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    Thanks Regio, you’re kind :) Sorry me Angela....

    Thanks Regio, you’re kind :)

    Sorry me Angela. :)

    In fact this is not a topic about the Y J2b2 lineage. In an effort to collaborate I did not see the observation below, made by Regio in his...
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    @Pax Augusta @Regio X ...

    @Pax Augusta @Regio X





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    Good morning dear friend Salento. Now you can and...

    Good morning dear friend Salento. Now you can and should speak Latin LOL.

    It is true. They were people like us. Identification with numbers makes life easier for scientists, but it brings a...
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    In another thread the discussions were a bit...

    In another thread the discussions were a bit heated when discussing the origin of the Etruscans based on the supposed migration route of the paternal line J2 (Proto-Illyrians, Dalmatians/Illyrians,...
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    This was already a modern woman. Think about how...

    This was already a modern woman. Think about how advanced Roman culture was in terms of customs. She, in addition to running the house, ran her husband's bakery business.

    Nowadays, in Saudi...
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    I consider the matches with these samples only as...

    I consider the matches with these samples only as overlaps, considering that the ancient Iberians also received genetic inflows from central Europe throughout history. I don't see myself as...
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    LOL. Hello Angela, good morning. There is no...

    LOL. Hello Angela, good morning.
    There is no reason for disputes. You two are real Italians. I believe that nowadays technology sometimes leads us to hasty conclusions about how people behaved...
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    Good morning Salento. Sorry for the delay in...

    Good morning Salento.

    Sorry for the delay in replying. I will quote a saying from Minas Gerais (typical of my state, Minas Gerais). "I sleep with the chickens and I wake up with them.” It...
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    The new Carusu is younger and happier. ;) ...

    The new Carusu is younger and happier. ;)


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    It's true Pax. Very similar. Very nice :) ...

    It's true Pax. Very similar. Very nice :)

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    Very cool, Angela. Congratulations to your husband, and "Have Caesar." :) Before I visiting Pompeii ruins, I wrote the word "Ave" without the "h", like in Portuguese. But there, when I entered in a...
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    Hi Carlos, Good nickname. It reminds Enrico...

    Hi Carlos,

    Good nickname. It reminds Enrico Caruso, Italian tenor, considered even by the illustrious Luciano Pavarotti, the greatest performer of classical music of all time. I know how is the...
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    @ Salento. Ask for yourself. He is in you. It is part of your essence. He will answer you. With your sensitivity you will know how to give him a name, and surely that was his name when was alive...
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    Thank you Regio. It was an authentic lesson of...

    Thank you Regio. It was an authentic lesson of an expert on how the “lineages” of certain haplogroups may or may not thrive. In the dynamics of evolution there are variables that we cannot count on...
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    @Salento @Jovialis.

    Congratulations dear friends. I know that the Etruscan people were very evolved, but the Latins learned the art of war better and the Etruscans were absorbed. But it was...
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    Many changes. I can’t post all. ...

    Many changes. I can’t post all.

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    Mytrueancestry.com

    Me too, LOL:

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    3900 BC is 3900 Before Christ. It’s the...

    3900 BC is 3900 Before Christ. It’s the equivalent to 5919 ybp (nomeclature used by Y-Full), I.e. 5919 years before present (~ 6000 years age).


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    Hello Regio.
    You're right. All lineages that have survived to the present are victorious, no matter the relative number of individuals in relation to the whole. From a certain time in the...
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    Adriana Calcanhotto - Maresia - I dedicate this...

    Adriana Calcanhotto - Maresia - I dedicate this song to all who have the spirit of a sailor. Below is the English translation and then the original Portuguese lyrics and video:

    English...
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    You're right in do not share. A love and a son...

    You're right in do not share. A love and a son in each port, like a sailor. You may not have met Adele in a London Pub. But there are many Adeles in London, Rome, Salento, and throughout the...
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    Nice. It seems that Y-Full confirms your relashionship with a dutchman. The same happens with me and a spaniard :)

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    A wonderful movie. Stunning images and an...

    A wonderful movie. Stunning images and an exciting story. The excerpt from the epilogue you posted is vibrant and the final quote could serve as the tomb’s epitaph of the last of the Mohicans.
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    Well, Salento. Less likely, average and more...

    Well, Salento. Less likely, average and more likely? Bipolar perhaps ? LOL. This may explain why the T line has expanded less than the R line. You, the Ts, are very fickle in your romantic...
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    Hi Régio. Lol. Thank you for the always timely...

    Hi Régio.

    Lol. Thank you for the always timely intervention. Salento should seem like a sailor. Must have a love and a child in each port. Thus the survival of the T line will be guaranteed...
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