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King Arthur's Turkic Knights - The Sarmatians (Remake)

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Published on Feb 13, 2014

"Thus, the type under consideration, which has become in many regions the characteristic Turkish form, is ...the closest parallel to [the] skulls … with the British Bronze Age crania; but the resemblance here is far from an identify, for the British faces, although equally broad, are much shorter. In the same sense, the Turkish skulls are reminiscent of the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic brachycephalic types from Europe and North Africa."

source: HARVARD UNIVERSITY - "Races of Europe." Carleton Stevens, Harvard University Assistant Professor of Anthropology. New York, The Macmillan Company, 1939, page 235.
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According to a genetic research on 75 individuals from various parts of Turkey, Mergen et al revealed that genetic structure of the mtDNAs in the Turkish population bears similarities to Turkic Central Asian populations. The neighbour-joining tree built from segment I sequences for Turkish and the other populations (French, Bulgarian, British, Finland, Greek, German, Kazakhs, Uighurs and Kirghiz) indicated two poles. Turkic Central Asian populations, Turkish population and British population formed one pole, and European populations formed the other, which revealed Turkish population bears more similarities to Turkic Central Asian population and British people.

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http://www.ias.ac.in/jgenet/Vol83No1/...
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For linguisic evidence see...
Turkic substrate in English & Germanic (Content):
http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turki...

Bikkinin Irek - Türkic borrowings in English:
http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turki...

Türkic Substrate in English - Appendix to Türkic borrowings in English:
http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turki...

Yusipova R. - Türkic suffixes in English (Turkish angle):
http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turki...

Stetsyuk V. - Germanic-Chuvash Türkic Parallels:
http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turki...

Toth A. - German Lexicon:
http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turki...

Ekholm G. - German Ethnology:
http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turki...

Mc Callister R. - Non-IE substrate vocabulary in Germanic languages:
http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turki...

Toth A. - Turkic and English:
http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turki...

Adji Murad - English Kipchaks:
http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turki...

Stevens C. - Germanic-Türkic traits:
http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turki...

Rassokha I.N. - Ukrainian pra-motherland of Indo-Europeans:
http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turki...
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Ancient DNA of 15 Sarmatian remains from Pokrovka kurgan burials in the southern Ural steppes along the Kazakhstan and Russian border was extracted for comparative analysis. Most of the mitochondrial haplogroups determined were of western Eurasian origin, while a few were of central/east Asian haplotype (Pr6) which is found among the Turkic speaking nomadic people, with a geographical extension from Kazakhstan to China. This haplotype[29] is almost (one base pair missing) identical with the haplotype of the 9-year-old (Kazakh)[30][31] girl from western Mongolia. A revelation of the study is the surprising presence of a Turkic-rooted woman among the Pokrovka Sarmatians, and the complete absence of any pointers characteristic for the Indo-Iranians, who reputedly constituted a bulk, if not all, of the Sarmatians.[32][33]

In a similar study, concerning the Early Neolithic genetic composition of the Carpathian Basin, some of the individuals examined belong to the mitochondrial haplogroup N9a, which is common in East Asian and virtually absent in European/West Eurasian populations. Three individuals with the haplogroup N9a (Szarvas 23 grave 20, Szakmár–Kisülés 8, and Csongrád–Bokros, grave inside Pit 20) can be considered to be Sarmatian and, in one case, early Hungarian (Magyar or Bulgarian Kabar). The highest frequency of the published N9a haplotype can be found in modern populations of East Asia (Vietnam - 0,78%, China - 0,23%, Thailand - 0,14%) as well as Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan - 0,28%, Kazakhstan - 0,22%, Uzbekistan - 0,21% and the Buryat Republic - 0,13%). The observation of high N9a frequencies in a Sarmatian and Magyar population may well support an (East?) Asian affinity. All N9a specimens from the Early Neolithic dataset (1st half of the 6th millennium BC) originated from a much younger period than the reported 1st millennium AD.[34]

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