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Thread: GED Match and DNA land: Uttar Pradesh,Bihari and Bengali DNA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Censored View Post
    I think it might be Barcin connected.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sapporo View Post
    From my observation, Harappa “Med” tends to correlate more with additional Barcin N like ancestry in nMonte. The “NE Euro” with EHG or Khvalynsk. This is the most crude way to look at it. Sintashta tends to combine Barcin N + Khvalynsk like ancestry with the more ANE portion of Khvalynsk spilling over to WSHG.
    Yup, if she does G25, we can confirm that right away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by parasar View Post
    R1a1? There is not much else in the region that can be attributed to them I think.
    And of the R1a1 in the region, most is of the L657 kind.

    Historically the Kushans are not well understood. There is a whole compilation where the modern historians are not even decided upon the date when the most important Kushan, Kanishk ruled! Worth a read.
    https://books.google.com/books?id=ks...sec=frontcover

    Not much even now.
    "the field as a whole arrived at a solution long before it arrived at a consensus."
    https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs...76983617694717

    A pretty good effort here:
    http://www.kushan.org/essays/chronology/kanishka.htm
    Some Dinar coins for (Dinar at that time was the name for gold currency in the subcontinent https://books.google.com/books?id=UDEaE4Jf78sC&pg=PA209) comparison from Afghanistan to Bangladesh.

    200-222 AD Kanishka II
    Kushan Dinar:


    Hormizd I Kushanshah Circa 270-295 AD.
    Kushano-Sassanian Dinar:


    Aya-Shaka Dinar. Circa 310-345 AD.
    Kushan Shaka:


    Gupta Dinar, 335-380 AD.
    Samudragupta:


    Bangal (Samtat, modern SE Bangladesh). 2nd-3rd century AD.
    Vira Jadamarah Dinar:
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    Quote Originally Posted by poi View Post
    Have you done your G25? If you do your G25, we can probably tell why Harappa's "Med" is higher.
    Syrian Christians (particularly the Knanaya subgroup check out Rustys results) in Kerala generally have a higher Barcin to Khval ratio than certain Nairs who are closer to Southern Brahmins ratio wise

    It could be related to the ethnogenesis of their religious group which involved early settlers from West Asia
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapporo View Post
    From my observation, Harappa “Med” tends to correlate more with additional Barcin N like ancestry in nMonte. The “NE Euro” with EHG or Khvalynsk. This is the most crude way to look at it. Sintashta tends to combine Barcin N + Khvalynsk like ancestry with the more ANE portion of Khvalynsk spilling over to WSHG.

    The Siberian, Beringian and Amerindian from Harappa tends to come out as some combo of WSHG and East Asian derived ancestry (Naxi, Han, Tianyuan, etc.).
    My cousin scores 4% med on harappa, but it eats into his caucasus and NE euro.

    WSHG being western siberia HG? This makes sense now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmoney View Post
    Syrian Christians (particularly the Knanaya subgroup check out Rustys results) in Kerala generally have a higher Barcin to Khval ratio than certain Nairs who are closer to Southern Brahmins ratio wise

    It could be related to the ethnogenesis of their religious group which involved early settlers from West Asia
    I dont think it has to do with any west Asian ancestry as i have low "caucasian", iirc extra caucasian in pure south Asian groups are mostly related to Iranian neolithic but in the case of knanaya they can have a higher "caucasian-NE" ratio than brahmins/upper caste nairs with elevated sw asian pointing to foreign mix. but in my case i still have some ne euro. I just saw a parallel from my results with some south/east indian brahmin results based on the ratio even though <3% is pretty low to confirm a trend on harappa lol.

    But yeah, I still need to get my g25 coordinates so we can forget about this for now
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