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  1. That is quite interesting. And it makes a lot of...

    That is quite interesting. And it makes a lot of sense. Could be one of the many factors for the founder effects of IE Y haplogroups.
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    Oh yes friend. I absolutely love her dark...

    Oh yes friend. I absolutely love her dark beautiful eyes! Make me weak at the knees.
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    HAHAH the "hotoid" caught me off guard. We...

    HAHAH the "hotoid" caught me off guard.

    We have similar tastes John. I am in the same boat :P
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    :good_job: Not only is she gorgeous but the way...

    :good_job: Not only is she gorgeous but the way she poses, so cool!
  5. If that is the case. South of the Libyan(African)...

    If that is the case. South of the Libyan(African) desert (Sahara?), would indeed be Ethiopia.
  6. Yeah... I just got really confused now. First...

    Yeah... I just got really confused now.

    First he says they are South of Egypt.

    Then he says:

    "Ethiopians, who inhabit that part of Libya that is on the southern sea. "


    And then:
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    Classify these beauties

    First I want to say that these women are models, and as such usually have a huge team of hairdressers, make up artists, professional photographers, for that matter take it at face value for what it...
  8. If I am not mistaken the timeline is similar to...

    If I am not mistaken the timeline is similar to the OoA event, however Kenya is a bit to mainland Africa for being in the route of the OoA expansion.

    No way to know though, the article makes no...
  9. Earliest known human burial in Africa

    Published: 05 May 2021

    Earliest known human burial in Africa



    María Martinón-Torres,
    Francesco d’Errico,
    […]
    Michael D. Petraglia
  10. Understandable. Glad to see you still around,...

    Understandable. Glad to see you still around, your contributions and knowledge on Anthropology/ History are invaluable to the forum. Also your calm demeanor is a big +.
  11. You might wanna re read the Herodotus quote. It...

    You might wanna re read the Herodotus quote. It does not say what you claim it says. In fact it contradicts your conclusion.
  12. Well it is interesting that the article did not...

    Well it is interesting that the article did not mention anything about smithing, so I guess if you are correct that makes the title misleading.

    I still find it fascinating nonetheless, since it...
  13. That is so evil " In the grade one section,...

    That is so evil " In the grade one section, children are told to compare their skin color to a chart. If they are "darker" than a certain number they are to sit in a color "affiliated" group at lunch...
  14. I mean... I didn't use any ad hominem, not sure...

    I mean... I didn't use any ad hominem, not sure about the Brutus analogy :( .
    Just stated have not encountered it used in relation to humans. Have heard it in regards to dogs, cattle and horses......
  15. Have to agree here. Have only heard "Breeding"...

    Have to agree here. Have only heard "Breeding" used in relation to animals, wildlife, fish and birds.

    https://duckduckgo.com/?q=continental+breeding+populations&atb=v255-1&ia=web
  16. Well I really do not want to be part of this...

    Well I really do not want to be part of this whole thread the way its going.

    So thinking this is relevant, albeit barely fitting the timeline, and possibly missing it by 1000 years. Regarding...
  17. :laughing::laughing: Angela I was gonna mention...

    :laughing::laughing: Angela I was gonna mention the ridiculous E-V13 African clade claims from a couple of years ago while I was reading half way through your comment, glad you beat me to it. Great...
  18. Ancient Native Americans were among the world’s first coppersmiths

    https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2021/03/ancient-native-americans-were-among-world-s-first-coppersmiths

    "Now, a team led by Pompeani presents new evidence for the revised timeline. The researchers...
  19. Not sure what gave you the impression I...

    Not sure what gave you the impression I undermined anything you said? Just stated that people can get really confused, since I don't think anyone would spend that much energy to t-roll.

    Either...
  20. I mean I have seen so much wild stuff in...

    I mean I have seen so much wild stuff in anthropology forums I would not be surprised if he isn't trolling. Probably a bit confused. He is putting a lot of efforts in his posts by looking at it, not...
  21. Is it known or public what is the number of...

    Is it known or public what is the number of individuals analyzed/being analyzed?
  22. No need for apology. I just found it confusing...

    No need for apology. I just found it confusing cause I remembered you were in that thread :laughing::embarassed:.

    I do not know to be honest about V13. For one, Gjergj did not mention it along the...
  23. Bit unfair you attributing this leak to a Serbian...

    Bit unfair you attributing this leak to a Serbian forum when Gjergj posted this 1-2 weeks ago in a thread that you commented yourself.
  24. This might be a dumb question. But does Neolithic...

    This might be a dumb question. But does Neolithic Ukraine have any steppe in it?
  25. These passages resonate with my current worldview...

    These passages resonate with my current worldview of that period on another level. Albeit I am on the Anthony camp on this, and I think these movements didn't only affect the Aegean IE populations ...
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