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Çin bölgesinde Antik DNA çalışmaları

Mesajgönderen TurkmenCopur » 11 Nis 2015, 03:39

Çin bölgesinde Antik DNA çalışmaları

Barköl-Xinjiang in China, 400 BCE - 200 AD


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Pengyang-Ningxia in China, 500 BCE

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4x Q1a1-M120

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Xiaohe-Tarim Basin in China Xinjiang, 2000 - 1500 BCE

Xiaohe, Xinjiang, 2500-2000 BCE, 11x R1a1a, 1x K*
MT-DNA: 1x H, 1x K, 14x C4, 3x R

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Tianshan Beilu, Hami, Xinjiang, 2000-1300 BCE, 5x N, 1x C

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Heigouliang, Xinjiang, 2000 BCE, 6x Q1a*, 4x Q1b, 2x Q

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Taojiazhai, Qinghai, 500 AD, 12x O3-M324

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Niuheliang, Hongshan Culture, 3000 BCE, 4x N, 1x C*, 1x O

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Halahaigou, Hongshan-Xiaoheyan Culture, 2500 BCE, 12x N(xN1a, N1c)

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Dadianzi, Lower Xiajiadian Culture, 1600 BCE, 3x N, 2x O3

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Dashanqian, Upper Xiajiadian Culture, 1000 BCE, 1x C, 3x N1c, 1x N, 2x O3-M117, 2x O3-M324

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Jinggouzi, 500 BCE, 12x C

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Miaozigou, Central-South Inner Mongolia, Yangshao Culture, 3500 BCE, 3x N

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Sanguan site, Yu County, Hebei, Lower Xiajiadian Culture, 1800-1400 BCE, 4x O3

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Hengbei site, Jiang County, Shanxi, 1000-800 BCE, 9x Q1a1, 2x O2a-M95, 1x N(xN1c), 4x O3a2-P201, 2x O3, 4 O*

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China, 1000 BCE

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Tianshanbeilu of East Xinjiang in China, 300 - 600 BCE

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Northwest Taiyuan of Shanxi in China, 500 - 600 AD

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Shuzhuanglou in China, 1310 AD

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Inner Mongolia in China, 1300-1400 AD

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Yangtze River in East China, 4400 - 1100 BCE

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China, 200 BCE

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Xinjiang in China, 800 - 100 BCE

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Khotan-Xinjiang in China, 220 BCE - 290 AD

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North China, 500 BCE

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Xinjiang Tarim Basin in China, 2000 BCE

MTDNA: 1x H

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Lajia Minhe Qinghai in China, 2000 - 1800 BCE

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Inner Mongolia in China, 300 - 500 AD

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Inner Mongolia in China, 200 AD

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China

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Yuansha Xinjiang in China, 500 - 0 BCE

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China

1x A
2x D
1x G2a
3x H
1x I
3x M
3x N
2x T

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1400 - 1500 AD, China

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Re: Çin bölgesinde Antik DNA çalışmaları

Mesajgönderen TurkmenCopur » 19 May 2015, 02:33

At the study Zhao et al 2015, Y-DNA Haplogroups N, O and Q are found among the ancient Han Chinese graves of 1000 BCE. This shows two facts. The haplogroups N, O and Q are East Eurasian haplogroups also associated with Han Chinese(of around 1000 BCE), and the core root of the Sakha, Xiongnu and the later Huns had definitely West Eurasian haplogroups, like it was proven anthropologically and archaeologically by the studies like the ones made by Orazak Ismagulov. So, we see now that the false conclusions of West European and United States originated academicians, that wrongly support the idea that these East Eurasian haplogroups are the root of the Turk Nation, are now refuted. The Huns and the Han Chinese of the Iron Age until the medieval age were obviously people of different nations. So if we should make a separation between the Huns and the Han Chinese, we should seperate the West Eurasian and East Eurasian haplogroups for recent history(1000 BCE - 500 AD). If we go back way earlier than 1000 BCE we will only see traits of Proto Turk culture, because the oldest human languague belongs to the Sumerians, and the oldest archaeological findings only indicate Proto Turk culture elements(which is equal to the first humans of Paleolithic Age).

The core root of the Sakha, Xiongnu and the later Huns lived at West Mongolia, Altai regions, Central Asia(from Kazakhstan to Turkmenistan), Caucasia, Anatolia, Balkans, and more West Eurasian regions. Unfortunately, until now we do not see any serious ancient dna study done(and none about the West Eurasian regions) like the study that was performed in this situation(Han Chinese) in which the Chinese academicians tested 89 samples(earlier studies have more serious data regarding the origins of Han Chinese).

We should not forget the fact that the Proto Turks(of 5000 BCE) in the regions between Hungary, Spain and Germany found haplogroups C, G, H, R, T among the people with variants of the same Proto Turk culture(like the Linearbandkeramik). This shows that the Proto Turks were already a nation with both West Eurasian and East Eurasian haplogroups that lived together for tens of thousands of years ago, which again shows indications that the Chinese also could descend from the older Proto Turks.

If we consider the haplogroups like C, D, N, O, Q to be of East Eurasian origin, we should consider haplogroups like E, F, G, H, J, K, L, R, T to be of West Eurasian origin. And the core root of the Sakha, Xiongnu and the later Huns consisted of a Turk nation with these West Eurasian haplogroups.

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