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  1. The 70% Latin was based on the four Latini from...

    The 70% Latin was based on the four Latini from Republican Era Rome. How representative of them they are will remain to be seen when we hopefully get more samples. The other 30% is Minoan like.

    My...
  2. Serendipity is real. For those doubting that...

    Serendipity is real. For those doubting that there are three poles of variation globally.

    See:
    Genetic Structure, Self-Identified Race/Ethnicity, and Confounding in Case-Control Association...
  3. Thread: Fun Billboards

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    Fun Billboards

    There's a sort of "practice" in the U.S. of owners of stores or businesses putting up billboards on their properties and using them to post wise, witty, pithy, or just generally humorous sayings.
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    The point is, I would submit, that in the Iron...

    The point is, I would submit, that in the Iron Age there were Slavic tribes living there alongside other groups, and the authors have access to the ancient dna of samples from those Slavic tribes....
  5. Thread: "WOKE" America

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    Brilliantly argued and elegantly expressed,...

    Brilliantly argued and elegantly expressed, Stuvane.
  6. Those who had the means left, many for...

    Those who had the means left, many for Constantinople. Those who didn't mostly died. That's true for all the major and minor urban centers not just of Italy but of all of western Europe. That's what...
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    That's the paper. This is what it says: "...

    That's the paper.

    This is what it says:

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    The Kuline individuals are more shifted towards present-day Slavicspeaking populations as compared to individuals in the Central/Northern European...
  8. Sorry, no. There is one sample labeled Liguria...

    Sorry, no. There is one sample labeled Liguria which is from Genova, the capital city of Liguria.

    Then there are a number of samples from an isolated area in the Apennines which are politically...
  9. Thread: "WOKE" America

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    She's another Davos puppet, and should learn to...

    She's another Davos puppet, and should learn to keep her mouth shut about affairs that don't concern her.
  10. The one sample labeled Liguria is from Genova....

    The one sample labeled Liguria is from Genova. The so-called Piedmont sample is actually from an area in the Apennines "recently" incorporated by Piemonte but actually mountain Ligure in origin, as...
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    Wasn't that answered in the Danubian Limes paper?...

    Wasn't that answered in the Danubian Limes paper? The "purest" Slavic group, the one which spread southward was in the Baltic, west of the Finns. That was the population they used to measure "actual"...
  12. Sorry, out of juice. Interesting paper. I'll...

    Sorry, out of juice.

    Interesting paper. I'll read it later.

    Do they differentiate in the paper between diseases like bi-polar disorder and depression? I ask, because papers on modern...
  13. If, after looking at Figure S20, people don't get...

    If, after looking at Figure S20, people don't get why samples from port cities are problematic for historical analysis, as was also shown by the paper on Carthaginian port cities, and why burial...
  14. None of these samples land in Toscana or Emilia,...

    None of these samples land in Toscana or Emilia, despite your previous calculations. Instead, as the paper stated, the C6 samples cover the area from CENTRAL Italy to Southern Italy. Of course, there...
  15. This is my whole problem with using samples from...

    This is my whole problem with using samples from a cosmopolitan center of an Empire to make conclusions about source populations for modern countries. That famous "tail" into the Levant in the case...
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    Nothing like actually reading the paper, and...

    Nothing like actually reading the paper, and especially the Supplement, as I finally found time to do.

    "According to the qpAdm models, France_IA-related ancestry is more highly concentrated in...
  17. This is the problem with so much population...

    This is the problem with so much population genetics commentary: IT SHOWS NO UNDERSTANDING OF ITALIAN HISTORY.

    As Rome was the center of the Roman Empire and so not every person buried there...
  18. We all know the answer to that.

    We all know the answer to that.
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    There is also this paper specifically on the Iron...

    There is also this paper specifically on the Iron Age in France:
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2589004222003649

    Many more Iron Age samples, but still low coverage, and still...
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    For reference purposes: from the last paper on...

    For reference purposes: from the last paper on ancient French dna from the Mesolithic to the Iron Age. I'll be interested to see if the authors of this paper used one of them or an average or what,...
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    The Aquitaine was the richest and largest of the...

    The Aquitaine was the richest and largest of the Plantagenet possessions in France. I would submit the Aquitaine is pretty Southwestern, with some of it quite Northern Spanish or Basque like. ...
  22. Thread: "WOKE" America

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    If I could give you 100 upvotes I would. ...

    If I could give you 100 upvotes I would.

    Finally, a realistic assessment of the relationship of Italy to this "European Union".
  23. If the results produced by G25 do not match at...

    If the results produced by G25 do not match at least approximately the results from formal statistical analysis, then there is something wrong with G25.

    It's really that simple. No sophistry is...
  24. They were true opposites in almost every way. ...

    They were true opposites in almost every way.

    While Rome may have been "Greekified" to some extent, the Judeans most definitely were not. Their rejection of Greek culture was the whole basis for...
  25. Btw, the Syrians of the Imperial Era were famous...

    Btw, the Syrians of the Imperial Era were famous for producing entertainers of various sorts: magicians, musicians, and dancing girls. Rome was, I am sure, the biggest venue for them.

    Ironic,...
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