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    E-M2/V95 and Niger-Congo languages

    This is the map of Niger Congo languages



    and this is the map of E-M2 from Passa.



    It seems there is a good correlation.

    What is Your opinion?

    What is the age of Proto Niger Congo? The main branch TMRCA is ~15000 ybp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arame View Post
    This is the map of Niger Congo languages


    and this is the map of E-M2 from Passa.


    It seems there is a good correlation.

    What is Your opinion?

    What is the age of Proto Niger Congo? The main branch TMRCA is ~15000 ybp.
    Yes the Niger-Congo family is most definitely characterized by the M2 lineage. Interestingly both the language and the lineage do not appear to have originated in the areas in the map shown above. Instead, what is indicated is a Northeast African (Sudanese) origins.

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