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Thread: The Genetic Legacy of Paleolithic Homo sapiens sapiens in Extant Europeans: A Y Chromosome Perspective

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    Post Re: "The Genetic Legacy of Paleolithic Homo sapiens sapiens in Extant Europeans

    Yep. It originated in the middle east some 25.000 years ago. But, my specific sub-clade is some 8000-12.000 years in the Balkans. The entire E 'family' seems to have originated in the Middle East and later spread around during Neolithic.

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    Re: "The Genetic Legacy of Paleolithic Homo sapiens sapiens in Extant

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    Nope, I'm Eu4. Actually more closely E3b(alpha). Thanks for the guess though. It illustrates that Y isn't equal to phenotype, but it's good for tracing migrations.
    Yea, the Cromagnons of Aurignacian and latter Magdalenian culture for R1b looked more like Paleo-Indians (They split in south-central Siberia), and I am R1b1. Although I look like I1a (south-eastern European) with N (Finnic-Siberian). The Paleo-Indians and Paleo-Europeans were both haplogroup P 45kbp, in the west Altai mountain range (Siberia).

    Although I need to know if the Magdalenian culture would've been introduced by R1b that stayed in the Italian Refugium during the Ice age, or was it the Iberian R1b, or both? Does anyone know about this?
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    Re: "The Genetic Legacy of Paleolithic Homo sapiens sapiens in Extant

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Solar Wolff View Post
    You know, it is a big jump from a marker to a phenotype.
    Regardless of the phenotypical aspect. Anyways, they would've looked like most of the Cro-magnon recreations from Southern France, etc. My question was, "Although I need to know if the Magdalenian culture would've been introduced by R1b that stayed in the Italian Refugium during the Ice age, or was it the Iberian R1b, or both? Does anyone know about this?"

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