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    Salento: Good deal, that was an informative...

    Salento: Good deal, that was an informative article Angela posted. There was another article that came out with the Fast Twitch Gene (ACTN3), I was TT on that one, which means non Elite speed...
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    Angela: Good informative post, I just checked SNP...

    Angela: Good informative post, I just checked SNP Rs34536443 and I am GG. Thanks for the cite to the article.

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    Nice work Maciamo and Jovialis: Thanks Duarte for...

    Nice work Maciamo and Jovialis: Thanks Duarte for sharing your results: My top 25 distances (gradiant 50) for modern using Dodecad K12 (Vahaduo): Dodecad K7 has the Ancient Roman samples by Cluster...
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    My take on this is that people want to deal with...

    My take on this is that people want to deal with facts and try to stay with that the Academic research indicates with respect to DNA and genetic relationships. I use all these amateur calculators...
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    Jovialis/King John: I went to the K13 Eurogenes...

    Jovialis/King John: I went to the K13 Eurogenes on Vahaduo, which has really added lots of samples to that K13 Ancient Spreadsheet. I just ran my K13 coordinates against the ancient Levant and North...
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    Duarte/Salento/Jovialis: How is everyone? I was...

    Duarte/Salento/Jovialis: How is everyone? I was fortunate to get my first COVID-19 shot (Pfizer version). My wife is a school teacher so they were on the list and she called and mentioned what I do...
  7. Sticky: Maciamo: I agree, bought it back in December. I...

    Maciamo: I agree, bought it back in December. I have been very happy with the product.
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    Torzio: Here is an article that focused...

    Torzio: Here is an article that focused specifically on the Sidon Samples. I have not read this paper but I think I will check it out. A quick read of the abstract indicates that the ancient Greeks...
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    Torzio: I really don't know about the genetic...

    Torzio: I really don't know about the genetic affinity of those Sidon samples. I need to go find the paper that analyzed them. All I am suggesting is that they can provide a reasonable proxy for the...
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    Torzio: I think the Egyptians sent trading...

    Torzio: I think the Egyptians sent trading merchants to that area around 1,500 BC and that is when their were contacts between Ancient Egyptians at that time and the ancient Phoenicians and thus...
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    Angela: Great find. So in Ancient Malta they were...

    Angela: Great find. So in Ancient Malta they were eating cereal and Milk and using ricotta type cheese:good_job: Good for them and it seems also similar grains in Sicily. Very nice. So when I ate...
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    Torzio: Eurogenes K13 has the ancient Sidon...

    Torzio: Eurogenes K13 has the ancient Sidon Samples which are from what would be the Phoenician era are close to it. These samples are from about 1700 BC or 3,700 years ago. So I think these samples...
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    KingJohn/Leopoldo: First off, I agree with what...

    KingJohn/Leopoldo: First off, I agree with what Leopoldo is saying and I agree, not to put words in Leopoldo's mouth, that much of what is driving this particular thread is who claims the Myceneans,...
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    KingJohn: I am going through other calculators. I...

    KingJohn: I am going through other calculators. I think the updated K13 at vahadou has the Roman Gladiator from the Levant (in K13 referred to as sample 3TD26_England_Roman_MiddleEast). So running my...
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    KingJohn: I agree there is some Levant ancestry...

    KingJohn: I agree there is some Levant ancestry that is in Sicily, as well as other places in Italy, but it largely is part of the Anatolian Farmers. Feldman et al 2019 I think provided evidence of...
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    Leopoldo: Thanks for the post and Angela same to...

    Leopoldo: Thanks for the post and Angela same to you. With respect to this "pee pee" match between Albanians and Greeks and the Myceneans, I am not now, as in the past, going to get into this....
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    My take away from this paper (and I think the...

    My take away from this paper (and I think the point of the paper) is that some signal from Anatolia, closely related to the Later Neolithic Anatolian Farmers, and somewhat related to CHG, entered...
  18. The Philistines typically are dated from 12th...

    The Philistines typically are dated from 12th century before Christ to around 600 BC. The Neolithic Farmers are way older and while you are correct, the Anatolian Farmers were not 100% from the local...
  19. bicicleur2: Glad you posted this. Very...

    bicicleur2: Glad you posted this. Very interesting. I went to https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.02.19.431761v1 and some of the authors are providing some takeways, one of which it shows a...
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    Congrats on getting the first shot. I am not on...

    Congrats on getting the first shot. I am not on the list yet. My parents both in their later 70's both got it, no problems for them. I think one got the Moderna version, the other the Pfizer one.
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    Jovialis/Angela: I was on a more political forum...

    Jovialis/Angela: I was on a more political forum and the issue of the COVID-19 vaccine and potential travel restrictions came up. I am a Political Independent with Conservative/Libertarian views on...
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    Angela: First Friday of Lent and this picture...

    Angela: First Friday of Lent and this picture Monica Belluci is got me mea culpa mea culpa! As an additional note, I must say to me she looks absolutely stunning.
  23. Torzio: I clearly stated that West Eurasian...

    Torzio: I clearly stated that West Eurasian populations include the Western Hunter gathers (WHG), the Eastern Hunter Gathers (EHG), Caucus Hunter Gathers (CHG), Anatolian Farmers, Iran_Neolithic, and...
  24. torzio: The Study referred to West Eurasian...

    torzio: The Study referred to West Eurasian ancestry Bronze Age ancestry that is related/associated with the populations that diverged from the Base West Eurasian Cluster, i.e., WHG, EHG, CHG,...
  25. Torzio: Lower Nubia was the area just pass the...

    Torzio: Lower Nubia was the area just pass the First Cataract of the Nile River, which was the border between ancient Egypt and Nubia. That border back then is not much different than the modern...
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