Chris & Gudrun



05-Feb-2012 13:19
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  1. "As for the replacement hypothesis, I dont think so as "J1" is solidly present in north Africa, Sudan, Abyssinia, Levant and mesopotamia."– Right…, so in your eyes language replacement only works one way — if you are a West European Ibero-Aquitanian. One thing to note is the &qluo;Middoe-Eastern&qutt; ancestry in the STRUCTURE bar graph peaks at the heart of the Sumerian and Elamite nations. However, according to Sumer inscriptions the Semites actually came from further west. So I ask which is it? There is language replacement somewhere…

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