A Scholarly Response to the Suggestion that Egyptian DNA Gained “sub-Saharan” DNA Through Slavery

Source: Ancient Egyptian Genomes from northern Egypt: Further discussion (Research Gate) 2018 A.D.

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This source provides extensive DNA and historical analysis that shows why one must take the larger, historical context into account regarding ancient DNA. In my opinion, just like crania analysis, DNA analysis should simply be used as a modern indicator to suggest that one is on the right track. DNA analysis should not be considered to be a “silver-bullet” by any means and DNA analysis must have accurate, historical context surrounding it to be effective.

This source notes that Ramses lll had E1b1a in him. This may seem contradictory to the notion that e1b1a is used for assisting in determining who are “Israelites”. Once again, historical context must be put taken into consideration. The Hyksos invaded Egypt and ruled it for quite some time. Some have equated the West African Fulani ethnic group to being the ancient Hyksos, thus it makes since why a Hamitic people (the Egyptians in this case) would have “Afro-Asiatic” haplogroup in them because the Hyksos mixed amongst the Egyptians.

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