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    Quote Originally Posted by drobbah View Post
    Since when was Mehri close to Akkadian? It is definitely closer to Ethio-Semitic languages than it is to Akkadian or Canaanite
    It's neither because Modern Southern Arabian and Ethio-Semitic branches are not part of the Central Semitic branch like say Canaanite languages or Arabic. They're both independent West Semitic branches.
    https://www.academia.edu/18470301/Al...classification

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    While the idea that the proto-Semitic homeland in the Southern Levant is spot on, the linguistic affiliations in the first picture is outdated as well. No such thing as a South Semitic branching, and that both Ethio-Semitic and MSA branches don't belong to the Central Semitic branch like Arabic, Hebrew, Aramaic and etc.
    https://www.academia.edu/18470301/Al...classification

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Bush View Post
    in in other Arab countries: J1-Y3081 Most of them speak Hebrew
    The majority of Arab J1-Y3081 clades (i.e., J1-ZS8752 and J1-FGC58963) split from a common ancestor with the firmly Jewish lineage(s) (essentially all under J1-S20075) sometime during the fourth millennium BCE. As such their common ancestor lived during the period of Central or NW Semitic development and these Arab clades likely came from an earlier source, potentially with the expansion of groups such as the Amorites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cassidy1234 View Post
    While the idea that the proto-Semitic homeland in the Southern Levant is spot on, the linguistic affiliations in the first picture is outdated as well. No such thing as a South Semitic branching, and that both Ethio-Semitic and MSA branches don't belong to the Central Semitic branch like Arabic, Hebrew, Aramaic and etc.
    https://www.academia.edu/18470301/Al...classification
    The classifications keep changing. Geez is definitely central Semitic.

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    Do we have any idea when this paper will be released?

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    Conference in Poznan next week: https://www.facebook.com/PYRAConf/

    Large Circular Graves of the Bronze Age at Tayma, Saudi Arabia: Architecture, Chronology and Distribution

    The study included archaeogenetic sampling: https://publications.dainst.org/jour...view/3529/7176

    Anyone in Poland who can go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DudeTheDud View Post
    Conference in Poznan next week: https://www.facebook.com/PYRAConf/

    Large Circular Graves of the Bronze Age at Tayma, Saudi Arabia: Architecture, Chronology and Distribution

    The study included archaeogenetic sampling: https://publications.dainst.org/jour...view/3529/7176

    Anyone in Poland who can go?
    Thanks good to hear some news finally

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gentica277282 View Post
    Thanks good to hear some news finally
    This will be big indeed.

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    How many sites are they testing? The stuff is in German. When could we expect to see these studies published? Is the Horn of Africa included cause I’m seeing Yeha being mentioned ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DudeTheDud View Post
    Conference in Poznan next week: https://www.facebook.com/PYRAConf/

    Large Circular Graves of the Bronze Age at Tayma, Saudi Arabia: Architecture, Chronology and Distribution

    The study included archaeogenetic sampling: https://publications.dainst.org/jour...view/3529/7176

    Anyone in Poland who can go?
    Anymore news on this, the conference was meant to be between the 16th-18th

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