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From: Bill <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] G in Europe
Date: Mon, 22 Aug 2011 07:44:00 -0400
It would be really interesting to see how G2 haplogroup maps out
against the distribution of Caridial/Impressed Ware pottery. I would
guess it would be one for one, at least over the earlier dates
It would be interesting to see if G2 extends into Spain, and then
across the strait into Morrocco where Cardial is also found.
On Aug 22, 2011, at 5:44 AM, vernade didier wrote:
> I was using data from France and around but it seems you are right
> for the Balkans where the group is older. I don't know if
> haplotypes from the Balkans were included to calculated the TMRCA.
>> I suppose wikipedia occassionally
>> (?) gets things wrong, but what
>> they say is
>>> The earliest Impressed Ware sites, dating to 6400-6200
>> BC, are in
>>> Epirus and Corfu. Settlements then appear in Albania
>> and Dalmatia
>>> on the eastern Adriatic coast dating to between 6100
>> and 5900 BC.
>> call it 6400 BC, which translates to 8400 YBP.
>> A quick check of other non wikipedia sources suggests that
>> ware was in Italy by about 6000 BC, or 8000YBP
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