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  1. Poll: 188 cm and G2a

    188 cm and G2a
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    Was the influx of Iranian-like CHG (caucasian...

    Was the influx of Iranian-like CHG (caucasian hunter gatherer) across Anatolia into Greece & Southern Italy during the EBA (early bronze age) already admixed with Yamnaya or was it somehow more...
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    Late Roman Empire? Do we have any evidence to...

    Late Roman Empire? Do we have any evidence to support this? I was under the impression that the South of Italy was more or less "genetically complete" after the Greek migrations of the Magna...
  4. I cannot comment on whether Quiles has an illicit...

    I cannot comment on whether Quiles has an illicit agenda. I am simply intrigued that G2a-Z1903 samples from the Chalcolithic and EBA were found to have no Steppe ancestry in three different studies:...
  5. From page 208 of Game of Clans, by Carlos Quiles...

    From page 208 of Game of Clans, by Carlos Quiles ---> "Three Baden samples (ca. 3600-2850 BC) show no contribution of Steppe ancestry (Lipson et al 2017), with one hg. G2a2b2a1a1c1a-Z1903 (formed ca....
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    Are people here familiar with Game of Clans by...

    Are people here familiar with Game of Clans by Carlos Quiles? I stumbled upon a PDF copy of it last night, prompted by a remark made by Markod on the Ancient Sicily-Sardinia-Balearic thread.
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  7. This is from the Ancient Iberia thread, but...

    This is from the Ancient Iberia thread, but relevant to my question
  8. I am not sure if I understand Markod correctly,...

    I am not sure if I understand Markod correctly, but this sounds like G2a-Z1903 travelled to Sicily independently of the R1b steppe-derived populations. Or if the two groups did move in tandem, up...
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    For what it is worth, most of the top French...

    For what it is worth, most of the top French chefs in NYC are from the SW, Gascony and the Basque Country. And Duck in its various parts & guises is absolutely key.
  10. Pip was banned ???!!! I will be the first to...

    Pip was banned ???!!!

    I will be the first to admit that 75% of the comments on Eupedia are over my head, but still, I found him to be a brilliant (if rather contrarian) contributor. And as can be...
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    Angela -- The 2% Eastern Africa result is from...

    Angela -- The 2% Eastern Africa result is from Geno 2.0, not Ancestry.com -----> My view is that if this were a recent & singular admixture event, then it would have been caught by Ancestry (parents...
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    My understanding is that Ancestry.com goes back...

    My understanding is that Ancestry.com goes back roughly 8 generations, whereas Geno 2.0 determines your "deep ancestry" from 500 years ago to 10,000 years ago, which is an awfully long window of...
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    My Ancestry.com results, which I received less...

    My Ancestry.com results, which I received less than a month ago, are significantly different than what I received via Geno 2.0 two years ago ---->

    Italy 49%
    Ireland & Scotland 39% -----> specific...
  14. I agree with Angela about not meddling with...

    I agree with Angela about not meddling with ancient grape varietals. Plus, the author seems rather keen on use of chemicals & pesticides. Where has he been past 20 years? At my restaurant, all...
  15. My impression from this thread is that the Romans...

    My impression from this thread is that the Romans looked like Northern Italians genetically (or is it a 60/40 split?). As a Calabrese, my bias is of course for the Southern Italians :) -- I am...
  16. As a passive reader of this thread, I hope it...

    As a passive reader of this thread, I hope it doesn't get derailed by that Moots quotation ----> maybe it should be made the basis for another thread, with attendant political controversy
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    Angela, Thank you for the recommendations. It...

    Angela, Thank you for the recommendations. It seems I already have "The Beginnings of Rome," by T.J. Cornell, on my shelves, but alas, have not read it. Clearly need to put it on the shortlist.
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    I have been following the Population Structure in...

    I have been following the Population Structure in Italy thread with much interest, and took note of Angela's mention of "Carthage Must Be Destroyed." But what are the best books in English on Italy...
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    Poll: UBI is the tip of the iceberg, lots of perils,...

    UBI is the tip of the iceberg, lots of perils, but it opens up lots of questions

    The 2020's will be a very rocky decade. I am taking legal action to claim Italian citizenship just to hedge my...
  20. Don't worry, I will eventually post on the...

    Don't worry, I will eventually post on the Italian diaspora thread. But in NYC, there are literally people from everywhere. So yes, I have in fact dated a few Georgian women. And they are...
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    Poll: Andrew Yang 2020 ...

    Andrew Yang 2020

    https://www.yang2020.com/what-is-ubi/
  22. As a half-Italian American, I must say I have...

    As a half-Italian American, I must say I have always had a weakness for Georgian women
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    Could you please summarize Musti's arguments

    Could you please summarize Musti's arguments
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    As a scientific illiterate, and therefore not at...

    As a scientific illiterate, and therefore not at all qualified to pronounce on these matters, I must say that I am most "skeptical" of autosomal findings. Y haplogroups and mtDNA are for me "hard"...
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    That would be fascinating indeed -- but I expect...

    That would be fascinating indeed -- but I expect that we are at least a decade away from being able to differentiate among the various DNA signatures of Italic tribes
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