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    Like I said 1 year ago Z2125 is the typical Scytho-Turkic branch of R1a Z93: http://www.theapricity.com/forum/sho...gration-theory

    Quote Originally Posted by Arsak Håkan View Post
    The Scytho-Turkic Z2125 branch:


    compare with all Z93 branches + the non-correlating Indo-Aryan migration theory:


    The Andronovo culture is much too late for an Indo-Iranian identification since chariot-wielding "aR1ans" appear in Mitanni by the 15th to 16th century BC.

    And last but not least compare Indo-Iranian autosomal dna:
    Scytho-Turkic R1a Z93 +Z2124
    http://www.theapricity.com/forum/att...8&d=1420471326
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wojewoda View Post
    Well, just interested.

    By the way do Ash-kenazi Jews come from As-gard?
    This work of non-Turkologist non-historian with an astonishing insight adds more to Turkology and to the history of Türkic people than tons of papers produced by trained Turkologists and historians.


    Dr. David K. Faux
    The Genetic Link of the Viking – Era Norse to Central Asia:
    An Assessment of the Y Chromosome DNA, Archaeological, Historical and Linguistic Evidence
    ©2004 – 2007 David K. Faux


    Contents
    Abstract 1
    Prologue 1
    General Introduction 2
    Archaeology and Cultural Background of Pre–Viking Norway 3
    General Background 3
    The Roman Age (1st to 4th Centuries AD) 4
    Migration Period (375 to 550 AD) 4
    The Vendel Period (7th and 8th Centuries) 7
    Historical Evidence 8
    The Norse (Icelandic) Sagas in Relation to History 8
    The Prose Eddas 8
    Heimskringla 9
    1. The Situation of the Countries 9
    2. Of the People of Asia 9
    5. Odin Divides his Kingdom 9
    6. Of Odin’s Accomplishments 9
    A Summary and Some Conclusions Respecting the Sagas 10
    The Proposed Asir (Ases) of Asia 10
    Archaeology 10
    The Scythian Peoples: A Note about Sources 12
    Scythian Chronology 12
    History 12
    The Scythian People Prior to the Emergence of the Huns 12
    The Ostrogoths and Huns 15
    A Note about Sources 15
    The Ostrogoths 15
    The Huns 16
    Uldin 17
    Thor Heyerdahl: The Hunt for Odin 18
    Linguistic Evidence 20
    Genetic Evidence 21
    Ancient DNA Samples 21
    Y Chromosome DNA Markers 22
    Some Major Relevant European and Asian Haplogroups 23
    Haplogroup Percentages in Selected Eurasian Populations 25
    The R1a, Y Chromosomes of Scandinavia and the Norse Colonies 32
    R1a Haplotypes in Asian and European Populations 32
    A Unique Genetic R1a Polymorphism Separating Norwegians from Eastern Europeans 32
    Q Haplotypes in Asian and European Populations 34
    K Haplogroup in Asian and European Populations 37
    Shetland Project Participants and the Azeri - Armenia 37
    Equine Genetic Support 39
    Conclusions in Relation to the Historical, Archaeological, Linguistic and Genetic Findings 39
    Scytho-Turkic R1a Z93 +Z2124
    http://www.theapricity.com/forum/att...8&d=1420471326
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kipchak_Håkan View Post
    This work of non-Turkologist non-historian with an astonishing insight adds more to Turkology and to the history of Türkic people than tons of papers produced by trained Turkologists and historians.


    Dr. David K. Faux
    The Genetic Link of the Viking – Era Norse to Central Asia:
    An Assessment of the Y Chromosome DNA, Archaeological, Historical and Linguistic Evidence
    ©2004 – 2007 David K. Faux


    Contents
    Abstract 1
    Prologue 1
    General Introduction 2
    Archaeology and Cultural Background of Pre–Viking Norway 3
    General Background 3
    The Roman Age (1st to 4th Centuries AD) 4
    Migration Period (375 to 550 AD) 4
    The Vendel Period (7th and 8th Centuries) 7
    Historical Evidence 8
    The Norse (Icelandic) Sagas in Relation to History 8
    The Prose Eddas 8
    Heimskringla 9
    1. The Situation of the Countries 9
    2. Of the People of Asia 9
    5. Odin Divides his Kingdom 9
    6. Of Odin’s Accomplishments 9
    A Summary and Some Conclusions Respecting the Sagas 10
    The Proposed Asir (Ases) of Asia 10
    Archaeology 10
    The Scythian Peoples: A Note about Sources 12
    Scythian Chronology 12
    History 12
    The Scythian People Prior to the Emergence of the Huns 12
    The Ostrogoths and Huns 15
    A Note about Sources 15
    The Ostrogoths 15
    The Huns 16
    Uldin 17
    Thor Heyerdahl: The Hunt for Odin 18
    Linguistic Evidence 20
    Genetic Evidence 21
    Ancient DNA Samples 21
    Y Chromosome DNA Markers 22
    Some Major Relevant European and Asian Haplogroups 23
    Haplogroup Percentages in Selected Eurasian Populations 25
    The R1a, Y Chromosomes of Scandinavia and the Norse Colonies 32
    R1a Haplotypes in Asian and European Populations 32
    A Unique Genetic R1a Polymorphism Separating Norwegians from Eastern Europeans 32
    Q Haplotypes in Asian and European Populations 34
    K Haplogroup in Asian and European Populations 37
    Shetland Project Participants and the Azeri - Armenia 37
    Equine Genetic Support 39
    Conclusions in Relation to the Historical, Archaeological, Linguistic and Genetic Findings 39
    Totally out of date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polako View Post
    Totally out of date.
    Lol, this paper talks about Kyrgyz Ases and Nordic Saga. Perfect match I would say.
    Scytho-Turkic R1a Z93 +Z2124
    http://www.theapricity.com/forum/att...8&d=1420471326
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kipchak_Håkan View Post
    Lol, this paper talks about Kyrgyz Ases and Nordic Saga. Perfect match I would say.
    Pity the DNA doesn't match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polako View Post
    Pity the DNA doesn't match.
    Again lol, Viking R1a matches Kyrgyz R1a 99%!!
    Scytho-Turkic R1a Z93 +Z2124
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kipchak_Håkan View Post
    Again lol, Viking R1a matches Kyrgyz R1a 99%!!
    Viking R1a is Z284, Kyrgyz R1a is Z93.

    Not a match. LOL

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    Kyrgyz are recent arrivals to central Asia from Altai. Their cultural and linguistic cousins Khakassians that are still living in Altai mountains also have plenty of Z93. I'd say Kyrgyz got their Z93 markers from people of Afanasevo.

    Norwegians have almost entirely z284 marker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kipchak_Håkan View Post
    Again lol, Viking R1a matches Kyrgyz R1a 99%!!
    Scandinavian Z284 got separated from your Z93 6000 years ago:




    These matches some talked about 10 years ago were based on very short STR haplotypes and some pop-science Däniken-style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugevit View Post
    Kyrgyz are recent arrivals to central Asia from Altai. Their cultural and linguistic cousins Khakassians that are still living in Altai mountains also have plenty of Z93. I'd say Kyrgyz got their Z93 markers from people of Afanasevo.

    Norwegians have almost entirely z284 marker.
    Afanasievo was R1a-M417* IMO. Hence the R1a-M417* in the Tarim mummies.

    Andronovo were a different, later group from the Ural steppe, and they carried Z93.

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