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  1. E-V13 and J2b2-L283 are older than any Iron age...

    E-V13 and J2b2-L283 are older than any Iron age ethnicity. I find Grugni in her speculations on the spread of certain haplogroups due to ethnos of the late Bronze/early Iron Age not very credible.
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    We have this PCA, from an academic paper. Any...

    We have this PCA, from an academic paper. Any connection between the ruling class in Etruria and BA Anatolians is unproven and not supported by archeology.

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  3. Unearthing a Philistine cemetery in ancient...

    Unearthing a Philistine cemetery in ancient Ashkelon


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYNt5KjGgS8
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    This sample gets different results on these...

    This sample gets different results on these oracles because they're two different amateur tools made by two different people. It is difficult to say which is the most accurate, also because the first...
  5. there was already a thread ...

    there was already a thread

    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/38794-Bioarchaeology-of-Neolithic-Çatalhöyük-reveals-fundamental-transitions
  6. I agree with you that there is a lot of confusion...

    I agree with you that there is a lot of confusion on the upcoming Roman studies, but there is not a Tuscan-Greek cluster that implies a Greek-Roman descent, because when you go to see the PCA with...
  7. The text posted by Angela refers specifically to...

    The text posted by Angela refers specifically to the Gauls who invaded northern Italy from about 400 BC, Golasecca that is already considered Celtic (Lepontic) is much older as a migration and among...
  8. This has been strongly discredited by archaeology.

    This has been strongly discredited by archaeology.
  9. The Latins and the Etruscans have indeed...

    The Latins and the Etruscans have indeed archaeologically a connection with the central European urnfields (Latial culture and Villanovan culture both derived from the proto-Villanovan by...
  10. Bioarchaeology of Neolithic Çatalhöyük reveals fundamental transitions

    Bioarchaeology of Neolithic Çatalhöyük reveals fundamental transitions in health, mobility, and lifestyle in early farmers

    Clark Spencer Larsen, Christopher J. Knüsel, Scott D. Haddow, Marin A....
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    This is the first article I found ...

    This is the first article I found



    https://www.ilmessaggero.it/spettacoli/cinema/zeffirelli_morto_leonardo_da_vinci-4559594.html


    It's well known, three years ago all the newspapers in...
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    https://www.romanports.org/images/Portus/Portus01-...

    https://www.romanports.org/images/Portus/Portus01-1.jpg

    https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-q1-AwYqg0PI/TqADhl7vb7I/AAAAAAAACqc/X2GM-abJtAE/s1600/portus-project.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/P2kQ9EG.png
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    This is the right way....

    This is the right way.
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    Gossip. Italians are crazy about gossip.

    Gossip. Italians are crazy about gossip.
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    A very extravagant character, what is interesting...

    A very extravagant character, what is interesting is that he was very Florentine/Tuscan but at the same time an Italian not very provincial and very fond of British culture.

    Zeffirelli was also...
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    It is not correct how MTA labeled these samples,...

    It is not correct how MTA labeled these samples, in a PCA these samples do not even group with the Tuscans. 12.82 and 13.13 are both significant distances. No person who is 100% Tuscan can get Tuscan...
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    Your Tuscan Knight Crusader wasn't a Tuscan but...

    Your Tuscan Knight Crusader wasn't a Tuscan but someone of European and Near Eastern ancestry and can be modelled, besides being a mixture of Tuscan and Lebanese, also as a mixture of North Italian...
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    Living and dying at the Portus Romae

    Living and dying at the Portus Romae

    Tamsin C. O'Connell (a1), Rachel M. Ballantyne (a2), Sheila Hamilton-Dyer (a3), Evi Margaritis (a4)DOI: https://doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2019.64Published online:...
  19. There is nothing strange about it, of course...

    There is nothing strange about it, of course Italian surnames all have a different numerical distribution, some are very common and others are very rare. Some Italian surnames have even died out in...
  20. In my opinion they're not related, I mean they're...

    In my opinion they're not related, I mean they're not descendants. With the barbarian invasions the surnames disappeared in Italy and the modern Italian surnames were born only starting from the...
  21. Forebears.io has no crediblity, it's not...

    Forebears.io has no crediblity, it's not accurate.

    Italy is one of the nations in Europe with the highest number of surnames, and many surnames are in fact shared between neighboring regions....
  22. Thanks for the clarification. There are more...

    Thanks for the clarification. There are more ongoing studies on ancient samples from Italy, not just that of Moots. So yes, they might be not from the same research. Of course assuming the leaked...
  23. Hannah Moots is a PhD student at Stanford. Her...

    Hannah Moots is a PhD student at Stanford. Her study is (part of) her doctoral thesis. She finished the college in 2008 (University of Chicago) if with college you meant the BA.
  24. There is still a lot of uncertainty about where...

    There is still a lot of uncertainty about where the people of Terramare ended up and whether they really migrated elsewhere.
    In any case, Terramare buildings are very similar to the prehistoric...
  25. We've already discussed this study. J2a-M67 in...

    We've already discussed this study.

    J2a-M67 in Volterra is only 2.7%, while G2a-L497 is around 7.1%, R1b is circa 50% (24.5% R1b U52).

    J2a-M67 exists also in Spain and Portugal and has its in...
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