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    They wouldn't have necessarily been kicked out if...

    They wouldn't have necessarily been kicked out if they converted to Christianity or were Christian.

    Not all Levantines were Muslim.
    Not all Jews stayed Jews, many converted.

    Not all...
  2. - Vandals/Vandals who converted to Islam - Slave...

    - Vandals/Vandals who converted to Islam
    - Slave traders
    - Barbary Pirates
    - Regular old fashioned merchants, sailors throughout history.
    - European soldiers from one of many military campaigns...
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    You're just focusing on one type of R1b but let's...

    You're just focusing on one type of R1b but let's take a closer look...

    This may have something to do with how the Romans divided up land and managed the provinces.

    The Roman provinces in Gaul...
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    I've read about J2s and Es in the Neolithic but...

    I've read about J2s and Es in the Neolithic but these populations may not be responsible for the majority of J2s in Western Europe. They may have no connection to most J2s in Europe today, the...
  5. Italy was the center of the world for a long...

    Italy was the center of the world for a long time. It was the capital of the Roman Empire. People in the Empire aspired to earn Roman citizenship and move to Rome.

    Italy also become the center...
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    The Phoenicians and Carthaginians were traders...

    The Phoenicians and Carthaginians were traders originating from J2 dominated areas.

    Writing began out of necessity. They had to count resources and keep track of them.

    If the Greeks picked up...
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    J2's in Italy arrived a long time after the...

    J2's in Italy arrived a long time after the founding of the Roman Empire. Before the Punic Wars the Romans weren't great sailors.

    The Italian peninsula was attracted a lot of people from all...
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    Pelasgians were people there before Greeks. ...

    Pelasgians were people there before Greeks. They could be those G haplogroup dominated groups from the neolithic.
  9. Weren't the 3 bodies from those 2 studies from...

    Weren't the 3 bodies from those 2 studies from 5000-3000 BC?
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    They may have not spoken proto-AfroAsiatic. ...

    They may have not spoken proto-AfroAsiatic.

    Berber language is in its own branch of the Afro-Asiatiic language tree but their language could have easily originated with early Eurasian...
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    Ancient Eurasians crossed the Atlantic on canoes?...

    Ancient Eurasians crossed the Atlantic on canoes?

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    Modern researchers are not taking into account the possibility that many natives mixed with early European settlers in the NorthEast.
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    1) North Africans displaced by Eurasian migrants...

    1) North Africans displaced by Eurasian migrants that invaded North Africa.


    or

    2) Coastal North African aquatic hunter/gatherers. Changing climate enticed them to move up the coasts...
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    A lot of blue eyed people lived in areas with...

    A lot of blue eyed people lived in areas with cold weather. Less sweet and starchy things to eat. Caucasian people with darker eyes came from areas where they are more honey, fruits, and grains? ...
  15. Trombetta study was done using DNA from living...

    Trombetta study was done using DNA from living people, in modern times. They were using blood and swap samples. They were using living people. The claim is that E-V13 must have happened in...
  16. Thread: Hitler's Y-DNA?

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    It's probably how it happened. Took a long time...

    It's probably how it happened. Took a long time to get to the next step.
  17. The truth is that none of the studies show E1b1b...

    The truth is that none of the studies show E1b1b being present prior to the Neolithic or in the early Neolithic. At the Carpathian site, the E1b1b remains were found at 2 sites among other foreign...
  18. Thread: Hitler's Y-DNA?

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    The people who domesticated dogs went on to...

    The people who domesticated dogs went on to become farmers. Dog domestication was the first step to agriculture.

    From breeding dogs, prehistoric man likely learned to breed other animals.

    All...
  19. The body was dated to around 5000-4000 BC. 1...

    The body was dated to around 5000-4000 BC. 1 body amongst several. 5 out of the 6 male bodies genetically screened belong to the G haplogroup.

    We got look back at the rest of the world at the...
  20. All these studies point to G haplogroup males...

    All these studies point to G haplogroup males being in Europe a long time before E1b1b's and others showed up. The E1b1b skeleton was found among G haplogroup males. G's were the majority.

    For...
  21. 27 specimens. Only 7 could be identified. 6...

    27 specimens. Only 7 could be identified. 6 males, 1 female.

    1 out of the males was e. 5 of the males were G.

    Again, a sample from around the same time period as the Carpathian Basin...
  22. Thread: Hitler's Y-DNA?

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    The domestication of dogs is controversial. Many...

    The domestication of dogs is controversial. Many studies link dogs to Central Asia around 50,000-30,000 years ago.
    http://gu.com/p/495my/stw
    Study that claims dogs could have been domesticated...
  23. Do you have a link?

    Do you have a link?
  24. Thread: Hitler's Y-DNA?

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    They were not there in the early Neolithic. This...

    They were not there in the early Neolithic. This is no evidence of a sizable population, just 2 bodies found in Hungary that could have come from anywhere. They could have been taken there by J...
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    If you have Eurasian ancestry, you'd assume that...

    If you have Eurasian ancestry, you'd assume that your ancestors survived famines and starvation by eating coarsely ground whole grain bread littered with sand and gravel that screwed up their teeth,...
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