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  1. I can buy that as a possibility, certainly,...

    I can buy that as a possibility, certainly, although it's also still possible it was a "dead end" in terms of European admixture.

    When the Dutch settled the Cape, men far outnumbered women. Some...
  2. Depends on whose map of U-152 you use. ...

    Depends on whose map of U-152 you use.

    http://adamsfamilydna.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Haplogroup-R1b-S28.gif
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  3. Very interesting. Did they mention why then LBK...

    Very interesting. Did they mention why then LBK had so little Euro Mesolithic ancestry? I also remember a paper saying this group did not contribute to the Neolithic settlements. Did the paper...
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    Ten Ligurian Dishes

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbS9hGa8OZo

    She's not going to get the pesto pasta right at home. The basil is different, the oil is different, the pasta is different, you can't get the cheese.
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  5. Australopithecus 1 million years older than thought

    WEST LAFAYETTE, INDIANA—According to a statement released by Purdue University, Australopithecus fossils discovered deep in South Africa’s Sterkfontein Caves are more than a million years older than...
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    Dual ancestry of dogs

    See: Bergstrom et al (Pontus Skogland)

    Grey wolf genomic history reveals a dual ancestry of dogs | Nature

    "The grey wolf (Canis lupus) was the first species to give rise to a domestic...
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    Very interesting. You've now taught me that...

    Very interesting. You've now taught me that people who are a combination of Iran Neo and Anatolia Neolithic are "northern" genetically.

    So grateful. I learn something new every day.
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    I'm not sure. I have to delve deeper to find out...

    I'm not sure. I have to delve deeper to find out if the following is accurate. I'm more and more skeptical of Wiki:

    "Early settlement[edit]The earliest period A, is dated to the proto Halaf...
  9. Of course I don't mind. Sorry it's hard to read:...

    Of course I don't mind. Sorry it's hard to read: 10.29 (Abruzzi) to 16.9 (West Sicily).

    I have some better West Sicily samples, though: 12-13 and:



    11.98841107
    TP08_Busby_2015
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    I have no idea why anyone would think Brak was...

    I have no idea why anyone would think Brak was "northern", and certainly not Uruk, or Jericho.

    Even Kura Araxes is the Southern Caucasus.

    When these great cities began to be built, the steppe...
  11. Well, those people hiding out in the foothills of...

    Well, those people hiding out in the foothills of the Apennines and the Apennines themselves have kept a lot of their Copper Age EEF ancestry. It shows up for me in other analyses as well.

    For...
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    5 Earliest Known Cities in the world

    You can start around 7:40, as I'm sure everyone knows the requirements:

    It starts around 3800 BC. Tied to the movement from the Caucasus south and west with their advanced metallurgy?

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  13. More in the ballpark, but still not great....

    More in the ballpark, but still not great. Perhaps because there's no Emilian or Eastern Ligurian samples? Still don't understand the Corsica matches. Some French ancestry in some of those samples?...
  14. Not that much better: Distance to: Angela...

    Not that much better:



    Distance to:
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    10.29025753
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  15. I've sort of lost the plot so I'll have to go...

    I've sort of lost the plot so I'll have to go back and try to find the other coordinates. Thanks Salento. :)



    Distance to:
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    Thanks, I was just reading it. I like the...

    Thanks, I was just reading it. I like the itinerary a lot; although I've been to some of the places before no problem going again, and I really like that it goes to Ephesus and Istanbul. :)
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    You have to give me the trip info. The itinerary...

    You have to give me the trip info. The itinerary sounds great.

    This year, though, if all goes well I'm going home for the grape harvest at the end of September, beginning of October.

    As...
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    I'll say it again. U-106 and I1 are not a big...

    I'll say it again.

    U-106 and I1 are not a big enough presence in Toscana to change those "Imperial Age" Tuscans into Modern Tuscans.

    You can't even say that Germanic women changed the...
  19. Well, makes sense doesn't it? Of those not killed...

    Well, makes sense doesn't it? Of those not killed directly by conquerors, many died of our diseases, to which they had no immunity.
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    The 50% figure is only if you limit it to two...

    The 50% figure is only if you limit it to two groups.

    Also from Clemente et al:

    "The primary feature distinguishing the Helladic-Logkas-MBA from the contemporary Minoan-Lasithi-MBA, as well as...
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    For the record, we've been saying on this site...

    For the record, we've been saying on this site for years, or at least I have, that the Mycenaeans were probably R-Z103.

    I also found any relationship between the Proto-Greeks and Corded Ware...
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    I'm not going to go over and over this. Most of...

    I'm not going to go over and over this. Most of the Szolad samples were more "northern", i.e. British or Germanic like. We can trace the level of genetic impact for them because we have the yDna of...
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    So, your proof is a few textual references for an...

    So, your proof is a few textual references for an unknown number of refugees from Noricum etc. going to unknown places in Italia around 488.

    First off, I guess some of the "Romans" in the...
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    I have yet to see any factual foundation for your...

    I have yet to see any factual foundation for your point number one, but that doesn't surprise me. Furthermore, it's nonsensical. By going south they would be going straight into the mouth of the hell...
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    I completely agree with everything you just said....

    I completely agree with everything you just said.

    If you'll permit me a suggestion, only listen to what used to be called, the "lawtubers". No politics, no posturing and creating division, no...
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