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    Thanks, Regio, that's what I was remembering. It...

    Thanks, Regio, that's what I was remembering. It would have been an area perfectly placed to be out of the "traffic" of middle Eurasia, but close to both Mesopotamia and then the Levant and western...
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    Rare Coin found in Israel

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    Rare 1,800-Year-Old Coin Discovered in Israel
    RAMAT GAN, ISRAEL—According to a statement released by the Israel Antiquities Authority, a soldier on a training exercise in northern Israel...
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    Malta's Prehistoric Menu

    Probably without the LP gene, they regularly consumed porridge of cereal and milk, and, oh goodness, ricotta cheese.
    So much for all the hot air expended on tales of how much of an advantage LP gave...
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    Basal Eurasian from Eastern Arabia?

    Lazaridis seems to think so; he called the post Basal Eurasian Friday! :)

    See:
    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.02.24.432678v1

    Projecting ancient ancestry in modern-day Arabians...
  5. Very interesting indeed. I was just discussing on...

    Very interesting indeed. I was just discussing on another thread that there would be more steppe ancestry the further north you go in South Asia. This is about as far north as you can go.

    Not as...
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    Maybe when the Reich paper comes out they'll find...

    Maybe when the Reich paper comes out they'll find some; I don't know.

    I do know that I've said for over ten years that the Phoenicians were traders not traders and "settlers" like the Greeks. They...
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    Well, Mycenaeans and Sicilians cluster near one...

    Well, Mycenaeans and Sicilians cluster near one another, and we have it on the authority of this paper that Mycenaeans have no Levantine admixture.

    You can land on a PCA near someone of another...
  8. Very interesting. They shouldn't be drawing broad...

    Very interesting. They shouldn't be drawing broad conclusions about Nubians based on them in that case.

    Could you direct me to other materials on them?

    Thanks in advance. :)
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    Well, we are completely different again. I think...

    Well, we are completely different again. I think the man in the last picture is stunningly gorgeous. The prior man is too exotic for me. The first ones are of homely men. There are handsome Magrebi's...
  10. I assure you that no Roman Emperor dna has ever...

    I assure you that no Roman Emperor dna has ever been recovered, or Senatorial Rank or Equestrian or anything like that. Many of these tombs were for the poor, or sailors/merchants near the port etc....
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    You have a lot of patience, Moesan. I've given up...

    You have a lot of patience, Moesan. I've given up discussing linguistics with most people on this site because they haven't even taken a standard course on it.
  12. There are no Roman Emperor samples. After you...

    There are no Roman Emperor samples. After you post a certain number of times you can post screenshots etc.
  13. I find it very odd that a place like Sardinia,...

    I find it very odd that a place like Sardinia, with all its Anatolian farmer ancestry, people who invented the farming of cereals, and consumed them for the longest period, should carry a variant for...
  14. Celtic figurine from 1st century AD uncovered

    https://www.archaeology.org/images/News/2102/England-Celtic-Figurine.jpg[(James Fairbairn/Oxford Archaeology East)

    "CAMBRIDGESHIRE, ENGLAND—The Guardian reports that a first-century A.D. figurine...
  15. Humans and Chimps evolved from an ancestor with suspensory adaptations

    See:
    https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/7/9/eabf2474.full

    "Ardipithecus hand provides evidence that humans and chimpanzees evolved from an ancestor with suspensory adaptations"
    ...
  16. Famous Italian anti-war folk song: Gorizia tu sei...

    Famous Italian anti-war folk song: Gorizia tu sei maladetta with English subtitles


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IWsLDQ-lWY


    Anna Magnani singing a famous Neapolitan World War I song in a...
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    Since we've been talking about Wales, the Welsh...

    Since we've been talking about Wales, the Welsh Soul Man: Tom Jones. All the publicity about the women throwing panties on the stage obscures the fact that he has a wonderful voice and great stage...
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    Yes, you've got it, and then there's the other...

    Yes, you've got it, and then there's the other one: the Greeks in Greece somehow "all" disappeared, and Greece was completely resettled by Albanian shepherds and Slavs, leading to the Greeks of...
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    Exactly. I was on the phone today trying to book...

    Exactly. I was on the phone today trying to book my first shot and all the computers went down! I'm getting really demoralized.

    Apparently the Johnson and Johnson shot is a one time deal and works...
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    Your interpretation makes it sound as if I think...

    Your interpretation makes it sound as if I think Albanians are more "northern" than Greeks, when actually they are NOT more "northern" than Greeks. They're only more "Northern" than "SOME" Greeks,...
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    This is what I actually said: Who cares, other...

    This is what I actually said:
    Who cares, other than as a matter of intellectual interest, for God's sake, other than the Albanians, who apparently like to think that would make them more "European"...
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    Please list the number of the post where I said...

    Please list the number of the post where I said that.
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    You can believe what you wish. When the authors...

    You can believe what you wish. When the authors of a paper include more samples, and use newer software, changing their conclusions, I'll go with that, not with my pre-conceived notions.
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    Do some of you people even bother to read the...

    Do some of you people even bother to read the papers you say support your conclusions?
    You have some nerve. We always support our opinions based on papers, rather than the rank speculation they must...
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    Sorry, out of juice, but that was a good post.

    Sorry, out of juice, but that was a good post.
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