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    Sticky: Varna ANI163 is cca. 4.5k BC old and match so...

    Varna ANI163 is cca. 4.5k BC old and match so closely to modern Central Europeans (and others also). It's fascinating but inevitable a coincidence. Giving more options, my Central Europen dna is...
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    Sticky: Kuzmosi, you are not getting really close...

    Kuzmosi, you are not getting really close ancestors with this source and calculator, I presume Dodecad-K12b. You can try others, maybe Eurogenes K13.

    Varna_outlier is high in steppe ancestry but...
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    Sticky: Maybe you can get basics from this video:...

    Maybe you can get basics from this video: https://youtu.be/OvSnoP1E0JU
    He is showing on Eurogenes calculator, but the logic is the same with all other calculators.
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    Sticky: All SZ samples are not homogenous. If I remember...

    All SZ samples are not homogenous. If I remember correctly, you have Northern and Southern cluster with some samples in-between. Szolad is a match for me also, and I presume other Slavs. First ten:
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    No, the title is ‘Illyrians’ in ancient...

    No, the title is ‘Illyrians’ in ancient ethnographic discourse by Danijel Dzino. You can't access the article? Maybe try here, direct pdf link.
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    Here is the document:...

    Here is the document:
    https://www.scribd.com/document/382446292/D%C5%BEino-Illyrians-in-ancient-ethnographic-disco-pdf

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    open access:...
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    Žiče/Seitz is old Romanic Carthusian monastery in...

    Žiče/Seitz is old Romanic Carthusian monastery in Slovenia or near village with the same name. The monastery was – maybe interesting to you – closed in 1782. People living in the village were...
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    Electric cars are a better idea than internal...

    Electric cars are a better idea than internal combustion machines. It's not that all problems implementing a new system are already resolved, but a global change in mass transportation is only at its...
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    Interesting find. The older lady was not robbed...

    Interesting find. The older lady was not robbed (all others were, 100-200 years after burial), which is a rarity for this region and so gives precious data of burial custom. They were all buried...
  10. I agree with authors' main point, that perception...

    I agree with authors' main point, that perception of the first plague is influenced by the second plague, Black death. They are citing some sources, how is this view prevalent in academic discourse,...
  11. Meta study, no new empirical data. It’s...

    Meta study, no new empirical data. It’s sufficiently argued that the first, Justinian Plague, was not on the same level as medieval plague. Its demographic effects are minor. I guess it’s not...
  12. Thread: Mytrueancestry.com

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    It apears that many Scythian samples are...

    It apears that many Scythian samples are Gelonians ... combinations of Greeks and Finnic Budinis.

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  13. The narrative of the article is really...

    The narrative of the article is really non-adapted village life to sedentary conditions. Diseases, chronical bone deformations, and intra-violence (blows from the back) are connected with overcrowded...
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    Quite extensive dna study, but it will not...

    Quite extensive dna study, but it will not delight anyone with interpretations, or better overall tone of thoughts. There is no progress from "uniqueness" and "archaism" of Balts. That is really now...
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    Nice find :) If someone is not well acquainted...

    Nice find :)

    If someone is not well acquainted with a topic, he can check classic book Les ntellectuels au Moyen Age by Jacques Le Goff. Translated probably in all EU languages. Informative,...
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    Sticky: I must say that I'm a little disappointed with...

    I must say that I'm a little disappointed with the suggestions. So let's try to make it better ;)

    I will start with Russia.

    Andrei Rublev, not so much historical portrait as realist depiction...
  17. Thread: Mytrueancestry.com

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    Tnx. I checked gedmatch and even with the...

    Tnx.

    I checked gedmatch and even with the lowest threshold of 25 SNPs it can't find larger segment than 7cM.
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    Strange Deep Dive ... one big block of cM. It...

    Strange Deep Dive ... one big block of cM. It seems odd, I don't have such big common cM with any modern person registered in gedmatch database.

    Ancient Gotlander
    2750 BC
    Total cM=58.48
    Largest...
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    And yourdnaportal.... ...

    And yourdnaportal....



    DA191_Hungary_Scythian

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    Visigoth_I12162
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    I'm not truly convinced how close these matches...

    I'm not truly convinced how close these matches are to me, but the whole collection seems plausible for my ancestral background. Maybe there is evident small deficiency of Slavic examples, there is...
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    More hostile ... not less :)

    More hostile ... not less :)
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    Looking from semantic perspective, “communities”...

    Looking from semantic perspective, “communities” are known to others when they are distinctive … or, with other words, assimilated people are not communities. I believe there were more German...
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