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  1. According to the preliminary Y-DNA results VET001...

    According to the preliminary Y-DNA results VET001 is O-F140 and VET003_4 is O-L465, I don't see anything strange in their autosomal DNA. They just look like WHG + EEF + Steppe. Poor quality?



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  2. From user teepean47 "Preliminary Y-DNA results...

    From user teepean47 "Preliminary Y-DNA results created with snipsa 0.0.9. The data was not very good quality so take the results with a grain of salt"

    CAM001 Result (88.8% 739 -3 +83): R-Z37 ...
  3. Greek_Lemnos is quite distant from ETR001 and...

    Greek_Lemnos is quite distant from ETR001 and very distant from Etruscans and Latins. The Imperial-era Roman ETR001 is very similar to Iron Age Latin R437.


    https://i.imgur.com/bHLMuYY.png
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  4. Dodecad K12 https://i.imgur.com/eyJFP9M.png

    Dodecad K12

    https://i.imgur.com/eyJFP9M.png
  5. yes of course ...

    yes of course

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7186082/

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41559-020-1106-9

    Project: PRJEB35216
    https://www.ebi.ac.uk/ena/browser/view/PRJEB35216
  6. There is already a published Imperial period...

    There is already a published Imperial period Roman sample from Etruria (Chiusi, 200-400 AD). In the PCA this sample ends up with modern people from Italian Latium, I would say it has less than ~50%...
  7. The Roman imperial period changed the genetic...

    The Roman imperial period changed the genetic profile of all of Italy, as all of Italy was part of the Roman Empire. It is too early to draw conclusions, though. This study clarifies the origins of...
  8. I read it differently, if the local gene pool is...

    I read it differently, if the local gene pool is largely maintained through the first millennium BC, ten centuries, it means that foreign presences were not so numerous as to change the gene pool of...
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    It was other people who leaked some results of...

    It was other people who leaked some results of the paper on Ancient Rome, not him.
  10. Sticky: Of course I agree with you, the first model makes...

    Of course I agree with you, the first model makes no sense historically.
  11. Sticky: I made a two-way model (Dodecad K12b) for modern...

    I made a two-way model (Dodecad K12b) for modern Italians: Iron Age Italy and Italian Greeks. Iron Age Italy is the combination of all Iron Age samples from Italy (Latins, Etruscans, Villanovans)....
  12. Sticky: https://i.imgur.com/hsTfQct.png Gauls_Belgae...

    https://i.imgur.com/hsTfQct.png

    Gauls_Belgae were similar to northern French and Belgians.



    Distance to:
    Gauls_Belgae_(n=16)
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    Who were the Proto-Semites and where were they...

    Who were the Proto-Semites and where were they located?
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    There is no consensus on the location of the...

    There is no consensus on the location of the Proto-Semitic Urheimat and its dating as there is no consensus that J2a is Proto-Semitic. So J-L70 may have arrived there later and not be part originally...
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    J-L70 is older and predates the Ashkenazi Jews,...

    J-L70 is older and predates the Ashkenazi Jews, the Semites, and the Roman Imperial period.
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    Was the Viking also a Jew? You can't be sure of...

    Was the Viking also a Jew? You can't be sure of that.
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    On Y-full in addition to Italians and Greeks,...

    On Y-full in addition to Italians and Greeks, among the J-L70 there are also English, Irish, Scottish, Polish, Bulgarian, Swiss-German, Portuguese, Spanish, German, Albanian, Austrian, Ukrainian,...
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    I do not think it will be easy to calculate even...

    I do not think it will be easy to calculate even with the publication of new ancient samples, certainly now it is impossible. Since with the same models using the G25, never forget it is an...
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    Iran_N and Natufian can also come out in the...

    Iran_N and Natufian can also come out in the Balkans with these models using G25. Why is no one asking how they got there?



    https://i.imgur.com/0r9tCbj.png
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    I am not saying that there is nothing, something...

    I am not saying that there is nothing, something is certainly there the further south you go in Italy, I am saying that it is not possible to calculate it with precision, as it is not possible to...
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    None of these models can be considered definitive...

    None of these models can be considered definitive evidence. Because of the possible sampling error, because of the errors in G25, and because of the very nature of these tools, which are tools that...
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    It is enough to add the Neolithic sample...

    It is enough to add the Neolithic sample Tepecik_Ciftlik_N and both Iran_N and Natufian descend significantly in the Italian samples.


    https://i.imgur.com/2PfqsE2.png
  23. I made a two-way model (Dodecad K12b) for modern...

    I made a two-way model (Dodecad K12b) for modern Italians: Iron Age Italy and Italian Greeks. Iron Age Italy is the combination of all Iron Age samples from Italy (Latins, Etruscans, Villanovans).
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    I don't think the results are too atypical, 3.1%...

    I don't think the results are too atypical, 3.1% Anatolian and 0.9% broadly West Asian.
  25. Log02 is from Kozani, Western Macedonia. ...

    Log02 is from Kozani, Western Macedonia.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kozani_(regional_unit)
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