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  1. Yeah I believe that most of I2a is of...

    Yeah I believe that most of I2a is of Paleo-Balkan Thraco-Daco-Illyrian origin, although those peoples also spread north to an extent in antiquity (as far as western/southern Ukraine possibly), so...
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    Um, no. I'm not sure where you decided on that...

    Um, no. I'm not sure where you decided on that arbitrary grouping but maybe you need to be more intimately acquainted with the region before making generalizations. Bosnians are rather Slavic...
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    Wait, Southern Chinese?? Is that some new...

    Wait, Southern Chinese?? Is that some new finding? I thought Native Americans derived from a Central-East Siberian/North Asian population which in the past had absorbed some ancient West...
  4. Sticky: How are people getting such low numbers on the...

    How are people getting such low numbers on the Single mode when these are ancient, supposedly distant samples?



    Distance to:
    Nicu


    10.05644569
    Late_Medieval_Latium_(n=16)
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    Cool, yeah I mean clearly those results are...

    Cool, yeah I mean clearly those results are overwhelmingly Euro of course, which makes sense, but it would still be interesting. I guess there are more samples from those populations and not as much...
  6. I have to say that this may have some truth to...

    I have to say that this may have some truth to it. I get the impression that over time they seem to have worked on "consolidating" more of the ancestry reports into bigger, cleaner, major categories,...
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    Did they not have African samples as well for...

    Did they not have African samples as well for this thing? I thought Brazilians were mixed with that.
  8. Poll: I am R1b (L-23), which is ultimately Yamna...

    I am R1b (L-23), which is ultimately Yamna derived I guess. But I would think Cucuteni is mainly something different, pre IE, like I2 and G2a...
  9. Thread: Illustrative DNA

    by Nicu
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    Illustrative DNA

    There is another service (that uses raw data from things like 23andme) to dive deeper into ancient ancestry, called Illustrative DNA. Here are my results. Anyone else try or use these guys?

    13059...
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    I disagree with that; you're using too much of a...

    I disagree with that; you're using too much of a blanket description for MENA and even Levantines. If you look at pictures of crowds
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    Sheesh, does it really matter to people the exact...

    Sheesh, does it really matter to people the exact like square kilometer that their people's ethnogenesis supposedly took place? Jeez. That's like kinda strange in this day and age, with a globalized...
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    Poll: Typical Turk: ...

    Typical Turk:

    https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRmblvvEYSzDjEh9JIGagOCr2byZinu7an0stkLd7pXxbYpqqNMh0XDHqiZ_dEqeUbXdTI&usqp=CAU
    https://static.dw.com/image/53468263_303.jpg...
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    I've noticed there sure is a lot of emphasis on...

    I've noticed there sure is a lot of emphasis on Albania in this forum for such a small country. I wonder why that is.
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    You know that's something I've wondered about...

    You know that's something I've wondered about myself... I'm one of the few Romanians who actually believes the ethnogenesis was more complex than the mainstream and basic school texts tell you (I...
  15. Modern: Distance to: Nicu 2.93673288...

    Modern:



    Distance to:
    Nicu


    2.93673288
    Bulgaria_Northcentral
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    Exactly, that is very true. Pretty much all...

    Exactly, that is very true. Pretty much all Romance languages went through the same process within the last 1000 years or so, with Romanian undergoing it more recently in the last two centuries, thus...
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    Sticky: My Dodecad k7b results: 12979 12980 ...

    My Dodecad k7b results:

    12979
    12980

    Dodecad k12b:

    12981
    12982
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    My background is mostly (southwestern) Romanian...

    My background is mostly (southwestern) Romanian with some northern Greek and Aromanian Vlach, as well as a bit of northern Italian.

    https://i.imgur.com/O1seIU8.png
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    Poll: Moderately worried to be honest. Should probably...

    Moderately worried to be honest. Should probably be more worried. Feel like we're passing on the problems to later generations, although we're already starting to feel the effects. Just feel like we...
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    It's true that much of the Latin lexicon in...

    It's true that much of the Latin lexicon in Albanian was taken from Vulgar Latin rather than directly from Romanian or Eastern Romance (although obviously that evolved from this as well). But it...
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    Italo-Celtic is a commonly proposed grouping of...

    Italo-Celtic is a commonly proposed grouping of IE languages. Some believe they split apart only around 1200-1000 BC or so.
  22. Most of the native animals to Australia were...

    Most of the native animals to Australia were actually marsupials before the arrival of Westerners, who introduced other kinds.
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    It's probably native to the region, contrary to...

    It's probably native to the region, contrary to what some Serbs think. An interesting language isolate within Indo-European though, may be connected to some ancient Illyrian/Thracian ones. There is...
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    Sticky: Heh, and they tell us all this stuff about the...

    Heh, and they tell us all this stuff about the Amazon shrinking to almost nothing. It's still a significant boundary, although there are cities out there like Manaus and stuff. Another boundary to...
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    I think it's a mixture of nature and nurture, but...

    I think it's a mixture of nature and nurture, but there is more emphasis on nature than some would like to believe in today's world. But it's a complex interaction between a lot of factors. I agree...
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