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Analyses of complete genomes of 10 French Late Mesolithic individuals form the sites
#61
Looks like Theytree decided hoe004 and hoe005 were male.

Code:
Sample name hoe004
AU number AU72189
Sample Type Ancient
Reference assembly hg19 / GRCh37
Y-haplogroup R-TY495636

Code:
Sample name hoe005
AU number AU72188
Sample Type Ancient
Reference assembly hg19 / GRCh37
Y-haplogroup R-TY495636
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#62
I guess they just copy/pasted the info without further verifications.
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(01-25-2024, 03:46 AM)TanTin Wrote: I guess they just copy/pasted the info without further verifications.

Looks like the named a new terminal SNP R-TY495636.
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#64
Who should we trust, the new tree structure ( https://www.theytree.com/tree/R-TY495636) , or to accept these are females ?
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#65
Evidently they have two X chromosomes, which makes them females.
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(01-25-2024, 11:50 PM)rmstevens2 Wrote: Evidently they have two X chromosomes, which makes them females.

Yeah but they identified as males.

I'm gonna get banned lol
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U152>L2>Z49>Z142>Z150>FGC12381>FGC12378>FGC47869>FGC12401>FGC47875>FGC12384
50% English, 15% Welsh, 15% Scot/Ulster Scot, 5% Irish, 10% German, 2% Scandi, 2% French & Dutch), 1% India
Ancient ~40% Anglo-Saxon, ~40% Briton/Insular Celt, ~15% German, 4% Other Euro
600 AD: 55% Anglo-Saxon (CNE), 45% Pre-Anglo-Saxon Briton (WBI)
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(01-25-2024, 09:53 PM)TanTin Wrote: Who should we trust, the new tree structure ( https://www.theytree.com/tree/R-TY495636) , or to accept these are females ?

TheYtree is not very carefull about this.
They also still have BOY014 listed as J-M205 despite the sample being known as female aswell.

For this case, it is fairly clear, we have Mesolithic samples with a proposed ~2500-1000 BCE clade.
Their admixture is consistent with Mesolithic populations and not with Bronze-age/Iron-age populations, therefore it is not a datation-issue.
Thus, either this is wrong or it is a proof that time travel exists.
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