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From: "Alfred A. Aburto Jr." <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Iberomaurusian Y-DNA Haplogroup J ?
Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2006 10:23:50 -0800
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> Sasson Margaliot wrote:

>"Iberomaurusian" culture is antediluvian, so it is not likely to be
>either "E3b" or "J1".
>
>If there is a branch of ancient J1 in Iberia, it could be an original,
>pre-Indo-European population of Iberia.
>
>It is even possible that the *Basque* language was introduced into
>Iberia by this branch of J1 .
>
>More generally, which of languages spoken, say, 1000 years BCE, were
>associated with J2, J1, and E3b? Do J1 languages include Sumerian?
>
>
>
>> What about archeological evidence of Iron Age (Dark Age-Archaic Period)
>> through Early Hellenistic times for exploration, trade and colonization of Spain
>> by the Phoenicians, Israelites, and Greeks?
>>
>>
>
>Are the "Phoenicians" even approximately identified genetically ???
>
>
>Sasson
>
>


The Phoenicians originate in what we now call Lebanon, therefore I would
assume that they are strong in the Y-DNA J group (J1 & J2).
Al


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