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    Quote Originally Posted by joseph capelli View Post
    Maybe in Asia, but in Europe there is no evidence behind it.
    Maybe the spread of farming and that of metallurgy is to be attributed to the same source.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joseph capelli View Post
    Maybe in Asia, but in Europe there is no evidence behind it.
    Nope more likely in Europe. It seems the R1b farmers spread west not east. You don't see R1b past Northern Iran for a reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newtoboard View Post
    Nope more likely in Europe. It seems the R1b farmers spread west not east. You don't see R1b past Northern Iran for a reason.
    Still no neolitch farmer in Europe was either R1b nor J2a.

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    The fact J2a was connected to the onset Agricultural Revolution is fairly established, but since it has not been detected in Neolithic Europe so far, the extent of its possible distribution and subsequent activity within the continent are largely unknown. While G2a seems to have traversed mainland Europe, J2a most likely kept along the Mediterranean, perhaps spreading via maritime travel. Of course, it's not at all far-fetched to imagine J2a crossing the Bosporus alongside fellow farmer haplogroups, but the validation of such a trajectory remains to be seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joseph capelli View Post
    Still no neolitch farmer in Europe was either R1b nor J2a.
    Bell Beakers were farmers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polako View Post
    Bell Beakers were farmers.
    Bell Beakers were not neolitich farmers.

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    Nobody knows for sure, some people say Turkey, some say Iran or even Georgia. And also Armenia or just the Caucasus. Perhaps J2a originated indeed in Anatolia (Turkey). There is way more information about J2b than about J2a. I'm btw talking about ydna, not mtdna.

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    So can anyone explain the correlation between J2 and J1, if J2 did indeed evolve closely in proximity to R1b or a? Just out of curiosity. I'm not sure what their relationship is.

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    Is J2a indo- european?

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