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  1. I17884 has 5% coverage and is distant from other...

    I17884 has 5% coverage and is distant from other Greek samples with a minimum distance of 12.

    I was looking for it in G25 database and it was not put there because it has only 5% coverage. There...
  2. ^ 62.40% Himera_409_BC_Battle_Med:I17884 + 37.60%...

    ^ 62.40% Himera_409_BC_Battle_Med:I17884 + 37.60% Himera_Civilian_Pop_Med:I20166
    I17884 is a very low quality sample. And the other one is a high quality Ancient Greek (civilian) sample.
    I was not...
  3. I17784 is low quality sample and I20166 is...

    I17784 is low quality sample and I20166 is ancient Greek. Look at high Caucasus in other charts.


    And there was never replacement just admixture from other regions.
  4. Can you borrow me some of your many throwaway...

    Can you borrow me some of your many throwaway emails, enter_tain? Just in case I need a throwaway email. They take some time to open and I am lazy.

    As for Bithynia, since you asked:
    Bithynia is...
  5. It's a subclade found in Thracians. With the...

    It's a subclade found in Thracians. With the Thracian colonization happening it makes it even a stronger hypothesis. I am not saying that the subclade being Northern Greek is out of question but it's...
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    Another one, enter_tain?

    Another one, enter_tain?
  7. It's a Thracian clade and Nicaea was colonized by...

    It's a Thracian clade and Nicaea was colonized by Thracians too.
  8. Another one, enter_tain?

    Another one, enter_tain?
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    Byzantine Albania was Latinized so I would think...

    Byzantine Albania was Latinized so I would think that E-V13 was brought by proto-Albanians as it is not there.
  10. Albanians obviously have significant non-Illyrian...

    Albanians obviously have significant non-Illyrian ancestry associated with E-V13. Percentages are up for discussion.

    However, those, models are obviously subjective and not very meaningful.
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    Probably a mixed individual.

    Probably a mixed individual.
  12. Am I the only one who support a Slavic origin for...

    Am I the only one who support a Slavic origin for the bulk of E-V13 in Peloponnese?
  13. Huh, modern Lebanese seem to be fairly close to...

    Huh, modern Lebanese seem to be fairly close to Iron Age Levantines. Coincidence?
    https://i.imgur.com/L6Lchtm.png
  14. J1 is around 25% in Lebanese who are among the...

    J1 is around 25% in Lebanese who are among the purest Levantine population out there.
    Personally when modelling Imperial Romans I prefer something more distant than Western Anatolia like Eastern...
  15. It's crazy how Empuries fits right in the middle...

    It's crazy how Empuries fits right in the middle of the cluster nearly 100% identical with the average. Very good luck that scientists got those 2 samples pretty early.
    Some Mycenaeans seem even...
  16. Greeks in Italy seem to be more "conservative"...

    Greeks in Italy seem to be more "conservative" genetically in comparison with Carthaginians. The bulk of the samples seem to be fully Greek and a proportion seems to be in between Sicanians.

    It's...
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    You want E-V13 to be a merely founder effect...

    You want E-V13 to be a merely founder effect result in Albanians and perhaps in most other Europeans too, we get it. But this East-Med Roman hypothesis is not gonna work for you. Find something else.
  18. Look at the orange mark I made. I said they are...

    Look at the orange mark I made.
    I said they are not radically different not necessarily very similar. But some of them are pretty similar though. I am not sure if those individuals in the orange...
  19. Sicanians are not radically different from...

    Sicanians are not radically different from Classical Greeks. And some Classical Greeks were naturally more Minoan-like/Anatolia Neolithic than the rest. So it's hard to tell if those samples that are...
  20. I think the natives of Calabria will be high in G...

    I think the natives of Calabria will be high in G too and form a tail from Sicilians to Italic Campanians and Duanians which are more Latin-like compared to Sicanians. I believe most G in Italy is...
  21. I see 8 Himera civilians in the PCA while there...

    I see 8 Himera civilians in the PCA while there are 12 in the chart of the paper. Am I missing something or is there an error?
  22. Excuse me. I misread that years ago. Zancle was...

    Excuse me. I misread that years ago. Zancle was renamed Messina by Anaxilas in 5th century BCE. The Roman colonization of Messina happened in 3th BCE. I misread years ago that it was the Romans who...
  23. Zancle was destroyed by Romans, had all or most...

    Zancle was destroyed by Romans, had all or most of it's male population genocided. And was renamed Messina following the conquest.
  24. Angela also told me all four Classical Greeks in...

    Angela also told me all four Classical Greeks in Spain were J. Probably J2a.
  25. Surprisingly the Y-DNA is more evenly...

    Surprisingly the Y-DNA is more evenly distributed. I was expecting J2a to stomp other lines with around 50%. Again maybe sample size. R1b and G could've been increased by Native Italians.

    EDIT:...
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