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    Well, a lot of Romans had quite different noses....

    Well, a lot of Romans had quite different noses. I don't think that's the most common one at all.

    Marcus Porcius Cato:...
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    Yes, Hadrian and Marcus Aurelius, who was of his...

    Yes, Hadrian and Marcus Aurelius, who was of his family, are the most egregiously wrong imo.

    Hadrian, who was of a colonial Italic/Hispanic family originally from Picenum winds up looking like an...
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    I don't know where their noses "come from" in...

    I don't know where their noses "come from" in terms of lineage. I just meant that it doesn't look like Trump has that kind of nose, i.e. high nose bridge so it's almost a straight line from forehead...
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    That's much better. I have no idea how the four...

    That's much better. I have no idea how the four busts shown above could produce Daniel Craig. :)

    The artist didn't get the memo, I guess, that Republican Era Romans looked like Spaniards and...
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    I believe I read somewhere that Trump is I1....

    I believe I read somewhere that Trump is I1. Makes sense given his father's family came from Germany. The mother's line is from Scotland, I believe.

    Interesting how both of them came out with...
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    I recognized that stretch of the emperors too;...

    I recognized that stretch of the emperors too; the remains of the heartland, perhaps. :)

    There's definitely something subjective about what's going on. There's nothing written about the coloring...
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    This is the statement to which I objected as...

    This is the statement to which I objected as being too speculative:

    "The evidence indicates that R1b-V88 might have adopted pastoralism in the Balkans and migrated into Africa via western Europe....
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    This is the spread of the Fulani people in...

    This is the spread of the Fulani people in Africa:
    https://culturaldetective.files.wordpress.com/2016/11/a_distribution_map_of_fula_people_in_africa.jpg

    My interpretation of the paper I posted is...
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    As for your bolded comment, there's nothing in...

    As for your bolded comment, there's nothing in that paper or the graphics which indicates anything of the kind. That's pure speculation.
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    You do love to repeat what I've already said more...

    You do love to repeat what I've already said more than once as if it's a major discovery you've just made.

    Can't say I love the passive aggression either, but it's better than what came before.
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    No, you get it together, and show some respect. ...

    No, you get it together, and show some respect.

    It's not just anecdote; it's medical fact, had you ever bothered to do some more research and think it through.

    "Symptoms can range from mild...
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    To my knowledge there is no European V88...

    To my knowledge there is no European V88 Mesolithic sample which carries any derived allele for lactase persistence, including the "European" version. In fact I don't remember any of the Mesolithic...
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    You are misinformed, again. Please read post...

    You are misinformed, again.

    Please read post number 26.

    If Albanians can drink milk with no ill effects, perhaps you have your Slavic ancestry to thank. That's one northern invasion we missed...
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    I'll start with the bolded comment. There is...

    I'll start with the bolded comment. There is absolutely no way you can know that.

    There is, indeed, no way either of us can know PRECISELY how the people who lived before the first millennium BC...
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    That was not the intent of my comment. This is...

    That was not the intent of my comment.

    This is the second time I'm telling you that.

    I know what I meant to say; you can only surmise.

    Drop it.
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    No need to be defensive. It's just a...

    No need to be defensive.

    It's just a statement of fact of which some people might not be aware.

    Goodness, even smileys don't work?
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    If you're saying, well, it wouldn't kill you, no,...

    If you're saying, well, it wouldn't kill you, no, it probably wouldn't kill you directly. The problem is that in the past people lived on the knife edge of survival. Cheese, especially certain kinds...
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    Actually, although some of the "European" variety...

    Actually, although some of the "European" variety of lactase persistence did make it into Africa, it is not the only variety.

    There are at least two and perhaps three African specific versions,...
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    Well, you wouldn't do very well in my parts of...

    Well, you wouldn't do very well in my parts of Italy; we eat tons of potatoes and meat.
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    I'm perfectly aware that there is a lot of...

    I'm perfectly aware that there is a lot of variation in Italy, but the average for lactase persistence is pretty low overall, or to put it another way, lactase non-persistence is pretty high.
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    It depends on the product to some extent. Hard...

    It depends on the product to some extent. Hard cheeses like, say, parmigiano reggiano, are easy on the digestive system because they have less lactose. Soft cheeses have more. Natural yogurts are...
  22. All I see is that West Eurasian mtDna was 1/3 of...

    All I see is that West Eurasian mtDna was 1/3 of the total and declined over time.

    It would be interesting to know what the paper that is the subject of the thread shows as far as the mtDna, and,...
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    Thanks, Anfanger. It's as some of us have been...

    Thanks, Anfanger.

    It's as some of us have been saying for years. Lack of the allele didn't prevent people from Anatolia and "Old Europe" from consuming dairy products, and the people of the Pontic...
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    We all live and learn, ihype; if we're honest,...

    We all live and learn, ihype; if we're honest, that is...

    A lot of myths have been blown away by modern genetic testing.

    I'm glad I was alive to see it.

    My father, however, would have been...
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    Well, it depended on the person and whether that...

    Well, it depended on the person and whether that person was just an amateur "historian" or an archaeologist with a specialty in the topic.

    For example, the mainstream opinion among Etruscologists...
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