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    was not L21>DF21 already present in Britain BA?...

    was not L21>DF21 already present in Britain BA?
    concerning L21 in Norway, it seems more sensible to think it came with Gael-Gal Vikings than with poor slaves, does it not? I doubt males slaves would...
  2. Thanks for sharing, Bicileur. I had read Olalde,...

    Thanks for sharing, Bicileur.
    I had read Olalde, but I 've no remembering of some of these graphs.
    YOu 're right: some first BB's in Iberia had "their" females by them. SO the possible shift in...
  3. a bit out of topic, but the Spain case could...

    a bit out of topic, but the Spain case could maybe explain how a Y-R1b BB 's small southern lineage (at first, and then with only males, some "arrow vanguard group") already IE speaker, lost its IE...
  4. As you say, the BB's mt samples are too tiny to...

    As you say, the BB's mt samples are too tiny to give us any certainty; but I find amazing the mtDNA change in IA (regions would be useful here)
  5. Some people have even thought there was a thrird...

    Some people have even thought there was a thrird group, speaking the famous N-W European (IE) languages among the so called Belgae.
    PLus: the supposed Belgae tribes (whatever their genuine ethnic...
  6. I want not to discuss the percentages in detail...

    I want not to discuss the percentages in detail but I would find weird if N-E European had not an extra EHG in them: do notive I don't look for competition with anybody here.
    But in...
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    I agree proto-Villanovian (the one!) was not very...

    I agree proto-Villanovian (the one!) was not very far from others, it was just a question. BTW I dont know if there is a consensus about the first appearence of Italics in Italy, and in which precise...
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    to you @angela and @Reggio Agree, this post of...

    to you @angela and @Reggio

    Agree, this post of mine was very bad, imprecise and hastly written.
    True, "Romans" began with the foundation of Rome, and were surely no more the first Italics, if...
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    This paper seems to me carrying a good charge of...

    This paper seems to me carrying a good charge of prejudice or biased interpretations, what is funny when speaking of "pseudo-objectivity". Every attempt to study demic moves along history is only a...
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    The stereotypes of 'nordic' blonds left aside, I...

    The stereotypes of 'nordic' blonds left aside, I think the first Italic pre-Roman and Roman people who got southwards from Northern Italy was more central-Europe-like (and bronze Iberian-like too)...
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    around the 2010's or even a bit before there has...

    around the 2010's or even a bit before there has been a paper about diverse zones of autosomes high density of certain type and their respective inputs on other zones (in today pops): even if...
  12. I avow Angela I have posted on this question...

    I avow Angela I have posted on this question rather to answer my friend Northerner, I was hesitating between that and send him private messages. Agree with you, finally.
  13. BTW the respective % of diverse principal...

    BTW the respective % of diverse principal mutations leading to red hairs are not the same ones in West and in East: not without consequence concerning origins.
  14. interesting post Angela

    interesting post Angela
  15. Surely more than a cause converged to produce...

    Surely more than a cause converged to produce these results.
    what I see, and it could deserve some attention, is that the regions where some supposed "barbaric" Y-haplo's dominate strongly are the...
  16. Very good, these graphs posted by Bicycleur - The...

    Very good, these graphs posted by Bicycleur - The case in Caucasus is not so surprising, in a world of mountainous valleys, but the cases of Europe, and China, very large and vaste countries, is more...
  17. It seems dense accumulation of sedentary...

    It seems dense accumulation of sedentary population favours diseases like plagues. These traditions of regular burnings of houses in the big towns of Cucuteni/Tripolje cultures could show it maybe?...
  18. just general remarks about this paper: As said...

    just general remarks about this paper:
    As said on Eurogenes blog by somebody, the 'Neolitihic' terminology is a mistaking name:
    as other historical cultural labellings, it may not be taken as a...
  19. The patrilocal fact was well established before...

    The patrilocal fact was well established before Steppes folk arrived, I think it was already present in genuine Neolithic. And some clannic system too, or at least this clannic system began with...
  20. a detail: I suppose body and family vocabulary...

    a detail: I suppose body and family vocabulary (and some basic verbs and adjectives) are more relevant than technical/economical vocabulary; if agriculture had been adopted by PIE's from an Anatolian...
  21. in my dictionary it is rock and also rubble - for...

    in my dictionary it is rock and also rubble - for rock it gave also stena, a written form of your stijena; if I recall well, Bulgarian says stena for wall
  22. Short time ago, I was thinking in this: BB's...

    Short time ago, I was thinking in this: BB's reached Scandinavia too, even if not in a huge colonization, and only in some places, rather West. I think Y-R1b L21 could have had foot in the...
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    Poll: That said, a big part of these "exonyms" are in...

    That said, a big part of these "exonyms" are in fact local "endonyms', let 's not confuse everything. "Celt(os?)" is a Greek spelling for some local tribal Celtic name. The very question is that...
  24. *wer- IV *wer-b- greek rhabdos < *wrabdos...

    *wer- IV
    *wer-b-
    greek rhabdos < *wrabdos stick, rhapizô to whip -
    lat- reverbere to reject, to throw back/off > fr- réverbérer to reflect -
    germ- werfen to throw, Wurf throwing,...
  25. OK, thanks to all. I think we may close this...

    OK, thanks to all. I think we may close this thread. ATW it was more a warning than a true thread.
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