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Considering that a substantial percentage of Neolithic mt DNA in Iberia is African (L1b1, L2, L3, respectively in Andalusia, Navarra and Valencia), this could indeed be a sign of a direct migration from North Africa.My hypothesis is that this migration was due to the desertification of the Sahara at the end of the last Ice Age.Meanwhile, Y-SNP and Y-STR profiles indicate that the males examined belonged to the R1b-M343 haplogroup.
Four of the 5 bodies were determined to carry the mitochondrial DNA haplogroup D4, while the fifth carried haplogroup CZ, indicating that this individual had no kinship with the others.
(57), Portal (56), Skydiver (48), valmbersis (48), szl (46), Oksanochka511 (46), mavarik (44), Ddimon (43), Orator (41), nonac_2005 (41), nicolaichru (40), AWESOME (39), ROM28 (39), l_sergy (39), konkurs3d (39), lom (39), blackcoma (38), Ilya Muromez (38), Black Soul (38), Yx O (37), Black Phantom (37), Stalin (37), algol (37), Fordreron (37), Woles (36), (36), Unknown_2 (36), ALLe X (35), Bombardier (35), Drost (35), Denzel M (35), Milly (34), iboya (34), Atlis (33), *0s (32), Silver (31), Geyko Jr.
In 2004, we first discovered 5 graves belonging to the Golden family in Tavan Tolgoi, Eastern Mongolia.
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