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  1. I agree. What I think is probable, however,...

    I agree.

    What I think is probable, however, is that there were trade links, whether through intermediaries or not, all the way to India from the Aegean.
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    I agree. What do you think about the...

    I agree. What do you think about the "Illyrian/Dalmatian" ones? We know what it means, but newbies might not.

    Just a thought.
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    My results with the coordinates above: My...

    My results with the coordinates above:

    My first Iberian sample (Medieval Portuguese) comes in at a distance of 10.4. It's the same one where you get a 7.4. You get a 12 for my second highest...
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    Did something happen when you posted? Where are...

    Did something happen when you posted? Where are the other identifications? That doesn't look like the results produced normally.
  5. They've been mining the same material since 2010...

    They've been mining the same material since 2010 and before.

    I posted about their work and findings from Toscana in 2013.
    ...
  6. Did Bronze Age Aegean people have contact with the Indian Subcontinent?

    Frescoes in Santorini may indicate that they did.

    http://www.sci-news.com/archaeology/akrotiri-monkeys-08039.html
  7. Sticky: Book on Population and Quantitative Genetics

    Members often ask for a text on population genetics. Well, here it is, complete with the supporting math, and it's by the very respected Graham Coop.

    Furthermore, it's available in pdf form, and...
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    I don't know who created these values. Perhaps...

    I don't know who created these values.

    Perhaps when Jovialis has some time he'll give us the K12b Dodecad values for all the Empuries samples, female as well as male.
  9. Divergence between archaic and modern humans may date to 260,000 years ago.

    See:
    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/145409v1

    Ancient genomes from southern Africa pushes modern human divergence beyond 260,000 years ago View ORCID ProfileCarina M. Schlebusch, View...
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    Do universities liberalize students?

    It seems the answer may be yes, to some extent they do.

    See:
    https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/the-education-effect/

    "It has long been established that those who have experienced...
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    Well, as we've been saying on this Board for...

    Well, as we've been saying on this Board for years, the closest people to the "Old Europe" of the Balkans are Southern Europeans. It would be interesting to see the results of people like Greeks,...
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    Welcome back. Nothing like some fiddle music to...

    Welcome back. Nothing like some fiddle music to express happiness. :)

    My own personal, thank God work is over happy song: Cut loose.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyD8BxoB2To
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    In another strange case, for the Empuries...

    In another strange case, for the Empuries samples, in a Greek emporium site, three of which carry yDna "J", Eurogenes ignored the samples in K15. In K13 he only includes one sample(18212), the one...
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    @Salento, In this particular case it was sheer...

    @Salento, In this particular case it was sheer negligence.

    Ed. I went back to Olalde et al. This is indeed totally mislabeled by mta. The sample comes from a Roman settlement long after the...
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    There is something wrong with the labeling of...

    There is something wrong with the labeling of this sample. Anyone have any info on context? It's a she and she clearly is a lost NorthernItalian/Tuscan mix, just like me.




    Distance to:...
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    Hope I wasn't careless. I tried to get only the...

    Hope I wasn't careless. I tried to get only the pre-Iron Age samples from everywhere.
    Bummer. My one Minoan in the top 25 is very far away.


    Distance to:
    Angela


    5.96067110...
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    Very interesting. I don't see Crete Armenoi...

    Very interesting. I don't see Crete Armenoi anywhere, and the Greek Neolithic is further down the list. That tells us anything about the route(s) the Neolithic took into Europe?

    Weren't there...
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    This isn't worth "correcting" your confusion. I...

    This isn't worth "correcting" your confusion. I do enough of that already.
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    So glad I'm not the only one who likes Disney...

    So glad I'm not the only one who likes Disney songs, or maybe isn't afraid to admit to liking Disney songs. :)

    Ed. One of my real loves is musical theater, what we call "Broadway music", and my...
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    Nice, guys. :) Only two show up and I don't...

    Nice, guys. :)

    Only two show up and I don't completely understand either one, but I'll give it my best shot.


    https://i.imgur.com/uE5dA6D.png

    https://i.imgur.com/HZ4qeis.png
    I quite...
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    No, unfortunately we don't have samples from the...

    No, unfortunately we don't have samples from the right time period yet.
  22. Thread: Philistine DNA!

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    Yes, that's always the case with pcas. It's...

    Yes, that's always the case with pcas. It's looking at the relationship between the samples the algorithm is given.

    I do think we can see that a lot of the "Philistine" samples we have, if not...
  23. Thread: Philistine DNA!

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    Sorry, Demetrios, could you remind me of the...

    Sorry, Demetrios, could you remind me of the source of your ancestry in Greece.

    More broadly, I wonder if the original group of "Philistines" was very small, or rather we just got a skewed sample...
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    Sorry, Blevins, I had already downloaded it. ...

    Sorry, Blevins, I had already downloaded it.

    It's the paper the others are describing.

    Just download the pdf to read it.
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    I was wondering where Aegean Greeks would plot.

    I was wondering where Aegean Greeks would plot.
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