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    While the two groups did overlap for a long time...

    While the two groups did overlap for a long time in some areas, we have to consider the possibility that there were matings that not produced successful offspring who just don't happen to be...
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    Check out: http://www.gjenetika.com/statistikat/.

    Check out: http://www.gjenetika.com/statistikat/.
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    Hi Adrian. There is nothing strange with this...

    Hi Adrian. There is nothing strange with this result. Actually there are quite a few men in the Balkans who belong to the I1 Haplogroup, and certain areas have more than others. The most likely...
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    A sample from 11-12th cent. Puglia, Italy, is...

    A sample from 11-12th cent. Puglia, Italy, is autosomally ~90% southern European and belongs to Y-haplogroup R1b-Z2103>Z2108/Z2109.
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    The E-V13 one has non-scandinavian autosomal...

    The E-V13 one has non-scandinavian autosomal results. It is very likely from further south.
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    Yes, but without a full autosomal record of all...

    Yes, but without a full autosomal record of all the populations that have existed in the surrounding region from the time in question until today, it is impossible to confidently determine which...
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    All I said is PCA proximity cannot necessarily...

    All I said is PCA proximity cannot necessarily shared ancestry, which is true. I did not oppose or back any views on the relationship between Ashkenazi Jews and South Europeans. However, making...
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    I was responding to Joker's remark on the...

    I was responding to Joker's remark on the "Greek-like cline", the only PCA reference in the last comments.
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    Being on the same spot in PCA doesn't mean shared...

    Being on the same spot in PCA doesn't mean shared ancestry. One can be half-French and half-Iranian and be close to Greeks on PCA, which does not mean Greek ancestry.
  10. Don't take this study too seriously. There are no...

    Don't take this study too seriously. There are no new samples and most populations it deals with are only represented by unjustified proxies (for example, they use modern Croatians to represent...
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    That is hilarious. Even with so much free...

    That is hilarious.

    Even with so much free information online proving the opposite, there are still people trying to spread such lies.
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    You only have one Y-haplogroup. What is your...

    You only have one Y-haplogroup.

    What is your paternal haplogroup on 23andme?
  13. The Neanderthal & Denisovan samples we have are...

    The Neanderthal & Denisovan samples we have are still very few. It is possible that they have only captured a fraction of genomic diveristy within and between these species.
  14. While we are waiting on some new data, here are...

    While we are waiting on some new data, here are the PCAs from the paper that compared Griko speakers from Puglia and Sicily with Italians, Albanians and Greeks of different regions.

    Btw, the...
  15. Thank you for clarifying. That much has been...

    Thank you for clarifying. That much has been clear for a while too.
  16. What is being turned on it's head in this case?

    What is being turned on it's head in this case?
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    So far, he isn’t.

    So far, he isn’t.
  18. Nothing unexpected from a comparison that leaves...

    Nothing unexpected from a comparison that leaves out all the rest of the Balkans. Of course Greeks are similar to Sicilians on a European level.

    In any case, we should wait for the Italy paper...
  19. There are three samples being widely used...

    There are three samples being widely used already. One is all from Thessaloniki, the other from Crete and there is a third sample which is from a data bank and cannot be traced to any particular...
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    Yes, that was me. They were not SNP-confirmed as...

    Yes, that was me. They were not SNP-confirmed as R-L1029 though, so it is just a possibility for now.
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    You mean the Lazaridis paper here:...

    You mean the Lazaridis paper here: https://www.nature.com/articles/nature23310? Where does it say that? Can you provide a quote that can be found on the paper?
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    There are 2 Geghs actually: 1 in Boattini and 1...

    There are 2 Geghs actually: 1 in Boattini and 1 in Ferri. And there is one more unspecified Albanian in this cluster in Bosch.
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    Autosomal PCA plots don't mean much unless you...

    Autosomal PCA plots don't mean much unless you have a very detailed record of ALL the populations that lived in a region and all around it at different moments in time. This is why authors are so...
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    There are no Tosk Dibra cluster results in the...

    There are no Tosk Dibra cluster results in the project so far, but there are 2 Tosks from two studies that fall in that cluster. There is ALB371fta from Boattini et al and ht147 from Ferri et al....
  25. Is there a version of the PCA where modern...

    Is there a version of the PCA where modern samples are not grouped into regions? Even without the ancient data, it is already interesting to see the various Italian, Greek and Albanian clusters.
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