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 Topic: the birth of the Semites?

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  • the birth of the Semites?
     OP - May 27, 2017, 03:00 PM

    For the Syrians and Palestinians:

    Razib Khan is looking at the latest literature on the Levantine genome which, like the Armenian genome (formed 1200 BC), is a mixture of peoples (formed, in this case, 3500 BC). Various digs have turned up an ancient Mediterranean Farmer population, which today survives in Sardinia. There was also a Zagros Farmer population, wholly unrelated - at the time. The Levantines formed when the two met.

    Presumably, when a horde from the Zagros charged into Syria during the early Bronze Age, before anyone was taking notes.
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