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  1. Thanks, that explains it.

    Thanks, that explains it.
  2. I frequently read that Etruscan culture sprung...

    I frequently read that Etruscan culture sprung from villanovan, which itself was part of the Urnfield. However I also read that Italic culture sprung from Villanovan. Can both be correct?
  3. Thread: R1b-L51

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    As an interested amateur I'm probably missing the...

    As an interested amateur I'm probably missing the obvious. Why is Steppe R1b-P269 not descended from Neolithic East European R1b-P297. On explanation is that R1b picked up CHG in the Caucasus but...
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    How can any language be "older" than another....

    How can any language be "older" than another. Haven't all languages evolved from the same homo sapien source?
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    The men didn't necessarily adopt the language of...

    The men didn't necessarily adopt the language of the women. They may not have hung arround. It was the children who adopted the language of their mothers.
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    The asumption always seems to be that when...

    The asumption always seems to be that when mutations occurred the people separated. R1b and R1a mutated some 20,000 years ago. No doubt some groups went their own way but the R1a and R1b Indo...
  7. In this and many other threads, the assumption is...

    In this and many other threads, the assumption is that when R1a and R1b mutated some 20,000ya they also divided into separate tribes and recombined on the Steppe 7,000 ya to become PIE, from which...
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    Just to clarify, are you saying that the Insular...

    Just to clarify, are you saying that the Insular Celtic developments probably occurred after the Q/P split and after Continental Celtic had died out? Presumably Breton either followed the Insular...
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    Brythonic/Gaulish/Belgic

    I frequently read that Brythonic, being an Insular Celtic language, had more in common with Goidelic. Although Brythonic had adopted the p-celtic fashion, how could it be so similar to Gaulish? Could...
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