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    Anatolian ancestry via the Hittites and Trojans ought to be investigated. I don't think that Semitic lands to the South have any direct relationship with Europe. I'm guessing that the Jasmine gene came from Phoenician women.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baorn View Post
    Anatolian ancestry via the Hittites and Trojans ought to be investigated.
    There is no ancestry from Hittites or "Trojans" in Europe because they never settled so far west. There's ancestry(which is actually more related to most modern Europeans, than to modern Turks) from prehistoric Anatolia, from the Neolithic farmers that expanded into Europe from 7.000 BC on.

    I don't think that Semitic lands to the South have any direct relationship with Europe. I'm guessing that the Jasmine gene came from Phoenician women.
    If you're talking about the mtDNA haplogroup J, it's 45.000 years old and can hardly be connected to Phoenicians in general. Some specific subclades in southern Europe might be connected to that but in most of Europe it seems connected to the early farmers and even more important, the expansion of the Indo-European steppe herders. Which is why it actually reaches peak levels in Northwest Europe.
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