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    Diaspora Italians, along with foreigners who come...

    Diaspora Italians, along with foreigners who come to Italy and eat only pizza and pasta, another cliche, don't have a full understanding of Italian culture or they'd know that we eat snails as well....
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    I didn't remember banning anyone under that name....

    I didn't remember banning anyone under that name.

    Apparently, I banned another one of your sock accounts.

    The rules should be clear, even to a Romanian crazy, that you cannot use sock accounts...
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    Since I said it, I'll answer, if Jovialis and you...

    Since I said it, I'll answer, if Jovialis and you don't object. :)

    That's exactly what I think, and I agree with your conclusion.

    I had forgotten about that graphic, and I'm very glad Jovialis...
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    The CHG/Iran Neo like ancestry from the steppe is...

    The CHG/Iran Neo like ancestry from the steppe is indeed included in the steppe number.

    What we're, and the paper, are talking about is a separate flow of genes ultimately from the Caucasus,...
  5. I think the jury is out on EDAR as to whether it...

    I think the jury is out on EDAR as to whether it is just old, or indeed if that's what the anthropologists who examined Mal'ta were seeing.

    However, there was EDAR in Scandinavian...
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    @KingJohn, I can't seem to find the post where...

    @KingJohn,

    I can't seem to find the post where you accused me of having a problem with Italians or Southern Europeans in general having Levante like/Semitic ancestry, and I don't want to let that...
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    Yes, but it decreases in the Copper Age, so I...

    Yes, but it decreases in the Copper Age, so I don't know how much would have survived in Northern/Central Italy. (I don't recall them saying it was all from the Neolithic, but maybe I missed it...
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    Good information, thanks. As to the first...

    Good information, thanks. As to the first speculation, that may indeed me the case.

    As to the second, is it possible that some got picked up later in the Balkans or perhaps, say, Hungary?

    With...
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    I didn't "block" you, whatever you mean by that,...

    I didn't "block" you, whatever you mean by that, or at least I don't recall it. Plus, my policy has been, continues to be, and will be that I give infractions only if the user is insulting other...
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    Sorry, Paschalis, I just saw your post. After...

    Sorry, Paschalis, I just saw your post.

    After you log into your account, go to ancestry, and then look at your ancient samples, there will be a number after the information (in blue on my...
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    Anyone who "assumes" that Levantine ancestry only...

    Anyone who "assumes" that Levantine ancestry only started arriving in Iberia after the Romans took over doesn't know very much about Iberia's history.

    As I said, perhaps you should re-read my...
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    Indeed you are, and to Tuscans to some extent;...

    Indeed you are, and to Tuscans to some extent; all the genetic analyses agree with that.

    Isolated populations experience drift, with some minority alleles or slivers of ancestry drifting out of...
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    You're making quite a leap there which is not at...

    You're making quite a leap there which is not at all supported by the facts.

    Yes, there's a bit of Levant there. So what?

    There was African y and mtDna (by way of North Africa) in Iberia...
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    I've never been able to find anything on where he...

    I've never been able to find anything on where he raised the troops for the Legio Equestris. From what I can tell, he didn't trust certain of his Gallic allies. Whether it was formed partly from...
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    I heard you the first time, but didn't think it...

    I heard you the first time, but didn't think it worthwhile responding.

    If it is indeed there, I don't know why, with all the Carthaginians around, it would need to have been brought by Romans.
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    Indeed. Let's do the analysis! :)

    Indeed. Let's do the analysis! :)
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    One of the amusing things about the graphic is...

    One of the amusing things about the graphic is that Sicilians get less than Spaniards (or North Italians). Do you remember the unlamented Spanish Stormfront Nordicists from a few years ago who used...
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    Thank-you, cousin. :)

    Thank-you, cousin. :)
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    Does anyone have a complete list of the samples...

    Does anyone have a complete list of the samples from this paper which are in what the authors call the Near Eastern cluster?

    I've pulled some sample numbers from the PCA, and my husband, who...
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    It's a whole different way of looking at European...

    It's a whole different way of looking at European ethnicities, isn't it?

    What strikes me the most is that the differences between countries in central and western Europe, including Germany and...
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    As to sample 850 (650 BC), it seems to be, as I...

    As to sample 850 (650 BC), it seems to be, as I said, a Neolithic line in Europe. The mtDna is found in Central Europe and Iran. The paper finds it to be half local Copper Age, and half...
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    That makes absolutely no sense, and I'm...

    That makes absolutely no sense, and I'm restraining myself in responding. Perhaps you should get glasses or learn how to comprehend maps. To begin with, the first map is from Woodward et al. So, get...
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    I looked at this graphic again. The...

    I looked at this graphic again. The Proto-Villanovan is the connection for me. All of my highest matches are on there circling that one Bronze Age sample.

    1. Central Roman (590 AD) ..... 3.568 -...
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    Dedicated to my husband: good days and bad...

    Dedicated to my husband: good days and bad days...all of them.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnWWj6xOleY
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    I don't think that R1a is "Slavic" R1a.

    I don't think that R1a is "Slavic" R1a.
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