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    That's nothing but a long debunken and...

    That's nothing but a long debunken and contradictory story based on hearsay written by Gregory bar Hebraeus. He got it so wrong that he mentioned people whose lifetime were decades apart from each...
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    Your English is very convoluted and sometimes...

    Your English is very convoluted and sometimes hardly coherent to say the least, but if I get what you're saying correctly I really hope you only write ANY WORD in this forum if it is exclusively...
  3. What's this Crown Eurasian concept you're using?

    What's this Crown Eurasian concept you're using?
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    For me there is a lot that can be said about you...

    For me there is a lot that can be said about you and the education you've been given in the fact that it is clear from your writing that you think the "Europeanness" and the "national identity" of...
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    Do you still believe that pseudo-scientific myth...

    Do you still believe that pseudo-scientific myth debunken long ago? There was no glori Alexandria library by the time of Christan Egypt, let alone by the time of the Muslim invasion. The great...
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    The Ummayads fell in 750 A.D., so they couldn't...

    The Ummayads fell in 750 A.D., so they couldn't have been the ones expanding towards SSA kingdoms and tribes around 1000 A.D. Who did that were rather the already split successors of the once unified...
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    Yes, it is difficult to understand, because the...

    Yes, it is difficult to understand, because the very term ANCESTRY and HERITAGE (whether genetic, cultural, or both) necessarily implies people that only exist now in history books, they're long...
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    Am I sensing some strangely defensive reaction at...

    Am I sensing some strangely defensive reaction at the fact modern Andalusians may descend from and inherit cultural and genetic traits developed during the time of Al-Andalus before the full...
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    Are you sure about that? The Roman Imperial and...

    Are you sure about that? The Roman Imperial and Late Antiquity DNA samples tell another story, and there is substantially more Levantine admixture in modern Sicily and South Italy than in the BA...
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    I think you're dismissing the Berber contribution...

    I think you're dismissing the Berber contribution (not Persian, Levantine or "Byzantine" i.e. Graeco-Roman/Eastern Roman) too fast.

    As for SSA there were certainly SSA or heavily SSA-mixed people...
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    But is that an endonym or an exonym? Egyptian...

    But is that an endonym or an exonym? Egyptian sources, two of which even have approximate transliteration of entire sentences in what they said was the language of Cretans, named Crete Keftiu. Wasn't...
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    Me? Not at all. Carlos Quiles has a ridiculous...

    Me? Not at all. Carlos Quiles has a ridiculous idea that CWC was Proto-Uralic from Sredny Stog, Yamnaya was PIE from Khvalynsk/Repin, and both PIE and PU derived from a common Indo-Uralic language...
  13. But then how do you explain the strong isoglosses...

    But then how do you explain the strong isoglosses with the pre-Latin substrate in Romanian and the prevalence of Eastern Romance over Western Romance (Italo-Dalmarian) borrowings into old Albanian?...
  14. Thread: E1b1b is black?

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    IIRC the best model of Iberomaurusians done by...

    IIRC the best model of Iberomaurusians done by Lazaridis et all. in the Dzudzuana Cave paper indicated that ANA split from most SSA (I assume apart from Mbuti-related and Khoisan-related peoples, of...
  15. Thread: E1b1b is black?

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    Why do you think so? The fact E split from D,...

    Why do you think so? The fact E split from D, found virtually exclusively in Eurasia, and some basal E1b1b and E1b1a are found in small frequencies in East Africa, I always thought an origin in East...
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    My personal favorite hypothesis is that, since...

    My personal favorite hypothesis is that, since Uralic seems to have some uncanny if only sparse similarities with basic PIE roots (pronouns, verb conjugation, some basic words) Proto-Uralic was the...
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    EHG and WSHG were drifted and admixed population...

    EHG and WSHG were drifted and admixed population clusters of much earlier admixtures, so I think they spread far less than an older and more basal admixture like ANE. ANE is extremely widespread...
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    But who exactly was talking about a nearly...

    But who exactly was talking about a nearly complete replacement? It seems to be that that study's reference about genetic replacement after the BA in Sicily was simply confirming the evidences that a...
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    In my view (of course just a conjecture based on...

    In my view (of course just a conjecture based on what is known so far), there was a genetic cline between Morocco (Iberomaurusian) and Southwest Asia (Levant/Arabia) from more ANA (Ancestral North...
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    In these kinds of videos I was tone it down a bit...

    In these kinds of videos I was tone it down a bit in my imagination, because the authors in my opinion tend to make it a lot more fancy and sensational than it probably was for the sake of fantasy...
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    Wow I'm really surprised by this animated...

    Wow I'm really surprised by this animated reconstruction of Ur. I would've never imagined it was that big and sophisticated. I would also like to know what the timeframe in the history of that city...
  22. AFAIK North-Central Asia was probably inhabited...

    AFAIK North-Central Asia was probably inhabited mainly by Botai-like and Dali_EBA-like populations, that is, mostly a mix of EHG + ANE + East Eurasian in minor but significant proportions (~15-20%...
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    We will never know that. Unfortunately there are...

    We will never know that. Unfortunately there are some limits in historical linguistics. We can speculate about it, but there is no way to make sure that when the defining mutations of R1a and R1b,...
  24. As per the analysis of the recent Mongolian aDNA...

    As per the analysis of the recent Mongolian aDNA sample from 34 kya (Salkhit Valley), the Yana (which is the main ancestral source to ANE) had some shared ancestry with the Salkhit sample in a...
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    "Same haplogroups is same human groups whose have...

    "Same haplogroups is same human groups whose have common languages"

    That is a completely faulty premise that has been repeatedly demonstrated as incorrect by population genetics lately.

    I think...
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