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    Wait for Supreme to answer on this one, I...

    Wait for Supreme to answer on this one, I responded to your quotation of Brick
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    Roman Expansion this is an easy one, we already...

    Roman Expansion this is an easy one, we already have evidence for this

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/J-BY242/

    The Roman sample is the same age as the date of the clade.
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    Hope he changes his mind, I don't know if you saw...

    Hope he changes his mind, I don't know if you saw the L70 thread on AG, several members are posting there, including me and Supreme. Does your relative have any other J-L70 matches? Perhaps one these...
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    Luckily I can skate haha, I did before with L70....

    Luckily I can skate haha, I did before with L70.

    I like that name for the infraction, back handed insult, I have to admit that is clever.
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    This is about a Y lineage not which academic...

    This is about a Y lineage not which academic tools are the most accurate, your the one who always posts charts and the same one, surprised you didn’t post the Moots Neolithic Italy one.
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    Anyways this talk is about J-L70, we should stick...

    Anyways this talk is about J-L70, we should stick to Y dna for this to be productive.
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    For me Levantine in Italians and Greece is not...

    For me Levantine in Italians and Greece is not negotiable, you can post whatever you want, there are other studies which do in fact show you need Natufian to model. The Uniparental evidence is strong...
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    We have different sets of facts what do you want...

    We have different sets of facts what do you want me to tell you.
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    That’s more or less what I was suggesting that it...

    That’s more or less what I was suggesting that it spread from Anatolia to Greece, so no disagreement there. There is no indication of it coming from the Caucasus it is out of the range for what is...
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    How is it a non starter? The Anatolian theory...

    How is it a non starter? The Anatolian theory covers its spread moving in both directions? There is an entire scientific paper on this. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5945646/

    J-L70...
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    I personally doubt it, there are several other...

    I personally doubt it, there are several other J2a branches which fit the Caucasus origin, L70 does not. Most diversity of this clade started in LBA and EIA, so it to be very common and diverse one...
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    Currently the 2 J2a samples found in Neolithic...

    Currently the 2 J2a samples found in Neolithic Italy, are the one you posted and J-Y29673 https://www.yfull.com/tree/J-Y29677/. If you look at https://www.yfull.com/tree/J-Y17947/ the downstream...
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    Have tried using Morley to see if any snps are...

    Have tried using Morley to see if any snps are called? I am not sure if 23&me tests any downstream snps of L70, I know the Old Nat Geo used to test. All depends on how much more information you want...
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    Have you gotten your great grandfather’s Y tested...

    Have you gotten your great grandfather’s Y tested through ftdna? There are currently several Greek lines under L70, with a couple under Z40772 and under Z2177. A lot of it is still mysterious for...
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    It will probably depend on the individual...

    It will probably depend on the individual community,
    some Syrian Must’Arabi communities might be even more classical shifted like Samaritans Druze, and Lebanese.
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    Your thinking the Syrian Jewish side might be...

    Your thinking the Syrian Jewish side might be Sephardi origin?
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    Your the best you know that 👌🏼

    Your the best you know that 👌🏼
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    I already got 4 infractions in one afternoon...

    I already got 4 infractions in one afternoon KingJohn your talking to a Eupedia’s most wanted

    You don’t want to upset the mods you know!

    They already banned Swiss Cheese guy wasn’t even here...
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    I know your Syrian Jewish, Sephardi and Ashkenazi...

    I know your Syrian Jewish, Sephardi and Ashkenazi right? With some Bulgarian?

    This makes sense, this sample based on examination looks to be half Southern Italian and half Cappadocian Greek like,...
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    He didn’t even imply that, the viking was likely...

    He didn’t even imply that, the viking was likely a descendant of someone from the South, like @Supreme said the sample had 20% Southern Euro like dna. L70 in Central, North and Western Europe is...
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    You know in an era where NGS testing is the new...

    You know in an era where NGS testing is the new norm, hopefully we can see a revisiting of these older studies and see some snp testing, to see which branches proliferated where. The Cypriot paper...
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    That is interesting how close are you distance...

    That is interesting how close are you distance wise to R136?
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    https://youtu.be/HCyzGuipTd4 How do I make the...

    https://youtu.be/HCyzGuipTd4

    How do I make the video visible and not a link?
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    well we know of 2 Semitic branches that have been...

    well we know of 2 Semitic branches that have been found in many sites, J1-Z1853 and J2b-M205, the tmrca of those branches suggest a Proto Semitic timeframe to be anywhere from 7100-5900 ybp.
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    That’s not even close to being true, look at OP’s...

    That’s not even close to being true, look at OP’s post, he listed several alternatives.
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