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    Haplogroup G in Israel and Egypt : Hyksos?

    On this map There are a lot of G in Israel and north of Egypt, where was supposed to be the Hyksos. So I'd like your opinion.

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    G was the primary haplogroup of the Anatolian neolithic, I wouldn't doubt a lot of it come from that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Lyonnist View Post
    On this map There are a lot of G in Israel and north of Egypt, where was supposed to be the Hyksos. So I'd like your opinion
    Interesting! I thought of something similar a few years back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kale View Post
    G was the primary haplogroup of the Anatolian neolithic, I wouldn't doubt a lot of it come from that.
    Hmm. So you believe that it was of Northeast African/Nile Valley origin? DNAtribes proposed this on one of their analysis a few years back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asante View Post
    Hmm. So you believe that it was of Northeast African/Nile Valley origin? DNAtribes proposed this on one of their analysis a few years back.
    G is likely Neolithic in Egypt, it came during the Neolithic period when Egypt transformed from a hunter-gatherer hub to a sedentary farming lifestyle especially in Faiyum A. These intrusive people brought E-Z830, G, T and R-V88 (perhaps also some J2 and J1). They brought farming and livestock to Egypt. G originally was one of the main haplogroups of Neolithic Anatolians and it's not native to the Nile Valley.

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    Iberians and Hyksos are similar names ...
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    This isn't really the case regarding the Egyptian Y-DNA (G-M201) lineages origins .

    The MDS table above (Rootsi et al 2012 study) , Shows the place where the G Egyptian samples belong in a more regional wide point of view .
    Their position is ultimately "Sardinian" like ; which is distinct from any Caucasian or current Arabian/middle eastern clusters .

    which suggests a Neolithic Anatolian ancestry rather than a recent addition in the history of the country

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    The Mamluks (lit. slaves) were a military class that ruled Egypt from 1250 to 1517 and Syria (including Palestine) from 1260 to 1516. Under the Mamluk sultans in Egypt and ... The Mamluks were one of the most important dynasties in the history of medieval Islam , gaining fame for stopping the Mongol advance into Syria and for eradicating the Crusader presence in Palestine and elsewhere along the Syrian coast. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mamluk_dynasty_(Iraq)

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    N50556 Al-Mumayiz Iraq G-FGC1160 13 23 15 10 16-16 11 12 10 12 10 28 16 9-9 11 11 24 16 21 29 13-14-14-14 10 10 21-21 14 15 14 18 35-37 12 10

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