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Findings:
•60% Ancient East African
•25% Ancient West Asian (Middle East)
•15% Ancient North African






I hope that finally settles this ongoing debate for further information here:




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Dna.land and some others found 28% North African/Egyptian Arab in me. but @Apollo mentioned all Horn Africans got ancient small amounts of Ancient Middle Eastern.
 
The question of when someone arrived somewhere is very complicated. For myself for instance do I include my neanderthal ancestors, in which case my ancestors immigrated to Europe about a million years ago, or only my non-neanderthal ancestors, which means about 150,000 years ago, or only my Y-DNA lineage, which means 50,000 years ago, or only people who spoke an indo-european language, which is only 4500 years ago?
 

Apollo

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The question of when someone arrived somewhere is very complicated. For myself for instance do I include my neanderthal ancestors, in which case my ancestors immigrated to Europe about a million years ago, or only my non-neanderthal ancestors, which means about 150,000 years ago, or only my Y-DNA lineage, which means 50,000 years ago, or only people who spoke an indo-european language, which is only 4500 years ago?

It is actually quite simple. Only 2-3% of your ancestry arrived in Europe about 500,000 years ago, while 97-98% didn't (Out-of-Africa).

PS. A big portion of Western European's ancestry is also composed of Western European hunter-gatherers who lived in that region for more than 30,000 years and the Yamnaya/Indo-Europeans came from Eastern Europe (Western Steppes around Ukraine), which is Europe as well.
 
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