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  1. Heavy is in reference to the range Mycenaeans...

    Heavy is in reference to the range Mycenaeans display: it ranged between 20-0% (safe some outliers that had 30% as the armenoi sample), so to refer to those samples that are skewed towards the end...
  2. What is interesting is the positions of the low...

    What is interesting is the positions of the low steppe Mycenaean samples: they range precisely from Minoans to those three samples thought to be western Anatolians, and the rest are pulled towards...
  3. The ones on Anthrogenica says the exact opposite,...

    The ones on Anthrogenica says the exact opposite, and indeed some of them have been credited in the paper as the ones that have come up with the idea to check whether the AJ communities in Germany...
  4. Genetic shift in Crete linked to the Mycenaean conquest

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTqGXZksFZw&t=2065s
    Extremely interesting. The part about the genetic shift in Crete starts at around 33 minute mark
  5. The paper about Himera had the Himera 1 group...

    The paper about Himera had the Himera 1 group modelled as 80% Greece_LBA and 20% Balkan_IA (or BA, I can't recall now), because I presume that "Greece_LBA" is the average of the various Mycenaean...
  6. It is really doubtful that higher steppe in...

    It is really doubtful that higher steppe in Greece correlates with higher rates of blondism, since it does correlate in the rest of Europe because steppe ancestry correlates with bell beaker...
  7. Why some people are surprised that early...

    Why some people are surprised that early proto-greeks were steppe heavy is something that escape me, since it is to be expected that the first IE arrivals would have had higher steppe ancestry than...
  8. I've read on Anthrogenica that the data collected...

    I've read on Anthrogenica that the data collected by that fake Italian of Principe shows that Sicilians have Levantine Y haplos at significant amounts: I hate this idea that somehow data "collected"...
  9. It is in the supplementaries of the paper on...

    It is in the supplementaries of the paper on Himera, pag 17.
  10. Ancient Greeks were around 20% Steppe, and Latins...

    Ancient Greeks were around 20% Steppe, and Latins around 25-30%: not a lot of difference.
    https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/1008005877627899955/1026615709880557588/unknown.png
  11. It is a dogma that southern Italians allegedly...

    It is a dogma that southern Italians allegedly are the only exception in Europe insofar they have, according to them, very little ancestry from the previous millennia, no matter what actual science...
  12. To be fair Er Monnezza has been banned so I doubt...

    To be fair Er Monnezza has been banned so I doubt they can come here to tell you, and they would also add that it would require also a very conspicuous gene flow from northern Europe, or another very...
  13. Since I've read on Anthrogenica that someone...

    Since I've read on Anthrogenica that someone while speaking evidently of Eupedia referred to a "hysterical madwoman", I do not feel the need to be particularly diplomatic when I'll comment on the...
  14. Because it is a dogma that south Italians have...

    Because it is a dogma that south Italians have levantine even though the genetic literature says nothing about it and actually doesn't support it; whether future studies will find trace levels is a...
  15. Could you try Cetina to see how the model behaves?

    Could you try Cetina to see how the model behaves?
  16. As far as the evidence goes the neolithic...

    As far as the evidence goes the neolithic substratum in south Italy wasn't Minoan-like (though in central Italy it was already Peloponnesian_N-like), but some minoan-like
    input arrived during the...
  17. I believe that "Oscans" and "Lucanians", at least...

    I believe that "Oscans" and "Lucanians", at least at the beginning, were genetically similar to Latins, but they were the latest arrivals in southern Italy, since before them Greeks invaded the lands...
  18. @Er Monnezza 1) The link I posted unambiguously...

    @Er Monnezza
    1) The link I posted unambiguously stated that "the medieval Roman dialect belonged to the southern family of Italian dialects", you say that "it has very southern features, but I think...
  19. @Er Monnezza 1) the wikipedia page (which...

    @Er Monnezza


    1) the wikipedia page (which just reports what is said in the sources linked) says clearly that the language spoken around Rome belonged to the southern group, hence it was NOT part...
  20. 1)Do you even read what I post? The...

    1)Do you even read what I post? The dialect/language spoken in Rome during the (at least early) middle ages was part of the Neapolitan branch, unless you know more than Italian scholars on it...
  21. https://www.science.org/cms/10.1126/science.aay682...

    https://www.science.org/cms/10.1126/science.aay6826/asset/a44162b4-1dce-4143-ac2f-d79c5ec4ade9/assets/graphic/366_708_f3.jpeg

    1) The bulk of Medieval Romans cluster with deep southern Italians,...
  22. 13574 (it didn't allow me to post the image in...

    13574
    (it didn't allow me to post the image in the previous post)
  23. What makes you say confidently that "that signal...

    What makes you say confidently that "that signal is there and remains in our genetics"? As far as I see, there is no such signal; this new methodology detects Levant_N ancestry across all Europe...
  24. The bit about Minoans isn't my theory but I've...

    The bit about Minoans isn't my theory but I've seen the models on this paper (...
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