933686,0.0246994,-0.0255799,-0.0816232,0.0481405,-0.0074706,0.0105379

Mixing references from Modern&Ancient averages:

NorthAfrican:Modern&Ancient=Berber,+MAR_Taforalt,+Canary_Islands_Guanc he,


NorthAfrican:Modern&Ancient,-0.0982410,0.1156536,-0.0115964,-0.0765705,0.0290596,-0.0421056,-0.0433429,0.0116640,0.0979376,0.0206679,0.0118539,-0.0152635,0.0386862,-0.0281847,0.0370617,-0.0207645,0.0018658,-0.0356585,-0.0769637,0.0198640,-0.0222715,-0.0675282,0.0403173,-0.0059601,0.0086715

Maybe these ones could interest you too:

Arabian,=Saudi,+(Yemenite_Al_Jawf,+Yemenite_Mahra, )


Arabian,0.05059585,0.13995270,-0.06513990,-0.11723870,-0.00940130,-0.04997380,-0.01229238,-0.00808298,0.05608075,-0.00410653,0.01556333,-0.03192903,0.06243548,0.00350273,0.00455410,0.0252 5745,-0.02140830,0.00386218,0.00015448,0.02687405,0.0126 3658,0.01614353,-0.00905183,0.00697205,-0.00832413

MiddleEast,=Jordanian,+Syrian


MiddleEast,0.05685165,0.12859275,-0.04813445,-0.06769060,-0.01581660,-0.02342100,-0.00406920,-0.00286015,0.00661045,-0.00050155,0.00442385,-0.00707060,0.01346310,-0.00017820,-0.00193140,0.00745640,-0.00185565,0.00011665,0.00003315,0.00229120,0.0015 7940,0.00151840,-0.00176365,0.00088215,-0.00121830

Levantine=(Levant_Yehud_IBA,+Levant_Ashkelon_IA1,) +Palestinian_Beit_Sahour


Levantine,0.08970675,0.15220263,-0.04970895,-0.08630155,-0.00821318,-0.02909195,-0.00308430,-0.00400938,0.01374138,0.01814400,0.00735825,-0.00407470,0.00702445,0.00651988,-0.00855050,0.00501358,-0.00108388,0.00259705,0.00276545,0.00053945,-0.00321313,0.00803751,0.00093205,0.00186763,0.0012 6450

Lebanese=Lebanese_Christian,+Lebanese_Druze,+Leban ese_Muslim,


Lebanese,0.08266933,0.14034033,-0.04785800,-0.07207067,-0.01501100,-0.02607833,-0.00123600,-0.00513433,0.00114867,0.00715633,0.00546567,-0.00379467,0.01049567,0.00160867,-0.00861033,0.00616833,-0.00218200,0.00101300,0.00221367,-0.00011100,-0.00075000,0.00016400,-0.00141500,0.00221267,-0.00082433

Yemenite=_Al_Jawf,+Yemenite_Mahra,


Yemenite,0.05174190,0.13874660,-0.06566620,-0.11837600,-0.00721070,-0.05182340,-0.01121515,-0.00798695,0.06050780,-0.00232075,0.01483365,-0.03200295,0.06152495,0.00486465,0.00592640,0.0233 3400,-0.02076730,0.00343125,0.00063025,0.02348350,0.0122 1305,0.01540175,-0.01090055,0.00567000,-0.00689545

SSA:A=Bantu_Kenya,+Masai+Igbo
SSA:B,=Pemba+ZAF,+Yoruba,


SSA:A,-0.55687967,0.06753267,0.00828100,-0.00197833,-0.00047466,-0.00003500,-0.01680300,0.02377800,0.01856900,-0.02692533,-0.00502067,0.00591333,-0.01327400,0.00153100,-0.00610700,0.00092800,0.00531300,-0.00194267,0.00208467,-0.00411667,0.00054600,-0.00162833,-0.00365633,-0.00061267,0.00158167
SSA:B,-0.6242421,0.0639936,0.0215130,0.0145326,0.0028094, 0.0117579,-0.0161961,0.0216721,-0.0308661,0.0149323,0.0037054,0.0018871,-0.0006642,0.0019913,-0.0064682,0.0041677,-0.0048993,0.0149827,-0.0066659,0.0019943,0.0010692,0.0020188,0.0011803, 0.0001642,0.0012754

mokordo
02-16-2021, 01:04 PM
2 more Berber references made with means that could be useful to made models:


Berber:n8,-0.08383933,0.13081951,-0.00792489,-0.07148216,0.02380151,-0.03156259,-0.02929054,0.00892116,0.0597799,0.02753943,0.00640 578,-0.00722429,0.02217743,-0.01418374,0.01501024,-0.01181793,-0.00161563,-0.01906714,-0.03925128,0.00893978,-0.0130843,-0.03395653,0.02218009,-0.00242325,0.00447881
Berber:n7,-0.05386443,0.13448546,-0.00934256,-0.07596989,0.02513761,-0.03430853,-0.02823581,0.0071875,0.06447191,0.02839774,0.00649 851,-0.00760977,0.0223002,-0.01514833,0.01552203,-0.01224471,-0.00229253,-0.0202083,-0.04156531,0.00950406,-0.01390176,-0.03600231,0.02360911,-0.00271777,0.00473974

Basically n8 are the 8 berber references that are in modern pop datasheet and n7 same references but without Algerian Berbers.(that is like an outlier comparing with the other 7 references in a PCA).

Berber:n8=Berber_Algeria,+Berber:MAR_ERR,+Berber:M AR_TIZ,+Berber:Tunisia_Chen,+Berber:Tunisia_Sen,+B erber:Matmata,+Berber:Tamezret,+Berber:Zraoua,
Berber:n7=Berber:MAR_ERR,+Berber:MAR_TIZ,+Berber:T unisia_Chen,+Berber:Tunisia_Sen,+Berber:Matmata,+B erber:Tamezret,+Berber:Zraoua,

maroco
02-19-2021, 09:06 PM
2 more Berber references made with means that could be useful to made models:


Berber:n8,-0.08383933,0.13081951,-0.00792489,-0.07148216,0.02380151,-0.03156259,-0.02929054,0.00892116,0.0597799,0.02753943,0.00640 578,-0.00722429,0.02217743,-0.01418374,0.01501024,-0.01181793,-0.00161563,-0.01906714,-0.03925128,0.00893978,-0.0130843,-0.03395653,0.02218009,-0.00242325,0.00447881
Berber:n7,-0.05386443,0.13448546,-0.00934256,-0.07596989,0.02513761,-0.03430853,-0.02823581,0.0071875,0.06447191,0.02839774,0.00649 851,-0.00760977,0.0223002,-0.01514833,0.01552203,-0.01224471,-0.00229253,-0.0202083,-0.04156531,0.00950406,-0.01390176,-0.03600231,0.02360911,-0.00271777,0.00473974

Basically n8 are the 8 berber references that are in modern pop datasheet and n7 same references but without Algerian Berbers.(that is like an outlier comparing with the other 7 references in a PCA).

Berber:n8=Berber_Algeria,+Berber:MAR_ERR,+Berber:M AR_TIZ,+Berber:Tunisia_Chen,+Berber:Tunisia_Sen,+B erber:Matmata,+Berber:Tamezret,+Berber:Zraoua,
Berber:n7=Berber:MAR_ERR,+Berber:MAR_TIZ,+Berber:T unisia_Chen,+Berber:Tunisia_Sen,+Berber:Matmata,+B erber:Tamezret,+Berber:Zraoua,

This is the model I created with your references:
Berber,-0.06548320,0.13410613,-0.00816420,-0.07538218,0.02581348,-0.03472953,-0.02944445,0.00831648,0.06752790,0.02796198,0.0070 7855,-0.00796418,0.02308645,-0.01552258,0.01677808,-0.01294335,-0.00285148,-0.02166338,-0.04415378,0.01019313,-0.01565483,-0.03933808,0.02467100,-0.00293920,0.00493865
Arabian,0.05059585,0.13995270,-0.06513990,-0.11723870,-0.00940130,-0.04997380,-0.01229238,-0.00808298,0.05608075,-0.00410653,0.01556333,-0.03192903,0.06243548,0.00350273,0.00455410,0.0252 5745,-0.02140830,0.00386218,0.00015448,0.02687405,0.0126 3658,0.01614353,-0.00905183,0.00697205,-0.00832413
MiddleEast,0.05685165,0.12859275,-0.04813445,-0.06769060,-0.01581660,-0.02342100,-0.00406920,-0.00286015,0.00661045,-0.00050155,0.00442385,-0.00707060,0.01346310,-0.00017820,-0.00193140,0.00745640,-0.00185565,0.00011665,0.00003315,0.00229120,0.0015 7940,0.00151840,-0.00176365,0.00088215,-0.00121830
Levantine,0.08970675,0.15220263,-0.04970895,-0.08630155,-0.00821318,-0.02909195,-0.00308430,-0.00400938,0.01374138,0.01814400,0.00735825,-0.00407470,0.00702445,0.00651988,-0.00855050,0.00501358,-0.00108388,0.00259705,0.00276545,0.00053945,-0.00321313,0.00803751,0.00093205,0.00186763,0.0012 6450
Lebanese,0.08266933,0.14034033,-0.04785800,-0.07207067,-0.01501100,-0.02607833,-0.00123600,-0.00513433,0.00114867,0.00715633,0.00546567,-0.00379467,0.01049567,0.00160867,-0.00861033,0.00616833,-0.00218200,0.00101300,0.00221367,-0.00011100,-0.00075000,0.00016400,-0.00141500,0.00221267,-0.00082433
Yemenite,0.05174190,0.13874660,-0.06566620,-0.11837600,-0.00721070,-0.05182340,-0.01121515,-0.00798695,0.06050780,-0.00232075,0.01483365,-0.03200295,0.06152495,0.00486465,0.00592640,0.0233 3400,-0.02076730,0.00343125,0.00063025,0.02348350,0.0122 1305,0.01540175,-0.01090055,0.00567000,-0.00689545
SSA:A,-0.55687967,0.06753267,0.00828100,-0.00197833,-0.00047466,-0.00003500,-0.01680300,0.02377800,0.01856900,-0.02692533,-0.00502067,0.00591333,-0.01327400,0.00153100,-0.00610700,0.00092800,0.00531300,-0.00194267,0.00208467,-0.00411667,0.00054600,-0.00162833,-0.00365633,-0.00061267,0.00158167
Berber:n8,-0.08383933,0.13081951,-0.00792489,-0.07148216,0.02380151,-0.03156259,-0.02929054,0.00892116,0.0597799,0.02753943,0.00640 578,-0.00722429,0.02217743,-0.01418374,0.01501024,-0.01181793,-0.00161563,-0.01906714,-0.03925128,0.00893978,-0.0130843,-0.03395653,0.02218009,-0.00242325,0.00447881
Berber:n7,-0.05386443,0.13448546,-0.00934256,-0.07596989,0.02513761,-0.03430853,-0.02823581,0.0071875,0.06447191,0.02839774,0.00649 851,-0.00760977,0.0223002,-0.01514833,0.01552203,-0.01224471,-0.00229253,-0.0202083,-0.04156531,0.00950406,-0.01390176,-0.03600231,0.02360911,-0.00271777,0.00473974


My results:
Distance: 1.6377% / 0.01637707
73.4 Berber
14.8 Arabian
6.4 MiddleEast
4.6 SSA
0.8 Lebanese

I don’t need European input but other North West Africans will need it so I suggest adding a European reference as well

capsian
02-20-2021, 08:25 AM
I did some means that could interest you, if you want to use them:

All Scaled coordinates.

From Modern averages:

Berber=MAR_ERR,+MAR_TIZ,+Tunisia_Chen,+Tunisia_Sen


Berber,-0.06548320,0.13410613,-0.00816420,-0.07538218,0.02581348,-0.03472953,-0.02944445,0.00831648,0.06752790,0.02796198,0.0070 7855,-0.00796418,0.02308645,-0.01552258,0.01677808,-0.01294335,-0.00285148,-0.02166338,-0.04415378,0.01019313,-0.01565483,-0.03933808,0.02467100,-0.00293920,0.00493865

From Ancient averages:

AncientNorthAfrican,=Canary_Islands_Guanche,+MAR_T aforalt,


AncientNorthAfrican,-0.1146199,0.1064274,-0.0133125,-0.0771647,0.0306826,-0.0457937,-0.0502921,0.0133378,0.1131424,0.0170209,0.0142415,-0.0189132,0.0464861,-0.0345158,0.0472035,-0.0246750,0.0042245,-0.0426560,-0.0933686,0.0246994,-0.0255799,-0.0816232,0.0481405,-0.0074706,0.0105379

Mixing references from Modern&Ancient averages:

NorthAfrican:Modern&Ancient=Berber,+MAR_Taforalt,+Canary_Islands_Guanc he,


NorthAfrican:Modern&Ancient,-0.0982410,0.1156536,-0.0115964,-0.0765705,0.0290596,-0.0421056,-0.0433429,0.0116640,0.0979376,0.0206679,0.0118539,-0.0152635,0.0386862,-0.0281847,0.0370617,-0.0207645,0.0018658,-0.0356585,-0.0769637,0.0198640,-0.0222715,-0.0675282,0.0403173,-0.0059601,0.0086715

Maybe these ones could interest you too:

Arabian,=Saudi,+(Yemenite_Al_Jawf,+Yemenite_Mahra, )


Arabian,0.05059585,0.13995270,-0.06513990,-0.11723870,-0.00940130,-0.04997380,-0.01229238,-0.00808298,0.05608075,-0.00410653,0.01556333,-0.03192903,0.06243548,0.00350273,0.00455410,0.0252 5745,-0.02140830,0.00386218,0.00015448,0.02687405,0.0126 3658,0.01614353,-0.00905183,0.00697205,-0.00832413

MiddleEast,=Jordanian,+Syrian


MiddleEast,0.05685165,0.12859275,-0.04813445,-0.06769060,-0.01581660,-0.02342100,-0.00406920,-0.00286015,0.00661045,-0.00050155,0.00442385,-0.00707060,0.01346310,-0.00017820,-0.00193140,0.00745640,-0.00185565,0.00011665,0.00003315,0.00229120,0.0015 7940,0.00151840,-0.00176365,0.00088215,-0.00121830

Levantine=(Levant_Yehud_IBA,+Levant_Ashkelon_IA1,) +Palestinian_Beit_Sahour


Levantine,0.08970675,0.15220263,-0.04970895,-0.08630155,-0.00821318,-0.02909195,-0.00308430,-0.00400938,0.01374138,0.01814400,0.00735825,-0.00407470,0.00702445,0.00651988,-0.00855050,0.00501358,-0.00108388,0.00259705,0.00276545,0.00053945,-0.00321313,0.00803751,0.00093205,0.00186763,0.0012 6450

Lebanese=Lebanese_Christian,+Lebanese_Druze,+Leban ese_Muslim,


Lebanese,0.08266933,0.14034033,-0.04785800,-0.07207067,-0.01501100,-0.02607833,-0.00123600,-0.00513433,0.00114867,0.00715633,0.00546567,-0.00379467,0.01049567,0.00160867,-0.00861033,0.00616833,-0.00218200,0.00101300,0.00221367,-0.00011100,-0.00075000,0.00016400,-0.00141500,0.00221267,-0.00082433

Yemenite=_Al_Jawf,+Yemenite_Mahra,


Yemenite,0.05174190,0.13874660,-0.06566620,-0.11837600,-0.00721070,-0.05182340,-0.01121515,-0.00798695,0.06050780,-0.00232075,0.01483365,-0.03200295,0.06152495,0.00486465,0.00592640,0.0233 3400,-0.02076730,0.00343125,0.00063025,0.02348350,0.0122 1305,0.01540175,-0.01090055,0.00567000,-0.00689545

SSA:A=Bantu_Kenya,+Masai+Igbo
SSA:B,=Pemba+ZAF,+Yoruba,


SSA:A,-0.55687967,0.06753267,0.00828100,-0.00197833,-0.00047466,-0.00003500,-0.01680300,0.02377800,0.01856900,-0.02692533,-0.00502067,0.00591333,-0.01327400,0.00153100,-0.00610700,0.00092800,0.00531300,-0.00194267,0.00208467,-0.00411667,0.00054600,-0.00162833,-0.00365633,-0.00061267,0.00158167
SSA:B,-0.6242421,0.0639936,0.0215130,0.0145326,0.0028094, 0.0117579,-0.0161961,0.0216721,-0.0308661,0.0149323,0.0037054,0.0018871,-0.0006642,0.0019913,-0.0064682,0.0041677,-0.0048993,0.0149827,-0.0066659,0.0019943,0.0010692,0.0020188,0.0011803, 0.0001642,0.0012754

this my result
Target: capsain
Distance: 3.4092% / 0.03409211
100.0 Berber