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    Six Population Elements in Living Caucasoids


    Mediterranean (distributed mainly around the Mediterranean coast). Associated with non-Sub-Saharan NRY haplogroup E(x3a) (HG21 in Jobling/Tyler-Smith).


    Near Eastern (found from Europe to India south of the steppe). Associated with NRY haplogroup J (HG9 in J/T-S).


    Central (centered in Central-South-Eastern Europe). Associated perhaps with NRY haplogroup Y(xA,C,D,E,F1,J,K) (clades of HG2 in J/T-S)


    Western (widely distributed, surviving in greatest strength in Western Europe). Associated tih NRY haplogroup P(xR1a) (HG1 and HG22 in J/T-S).


    Eastern (from Europe, especially Eastern Europe to Central Asia and all the way to India). Associated with NRY haplogroup R1a1 (HG3 in J/T-S).


    Northeastern (in the northeastern quadrant of Europe into Siberia). Associated with NRY haplogroup N (HG12 and HG16 in J/T-S)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Polak
    Six Population Elements in Living Caucasoids


    Mediterranean (distributed mainly around the Mediterranean coast). Associated with non-Sub-Saharan NRY haplogroup E(x3a) (HG21 in Jobling/Tyler-Smith).


    Near Eastern (found from Europe to India south of the steppe). Associated with NRY haplogroup J (HG9 in J/T-S).


    Central (centered in Central-South-Eastern Europe). Associated perhaps with NRY haplogroup Y(xA,C,D,E,F1,J,K) (clades of HG2 in J/T-S)


    Western (widely distributed, surviving in greatest strength in Western Europe). Associated tih NRY haplogroup P(xR1a) (HG1 and HG22 in J/T-S).


    Eastern (from Europe, especially Eastern Europe to Central Asia and all the way to India). Associated with NRY haplogroup R1a1 (HG3 in J/T-S).


    Northeastern (in the northeastern quadrant of Europe into Siberia). Associated with NRY haplogroup N (HG12 and HG16 in J/T-S)


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    Indeed, I see all of these as Caucasoid genes.

    I don't think HG16, for example, is East Asian at all. From the evidence I've seen, it seems to have originated in North Eastern Europe. It then spread east into Siberian populations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tryggvi
    @Polak: Off-topic, but just quickly, as a matter of interest: By whom is the quote in your signature and when was it uttered?

    - Thorburn

    Ibrahim-Ibn-Jakub, a Moorish Jew from Tortosa in Spain, AD966.

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