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    My family lines are pretty straightforward:...

    My family lines are pretty straightforward: French and Italian for several centuries, going back to the XVIth and most probably beyond that. It's very hard to find records in Italy, but some places...
  2. By spicy and I meant more sexy or more appealing...

    By spicy and I meant more sexy or more appealing :-) But yeah, come to think about it, this is kind of subjective as personally, I prefer Med types.

    For ie, this guy may not be perfect:...
  3. Well I never said the French or Western Europeans...

    Well I never said the French or Western Europeans were ugly, far from it (and that would be stupid to say that). I said the Italians as a people were overall more handsome (some people might...
  4. Overall, I think that Italians are more...

    Overall, I think that Italians are more objectively beautiful than the French and the English (both men and women - though I think there are more beautiful women in France than beautiful men). Or...
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    As far as I'm concerned, yes I found it quite...

    As far as I'm concerned, yes I found it quite accurate, right down to the regions and the percentages (the only surprise, as far as significant percentages are concerned, is Sicily… but then I have...
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    She's mentioned in this Timeline documentary...

    She's mentioned in this Timeline documentary about Britain's bloodiest dynasty (the Plantagenets): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SV__onzXDIU&t=9s
    I love those docs, they're so interesting!

    A...
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    I got my update too. The Italian, which had...

    I got my update too. The Italian, which had decreased to 45.5%, has increased again, to 51.4%. No more Balkan/Greek, British/Irish increased, and still no identified French region. I wonder why, when...
  8. Yes, I don't know (I'm no expert, just a newbie)....

    Yes, I don't know (I'm no expert, just a newbie). I don't understand why some have it, and some don't. I have relatively close matches from Campania who don't show Sefardic ancestry on MH but who...
  9. No change for me (left) or my Mother (right)...

    No change for me (left) or my Mother (right) either. Still as crappy a report as ever…

    https://i.ibb.co/zs3nG9t/Capture-d-cran-2019-09-04-08-22-06.png
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    What Causes Alzheimer's? We Don't Really Know Yet...

    What Causes Alzheimer's? We Don't Really Know Yet"Scientists don't really know yet. Alzheimer's is likely not simply the result of one cause, but rather a combination of genetic, environmental and...
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    About the boxed numbers, this is what they say on...

    About the boxed numbers, this is what they say on their FB page: "See how close you compare to your deep dive and Ancient Samples against other users! Are you in the top 99% of your favorite deep...
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    Al-Andalus! ...

    Al-Andalus!

    https://i.ibb.co/gWP2fy0/Capture-d-cran-2019-08-23-20-39-07.png
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    French cuisine is indeed very diverse, in the...

    French cuisine is indeed very diverse, in the North West and North East we cook more with butter or lard, in the South East it's olive oil, in the South West duck fat. All regions have their...
  14. Bummer! I've been downgraded too: now only 45.5%...

    Bummer! I've been downgraded too: now only 45.5% Italian, for a total of 64% Southern Europe, 23.2% NW Europe and 3.6% Western Asian/NA. But for me it's normal that they should increase my NW Europe...
  15. In France, when you say Italian, people usually...

    In France, when you say Italian, people usually think of the Neapolitan or even the Sicilian stereotype. Blame The Godfather? And also the fact that a lof of Italian immigrants (at least in France)...
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    Procidana: ...

    Procidana:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFYVMe2gKsw
  17. I was chatting with an Italian user on Quora...

    I was chatting with an Italian user on Quora once, and he told me a cute anecdote: once he visited Sicily as a child, and somebody asked him if he was French. When he replied he was Italian, from...
  18. Thread: W3 mtDNA

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    You should take the Mtdna full sequence test to...

    You should take the Mtdna full sequence test to determine your subclade. Or maybe try to contact this guy: https://www.thecid.com and send him your Mtdna data, he might be able to help you.
    Yes, W3...
  19. Thread: W3 mtDNA

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    Ftdna sells full Mtdna sequence tests, and has a...

    Ftdna sells full Mtdna sequence tests, and has a "W haplogroup" project, where the admins and members share a lot of interesting info about W and all its subclades. They have a database of users, and...
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    I've always found him gorgeous and unbelievably...

    I've always found him gorgeous and unbelievably sexy. I've just recently discovered that he was of Italian and Irish ancestry - so THAT explains why, lol.
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    Have you checked these pages? ...

    Have you checked these pages?
    https://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_T_mtDNA.shtml
    https://www.eupedia.com/genetics/italian_dna.shtml
    Some T1 subclades are found in Italy.
    It seems rare, but...
  22. Poll: Here's the translation of a recipe I found online...

    Here's the translation of a recipe I found online (automatic translator). There are probably variations:

    250 g macaroni
    150 g Gruyère or Emmental cheese
    40 cl of liquid cream (preferably heavy...
  23. Poll: I can imagine it very well ;-) It's a regular,...

    I can imagine it very well ;-) It's a regular, popular dish in France, it's not haute cuisine and it doesn't claim to be Italian, or maybe just remotely. It's just the stuff you cook for a quick meal...
  24. Poll: Emmental or gruyère, because that's how most people...

    Emmental or gruyère, because that's how most people have their pasta in France and I've grown up that way - though now I mostly use grated goat cheese. And always raw, please! Pasteurized cheese is no...
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    My PCA plots: ...

    My PCA plots:

    https://i.ibb.co/G0qRrwp/Capture-d-cran-2019-07-22-07-56-38.png
    https://i.ibb.co/R99Pqvj/Capture-d-cran-2019-07-22-07-56-49.png
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