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    You have to give me the trip info. The itinerary...

    You have to give me the trip info. The itinerary sounds great.

    This year, though, if all goes well I'm going home for the grape harvest at the end of September, beginning of October.

    As...
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    I'll say it again. U-106 and I1 are not a big...

    I'll say it again.

    U-106 and I1 are not a big enough presence in Toscana to change those "Imperial Age" Tuscans into Modern Tuscans.

    You can't even say that Germanic women changed the...
  3. Well, makes sense doesn't it? Of those not killed...

    Well, makes sense doesn't it? Of those not killed directly by conquerors, many died of our diseases, to which they had no immunity.
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    The 50% figure is only if you limit it to two...

    The 50% figure is only if you limit it to two groups.

    Also from Clemente et al:

    "The primary feature distinguishing the Helladic-Logkas-MBA from the contemporary Minoan-Lasithi-MBA, as well as...
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    For the record, we've been saying on this site...

    For the record, we've been saying on this site for years, or at least I have, that the Mycenaeans were probably R-Z103.

    I also found any relationship between the Proto-Greeks and Corded Ware...
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    I'm not going to go over and over this. Most of...

    I'm not going to go over and over this. Most of the Szolad samples were more "northern", i.e. British or Germanic like. We can trace the level of genetic impact for them because we have the yDna of...
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    So, your proof is a few textual references for an...

    So, your proof is a few textual references for an unknown number of refugees from Noricum etc. going to unknown places in Italia around 488.

    First off, I guess some of the "Romans" in the...
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    I have yet to see any factual foundation for your...

    I have yet to see any factual foundation for your point number one, but that doesn't surprise me. Furthermore, it's nonsensical. By going south they would be going straight into the mouth of the hell...
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    I completely agree with everything you just said....

    I completely agree with everything you just said.

    If you'll permit me a suggestion, only listen to what used to be called, the "lawtubers". No politics, no posturing and creating division, no...
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    If somebody pops in, and that includes the...

    If somebody pops in, and that includes the members of the Reich team when the paper comes out, with the old, well, the Germans came in and made all Italians including Central Italians more northern...
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    It is R1016, Castel de Decima, my closest sample...

    It is R1016, Castel de Decima, my closest sample from Antonio et al, and to the best of my recollection it's by no means the most "northern" of the samples, despite the fact it's very old.

    Castel...
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    Lecce is like a Baroque fantasy; so lovely. ...

    Lecce is like a Baroque fantasy; so lovely.

    Had no idea he was from an Arbereshe family. It shows their complete incorporation into Italian culture, and the inclusivity of that culture.

    I had...
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    How marvelous. I hope you have time to go to...

    How marvelous. I hope you have time to go to Pompeii for a few hours.
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    I said "hinted" to be precise, not stated. ...

    I said "hinted" to be precise, not stated.

    "discover that it was admixture of Natufian-related ancestry from the Levant—mediated by Mesopotamian and Levantine farmers, and marked by at least two...
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    Well, at least one sample was described as coming...

    Well, at least one sample was described as coming from a wealthy grave, so, there is an "elite" sample.
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    I've recently gone down a Galli-Curci rabbit...

    I've recently gone down a Galli-Curci rabbit hole. Here she is paired with Tito Schipa, whom I've always liked.

    It's just heaven. She's spoiling me for everyone else. Even with these old...
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    It's certainly possible, although I'm not an...

    It's certainly possible, although I'm not an expert in this field of science, so that's a layman's response.

    I've also heard the flood myths could be a distant memory of the flooding of the Black...
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    I could just as well read this as showing what I...

    I could just as well read this as showing what I believe the Reich group hints at: Levantine genetics (including its partial Natufian ancestry) spreading north into Anatolia, and then Anatolian...
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    They out to be a bit more careful with their...

    They out to be a bit more careful with their definitions. Eneolithic steppe did not have ENF. Later groups coming out of the steppe did.

    Doesn't give me a lot of confidence in their work.
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    What I am is an attorney by trade who has been...

    What I am is an attorney by trade who has been trained to be allergic to mounds of verbiage unattached to any actual, verifiable facts. I attempt, given the setting, to say in more "diplomatic"...
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    I think you know the answer to your question.

    Whether a sample is "autochthonous" to an area is time dependent.

    If a sample is buried in the proper context for the time, with the requisite...
  22. You do that. I'm allergic to suppositions and...

    You do that. I'm allergic to suppositions and rumor without at least citations, and I don't mean to a post on an amateur site.
  23. There have always been some problems with even...

    There have always been some problems with even academic samples, first and foremost the fact that the requisite ancestry, usually defined as four grandparents from the same area, is self reported....
  24. Never thought it was your error, Salento, but...

    Never thought it was your error, Salento, but something must have gone wrong with the selection of that sample.
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    I don't know who you are or who you think you...

    I don't know who you are or who you think you are, and I don't care. What I do know is that I don't like your tone. You could have made your point without the snarkiness and the arrogance. Change it...
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