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JIVE TALK on new Tarim DNA


I will be doing a live stream on the new Tarim DNA Friday night at 1900 BST, 1400 EST 

New genetic data on Tarim mummies disproves my claim that early Tarim mummies were Iranic. It also shows the likely origin of Tocharian languages is in the Dzungarian Basin just north of Tarim rather than Tarim itself. Tarim mummies date from 2000 BC to AD 200 yet this sample only looks at the very oldest of those. Even older samples (3000–2800 BC) in the new study are from the Dzungarian Basin and these samples appear to be Afanasievo derived and therefore are likely the source of Tocharian languages, and if so then the language moved South into Tarim from them, but the early mummies from Tarim itself, at least the 13 in this study which date from 2100–1700 BC, do NOT appear to be Tocharians or even, as I speculated in my video last year, Iranic speakers, rather an isolated refugia of ice-age like people predominantly descended from Ancient North Eurasians and West Siberian Hunter-Gatherers (WSHG themselves were 72.5% ANE, 7.5% West European Hunter-Gatherer, and 20% Ancient East Asian).

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Origins of Corded Ware and Beaker Folk - New Bohemian DNA paper

Sorry I forgot to post this here in advance of the stream. Hopefully you were notified via YouTube or Gab or Telegram.

I discuss the findings of the very interesting new paper on the genetic replacements of central Europe in the Neolithic and Bronze Age.

https://youtu.be/mxNGk8Z4W3Y
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JIVE TALK: THIS FRIDAY - Greece and Italy DNA news.


I will discuss some of the recent findings in archaeogenetics and archaeology, mainly the two DNA papers regarding Indo-European invasions of Greece and Italy.

Florian Clemente et al, The genomic history of the Aegean palatial civilizations, Cell (2021). DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2021.03.039

Saute et al, Ancient genomes reveal structural shifts after the arrival of Steppe-related ancestry in the Italian Peninsula (2021) https://www.cell.com/current-biology/fulltext/S0960-9822(21)00535-2

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Woke activists are angry that not everyone believes in their black viking!


A skeleton found in a coffin in North Yorkshire in 1989 and labelled as SK 3379 was identified as an adult male based on shape of the skull and the pelvis. It was dated to the 10th/11th century so this is regarded as a pre-Norman conquest body. He was quite twisted, with deformity of the spine and shoulder alignment, and with two crushed vertebrae as well as evidence of joint disease in the spine. He also had five abscesses in his gap-toothed mouth. An analysis of skull morphology led researchers in 2015 to conclude that he “may have been of African or mixed ancestry and may have migrated to York or descended from those that did”

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JIVE TALK: Were Vikings really diverse?

Tomorrow at 19:00 UK time you can tune in to Jive Talk where I will be speaking to one of the authors of the recent paper on Viking DNA. Sturla Ellingvåg is an economist and historian from Norway currently working at the roots of the Vikings at the Lundbeck Foundation Centre for Geogenetics at the University of Copenhagen.
Sturla recently collaborated on a genetic paper titled Population genomics of the Viking world. The findings of the paper have been reported on by a number of mainstream media worldwide, but the reports misrepresent the findings and Sturla has spoken out against this. Today we will hear more about what the paper actually shows about Viking diversity.

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