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  1. This paragraph is all based on the speculations...

    This paragraph is all based on the speculations of a chapter written 12 years ago by Andrea Cardarelli who teaches Prehistory and Protohistory in Rome. The attempt to reconcile the archaeological...
  2. Nope, Etruscan male was J2b-L283. J2a has been...

    Nope, Etruscan male was J2b-L283. J2a has been found in the Marche region in the Neolithic period.
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    Indeed, more ancient samples, much older than...

    Indeed, more ancient samples, much older than Mokrin, would be helpful. There was a rumor that an older sample of Mokrin had been found between Moldova and Romania, but I never heard anything more...
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    Yes, I immediately noticed that the hypothetical...

    Yes, I immediately noticed that the hypothetical point of origin (origin of the initial spread) centred in the vicinity of southern Poland and you came to mind.
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    This may be of interest to you, from a recent...

    This may be of interest to you, from a recent study. J2b2-L283 arrived before 2000 years ago in Italy, in mainland Italy probably at the end of the Bronze Age, and in Sardinia it might be arrived...
  6. Thanks for sharing, kingjohn ...

    Thanks for sharing, kingjohn

    https://i.imgur.com/J2oiyBg.png

    https://i.imgur.com/YZaNkgG.png

    https://i.imgur.com/8nC0nqA.png
  7. Good point.

    Good point.
  8. Thanks for sharing. R1b-PF7563...

    Thanks for sharing.

    R1b-PF7563 https://www.yfull.com/tree/R-PF7563/


    J2b2-M241 https://yfull.com/tree/J-M241/
  9. Regardless of whether or not what this study...

    Regardless of whether or not what this study claims about the skin color of these Bronze Age samples from northern Greece is correct, in my opinion it is quite wrong to make a comparison between a...
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    Definitely not. The idea that the Minoans were...

    Definitely not. The idea that the Minoans were Uralic speakers is not supported by any evidence and is also rejected by the autosomal DNA of the Minoan samples analyzed so far.

    Peter Revesz...
  11. The answer is simple, because they are two...

    The answer is simple, because they are two different calculators created by two different persons.
  12. First Bronze Age Human Mitogenomes from Calabria, Grotta Della Monaca, Southern Italy

    First Bronze Age Human Mitogenomes from Calabria (Grotta Della Monaca, Southern Italy)

    Genes 2021, 12(5), 636; https://doi.org/10.3390/genes12050636

    Abstract: The Italian peninsula was host to...
  13. Sticky: Marinetti is a linguist and her paper focuses...

    Marinetti is a linguist and her paper focuses only on Venetic, it's not really her job to solve what you're talking about. Perego is an archeologist.
  14. Sticky: A paper released in 2020. "La posizione...

    A paper released in 2020.

    "La posizione linguistica del venetico è stato un tema ampiamente dibattuto in passato, e non ancora pervenuto ad un assetto definitivo. L’appartenenza del venetico alla...
  15. Sticky: Who are the 4 samples on which the Middle Bronze...

    Who are the 4 samples on which the Middle Bronze Age North Italy average is based?

    If I remember correctly, the oldest sample that comes from Italy and has Steppe is the sample I2478 (2194–1939...
  16. Yes, you have to use your Gedmatch results. Just...

    Yes, you have to use your Gedmatch results. Just the percentages of the components, only. If you post them I'll do it for you.
  17. One of the two is most likely Bergamo HGDP, so...

    One of the two is most likely Bergamo HGDP, so Val Seriana, Orobic Alps/Bergamasque Alps, the other the sample of Piedmont which is also used in other MDLP calculators and should be from Val Borbera,...
  18. Which of the MDLP calculators are you referring...

    Which of the MDLP calculators are you referring to? World-22?
  19. Are you not Basque? How does it place you there...

    Are you not Basque? How does it place you there if you're Basque? You're wondering in which city you would pass unnoticed, the answer is everywhere because no one in real life cares about these...
  20. The ones you mention are all amateur calculators....

    The ones you mention are all amateur calculators. Mytrueancestry seems to be using Eurogenes K15 averages.

    There are two sets of samples generally used for the Tuscans. According to Ceph...
  21. Initial Upper Palaeolithic humans in Europe had recent Neanderthal ancestry

    Hajdinjak, M., Mafessoni, F., Skov, L. et al. Initial Upper Palaeolithic humans in Europe had recent Neanderthal ancestry. Nature 592, 253–257 (2021).

    https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-021-03335-3
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  22. Thread: E-m123*

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    Very plausible scenario.

    Very plausible scenario.
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    Sardinia, not Sicily. IT-CA stands for the...

    Sardinia, not Sicily. IT-CA stands for the province of Cagliari, Sardinia.

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-Y182141/





    It depends on which test it is. Ethnic estimates from commercial...
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    hello Sophax, welcome. North Africa has always...

    hello Sophax, welcome. North Africa has always had numerous contacts with Europe and the Levant, hard in my opinion to understand how E-V13 could have arrived in Algeria.
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    I'm not surprised that you disagree on this. ...

    I'm not surprised that you disagree on this. What you mention is not an accepted method by many scholars, there is an ongoing debate. It's more a common belief very spread in the forums, and that...
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