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    Oldest YouTuber reviewing DNA tests

    This is supposedly the oldest YouTuber who has been publishing reviews of DNA tests:

    https://www.youtube.com/user/swarthy03/videos

    According to comments under her videos she has been reviewing...
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    From Wikipedia:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triqui

    "The main sport practiced by the Triqui people is basketball, and as such, a basketball court can be found in all their surrounding...
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    I agree even those early Anglo-Saxons had already...

    I agree even those early Anglo-Saxons had already absorbed some Celtic ancestry by that time.

    But not as much as modern English people, which is one of reasons they were closer to Iceland.
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    Tolkien's Y-DNA haplogroup R1a

    Apparently he was R1a and of the same subclade as Maria Sklodowska-Curie's father (Sklodowski):

    https://tolkniety.blogspot.com/?m=1
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    ^^^ That one was based on 107,000 SNPs. I've...

    ^^^
    That one was based on 107,000 SNPs.

    I've managed to get some more SNPs now. Differences are minor:

    116,000 SNPs from BAM file:

    https://i.imgur.com/X1bVnrA.png

    117,000 SNPs from VCF...
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    Actually he is also modelled as French in study's...

    Actually he is also modelled as French in study's Table S28, check:

    https://i.imgur.com/wKAr0O3.png

    ^^^
    So just like this similarity map shows (highest similarity to France):
    ...
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    R116 the "outlier" with high Steppe dated to...

    R116 the "outlier" with high Steppe dated to 0-200 CE. Maybe he was a Gallic immigrant to Rome?:

    (this sample has the highest level of Steppe admixture out of all Imperial samples, so not...
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    Sample R435 Roman Republic, 600-200 BC,...

    Sample R435 Roman Republic, 600-200 BC, Similitude Map:

    https://gen3553.pagesperso-orange.fr/ADN/similitude.htm

    K36 results:

    R435
    Basque 5.56
    Central_Euro 2.72 ...
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    This shows for period 300-700 CE the direction of...

    This shows for period 300-700 CE the direction of gene flow into Lazio from areas between Spain and Germany:

    https://i.imgur.com/Km71izg.png

    ^^^
    Those Bronze Age Anatolians were genetically a...
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    IIRC, in the Olalde 2019 study the authors...

    IIRC, in the Olalde 2019 study the authors claimed Iberia has almost no Germanic admixture after modelling Visigoths with use of very "northern" Pre-Roman samples as a source (while samples from...
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    During upheavals etc. cities suffer more than...

    During upheavals etc. cities suffer more than countryside.

    Here is example from two regions of Poland during the "Deluge" (disastrous wars of 1648-1667):
    ...
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    They should have checked a model assuming the...

    They should have checked a model assuming the resurgence of local (pre-Imperial) population:

    Target: Rome_LA [300-700 AD]

    Source 1: Rome_IR [0-300 AD]
    Source 2: Rome_IA [900-0 BC]

    Not sure...
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    Roman soldier FN_2 from Monachium dated to ca....

    Roman soldier FN_2 from Monachium dated to ca. 300-500 CE plots in the PCA just like Republican Romans several centuries before him.

    Or is it just my impression?

    Another question - why didn't...
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    Two-way mixture models for individuals from...

    Two-way mixture models for individuals from 300-700 AD, Table S24:

    Germany_Late_Roman was that Roman soldier FN_2 who resembled genetically Republican Era Romans, or maybe Celtiberians:
    ...
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    The map for 300-700 AD shows immigration from the...

    The map for 300-700 AD shows immigration from the direction of Gallia and Britannia, not Central Europe:

    See the blue arrow, which shows North-Western (rather than just northern) source of the...
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfEck9mUoJA

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfEck9mUoJA
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    I do not think so. But rumours were saying that...

    I do not think so. But rumours were saying that there would be a difference.

    And that Romans would be Mycenaean-like genetically (= South Italian-like).

    I saw people claiming that Rome was...
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    Nope. I have heard rumours saying that Rome...

    Nope.

    I have heard rumours saying that Rome was founded by Greeks and genetics will confirm this legend.

    If those rumours were true, we should be seeing South Italian-like genetics already...
  19. Some people have problems with chronology and...

    Some people have problems with chronology and claim that Pre-Imperial samples are "early Latins, not Romans". Samples from 900-27 BCE, so only 150 years before and over 700 years after foundation of...
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    Samples from 900-27 BCE, so 150 years before...

    Samples from 900-27 BCE, so 150 years before foundation of Rome (753 BCE) and over 700 years after foundation of Rome. And yet you claim they are not Romans but "early Latins" ???

    They are Romans...
  21. Okay, so rumours about Early Romans being South...

    Okay, so rumours about Early Romans being South Italian-like are not confirmed.

    This PCA shows Republican Era Romans in Latium were probably like modern Piedmontese (North-West Italians):

    Only...
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    No, these samples range from 900 BCE to 27 BCE...

    No, these samples range from 900 BCE to 27 BCE and genetic profile did not change much in that period. Rome was founded in 753 BCE. Median age of these samples is given as "320 BCE Roman Republic"...
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    Okay, so rumours about Early Romans being South...

    Okay, so rumours about Early Romans being South Italian-like are not confirmed.

    This PCA shows Republican Era Romans in Latium were probably like modern Piedmontese (North-West Italians):

    Only...
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    Slavic-admixed samples from Kaunas region / Lauda...

    Slavic-admixed samples from Kaunas region / Lauda region (West Aukštaitija and WA/SZ borderland):

    Kit number --- sample

    MR6470190 --- LTG301
    FQ9044985 --- LTG362
    LX9634983 --- LTG451...
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    There are some Slavic-admixed samples also in...

    There are some Slavic-admixed samples also in Rytų Aukštaitija (East Aukštaitija), likely from southern parts of this region:

    Kit number --- sample

    SW3724449 --- LTG134
    UK1317165 --- LTG248...
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