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    on the PCA's I've Albanians are far enough from...

    on the PCA's I've Albanians are far enough from Northern Italians and even Toscans, and are between Southern Italians from a side, and Bulgarians & Romanians on another side, so close enough to...
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    I go back lately here, sorry- When I look at...

    I go back lately here, sorry-
    When I look at these maps, the opposition between the "Basque" R1b distribution and the other "iberian" R1b ones is stricking: the Basque one seem a natural cline of...
  3. to do short, first Germans was very north...

    to do short, first Germans was very north shifted, even if they had contacts as "pupils" with Celts at some stage -
    they were not a compound where Celts took a big part and exchanged Y-lineages and...
  4. - I would prefer have the syntax of ancient...

    - I would prefer have the syntax of ancient Germanic than to comparate modern Germanic languages.
    Concerning Y-haplo's it seems to me that the post-L11 bearers of R1b lineages having given U106 were...
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    I am not very convinced by all these lists of...

    I am not very convinced by all these lists of words supposed of "common" roots, where voluntarism play the first role. It spite me.
  6. Thanks for the link: I had a glance at it, very...

    Thanks for the link: I had a glance at it, very quickly; it needs more acute reading to weight the diverse ressemblances/differences - ATW you 're right: Sergent's book is of just before the 2000's,...
  7. It's not sure the southern Veneti language was in...

    It's not sure the southern Veneti language was in between Celtic and Italic, it seems they were rather on the Italic side, the Latino-Faliscan one, and was an archaic form stayed longer in North in...
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    Saying Celts formed in S-Germany doesn't say...

    Saying Celts formed in S-Germany doesn't say nothing about the datings -
    I don't believe BB's (of C- & N-Europe) spoke a Celtic language, but I think they spoke an I-E's one, archaic, or they...
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    @Johen: I have no opposition to what you wrote...

    @Johen:
    I have no opposition to what you wrote here, only questions; La Tène is late so I don't see any obstacle to Celts and Scythians (or pops close to Scythians) contacts I was focalizing on art...
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    @Johen We are not sure of the first dates of...

    @Johen
    We are not sure of the first dates of Celtic colonisation in Western Europe - La Tène culture is relatively late and it's said that Celts had contacts with the Scythians or at least the...
  11. Thread: Corsican DNA

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    I rather agree with your above post, Angela.

    I rather agree with your above post, Angela.
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    I was prudent in my post, for good reasons (and I...

    I was prudent in my post, for good reasons (and I thought you are very interested in haplos and subclades stories). I had not heard of ancient DNA of Belgae; I suppose they base their naming upon...
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    I suppose Vikings could be compared to some...

    I suppose Vikings could be compared to some sea-nomads in a way; pshychologically or culturally close to land nomads when they were raiders and plunderers. Basically Scandinavians, they can have...
  14. completely irrelevant, Cyrus. the first element...

    completely irrelevant, Cyrus.
    the first element 'Bask' is a local pronounciation (local, in fact common to a vaste area from Northern Spain to Northern Corsica encompassing Gascogne and Languedoc)...
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    tHE QUESTION REMAINS/ IS THIS NAME TUKRI APPLIED...

    tHE QUESTION REMAINS/ IS THIS NAME TUKRI APPLIED TO THE REAL ANCESTORS OF THE AGNI-KUCHI OF OUR ERA speaking these I-E languages?
    according to what I read, it was unsure.
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    I wonder if I did not read that Tokharian was an...

    I wonder if I did not read that Tokharian was an inaccurate ame for Agni-Kuchi, these IE last ones living very later and the former name concerning perhaps another ethnic group. Just to answer to the...
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    @Maciamo It's just a picking in Wikipedia: ...

    @Maciamo
    It's just a picking in Wikipedia:



    L21 > DF13 > DF1/L513 > S5668 > Z16340+ : Marqueur Menapii (Ménapien).
    L21 > DF13 > DF1/L513 > S5668 > Z16340 > FGC9784+ : Type irlandais no 2...
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    Always from B. SECHER's blog: ... Les auteurs...

    Always from B. SECHER's blog:
    ...
    Les auteurs ont ensuite effectué une Analyse en Composantes Principales basée sur la fréquence des haplogroupes mitochondriaux:...
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    De manière intéressante l'Âge du Fer Européen est...

    De manière intéressante l'Âge du Fer Européen est la période archéologique la plus ancienne pour laquelle une documentation écrite est disponible. Ces textes décrivent la Gaule et les habitudes...
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    Thanks to Bernard SECHER ...

    Thanks to Bernard SECHER

    jeudi 1 août 2019
    Etude archéo-génétique de deux...
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    All Y-R1b, seemingly, but the depth is very...

    All Y-R1b, seemingly, but the depth is very shallow if I believe B. Sécher -
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    Iron Age Gauls: brand new news!

    Here under a new paper about Normandy and Burgundia (NF Burgoyne!) Iron Age Gaulish sites -
    Under paywall allas! the Bernard Sécher Free Blog speaks about it in french : it seems they did not make...
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    at first sight, it's surprising! But your basic...

    at first sight, it's surprising!
    But your basic hypothesis is surprising in itself: so in the world, there have been (in some way) a fishers universal language and a farmers universal language???...
  24. the problem is that Celtic languages lost *P, not...

    the problem is that Celtic languages lost *P, not *F, according to serious linguists - ATW this new reconstruction of PIE by Cyrus seems very confused and counter-intuitive- all these IE languages...
  25. It appears that this "Gaul" is rather a...

    It appears that this "Gaul" is rather a Celtiberian; whatever his Y-haplo he's very close to modern Celts and N-W Germanics!

    @Tomenable: concerning modern Central and Southern France, the...
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