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  1. Yes, I know about the provenance of the Dodecad...

    Yes, I know about the provenance of the Dodecad samples, and trust them. Pity about the rest.
  2. Iberia-Copper Age to social complexity and growth of towns

    Came across this and found it very interesting. Mostly about the Greek influence in Southeast Spain.

    The_fortified_settlement_of_La_Picola_Sa.pdf
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    Italian versus Spanish

    Yes, an Italian could travel to Spain and make himself understood even without speaking a word of Spanish. It would be even easier the other way around, I think.

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  4. Most Unique Roman Villa Find in Britain in 100 years

    It's not so much the mosaic floor and indication there was a bath house which interested me as the fact that after the disasters of the third century there was a resurgence of a sort in Roman...
  5. Still seems too steep to me for the HGDP sample....

    Still seems too steep to me for the HGDP sample. It's like they're from completely different provinces. From my own results, yes, I'm always closer to TSI than to the HGDP sample, but the...
  6. Good work, Jovialis. I have two questions,...

    Good work, Jovialis. I have two questions, though.

    What, given there's a significant amount of R1b U152, for example, in Sicily and Calabria, would explain there's 0 % Beaker in them?

    Also,...
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    She's so incredibly sweet. :) Here's a little...

    She's so incredibly sweet. :)

    Here's a little Sicilian girl who is definitely NOT sweet. She's an absolute terror. I have no idea why foreigners often think Italian women are so passive; they're...
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    So basically, as far as Italy is concerned,...

    So basically, as far as Italy is concerned, you're hanging your hat on one paper: Boattini et al.

    Sorry, that's not good enough. I don't see how you can base an entire hypothesis for Italy on one...
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    One can't just use the set of samples one...

    One can't just use the set of samples one prefers. That goes for both the Arbereshe of Cosenza and the Italians as a whole. They have to be combined.

    Therefore, the 68 samples, which are probably...
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    Great, so long as you don't let history and...

    Great, so long as you don't let history and archaeology get in your way.
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    We don't know if Catacomb people just moved...

    We don't know if Catacomb people just moved directly south west from the steppe or mixed with "Old Europe" type people along the way.

    Those Parma Beaker samples are also mixed with locals if I...
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    South and East of Genova is La Spezia at 0% and...

    South and East of Genova is La Spezia at 0% and then Toscana, which is again much lower. It makes little sense to me that Genova alone would have 16% but of course you're entitled to believe whatever...
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    I've gone back over all the yDna papers on Italy...

    I've gone back over all the yDna papers on Italy in my files: De Gaetano, Cruciani, Battaglia and Semino. They have many more samples than does the Boattini paper, but none of them break it down by...
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    Pity we only have the Boattini study that breaks...

    Pity we only have the Boattini study that breaks it down to sub-clade level, because I always found it odd that Genova has 16%, but La Spezia in the same province has 0%. That's the problem when you...
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    Distance to: Angela 8.36580540...

    Distance to:
    Angela


    8.36580540
    Armenoi_Crete:I9123:Lazaridis_2017


    10.74503141
    Helladic_Logkas_MBA:Log02:Clemente_2021
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    You should try to reproduce it. There might even...

    You should try to reproduce it. There might even be a youtube or google.it post which gives measurements for a Veneto style filling. If that seems too daunting, are there no Italian import stores...
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    As to E-V13 in Provence and environs: "Roy J....

    As to E-V13 in Provence and environs:
    "Roy J. King, Julie Di Cristofaro, Anastasia Kouvatsi, Costas Triantaphyllidis, Walter Scheidel, Natalie M. Myres, Alice A. Lin, Alexandre Eissautier, Michael...
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    At some point it would be good to compare the...

    At some point it would be good to compare the Tyrrhenian Calabrians, the Ionian Calabrians, and the "Greek" Calabrians of the Aspromonte enclave just north of Reggio Calabria autosomally.
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    Maybe just mercenaries hired by the Byzantines...

    Maybe just mercenaries hired by the Byzantines from the same part of the world? The Varangians? That's all the Normans were initially as well, after all.

    Or, it could be Greek migration, perhaps?...
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    The interesting thing is that you find the E-V13...

    The interesting thing is that you find the E-V13 in coastal Liguria, but not in the Ligurian Appennines. If, as some think, it came from the northern Balkans into Italy I would think it would be...
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    Notice it's not the "Slavic" R1a, of which...

    Notice it's not the "Slavic" R1a, of which there's virtually none in Italy. It might be from the Balkans, but prior to the arrival of the Slavs, although I'm not sure how much of that is present in...
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    West means part of Western Civilization. Turkey...

    West means part of Western Civilization. Turkey has been cut off from that since the arrival of the Turkic peoples and the adoption of Islam, i.e. no Renaissance, no Enlightenment etc.

    Of course,...
  23. You should be looking for "N". Plus, they were...

    You should be looking for "N". Plus, they were already admixed when they arrived.
  24. We knew this all the way back in the days when...

    We knew this all the way back in the days when Dienekes was posting, but it's been confirmed.

    See Wang et al:

    In contrast, the oldest individuals from the northern mountainflank itself, which...
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    What I find highly interesting is the significant...

    What I find highly interesting is the significant percentages of R1a-M17 in Apulia, Calabria Ionica, and especially Grecia Salentina, and the paucity of J1 even in the south.

    For those who may...
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