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Митаннийские арийцы
« : 05 Сентябрь 2022, 18:02:50 »
Кажется первый пошел?
Не R1a но по аутосомам явно из Центральной Азии. Его игрек попадался в арийских захоронениях.

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One of the most important results in the ARC paper is I4097_all IRN_Hasanlu_LBA_A Cluster 1425-1284 calBCE (3095±25 BP, PSUAMS-1948) https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.abm4247

The Iranian J1 branch from Hasanlu I4097 is the same of BMAC-Gonur, Geoksyur and Mayemer-II, Eastern Kazakhstan.
I4097_all IRN_Hasanlu_LBA_A Cluster2.7.2.9.33 Brown Brown Dark Intermediate J-ZS6637 J1a2a1b1a~
J1>J-Z2215>J-Z2217>J-L620>J-PF4816>J-ZS6599>J-ZS6638>J-Y169874>J-ZS6592>ZS6637

J1 samples were found in Central Asia, The formation of human populations in South and Central Asia 25 :
- I1784; 2201-2031 BC; Gonur; Turkmenistan; BMAC; J1-L620>PF4816>ZS6599>ZS4428>ZS6592
- I12481; 3500-2800 BC; Geoksyur; Turkmenistan; Geoksyur_EN; J1-L620>PF4816>ZS6599>ZS4428>ZS6592
- I8504; 3092-2925 BC; Geoksyur; Turkmenistan; Geoksyur_EN; J1-L620>PF4816>ZS6599>ZS4428>ZS6592

And the same J1 lineage found in Eastern Kazakhstan. MMR001.A0101 Mayemer-II mound 1 7th-5th c. BCE Mayemer-II_600_BCE MMR001.A0101
- Mayemer-II mound 1 Steppe_Central_Nomad_IA Mayemer-II_600_BCE MMR001.out Kazakhstan -600 C4a1a4a J-M304
J1> M267> CTS12238> Z2217> L620> PF4832> ZS6599> ZS6602> ZS6592. Early Saka period Mayemer, on the left bank of the Narym River, in the Katonkaragai district of East Kazakhstan region

Цитата: pegasus;868661
One of these Hasanlu samples looks to be an outlier migrant from Central Asia, and has a BMAC subclade ,the main Hasanlu cluster are not like this and this individual prefers a Steppe MLBA source. Possible Mitanni or early Iranic ?

Target: Hasanlu_I4097_all
Distance: 1.2639% / 0.01263948 | R3P
62.6 UZB_Sappali_Tepe_BA
19.2 IRN_Seh_Gabi_C
18.2 RUS_Srubnaya_Alakul_MLBA

Target: Hasanlu_I4097_all
Distance: 1.1517% / 0.01151679 | R4P
50.4 UZB_Sappali_Tepe_BA
24.8 IRN_Seh_Gabi_C
18.2 RUS_Srubnaya_Alakul_MLBA
6.6 IRN_Shahr_I_Sokhta_BA2

1425-1284 calBCE (3095±25 BP, PSUAMS-1948)

Distance to: Hasanlu_I4097_all
0.03265890 MNG_TUK001:TUK001
0.05762061 Hasanlu_I6430
0.06053626 Hasanlu_I6432
0.06117189 Hasanlu_I6428
0.06220058 Hasanlu_I4269_all
0.06734644 Hasanlu_I4232_all
0.07167512 Hasanlu_I6431
0.07847426 Hasanlu_I4357
0.08817144 Hasanlu_I4280_all
0.08817453 Hasanlu_I6388
0.09095997 Hasanlu_I4353
0.09327439 Hasanlu_I4100_all
0.09495759 Hasanlu_I4355
0.09516835 Hasanlu_I4354
0.09741795 Hasanlu_I4099_all
0.10199630 Hasanlu_I4098
0.10288792 Hasanlu_I4233_all
0.10311437 Hasanlu_I4356
0.10640174 Hasanlu_I6429
0.10673581 Hasanlu_I4338

MNG_TUK001

Individual TUK001 (250–383 cal. CE), whose burial was an intrusion into an earlier Xiongnu cemetery, has the highest western Eurasian affinity. This ancestry is distinct from that of the Sarmatians and closer to ancient populations with BMAC/ Iranian-related ancestry
One individual in this study (TUK001) at the site of Tamiryn Ulaan Khoshuu (Burkhan Tolgoi) dates to the era of Xianbei power in Inner Asia; however, there is no cultural context that could affirm affiliation with the Xianbei or other groups of northeastern China. Instead, recent excavations at this site have yielded artifacts, such as pottery from the Kwarezm oasis cultures near the Aral Sea and coins of the Sassanian Persian empire, that indicate significant interactions with areas in Central Asia and much farther west. In the mid-fourth century, a large polity known as the Rouran purportedly took over all of Mongolia; however, there is little recorded history about the Rouran

TUK001(250-383 CE), the earliest early Medieval individual in our dataset from a Xiongnu site with a post-Xiongnu occupation, has the highest western Eurasian affinity. This individual is distinct from Sarmatians, and likely to be admixed between Sarmatians and populations with BMAC/Iranian-related ancestry

A Dynamic 6,000-Year Genetic History of Eurasia’s Eastern Steppe Choongwon Jeong et al. 2020

So, I4097 Y-DNA J1-ZS6637 can be associated with the Indo-Aryan influence in MItanni, the nomadic Indo-Aryan elite, known as the Maryannu, settled in Mitanni and the Mitanni warriors were called marya and the Mitanni can be one of the ancestors of the "early Medes" from Iran.
The same Iranian population of Hasanlu_I4097_all, MNG_TUK001 and the ‘Well Lady’ (ALA019) from Alalakh

Individual TUK001 (250–383 cal. CE), whose burial was an intrusion into an earlier Xiongnu cemetery, has the highest western Eurasian affinity. This ancestry is distinct from that of the Sarmatians and closer to ancient populations with BMAC/ Iranian-related ancestry
One individual in this study (TUK001) at the site of Tamiryn Ulaan Khoshuu (Burkhan Tolgoi) dates to the era of Xianbei power in Inner Asia; however, there is no cultural context that could affirm affiliation with the Xianbei or other groups of northeastern China. Instead, recent excavations at this site have yielded artifacts, such as pottery from the Kwarezm oasis cultures near the Aral Sea and coins of the Sassanian Persian empire, that indicate significant interactions with areas in Central Asia and much farther west. In the mid-fourth century, a large polity known as the Rouran purportedly took over all of Mongolia; however, there is little recorded history about the Rouran
TUK001(250-383 CE), the earliest early Medieval individual in our dataset from a Xiongnu site with a post-Xiongnu occupation, has the highest western Eurasian affinity. This individual is distinct from Sarmatians, and likely to be admixed between Sarmatians and populations with BMAC/Iranian-related ancestry

A Dynamic 6,000-Year Genetic History of Eurasia’s Eastern Steppe Choongwon Jeong et al. 2020
[https://www.cell.com/cell/fulltext/S...674(20)31321-0](https://www.cell.com/cell/fulltext/S0092-8674(20)31321-0)

the so-called ‘Well Lady’ (ALA019), The case of the Well Lady (ALA019) Aside from the bulk of genetic data from Alalakh that suggests regional ties over many generations, there is one outstanding case of long-distance mobility. Individual ALA019 –the Well Lady–takes up an extreme outlier position in the PCA closest to sampled individuals from Bronze Age Iran/Turkmenistan/Uzbekistan/Afghanistan

1550-1600 BC

Ingman T, Eisenmann S, Skourtanioti E, Akar M, Ilgner J, Gnecchi Ruscone GA, et al. (2021) Human mobility at Tell Atchana (Alalakh), Hatay, Turkey during the 2nd millennium BC: Integration of isotopic and genomic evidence. PLoS ONE 16(6): e0241883.   https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0241883

So, I4097 Y-DNA J1-ZS6637 can be associated with the Indo-Aryan influence in Mitanni, the nomadic Indo-Aryan elite, known as the Maryannu, settled in Mitanni and their warriors were called marya and the Mitanni can be one of the ancestors of the "early Medes" from Iran.

Indo-Anatolian and Indo-European populations have always the most ancient basal diversity of haplogroup J, specially J1 and the haplogroup J increase is that it accompanied the spread of Caucasus hunter-gatherer/Iranian ancestry.

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Автор Рикардо Коста де Оливиера
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