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  1. In fact, I believe that Bell Beaker findings are...

    In fact, I believe that Bell Beaker findings are more recently also documented in Corsica, although Corsica is still lacking compared to Sardinia and Tuscany.


    J. Cesari, Découverte d'un tesson...
  2. J2b2-L283 was found in an Etruscan necropolis in...

    J2b2-L283 was found in an Etruscan necropolis in Civitavecchia, so it is Lazio not Tuscany, so it arrived in an area larger than modern Tuscany.

    Hard to tell when J2b2-L283 arrived. J2b2-L283...
  3. Torzio, Corsica is never left out. In texts that...

    Torzio, Corsica is never left out. In texts that reconstruct prehistory is often mentioned.

    In Corsica during the Bronze Age this interesting facies, the Torrean culture, is documented.
    ...
  4. It is very likely that early steppe admixture...

    It is very likely that early steppe admixture arrived in the EBA but perhaps it was only due to sporadic arrivals, and does not imply that the IE language speakers who are later known as...
  5. It is undeniable that between Neolithic and...

    It is undeniable that between Neolithic and Bronze there are many contacts between Sardinia and Tuscany. The access route to Sardinia were the islands of the Tuscan archipelago leading to Corsica and...
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    It can't prove a provenance, it's not based on...

    It can't prove a provenance, it's not based on IBD or ROH segments, it's based on the results on K12b and Crete Armenoi is a low quality sample. At most it suggests a similarity, assuming that K12b...
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    Maciamo, I would not take too literally the...

    Maciamo, I would not take too literally the results of an old calculator whose components are based on modern samples and has been created before the discovery of the various ancestral components...
  8. It's not so difficult to understand, Torzio....

    It's not so difficult to understand, Torzio. Trust me. Is Villanovan R1015 at best a Gallic-Ligurian mix? You're so funny. So are you suggesting that in 900 B.C. in Veio, a well-known Etruscan city...
  9. Proto-Villanovan R1 is Proto-Picene/Proto-Italic....

    Proto-Villanovan R1 is Proto-Picene/Proto-Italic.

    Villanovan R1015 is Etruscan.
  10. Where did the text you posted come from? The text...

    Where did the text you posted come from? The text comes from blogger Carl Quilles, who is not an academic scholar but at most he can be considered a hobbyist. According to his own biography, he has...
  11. Rome was the center of Christianity, it is not so...

    Rome was the center of Christianity, it is not so strange that there were many foreigners. Not only pilgrims, but also friars, priests, bishops etc. from all over Europe and Italy.

    For example,...
  12. Where is the evidence that Proto-Villanovan R1...

    Where is the evidence that Proto-Villanovan R1 sample was born in "Liburnia"?
  13. This is the same working group that discovered...

    This is the same working group that discovered that the copper with which Otzi's axe was made always came from the same mining in southern Tuscany.

    The culture of Rinaldone is considered by some...
  14. Copper to Tuscany – Coals to Newcastle? Dynamics of metalwork exchange in early Italy

    Copper to Tuscany – Coals to Newcastle? The dynamics of metalwork exchange in early Italy

    Andrea Dolfini, Ivana Angelini, Gilberto Artioli
    Published: January 22, 2020
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  15. Well, it's not so close, it's at a distance of 11...

    Well, it's not so close, it's at a distance of 11 from the Corsicans and 15 from the Tuscans. Within a few points (15-16) it has in fact many populations that in a PCA have different positions, even...
  16. Gedmatch results ...

    Gedmatch results

    https://i.imgur.com/LvgQ1pV.jpg

    PCA maps

    https://i.imgur.com/QIlwY69.jpg


    MyHeritage + LivingDna Ethnicity Estimate maps
  17. An analysis to play and have fun, okay. To be...

    An analysis to play and have fun, okay. To be able to do what you would like to do, we would need such a deep knowledge of the Etruscan and Italic world, that obviously we both don't have.

    I...
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    Yes, Greek colonists from Phocaea (Ionia) founded...

    Yes, Greek colonists from Phocaea (Ionia) founded Massalia (modern-day Marseille, in France), Emporion and Rhoda (modern-day Empúries and Roses, in Catalonia, Spain) and Alalia in Corsica. They...
  19. Torzio, what does the earliest mention of...

    Torzio, what does the earliest mention of Illyrian mean? What kind of mention of Illyrian in 1600 BC in Noricum?





    I think this is a different place, not the one where the I3313 sample was...
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    I have nothing to say personally to anyone and I...

    I have nothing to say personally to anyone and I agree with you that we should get back to the subject.
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    At least I have a sense of humor about myself....

    At least I have a sense of humor about myself. You've changed your message, admitting in this way you were wrong.
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    I think Argumentum ad hominem could be avoided,...

    I think Argumentum ad hominem could be avoided, Angela.

    Of course, there is nothing humble in my opinion. I was just sarcastic.
  23. I figured it wasn't your fault. MTA is literally...

    I figured it wasn't your fault. MTA is literally inventing labels.
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    K13 is clearly more reliable and stable than K15....

    K13 is clearly more reliable and stable than K15.

    Ancient Greek samples (Mycenaean) were uploaded to Gedmatch a long time ago and their results have been published several times.

    Why should you...
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    This comparison doesn't make so much sense....

    This comparison doesn't make so much sense. You're comparing the results of the samples in an amateur old tool (K12b) with the study that has analized and released these samples.
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