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    HG9 is Associated with Migrations of Neolithic Agriculturalists

    HG9 is associated with migrations of Neolithic
    agriculturalists.


    HG9 Frequencies for Europe, Central Asia and the
    Mediterranean:

    Algerians.....93%
    N Africans....89%
    Cypriots......60%
    Greeks........56%
    Turks.........43%
    Ossetians.....40%
    Armenians.....32%
    Italians......32%
    Romanians.....31%
    Bulgarians....29%
    Georgians.....25%
    Yugoslavs.....21%
    Hungarians....20%
    Czechs........19%
    Portuguese....19%
    Dutchmen......15%
    Frenchmen.....13%
    Slovakians....13%
    Spaniards.....13%
    Slovenians....13%
    Chuvash.......12%
    Belarusians...12%
    Russians......11%
    Germans.......10%
    Danes..........9%
    Poles..........6%
    Maris..........6%
    Ukrainians.....4%
    East Anglians..4%
    Belgians.......4%
    Swedes.........4%
    Norwegians.....4%
    Estonians......4%
    Irishmen.......3%
    Finns..........2%
    Scotsmen.......1%
    Cornishmen.....0%
    Latvians.......0%
    Lithuanians....0%
    Icelanders.....0%
    Lapps..........0%
    Basques........0%






    As the farmers expanded (from the fertile crescent) they
    bred with the more primitive aboriginal peoples thus
    diluting HG9.

    Neolithic markers are more frequent in southern europe
    than northern.

    Northern europeans therefore are clearly descendant from
    the people who learned agriculture but NOT the people who
    invented it.


    Again many people argue that neolithic farmers spread IE.

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    The HG9 frequency is Basques and Cornish must be low because the upper paleolithic/mesolithic peoples in those areas didn't intermingle very much with the neolithics.






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