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    Relatively High Steppe/Yamnaya DNA in North/East Tunisians and North Moroccans

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    What could be a possible explanation? It's a regional tendency within Maghreb. These % are higher than other MENA peoples, except Kurds and Azeris (who seem to have similar amounts of Steppe ancestry)

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    Why two anatolian sources ? Just put Barcin_N

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannibulk View Post
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    What could be a possible explanation? It's a regional tendency within Maghreb. These % are higher than other MENA peoples, except Kurds and Azeris (who seem to have similar amounts of Steppe ancestry)
    The Fassi individual and the Morisco probably have Jewish and Iberian ancestry that’s why

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannibulk View Post
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    What could be a possible explanation? It's a regional tendency within Maghreb. These % are higher than other MENA peoples, except Kurds and Azeris (who seem to have similar amounts of Steppe ancestry)
    Are these K13 sims to G25 or pure G25?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannibulk View Post
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    What could be a possible explanation? It's a regional tendency within Maghreb. These % are higher than other MENA peoples, except Kurds and Azeris (who seem to have similar amounts of Steppe ancestry)
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    Sea people, Migrations amid Bell beaker, Carthage(Ancient DNA study finds individuals from Carthage with high European ancestry ) ,Greek and Roman Empire eras, Vandales, Byzantine era, contacts with iberians under Al Andalus, Ottoman presence(thousands of khouloughlis), capture of slaves by the Barbary pirates as recently as the 19th century...All these events probably contributed to the high steppe amongst coastal North Africans.

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    Coastal north africans probably have elevated real Iberian, roman, Phoenician blood than other north africans. Makes sense. If youre on the coastline of the north, you are going to be the byproduct of a massive old trade hub of different people from the east to the west. Mediterranean brought along a lot of genetic variety between every south european and coastal MENA areas
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorkymon View Post
    Are these K13 sims to G25 or pure G25?
    real G25

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannibulk View Post
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    What could be a possible explanation? It's a regional tendency within Maghreb. These % are higher than other MENA peoples, except Kurds and Azeris (who seem to have similar amounts of Steppe ancestry)
    those samples from morocco jebala and morisco have high iberian addmix for the fassi it more like a north moroccan & Sephardic addmix
    for the tunisian samples i think they got a sicilian or southeast european addmix you can see high CHG/Iran+Natufian and low EEF
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luso View Post
    Coastal north africans probably have elevated real Iberian, roman, Phoenician blood than other north africans. Makes sense. If youre on the coastline of the north, you are going to be the byproduct of a massive old trade hub of different people from the east to the west. Mediterranean brought along a lot of genetic variety between every south european and coastal MENA areas
    And more Sardinian than iberian in the eastward gradient in Northwest Africa
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    23.2 Guanche – gun011 + 76.8 Continental Celt (La Tene culture) – I17143
    22.4 Guanche – gun002 + 77.6 Continental Celt (La Tene culture) – I17143
    25.9 Guanche – gun008 + 74.1 Continental Celt (La Tene culture) – I17143

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