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    Post Basque-Berber and Basque-Caucasus Connections

    We have some possible connections among Basques and ancient Berbers (Afalou type) via cromagnon.

    1-basque

    2 , 3 - berbers
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    Post Re: Basque-Berber and Baque-Caucasus connections

    1 , 2 - Basques
    3 - Berber ( Kabyle )

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    Post Re: Basque-Berber and Basque-Caucasus connections

    Quote Originally Posted by Euclides
    We have some possible connections among Basques and ancient Berbers (Afalou type) via cromagnon.

    1-basque

    2 , 3 - berbers
    I believe the connection is at least Basques, Berbers, Croatia, and Dalarna in Sweden via an Upper Paleolithic signature. Certain haplotypes are common to those areas in YSTR.org database. The only reason I know is that my haplotype is similiar to E3b but is actually R1b or variation. However, there is a significant variation in geographic distribution based on marker DYS391. If you have an 11 there your group is more Northern Europe centered around Uppsalla and Dalarna in Sweden. If you have a 10 there, your group is more Southern Europe. You may want to throw the Northern Irish Celts in there too for good measure.
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    Post Re: Basque-Berber and Basque-Caucasus connections

    berbers migrated from north africa to west europe, practically every darker haired/eyed person in west europe is part berber

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