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    Well, well, the Reich Lab must be leaking like a...

    Well, well, the Reich Lab must be leaking like a sieve.

    It must be nice, Polako, to have someone in your pocket who's willing to talk to a White Nationalist Skinhead like yourself and also has...
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    I'm going to steal this. It's from Razib Khan,...

    I'm going to steal this. It's from Razib Khan, and goes for pop gen sites too:

    "the democratization enabled by twitter of many voices means the really stupid get to talk too. my model for why...
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    I assure you that some of young Caruso's...

    I assure you that some of young Caruso's descendants could buy the networth of all those losers combined five times over. Who has the last laugh?
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    Love them all. Not L'Ossessione, The Bicycle...

    Love them all.

    Not L'Ossessione, The Bicycle Thief, Paisa, La Strada, Bicycle Thief?

    Or how about more modern ones? Amarcord is very accessible, and Vitelloni. Maybe it's just that they speak...
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    I completely agree. Very few Italian sweets are...

    I completely agree. Very few Italian sweets are as sweet as those people eat in the U.S. and even than in Britain. Then, Italians don't, or at least didn't eat as many sweets period. The only sweet I...
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    I pointed it out to these yo-yos repeatedly for...

    I pointed it out to these yo-yos repeatedly for years, just from what I knew from archaeology and history, and even from what public testing companies like 23andme showed. It was obvious from the...
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    In one matter, I am in complete agreement with...

    In one matter, I am in complete agreement with the paper, as the data is unambiguous: The "tail into the Levant" ( and yDna J1, btw) which was seen in the Imperial Age is GONE by Late Antiquity...
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    Exactly right.

    Exactly right.
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    Total B.S. Here's a novel idea. :) There...

    Total B.S.

    Here's a novel idea. :)

    There were two samples found in Ardea, same time period.

    How about modeling sample 850 with the genes from the other Ardean and see what else has to be...
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    My friend, some of it is clearly Levanticism, or...

    My friend, some of it is clearly Levanticism, or Levantism, i.e. some people with history from the Levant who want to attach themselves to the glory of Rome and the accomplishments of the Italian...
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    I'm sure a lot of port cities would have had...

    I'm sure a lot of port cities would have had immigrants and immigrant remains in their cemeteries. What will future archaeologists say about the cemeteries of Marseilles, or Hamburg?

    Most of the...
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    I have to go back and check, but doesn't the...

    I have to go back and check, but doesn't the excerpt I published indicate the rich hoard was Bronze Age? Aren't the samples we're discussing from a later period as per your graphic?

    Excellent...
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    I just find it extraordinary that the authors of...

    I just find it extraordinary that the authors of the paper spent all that time, as evidenced in the Supplement, modeling later samples in Central and Southern Italy as mixtures of Copper/Iron Age...
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    They were both Latins, so yes, your New York City...

    They were both Latins, so yes, your New York City analogy is apt.

    However, I was trying to clear up any confusion caused by Torzio's...confusion. ROME was ruled by the Etruscans. To my knowledge,...
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    I have always maintained, based on archaeology,...

    I have always maintained, based on archaeology, and a knowledge of Etruscan culture, that there was no mass migration in the first millennium BC from Anatolia to Etruria.

    I furthermore never saw...
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    @Pax, I kid you not, I think some of this...

    @Pax,

    I kid you not, I think some of this comes from old legends that PERHAPS, according to Dionysios, King Turnus of the Rutuli was King of the Tyrrhenians, and therefore ETRUSCAN.

    Yeah, and...
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    For those who haven't got to the supplement yet:...

    For those who haven't got to the supplement yet: Ardea was part of the Latin League, but it was NOT Rome, and in fact at times was allied AGAINST Rome.

    https://i.imgur.com/56jlEyl.png
    Only two...
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    Clearly you can't read Italian, or if you read...

    Clearly you can't read Italian, or if you read it, you don't understand it.

    Re-read Pax' post please.
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    Reading the commentary from amateur pop gen...

    Reading the commentary from amateur pop gen people online you would think Herodotus was the only ancient author who wrote about the Etruscans.

    Confirmation bias, much???

    It's so extreme that...
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    @I was just going to respond to Torzio's post,...

    @I was just going to respond to Torzio's post, and ask what point he was trying to make. :)

    So what if a Latin site had Etruscan pottery?

    Haven't we learned by now that pots are not always...
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    Duarte, you never put a foot wrong, in my book. :)

    Duarte, you never put a foot wrong, in my book. :)
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    This is not meant to be a thread about one...

    This is not meant to be a thread about one particular y lineage.

    I think all the possibilities have been exhausted, and there is no way currently to decide the issue.
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    This fact was raised a couple of times upthread....

    This fact was raised a couple of times upthread. A number of samples come from the cemetery for the port city of Ostia. Some others come from the catacombs, and we know early Christians were usually...
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    Imo, they don't deserve the benefit of the doubt....

    Imo, they don't deserve the benefit of the doubt.

    However, that said, the paper also doesn't inspire the greatest confidence in their characterization of these samples with so many samples with...
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    That is always a problem for me. I mean no...

    That is always a problem for me.

    I mean no disrespect to Brick; he's just using the Global 25 created by Polako.
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