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    Post Genetics, Archaeology, and Holocene Hunter-Gatherers

    Genetics, archaeology, and holocene hunter-gatherers.

    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1999 Sep 14;96(19):10562-3.

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    Post Re: Genetics, archaeology, and holocene hunter-gatherers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Euclides
    Genetics, archaeology, and holocene hunter-gatherers.

    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1999 Sep 14;96(19):10562-3.
    Appreciate post.

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    Post Re: Genetics, archaeology, and holocene hunter-gatherers.

    In short, it is hard to see recent hunter-gatherers overall as
    either genetically more isolated or demographically more
    fragile than those of the Pleistocene simply as a function of the
    spread of agriculture. Abandoning them as a source of demographic
    insight on the distant past seems premature. It is better
    to assess the utility of each population as a potential analogue
    independently rather than to accept or reject them all categorically.
    I think thats basically right and its wrong to just see it black & white. It depends on the degree of isolation, the natural ressources which are available and the subsistence and cultural-reproductive pattern in detail.

    Isolated, with low energy levels living h-g with extremely low reproductive rates and "cautious" cultural restrictions are imo not comparable to the expansive h-g groups of the Holocene.
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