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Thread: Turk/Azeri samples in H-Z4469 tree

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    Quote Originally Posted by davit View Post
    My personal theory is that Iran received ANE and AASI at the same time via R2 passing through South Asia before making its way to Iran. The earliest Iranians would be mostly generic West Eurasian and Basal Eurasian in this scenario.
    That's possible I guess. Or maybe they never entered South Asia and mixed with AASI (deeply diverged from AASI_SouthAsia) enriched population in South Central Asia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejkhan View Post
    You can see it this way - let's call the AASI substrate in neolithic Iranians as AASI_Iran. And the AASI we know as AASI_SouthAsia.

    AASI_Iran was turned into a small component in a few West/Central Asian population long before IVC period. And in the period leading to and at the time of early IVC phase, there was not much AASI_SouthAsia in most of Pakistan, Afghanistan or Iran. IVC period saw a rise in AASI_SouthAsia ancestry in parts of Pakistan. During this period because of trade or whatever, AASI_SouthAsia and native South Asian uniparentals started showing up in West and Central Asia.
    I would tend to agree that AASI ancestry increased during the IVC and post IVC time period. The Thar desert might have been a nice border.

    Or maybe the indus Valley was distinct from the rest of South Asia.

    Last edited by davit; 06-10-2021 at 03:44 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejkhan View Post
    I don't know how I missed this but there's been another sample (SRS8752267) added to the H tree in clade H-FT282446, which is downstream of H-M82 (i.e. not H-Z4469) and thus very distant from the other sample mentioned in the OP.

    This sample shares the clade (H-FT282446) with an Uzbek, HGDP Pashtun and HGDP Burusho.
    SRS8752267 turns out to be a Zaza Kurd. I thought it would be Turk since it shares clade H-FT282446 with an Uzbek ('Khorezmian' speaker).

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    Another sample belonging to native South Asian y-dna clade C-K98 had been added to the spreadsheet (SRS8752529), of Anatolian Turk ethnicity.
    Last edited by thejkhan; 06-14-2021 at 05:45 PM.

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