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  1. The answer is yes. It is somewhat an obsession...

    The answer is yes. It is somewhat an obsession with Southern Italians but it also points to something much deeper in certain segments of American Nordicist/Aryan type movements; a strong anti Jewish...
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    Sticky: Duarte: Thanks for the coordinates for the K9...

    Duarte: Thanks for the coordinates for the K9 model you ran. I used those for the source data and got the results below. Seem plausible. Jovialis K8 model is included below and I think the...
  3. Well in my view, that is a potential flaw in the...

    Well in my view, that is a potential flaw in the sample collection methods used if birth and/or baptismal certificates are not asked for.
  4. Leopoldo: Thanks for the note. Here is what I...

    Leopoldo: Thanks for the note. Here is what I don't quite understand. I have been able to go back to Sicily and get birth, marriage and death certificates dating back to the early 1800's both...
  5. Thanks Angela. Just a friendly suggestion, did...

    Thanks Angela. Just a friendly suggestion, did you adjust your gradient when you ran the Oracle program. I just set mine to 100 to clear up the resolution. It works on my computer like a charm.
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  6. Salento: My results for Western Balkans Samples...

    Salento: My results for Western Balkans Samples (Post 860). Excellent work again.



    Distance to:
    PalermoTrapani_ANCESTRY


    12.79894136
    Kosovo1
  7. Angela if you don't mind me asking, what are the...

    Angela if you don't mind me asking, what are the ranges of those distances, from my screen looks like 11 to about 16/18, etc.
  8. Salento and Jovialis: Here are my distances for...

    Salento and Jovialis: Here are my distances for the new samples (I included all 35). I get close distances from samples all over Sicily and from Abruzzo as well. What is also interesting is that I...
  9. Salento: Buona Domenica. Great work again. I...

    Salento: Buona Domenica. Great work again. I quickly took the coordinates from your post #946 and combined them with the earlier version of the modern Italian samples. I kept only the samples from...
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    You have your position on the subject fair...

    You have your position on the subject fair enough. I appreciate the clarification. Since you made your position in a post in response to one I made, I was not sure the exact context of your post. So...
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    You are misrepresenting what I said. I clearly...

    You are misrepresenting what I said. I clearly stated the study of where the Proto-Indo-European Language Homeland is and the Spread of Steppe ancestry which resulted in the spread of Indo-European...
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    Thanks. I checked out the lawtubers, some of...

    Thanks. I checked out the lawtubers, some of those attorneys I have become familiar with on Rekieta Law which was a very good site and on the mark regarding the Kyle Rittenberg trial, where I first...
  13. No problem Jovialis. Razib already has it up on...

    No problem Jovialis. Razib already has it up on his blog and I saw you made a comment over there pointing out the paper's findings are in line with the Antonio et al 2019 paper. Are any of those...
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    Riverman: RE post 228. Thanks for the...

    Riverman: RE post 228. Thanks for the transparency in stating what you think clearly. Ok, so my question is do you think the 4 Myceneans in the Lazaradis et al 2014 paper harboring only 4% to 16%...
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    Angela: Since your post 227 followed mine in 226,...

    Angela: Since your post 227 followed mine in 226, just for transparency, my post 226 should be seen in context 221, which responded with some comments and question in my post 222, and then in...
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    Ok, so if I have your hypothesis correct, the...

    Ok, so if I have your hypothesis correct, the Proto-Greeks you are referring to would be the ones who brought in Indo European languages which the Greek language derived from. Is that correct?
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    The City of Mycenae predates the Bronze Age. The...

    The City of Mycenae predates the Bronze Age. The city was founded during the Neolithic period. Mycenean civilization becomes dominate in the period you stated (1700 BC to 1300 BC, when it peaked). So...
  18. The Raveane et al 2022 "Assessing temporal and...

    The Raveane et al 2022 "Assessing temporal and geographic contacts across the Adriatic Sea through the analysis of genome-wide data from Southern Italy" is now published in the journal Genomics
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    blevins: That is a different question which is...

    blevins: That is a different question which is more of trying to answer the homeland for PIE, i.e. where did the original PIE speakers come from and how did IE language spread. That is an interesting...
  20. Ok, so Altamura is near Bari (Central Puglia),...

    Ok, so Altamura is near Bari (Central Puglia), your family comes from further South in Puglia. The Paglicci cave is in the Northern. So any trip there would require several days at minimum at least....
  21. Yes, you are correct, very long South to North....

    Yes, you are correct, very long South to North. So your family is a good ways away from Altamura. If you happen to make it there, let me know what you think, I would like to visit the park/museum...
  22. Congrats Salento. How far are your relatives from...

    Congrats Salento. How far are your relatives from Altamura and the Park there? I may have asked this before?
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    Angela you are correct. I went back looked at...

    Angela you are correct. I went back looked at Lazaradis et al 2014 and the elite Mycenean was no different in terms of admixture relative to the other Myceneans, and the Steppe for the 4 Myceneans...
  24. Congrats. I was thinking about going to Italy...

    Congrats. I was thinking about going to Italy again this summer, but held off. So next summer it is. Hit Rome again for a few days, hit the Eastern Part of Sicily (Ragusa, Syracuse, Catania and...
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    Thanks Angela.

    Thanks Angela.
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