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    I'm glad someones have had robust viril...

    I'm glad someones have had robust viril ancestors. Good. That said, it's not always the giants pops which evolve better, even in health and posterity. Social skills can help too. half LOL.
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  2. Knowing if first R1b-L23 were already IE speakers...

    Knowing if first R1b-L23 were already IE speakers is another question.
    More than a date could check the IE languages adoption in West. Someone say that the toponymy/hydronymy of N-E SPain in the...
  3. sorry: "I leave ..." follow: ... been from East...

    sorry: "I leave ..."
    follow:
    ... been from East to West in Iberia. As BB pottery is very older (3000/2800 BC in Portugal) we can have doubts about Y-R1b post M269 as launchers of the culture. Maybe...
  4. I don't know what is this I.Neolithic, I suppose...

    I don't know what is this I.Neolithic, I suppose it's Iranlike?
    So, scientists are mistaking Iranlike auDNA because of common ANE elements with Steppics? I live this aspect for later.
    But...
  5. could you develop and say how and when,...

    could you develop and say how and when, concerning Iberia Y-R1b?
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    I think the Anglo-Saxons (+ Jutes and Frisians)...

    I think the Anglo-Saxons (+ Jutes and Frisians) who settled the Isles at the beginnings were very close to today Danes and North-Germanic people.
    Some early buryings showed people where males where...
  7. Apparently these final Neolithic cultures of...

    Apparently these final Neolithic cultures of Western Germany had links and maybe demic contacts with Atlantic France (Western Armorica and around). Some scholars had thought there had been demic...
  8. I found this PCA (PC1) in the Bernard SECHER's...

    I found this PCA (PC1) in the Bernard SECHER's blog (thanks to him)

    http://secher.bernard.free.fr/blog/public/2019_Immel_Figure2.JPG
  9. Interesting. Ancient metric anthropology and...

    Interesting. Ancient metric anthropology and typology had shown this long ago; at first, int the CTC area, the 'steppic' (or rather HG's still?) influx seemed from females. Maybe the sex ratio...
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    I prefer this answer of yours than the first one...

    I prefer this answer of yours than the first one you made about Greek legends.
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    Interesting post. But it'snot so complicated...

    Interesting post.
    But it'snot so complicated here.
    only valid questions:
    -Have Trs/Teresh/Tyrsenoi a link with CNW Italy (Toscane and around)?
    - Are Hittits writings and Egyptians writings...
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    I was trying to put some bits of testimonies in...

    I was trying to put some bits of testimonies in the game, but look at an answer I made to Torzio. I never said Etrsucans/Tyrsenoi was the same thing as Luwians (even drunk I would not say that), I...
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    Akways this way of reading only isolated words in...

    Akways this way of reading only isolated words in a post (No offense, not only you, helas!)! This rots the threads. Have you read what I wrote?
    Are you thinkng I'm so ignorant that I did not know...
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    The Normans who settled in England with William...

    The Normans who settled in England with William the bastard had 1/3 of Bretons kids in their army, according to sources, some others came from Flanders which grouped germanized Gallo-Romans and...
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    Agree for the most. Just to come back to...

    Agree for the most.
    Just to come back to Herodotus, here is maybe some facts or old writings which could excuse him?
    my translation from NK Sandars about Sea People:
    Sorry for the english:
    "An...
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    I rather agree. Personally, I 'm an amateur for...

    I rather agree. Personally, I 'm an amateur for DNA. I don't think your post is against me. If I should not put any worth into "amateurs" opinions, I should not base (partly) my discussions on the...
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    Have you a mail address I could send (skan) the...

    Have you a mail address I could send (skan) the maps (I have not graphs) I based my analysis on them (amateurish work on G25, made by an Anthrogenica forumer)?. It's to do without to congest this...
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    You didn't readd accutely. My words:...

    You didn't readd accutely.
    My words:
    'contribution to dream (or to nightmare) ...
    ... Just a bunch of bets for people who cannot sleep in the evening. A game, when new facts are not yet come to...
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    I would not be so hard as Angela, but if, yes,...

    I would not be so hard as Angela, but if, yes, you have right to speak about these events, I find more productive to keep closer to the very thread and the times involved. I 'm not against these...
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    Sure, even outside the genetic aspect, which...

    Sure, even outside the genetic aspect, which covers before, during and maybe after Great Rome, the cultural one shows what post-Italics people (and us in some part, as a 'domino' effect, even if...
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    contribution to dream (or to nightmare) ...

    contribution to dream (or to nightmare)

    Etruscans Italics


    It's partially off topic 'spite evocated in this very thread) but I think Etruscans could have been pre-IE Central Europeans...
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    I don't think this thread is a Greek one. It's...

    I don't think this thread is a Greek one. It's about Minoans and Mycenians and concerns Greek in the sense they are for a great part descendants of Mycenians, but it concerns other southern Europeans...
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    I'm sorry fo this late reaction I had when I...

    I'm sorry fo this late reaction I had when I looked again better to the beginning of this thread; I assume my remark but it is a bit out off topic concerning ancient Greeks. I flied a bit too quickly...
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    I like this interpretation; so, modern Greeks are...

    I like this interpretation; so, modern Greeks are just middle pigmented people for hair, light and dark being the exception?
    But in fact, very dark brown hair is closer to black than to middle...
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    I thought in this too, Demetrios, but it seems...

    I thought in this too, Demetrios, but it seems the comparisons of these ancient DNA individual bearers are made with modern pops, and I think, as does Angela, that this 'south-balkanic-south-italic'...
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