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    Assyrian Autosomal DNA Thread

    I can't find the chart at 1:11, do you know where it is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZephyrousMandaru View Post
    I can't find the chart at 1:11, do you know where it is?
    I have to apologize I left out a couple of numbers..the chart is displayed at 1 hour, 11 minuntes and 13 seconds into video.
    Click on the following link http://youtu.be/JYzvkzfyRg8?t=1h11m13s

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    I should also note that most of those Assyrian samples are Nestorian Assyrians, Chaldeans and Syriacs are not well represented here. Both subgroups, at least according to one study I could think of and the few Chaldeans that were tested on 23andMe, display some differences in terms of Y-DNA and possibly mtDNA. Syriacs in particular seem to have produce a high incidence of E1b1b and J1c3.

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    It would be interesting to see DNA results of Assyrians in Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, and Armenia.

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    c'est très intéressant, alors ça veut dire que les deux populations (Assyriens et Arménien) ont la même origine?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesarea View Post
    It would be interesting to see DNA results of Assyrians in Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, and Armenia.
    The few thousand Assyrians of Russia/Ukraine are basically my extended family. So, I would not expect them to be different from members of the "Nestorian" church from elsewhere.

    As for Assyrians living in Armenia, please see below:

     
    GENETIC AFFINITY OF ASSYRIANS LIVING IN ARMENIA TO DIFFERENT ETHNIC GROUPS OF THE NEAR EAST AND SOUTH CAUCASUS

    Biolog. Journal of Armenia, 4 (63), 2011

    A.S. HARUTYUNYAN
    Institute of Molecular Biology, National Academy of Sciences, Armenia

    Figure 1, from the study. Modified as follows: Green=Aramaic-speaking, Purple=Arabic-speaking.

    Due to our high frequency of R1b, the populations, based on those sampled, most similar to us are the Armenians of Karabakh and Syunik.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mehrdad View Post
    c'est très intéressant, alors ça veut dire que les deux populations (Assyriens et Arménien) ont la même origine?!
    That would be a good question to ask Peter or Humanist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caesarea View Post
    That would be a good question to ask Peter or Humanist.
    I don't think they have the same origin, but since the adoption of Christianity intermarriages have happened between the two due to living in the same area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomasso29 View Post
    I don't think they have the same origin, but since the adoption of Christianity intermarriages have happened between the two due to living in the same area.
    That might explain the northern shift that Assyrians have relative to Iraqi Jews and Iraqi Mandaeans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZephyrousMandaru View Post
    That might explain the northern shift that Assyrians have relative to Iraqi Jews and Iraqi Mandaeans.
    That's a good possibility. Do you a plot I can refer to btw?

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