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    How likely is it that Yamnaya wasn't IE-speaking, but rather something Caucasian?

    Hi all,

    I remember Davidski once mentioning in of his blogposts about IE Y-dna that it is possible that Yamnaya might not have been IE-speaking at all, but rather possibly either Northwest or Northeast Caucasian (can't remember which). I was wondering how likely this is. Davidski is obviously very knowledgeable, but I believe that no one person can be the end-all-be-all of knowledge, which is why I'm also asking you guys' opinion.

    So, how likely is it that Yamnaya wasn't IE-speaking, but rather something Caucasian? And if they possibly were, would that mean that R1b-Z2103 isn't a Indo-European marker at all?

    Also, I must admit I'm not very knowledgeable on this subject, but would R1b-M269 be an IE-marker, or would one it's descendants be that?
    Last edited by bovefex; 11-22-2021 at 10:27 AM.

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