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    I don't know where you got this impression, but...

    I don't know where you got this impression, but it is completely incorrect, as numerous lines of investigation show.

    First of all, any analysis of samples from Lombardia or the Veneto, and...
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    So I said in one of the first posts on this...

    So I said in one of the first posts on this thread.

    This group is doing an autosomal analysis of modern Italians using other modern populations to model them. That is an essentially flawed...
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    The Reich Lab and Planck are the two premier...

    The Reich Lab and Planck are the two premier population genetics research teams in the world. There is no comparison.

    As for WHG, EEF, EHG, steppe who in hell is saying those components are...
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    Le Undici Di Sera-from Fontanarossa, Genova, one...

    Le Undici Di Sera-from Fontanarossa, Genova, one of the "Quattro Province".


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6A9I_uFM6_w
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    Just came across my feed...a folk music group...

    Just came across my feed...a folk music group from Emilia Romagna, specifically Marzabotto in the Apennines. These are the relatives of the people murdered by the Waffen SS during the second world...
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    Completely agree. If anyone needed further proof,...

    Completely agree. If anyone needed further proof, just look at how abysmally wrong they were about the Etruscans. That's what happens when you completely ignore the archaeology and focus only on the...
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    Steppe admixed people may have spread it, but...

    Steppe admixed people may have spread it, but lactase tolerance did not develop on the steppe. They were lactose intolerant. It developed in farmer communities in central to eastern Europe.
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    We do have one proto-Villanovan sample, and he...

    We do have one proto-Villanovan sample, and he isn't all that far from some of us (according to one analysis I'm at a distance of 6.2 to him, but others are closer), but one sample really isn't...
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    I have no idea what you're carrying on about. The...

    I have no idea what you're carrying on about. The only one posting off topic after off topic post about pigmentation is you. There's also no one here now who is comparing the pigmentation of various...
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    The admixture stuff is amateurish indeed,...

    The admixture stuff is amateurish indeed, embarrassing, really, given it's 2020.

    I think Sazzini worked with Hellenthal last time, and he's using the same programs Hellenthal used. You know, the...
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    ^^over time and with subsequent migrations. ...

    ^^over time and with subsequent migrations.

    When you live in fertile lands with a Mediterranean climate, surviving is easier. That's why the Neolithic began with the Natufians. There's a great...
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    I think perhaps they should have applied some...

    I think perhaps they should have applied some more critical thinking to some of these associations. I can see that there might, in fact undoubtedly are, pigmentation genes in Southern Italy, leaching...
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    Is it just me, or is there a big problem with...

    Is it just me, or is there a big problem with assuming that variants more associated with continental Europe actually represent continued ancestry from the Upper Paleolithic versus those variants...
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    Genomic Diversity in Italy

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    Sazzini et al
    https://bmcbiol.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12915-020-00778-4

    "BackgroundThe cline of human genetic diversity observable across Europe is recapitulated at a...
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    I found it very moving. One solitary,...

    I found it very moving.

    One solitary, graceful woman dancing for herself and against the plague.

    Bravo. :)
  16. ^^Sorry, I'm not following you. If you write...

    ^^Sorry, I'm not following you.

    If you write a dissertation you're going to have to list the papers on which you relied. Research papers likewise. It's standard operating procedure; there's no...
  17. The links are all to old papers we have discussed...

    The links are all to old papers we have discussed on this Board if not other Boards.

    You must have missed them.

    I'm aware you have a personal interest in your and their mtDna, and that's fine,...
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    ^^Good for Spain. In the U.S. two Protestant...

    ^^Good for Spain.

    In the U.S. two Protestant churches which reopened are closing again due to an outbreak of Covid 19. This is despite the fact that they say they maintained social distancing...
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    Paleolithic to Bronze Age Siberians

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    https://www.cell.com/cell/fulltext/S0092-8674(20)30502-X




    •An Upper Paleolithic Siberian shows a deep link with the First Peoples of the Americas
    •A 10,000-year continuum of...
  20. The spread of rice farming throughout the world

    And thank goodness it did. :)

    See:
    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41477-020-0659-6

    "Rice (Oryza sativa) is one of the world’s most important food crops, and is comprised largely of japonica...
  21. Gilgamesh Dream Tablet to return to Iraq?

    Who knows if they'll protect it in the future if it is returned, but whoever the American "collector" was, he should lose it. These things belong to humanity, not to some tech billionaire who will...
  22. Well, it's like reading a paper from ten years...

    Well, it's like reading a paper from ten years ago, isn't it? No autosomal analysis at all? Not even a lowly admixture run?

    It's really all about the uniparental markers, and they don't resolve...
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    Well, I didn't know who he was and had to look...

    Well, I didn't know who he was and had to look him up. If ever a face matched up with evil ideology, it was his.

    Incredible that he is enjoying a resurgence in Russia.
  24. I went back to look at them after reading your...

    I went back to look at them after reading your post. If you ignore the differences in pigmentation, these four Ligurian women have basically the same general facial structure.

    Either that means...
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    I very much agree. The "Romans" of the Roman...

    I very much agree. The "Romans" of the Roman Republic, who then conquered Italy were already Southern European like.

    I wonder if the majority of the ancestry entering Italy from the northeast may...
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