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  1. I'm late, but thanks, Angela

    I'm late, but thanks, Angela
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    sorry for my erratic typing!

    sorry for my erratic typing!
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    OK for Basques and /f/ -> /h/ (before...

    OK for Basques and /f/ -> /h/ (before disappearing in the most of the regions where castillan language was spred into) - but what authorizes you to say " this persistent phonetic limitation is...
  4. Thread: Philistine DNA!

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    You have a very thin skin, man. Don't take my...

    You have a very thin skin, man.
    Don't take my words so strictly; I was rather agreeing with you, but my aim was to point to some possible mistakes, concerning your "readers" more than yourself,...
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    Some details from B. Sergent, which can clear out...

    Some details from B. Sergent, which can clear out or complicate the « tableau » (it's not completely out of topic)

    digest of mine :
    some authors spoke of « proto-latin » languages in southern...
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    only partly right, above: under different angles,...

    only partly right, above: under different angles, and their hair cut, these two pretty woman would look less "identical" (skull) - that said, I agree, yes, phenotype at individual level can confuse...
  7. BTW, where can we find the archeologic...

    BTW, where can we find the archeologic considerations leading to the ethnic identification of these two persons? Greek and Gaul?
  8. I think Nemeti were Celts, and not Germanics:...

    I think Nemeti were Celts, and not Germanics: it's only an administrative Roman consideration.
    like in Aquitania, some tribes were Aquitanians or Vascones, otehrs were Celts - administrative...
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    I don't know why you eraned a thumb down. Here...

    I don't know why you eraned a thumb down. Here <whta Wikipedia says, alike to what I red in other fora:
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    Present genetic evidence indicates that they are genetically Irish.[23] In 2011,...
  10. I correct my #399 post; Y haplo's have been...

    I correct my #399 post; Y haplo's have been considered in this thread. But I see the same mode od reasonning of Cyrus, inchanged. That said, I 've nothing against Cyrus as a person. He is very...
  11. I'm not a defender nor a destroyer of academic...

    I'm not a defender nor a destroyer of academic mainstream. But here you seem put every forumer in the same bag. Let's go further on.
    I supposed, when I red the title, this thread was focusing on...
  12. It's my opinion since a long time (but it can...

    It's my opinion since a long time (but it can change, of course) that megaliths were made by later generations of Neolitic farmers; some scientists think that even the philosophy of megalithic people...
  13. Here I disagree (the first time!). 'f-' was...

    Here I disagree (the first time!).
    'f-' was weakened and spired into 'h-' in Castillan, latin dialect formed near the Basque country (this phenomenon concerns Gascon dialect too, and surely is based...
  14. Spruithean, you're a very kind fellow, as Ygorcs....

    Spruithean, you're a very kind fellow, as Ygorcs. I admire your patience.
  15. Yes, you're right; I had forgotten these...

    Yes, you're right; I had forgotten these examples; but what you say is a parallele to my own examples, concerning effect of vocalic environment on spirations, voiceless or voiced - it's true my...
  16. it's rather the opposite (/f/ to /h/) which can...

    it's rather the opposite (/f/ to /h/) which can occur, the most of the time and more naturally - I suppose /h/ to /f/ ask for a /w/ sound combination, via a back-vowell environment, and even like...
  17. You have been mistaken by the curious first...

    You have been mistaken by the curious first column of Cyrus (Germ-PIE, what a monster!) -
    It would be rather in PIE that f is missing! But Celtic created a /f/ sound in more than a case, by instable...
  18. The legitime but messy intellectual curiosity of...

    The legitime but messy intellectual curiosity of Cyrus push him to do weird shirt cuts.
    concerning his chart, and to excuse him whatetver some inconsistancies, I suppose it concerns only initial...
  19. I have not time to go deep into this...

    I have not time to go deep into this (interesting) question just now but:
    Celtic: *w has given f in Gaelic only, it's a late evolution in front of the Brittonic gw- ,but in Celtic it was still w ;...
  20. If I rely on this, concerning pigmentation, I...

    If I rely on this, concerning pigmentation, I could say, roughly:
    - this blue eyes mutation was at first a (maybe) Paleo one, of western HG's pops, and reached northern pops, perhaps associated with...
  21. Yule would be the evolution of an anglo-saxon...

    Yule would be the evolution of an anglo-saxon 'geôl', or 'giuli', so apparently nothing in common with 'wheel' from 'hweol' or Danish 'hjul' from a proto-Germanic *hwehwla, itself from a PIE *kw-...
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    Poll: I've no knowledge (todate) about symbols and...

    I've no knowledge (todate) about symbols and religion of Celts - I read somewhere boar and lark were among their "totemic" animals but without certainty.
  23. when we try to analyse internal evolution of some...

    when we try to analyse internal evolution of some genes distribution we have to do it in an inbreeding pop; it's very not the case for the US which saw a lot of changes in the geographic origin of...
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    Poll: The Cina symbol and other symbols of close shape...

    The Cina symbol and other symbols of close shape (some turning on the opposite direction) seems having been widely spred, as the "swastika' so appreciated by Nazis. I don't know the value we can give...
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    Poll: Maybe you're right - in my remembrance, 'Keltoi'...

    Maybe you're right - in my remembrance, 'Keltoi' was mentioned by Greeks who colonized the Provence in Southeastern Gallia and the term was taken by Latins later under the form 'Celtae' - 'Galati'...
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