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  1. Stuvane's closest match, an EMA Etruscan: ...

    Stuvane's closest match, an EMA Etruscan:


    Distance to:
    C.Italy_Early.Medieval:Chiusi(Siena_Tuscany)775-945CE:ETR007


    3.59398108
    Albanian_Kosovo
  2. It's called transparency, which many people in...

    It's called transparency, which many people in this "hobby" don't practice, but which the academics, at least, have to provide, so you can see where they went wrong.
  3. The young dancer with the beard is one of the...

    The young dancer with the beard is one of the best pizzica dancers I've ever seen; absolutely precise, nimble, and an incredible sense of rhythm along with amazing grace. I always really enjoy videos...
  4. Very interesting. The ABA would have gone into...

    Very interesting. The ABA would have gone into the Minoans as well.

    Can't wait to see if Reich or someone has Bronze Age Southern Italian samples which look "Minoan like", or if the ABA came...
  5. Thread: "WOKE" America

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    They'd go into a home over my dead body. When my...

    They'd go into a home over my dead body. When my mother was dying from a primary brain tumor, my father managed her care, arranging for nurse's aides who came for 2 or 3 hours a day and were paid for...
  6. Iosif Lazardis made an interesting comment about...

    Iosif Lazardis made an interesting comment about the LP "sweep" and there was a discussion with Mark Thomas and others.

    This is a very interesting paper that adds much new information on the...
  7. Thread: "WOKE" America

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    It still is to some extent, and certainly was...

    It still is to some extent, and certainly was when my father brought us here. He was already in his late thirties, didn't speak a word of English, had no university degrees, and arrived with a few...
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    The steppe itself was not conducive to farming....

    The steppe itself was not conducive to farming. Some steppe people tried it, but it really only worked right around the rivers. There was no large scale farming on the steppe, just herding of...
  9. Thanks to Jovialis and Pax and Salento: My...

    Thanks to Jovialis and Pax and Salento:

    My results using the complete set of Etruscan samples: B.C., Imperial and EMA as presented here.


    Distance to:
    Angela


    5.15410516
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    To the readers of this thread: As to the...

    To the readers of this thread:

    As to the complaints about discussions of pigmentation, those discussions are almost always started or returned to again and again by Northern or Eastern Europeans....
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    I would suggest you go back and re-read David...

    I would suggest you go back and re-read David Anthony, or any of the many papers on "Indo-European" culture for a refresher course on the emphasis put on war and conquest in that culture. Violent...
  12. O.K., but I think the samples that were...

    O.K., but I think the samples that were specifically labelled as being from Monterozzi are different from the ones in the list Jovialis just posted. I know that because while I get a distance of 5 to...
  13. The Tarquinia-Monterozzi ones are missing, yes?

    The Tarquinia-Monterozzi ones are missing, yes?
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    You're probably aware of it, but that was an...

    You're probably aware of it, but that was an allusion to Augustine writing as the Vandals surrounded his city. As I already said, I have some of that "Barbarian" blood too.






    It should be...
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    Silesian, this post makes absolutely NO SENSE....

    Silesian, this post makes absolutely NO SENSE. Are you quite all right?
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    Excellent post. Sorry I'm out of juice. :)

    Excellent post. Sorry I'm out of juice. :)
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    ^^To each their own: summers where it rarely goes...

    ^^To each their own: summers where it rarely goes above 55 degrees Fahrenheit is not what I would consider ideal.

    The climate in San Diego is pretty ideal imo, but you have to be brain dead to...
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    Sorry, I don't understand. Last I heard, the...

    Sorry, I don't understand.

    Last I heard, the sex of the child is determined by the mother's alleles, not the father's.

    Second, I don't understand how the second sentence is related to the...
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    First of all, I have a news flash for you:...

    First of all, I have a news flash for you: Cucuteni-Trypillia culture was a European Neolithic farmer society, whose people were genetically about 75% Anatolia Neolithic and 25% WHG. Nothing steppe...
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    I recommend that you pick up and read some...

    I recommend that you pick up and read some history books and not rely on idiot you tube videos.
    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/71/b1/7a/71b17a57edba856f1a92a4f5bcd8e075.jpg
    The state of the city...
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    So that's the way the "logic" is going to go now?...

    So that's the way the "logic" is going to go now? If the urheimat of the Indo-European languages is in a corner of Anatolia, and they carried a form of R1b, and/or later on a branch of R1b came back...
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    Are you sure you're on the right site? Aryans?...

    Are you sure you're on the right site? Aryans? That is racist bilge talk. Plus, haven't you heard that the Nazis got it all wrong using that word? It has nothing to do with Europe in the first place.
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    It is quite amazing to me that people treat...

    It is quite amazing to me that people treat obvious myths as if they're historical fact. My favorite such case is the one where the kings of France claimed descent from Jesus Christ through Mary...
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    Sorry, but the first bolded comment is so broad a...

    Sorry, but the first bolded comment is so broad a generalization and such an overstatement that to address it adequately would take pages of examples and citations. This is not the thread for it.
    ...
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    Sorry, thought better of it.

    Sorry, thought better of it.
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