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    Quote Originally Posted by Pribislav View Post
    Probably the most interesting discovery so far, Chemurchek sample that belongs to an extremely rare subclade directly below Z2103, and parallel to the much more numerous and widespread M12149:


    I12978; 2570-2476 BC; Yagshiin khodoo, Bulgan sum, Khovd aimag, Mongolia; Chemurchek_EBA; R1b1a1a2a2-Z2103>FT130482 (xFT130500)


    Z2103 level: Z2103/CTS1078+ G>C (2C)

    FT130482 level: FT130482+ A>G (2G); FT165136+ A>T (1T)

    FT130482>FT130500 level: FT130139- G>C (1G); FT130338- A>G (2A); FT130526- G>A (1G); FT130641- T>A (7T); FT130820- A>G (1A); FT130986- T>C (2T); FT131378- A>G (1A); FT132114- C>T (1C)

    FT130482>FTA3897 level: *no calls*
    So there was migration from Baikal_EN to the south? Would this bring ANE ancestry into present-day Mongolians as well? I think they have some

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    How old are the oldest Homo sapiens in Far East Asia?

    View ORCID ProfileJean-Jacques Hublin
    aDepartment of Human Evolution, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig 04103, Germany;
    bChaire de Paléoanthropologie, Collège de France, 75005 Paris, France


    To date, therefore, one can speculate that our species possibly reached east Asia before 55,000 or 50,000 y ago but maybe not much before.


    https://www.pnas.org/content/118/10/e2101173118

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pribislav View Post
    I7022; 391-209 BC; Ulaangom cemetery, Chandman Uul, Ulaangom sum, Uvs aimag, Mongolia; Sagly_IA; Q1a1b1-M25>L712>pre-YP832


    YP832 level: YP6107+ C>A (3A); YP828+ C>A (2A); YP851+ C>T (3T); YP6111+ G>A (1A); YP801+ G>A (1A); YP4269+ G>A (2A); Y19343+ A>C (1C); YP794- A>C (1A); YP847- A>T (4A); Y149317- C>A (3C); YP805- T>A (3T)
    Updated with new SNPs from FTDNA Block Tree:

    I7022; 391-209 BC; Ulaangom cemetery, Chandman Uul, Ulaangom sum, Uvs aimag, Mongolia; Sagly_IA; Q1a1b1-M25>L712>YP832>FT394000>FT414149


    FT394000 level: BY164935+ G>C (1C); FT394008+ G>C (1C); FT413519+ T>C (1C); FT413520+ G>A (1A); FT414169+ T>C (3C)

    FT414149 level: FT414149+ G>C (1C); FT413019+ C>T (6T); FT413575+ T>C (5C); FT414825+ C>A (2A); FT414826+ G>T (1T); FT414851? A>T (3T-3A)


    Karasuk sample RISE493 (1531-1427 BC; Sabinka 2, Khakasiya) also belongs to this subclade.

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