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  1. Poll: Yes, but M67 suggest a non-Indian origin in...

    Yes, but M67 suggest a non-Indian origin in Romas. So they picked it from somewhere else, either along the migration way out of India or in Southeast Europe. I actually just posted this question on...
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    The drastic change probably comes from including...

    The drastic change probably comes from including Western Turks from around Istanbul into a separate "Anatolian" category. They share a lot of ancestry with people from Southeast Europe, with many of...
  3. Poll: Thank you, first time seeing this reply, as I'm...

    Thank you, first time seeing this reply, as I'm not coming often here.
    Hopefully in 2020, we will get closer to the Y-DNA of Dacians. Apparently David Reich's lab is working on Roman period samples...
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    Scythians, like all the folk from steppe...

    Scythians, like all the folk from steppe confederacies were a diverse bunch. Their autosomal profile swinged from East Asian to West Asian to European and everything in between.

    Here are the...
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    Gorea (single r) is not a popular surname, but it...

    Gorea (single r) is not a popular surname, but it still exists. I know one person with this surname.

    http://nume.ottomotor.ro/en?search=Gorea&type=circle

    Same goes for Ruda....
  6. I mean it's possible that it came from...

    I mean it's possible that it came from Scandinavia, but you'd guess that they left their seed there too. There aren't really any native Y3120 downstreamers there.
  7. All genetics aside weren't the Ruriks supposed to...

    All genetics aside weren't the Ruriks supposed to be non-Slavs though? I guess they were just acculturated locals in the end, instead of proper vikings.
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    This "Thracian" from ~1700 BC falls outside of...

    This "Thracian" from ~1700 BC falls outside of the time horizon for Thracians. He is possibly, one of the ancestors of Thracians, who brought the language. However, actual settled Thracians and not...
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    Did they though? At least in aDNA terms the...

    Did they though? At least in aDNA terms the impact of whoever brought East Asian admixture is kind of visible.

    https://anthrogenica.com/showthread.php?6722-Romanian-23andme
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    Due to nationalism + inferiority complex

    Due to nationalism + inferiority complex
  11. Man, you ought to calm down...

    Man, you ought to calm down.
  12. I take what the authors say, without adding any...

    I take what the authors say, without adding any of my own biases and interpretations. I'm familiar with all the studies, which have been referenced here, so I don't feel the need to look at your...
  13. Angela, calm down and abstain from using ad...

    Angela, calm down and abstain from using ad hominem replies. I'm not used to those kinds of forums.
    Nah, it means that (60+40)/2=100 North Italians. I know quite well what you thought of when you...
  14. Dunno, time will tell. I don't care either way...

    Dunno, time will tell. I don't care either way personally, but I hope we find out soon. The paper should be out in a couple of months if I'm not mistaken.
  15. Mate, if in the following period they are...

    Mate, if in the following period they are predominantly similar to South Italians and you believe that the two didn't mix then you'd expect the North ones to be the non-Roman ones in this case. So...
  16. As the guy's said, there are few samples, but I...

    As the guy's said, there are few samples, but I think it means that Central Italians are a product of these two mixing with one another.
  17. Man, sometimes it feels like I'm one of the few...

    Man, sometimes it feels like I'm one of the few sane people in these forums.
    So the guy states that, prior to the Republican period, Romans are closest to Sardinians albeit with a noticeable Iran...
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    If there are then I haven't seen those. I'm aware...

    If there are then I haven't seen those. I'm aware of these.10719
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    Yep Population ...

    Yep



    Population
    Region
    Anatolia_N
    CHG
    WHG
    EHG
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    Well, I didn't read enough about Cimmerians...

    Well, I didn't read enough about Cimmerians personally, but recently researchers discovered the remains of several Cimmerians in Moldova.
    From a genetic point of view, they looked quite Asiatic for...
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    Romanian, you probably hear it quite often in...

    Romanian, you probably hear it quite often in Spain ;)

    a bit of offtopic

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xVkRh7mEe0
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    I like all kinds of traits, but generally if I...

    I like all kinds of traits, but generally if I had to pick one type I'd choose something that I call Gracile Pontid. It's common in Romania, Moldova and Ukraine from what I've noticed.

    Kind of...
  23. Thanks, here are my results. By the way, using...

    Thanks, here are my results. By the way, using Living DNA instead of 23andme doubled my food & nutrition reports.

    https://i.imgur.com/jUvEJVe.png
  24. Look up the supplementary qpAdm data from...

    Look up the supplementary qpAdm data from Mathiesson et al. Global25 is flawed in this regard and l'll stick with the academia, considering that Reich also quotes this proportion for the first...
  25. No surprises here, since the original Yamnaya are...

    No surprises here, since the original Yamnaya are pretty much an even split between EHG, CHG and with some little Farmer's thrown into the mix.
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