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  1. What are the connections beetween the Sea People...

    What are the connections beetween the Sea People and the Etruscan, the indo-european Shar-DANa bronze age warriors arrived in Sardinia and Tuscany, 2300 - 2000 BCE

    The Battle of the Delta: Ramses...
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    Etruscan Bronze Cutting Blade, Northern Italy,...

    Etruscan Bronze Cutting Blade, Northern Italy, Etruria, 7th century BCE. Two blades with the cutting edges facing outwards and blunt tips are linked by an openwork ornament. The handle is formed by a...
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    Recently an "exceptional" tomb from the 5th...

    Recently an "exceptional" tomb from the 5th Century BC likely to be that of a Celtic prince has been discovered on the outskirts of Lavau in France's Champagne region. Beyond other artefacts in the...
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    A study conducted by the anthropologist John...

    A study conducted by the anthropologist John Hawks put in evidence that with 4% of Neandertal admixture in their DNA the Tuscans are one of the population with the higher quantity of Neandertal...
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    Vallicanus, the last genetic studies on the...

    Vallicanus, the last genetic studies on the population of Piedmont demonstrate the genetic continuity of some comunity from the Early Medieval to the Modern Inhabitans of Piedmont. Probably the solid...
  6. Of the three Tuscans tested positive for R-U106...

    Of the three Tuscans tested positive for R-U106 in the R1b-U106 project at FTDNA, two are from Lunigiana and one from Massa. One of the two from Lunigiana surname is Lombardi, but obviously is a...
  7. Angela, it could be interesting for you to take a...

    Angela, it could be interesting for you to take a look to the Livi's maps of 1860 (immediately after the Union). The genetic specificity of the tuscans emerges dramatically, and doesn't point to a...
  8. Pax Augusta, Italian is the romance language with...

    Pax Augusta, Italian is the romance language with the highest number of loanwords from Germanic because of its Longobardic superstrate. Longobardic linguistic influence was higher in the northern...
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    Lombard surnames ... by the way Angela, where do...

    Lombard surnames ... by the way Angela, where do you think the blue eyes of your Avatar came from? "Farae, hoc est generationes" Paolo Diacono, Historia Langobardorum

    People of the Fara became...
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    Interesting Thread that give me the occasion to...

    Interesting Thread that give me the occasion to put in evidence an intriguing fact.

    Max Planck Institute sequenced the genome of Ust’-Ishim from Northern Siberia that dates to 45,000 years ago,...
  11. Boschi is a germanic surname...

    Boschi is a germanic surname http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Bosch
  12. Sure? European language most similar to Latin is...

    Sure? European language most similar to Latin is Romanian. Italian is a Romance language.

    "Che fai? Mi cacci?" [cit.]
  13. longobardic gaire = lance, gairethinx in Edictum...

    longobardic gaire = lance, gairethinx in Edictum Rothari, St. Gallen, "assembly of the people in arms". Look for "The Origins of the European Legal Order"

    Dante's surnames means "noble lance" or...
  14. It's not a matter of celebration it's a matter of...

    It's not a matter of celebration it's a matter of heritage.

    You should know that the father of italian language Dante Alighieri was discendent of a family of the longobardic aristocracy, his name...
  15. Yes there are some, Apart from the British Isles...

    Yes there are some, Apart from the British Isles and Brittany where L21 peaks, the haplogroup is rather scattered in Europe. In Italy I think it is reasonably connected with the Normans (Northmen),...
  16. Romano, nobody matches the population means,...

    Romano, nobody matches the population means, every person has a personal genetic heritage based on the recombination of the genes of both parents. That's why I think a-dna is not very good for...
  17. I could be a good sample for autosomal DNA, my...

    I could be a good sample for autosomal DNA, my closest ethnical group both in EUROGENES and DODECAD is "Tuscan" (it works!) the second is "Western Sicilian" (Normans?). My aDNA data are:

    EEF=85,3...
  18. Tuscan Etruscan heritage is part of an old and...

    Tuscan Etruscan heritage is part of an old and misleading cultural revival that has nothing to do with nowadays genetic composition of the Tuscan people which is mainly Western European R1b-U152...
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    forget gaulish tribes, ... L21 is celto-germanic,...

    forget gaulish tribes, ... L21 is celto-germanic, which means Tacitus germanic tribe, L21 in Slovenia is compatible with Pannonia settlement of the Lombards (526-568), in western Sicily it is...
  20. Italic tribes and Latins (Latini) were both...

    Italic tribes and Latins (Latini) were both Indo-Europeans but they were not the same people (Eneide, Virgilio). Latins settled in Italy later only in the II millenium b.c. probably from the...
  21. R1b in Italy: L21/U106 are both Germanic...

    R1b in Italy: L21/U106 are both Germanic (Ostrogothic/Longobardic/Norman); U152 is Celtic Cisalpine-Gaulish, Ancient Romans were not Celtic: they were not red-haired which they considered a typical...
  22. ... I think that most of R1b-L21 in England is...

    ... I think that most of R1b-L21 in England is germanic (Völkerwanderung): subclades in the continent are older than those in the British Isles. This article on the Harvard Magazine explained why ......
  23. Hello! Probably his ancestors were gaulish...

    Hello! Probably his ancestors were gaulish auxiliares in the roman army. In Britannia in II century AD the roman empire deployed 36.000 soldiers in the auxilia and 16.500 legionnaires which was the...
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