Sanxingdui civilization origin and Clan Cancong (O2-M117-Z25915)Clan Yufu(D-Z31591),Kaiming(N1B2)Ba kinghdom(C2b-F845)

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The Siba culture spread over a wide range, from Qinghai in Gansu to Hami in Xinjiang. Perhaps after learning how to make bronze, it spread back to Sichuan and gave rise to the Sanxingdui culture. The entire relocation process was without R
The ancient DNA of the Sanxingdui Culture shows that they are the Yellow River people, which shows that the Siba Culture played the role of a middleman
Used bronze to create inner china Lingjiatan culture-style statues
It is possible that the bronze technology was obtained from the Selma-Turbino culture N1a1 (Zhou clan). The DNA tree shows that a CTS5308 branch(A16679)was in the Central Plains. The early Zhou kings were assisted by the bronze civilization in the south. The ancient Shu Kingdom was a pastoralist. One of the allied eight countries

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The Siba culture spread over a wide range, from Qinghai in Gansu to Hami in Xinjiang. Perhaps after learning how to make bronze, it spread back to Sichuan and gave rise to the Sanxingdui culture. The entire relocation process was without R
The ancient DNA of the Sanxingdui Culture shows that they are the Yellow River people, which shows that the Siba Culture played the role of a middleman
Used bronze to create inner china Lingjiatan culture-style statues
It is possible that the bronze technology was obtained from the Selma-Turbino culture N1a1 (Zhou clan). The DNA tree shows that a CTS5308 branch(A16679)was in the Central Plains. The early Zhou kings were assisted by the bronze civilization in the south. The ancient Shu Kingdom was a pastoralist. One of the allied eight countries

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Was Zhou Dynasty N1a1?
 
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shijiahe culture,Later related to Sanxingdui in Sichuan Basin
 
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The Yazhang Knife in Sanxingdui itself is only found in Dawenkou, Longshan, Shijiahe and Culture. Because only this part of the area has such items, it can be basically concluded that Sanxingdui is related to the early migration of the Qiang people O2-M117-CTS5308. Eventually it moved into the Sichuan Basin and gave rise to the Sanxingdui Civilization. Sanxingdui itself is a continuation of some stone culture in the Central Plains, but it was expressed in the form of bronze instead of stone. It is possible that bronze technology was acquired from others along the way.
 
蚕丛氏族为O2-M117-Z25915“迁徙功劳”其他氏族有鱼凫和都鱼,可能属于N1b2和D,是古蜀王国的氏族,每个氏族都有独特的青铜面具特征和发型。有三四个氏族
三星堆常染色体迁徙路径
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Clan yufu is a hunting group, native to Sichuan. They embroider braided hairstyles on their masks. They are different from the Cancong family's topknot. They are D-Z31591
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Due to the simplicity of the source of the ancient Shu people (only 3-4 clans), among the ethnic minorities in Sichuan and Yunnan, there are indeed only these 3-4 ancient specific Y-haplogroup sources.
 
Ba kingdom,was probably C2b-F845,Shu kingdom's neighbour,someone predicted it from TMRCA and origin place,Like I said, basically true, the Southwest is actually not very diverse.
 

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