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West Asia, which includes Anatolia (present-day Turkey), the Northern Levant and the Southern Caucasus is seen in a partial map obtained by Reuters June 1, 2020. An international team of researchers showed populations from Anatolia and the Caucasus started genetically mixing around 6,500 BC and that small migration events from Mesopotamia 4,000 years ago brought further genetic mixture to the region. The orange marker shows the route from Central Asia. DNA from a lone ancient woman revealed proof of long distance migration during the late Bronze age about 4,000 years ago from Central Asia to the Mediterranean Coast. Courtesy of Max Planck-Harvard Research center for the Archaeoscience of the Ancient Mediterranean/Handout via REUTERS Full story

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