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A Tale of Two Hypotheses: Genetics and the Ethnogenesis of Ashkenazi Jewry

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Dec 12, 2013

Aram Yardumian

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The debate over the ethnogenesis of Ashkenazi Jewry is longstanding, and has been hampered by a lack of Jewish historiographical work between the Biblical and the early Modern eras. Most historians, as well as geneticists, situate them as the descendants of Israelite tribes whose presen...read more

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A Tale of Two Hypotheses: Genetics and the Ethnogenesis of Ashkenazi Jewry

bioRxiv

Dec 12, 2013

Aram Yardumian

PMID: 990001354

DOI: 10.1101/001354

Abstract

The debate over the ethnogenesis of Ashkenazi Jewry is longstanding, and has been hampered by a lack of Jewish historiographical work between the Biblical and the early Modern eras. Most historians, as well as geneticists, situate them as the descendants of Israelite tribes whose presen...read more

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Migration, Cell
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Southeast
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Ashkenazi Jew, Follower of Religion
Study
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Geneticist
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3
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