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    Oh you are correct, I had someone question me...

    Oh you are correct, I had someone question me about the term "Sub-Saharan Africa". I was told by someone with 100% certainty that the Sahara Desert only became Dry circa 3,500 to 3,000 BC! Of course...
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    Gaska: In regards to post 95 I am not going to...

    Gaska: In regards to post 95 I am not going to get into the history of Spain, DNA of Spain, etc, etc, as I have mentioned over and over again, I stay for most part in my own lane with respect to...
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    Jovialis: Nice work (as usual!). My results using...

    Jovialis: Nice work (as usual!). My results using data from post #22



    Distance to:
    PalermoTrapani_Combined


    19.54383953
    Anatolian_N_(n=22)
  4. Pax: Ok, well I would think some of these...

    Pax: Ok, well I would think some of these Researchers would have had access to some DNA even back then, but yes it wasn't the SNP type testing we have today. FBI labs in the USA by the 1980's had DNA...
  5. Pax Augusta: Well as I said, I only read the...

    Pax Augusta: Well as I said, I only read the abstract. I took Principal Component Scores to mean they ran Principal Components to come up with the smallest number of Factors (components) to explain...
  6. Pax Augusta: Well I don't think Principal...

    Pax Augusta: Well I don't think Principal Components analysis is wrong, it has its strengths and when used correctly is a valid statistical methodology. I was taught it in Graduate School some 25 or...
  7. Pax Augusta: Well I was as I alluded to not aware...

    Pax Augusta: Well I was as I alluded to not aware that Professor Piazza is one of these academics who has theories that are so entrenched, he can't allow anything that challenges his world view to be...
  8. Pax Augusta: For the record, I never bought it...

    Pax Augusta: For the record, I never bought it either. My post was more directed at other groups of people who live primarily North of the Alps or are Americans whose ancestors are from said regions....
  9. Pax: Without getting into the politics of the...

    Pax: Without getting into the politics of the Italian Academy, which I know little about other than what some Italian friends living here in the USA have told me, there are typically papers that are...
  10. That to me was the biggest take away I got from...

    That to me was the biggest take away I got from the paper as well. Sicilians and Southern Italians already had ancestry similar to ancient Greeks well before the Greek period starting in the 8th...
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    Sticky: Jovialis: Thanks, my single distance for all the...

    Jovialis: Thanks, my single distance for all the samples and 2-way admixture (Top 25 fits).



    Distance to:
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    2.25104420...
  12. Torzio: Thanks for the paper, I downloaded and...

    Torzio: Thanks for the paper, I downloaded and took a quick look at it. Very interesting read.
  13. Yep, we are not only piasan to ETR001, but...

    Yep, we are not only piasan to ETR001, but famiglia with ETR001. Hey, also kudos to you for keep reminding posters here that R850 is not a statistical outlier as you showed everyone with the Table...
  14. Salento: Following your post #33, I get this...

    Salento:

    Following your post #33, I get this one to one on GEDMATCH with ETR001

    https://i.imgur.com/h7IhUfO.jpg
  15. Yes, that is really close. The map you showed...

    Yes, that is really close. The map you showed converging around Tuscany where ETR001 was found is interesting.
  16. Torzio: Sorry, I was referring to ETR001 having...

    Torzio: Sorry, I was referring to ETR001 having mtdna T1a8e per one of Salento's post. So mtdna T1a clades are found in modern Italy today. So while ETR001 might not be exactly T1a1e, Salento noted...
  17. Hmm, the MRCA is hard to untangle but given how...

    Hmm, the MRCA is hard to untangle but given how close ETR001 is to those C6 Romans, but given that one to one result and what I have seen with respect to ETR001 and pretty much every modern Italian...
  18. Pax Augusta: So she is Roman (not He), so mtdna...

    Pax Augusta: So she is Roman (not He), so mtdna is the key which is T1a as Salento Noted. Jovialis post 30 shows ETR001 is very close to the C6 Med Cluster from Antonio et al 2019 and close to...
  19. Salento: In regards to you post #33, that is...

    Salento: In regards to you post #33, that is really close given you are using 7 CM as default, and not 3, etc.
  20. Interesting Salento, R850 and ETR001 have similar...

    Interesting Salento, R850 and ETR001 have similar mtnda as well or is it R850 has Y DNA T1?
  21. Dodecad 12B using updated Italian samples and my...

    Dodecad 12B using updated Italian samples and my Dodecad 12B coordinates. I am pretty close to this ETR001. Who exactly is this fellow again? Given I am pretty close to this sample, The fact that he...
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    Jovialis: Great question and while I am not in...

    Jovialis: Great question and while I am not in any way trying to read your mind, just to be clear, my interpretation of your question is sort of from a rhetorical perspective. Thus, I think it is...
  23. KingJohn: I am not a facebook subscriber. Do you...

    KingJohn: I am not a facebook subscriber. Do you have a link to the conference? Many times the abstracts of the papers will be made available on the conference website.
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    Jovialis/Salento/Cerc: I put my MTA map. The...

    Jovialis/Salento/Cerc:

    I put my MTA map. The Greek colonization in Southern Italian Mainland and Sicily we all agree started around 800 BC. Otzi is my best ancient Match on MTA but I get several...
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    Yes, they do get sloppy with there archeological...

    Yes, they do get sloppy with there archeological labeling. Still a big fan of the product.
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