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  1. This thread is temporarily closed until Ygorcs...

    This thread is temporarily closed until Ygorcs regains his composure and his civility. When it reopens I expect no more of these PERSONAL ATTACKS.
  2. This thread is temporarily closed until Ygorcs...

    This thread is temporarily closed until Ygorcs regains his composure and his civility.
  3. How freaking dare you? You'd better man up...

    How freaking dare you?

    You'd better man up and learn how to take criticism of your work without getting hysterical and playing the race card and insulting everyone who disagrees with you.

    Go...
  4. I am getting really sick of your virtue...

    I am getting really sick of your virtue signalling and your snide comments about the people here, virtually saying that anyone who disagrees with your analysis is a racist.

    I don't give a damn if...
  5. Of course, why believe one of the authors of the...

    Of course, why believe one of the authors of the paper, who see him as Crete like when our own hobbyist expert sees it otherwise?
  6. I completely agree. It would be like finding 8...

    I completely agree. It would be like finding 8 samples in a burial in the 17th century in Mexico and labeling them Spanish colonialists when one is actually Spanish, one is his mestizo son and the...
  7. Why do you assume that the Southern Italians in...

    Why do you assume that the Southern Italians in the late Bronze or Iron Age didn't already possess this ancestry?
  8. I'm sorry, but I think Azzurro has flipped his...

    I'm sorry, but I think Azzurro has flipped his lid. When we have samples from the appropriate places and time periods in Southern Italy we'll know what the pre-Greek "natives were like, what the...
  9. Yes, the late antiquity Romans among whom Maciamo...

    Yes, the late antiquity Romans among whom Maciamo found travelers from England, Scandinavia, France etc. Of course there couldn't be travelers from the east.

    The stupidity and blind agenda driven...
  10. The figures are somewhat skewed in the western...

    The figures are somewhat skewed in the western countries because of the high numbers of Muslims.

    There's no such excuse for the eastern countries or the Balkans.

    There are no Jews left and it...
  11. From Kilinc: "Previous work [6...

    From Kilinc:
    "Previous work [6] had noted genetic affinity between Kumtepe from northwest Anatolia and the Tyrolean Iceman [23] from northern Italy. We found that the three Remedello individuals...
  12. What would be interesting is an analysis of all...

    What would be interesting is an analysis of all Europeans using the Tepecik instead of the Barcin sample.

    Regardless, of course, Tepecik is what should be used for at least Italy if we're going...
  13. I told you not to spout unsubstantiated...

    I told you not to spout unsubstantiated hypotheses here. In fact, I specifically told you not to continue to spam posts about this without documented data.

    I guess you didn't think I was serious....
  14. Please provide reputable academic sources showing...

    Please provide reputable academic sources showing regions in Northern Italy having above 25% I1 and U-106, which, as I pointed out to you are the only ydna which can safely be attributed to Germanic...
  15. All insignificant percentages not probative of...

    All insignificant percentages not probative of your point.

    Drop it.
  16. You keep saying it was quite significant but you...

    You keep saying it was quite significant but you have yet to prove any such thing. Since you're making the assertion it is up to you to present the data from academic sources to substantiate it.
    ...
  17. I guess a lot of people didn't read this paper...

    I guess a lot of people didn't read this paper either, or chose to ignore it? Now, granted, it's hard to do IBD back really far, but still, looks like there must be a non-negligible amount of...
  18. We go around and around and around, but some...

    We go around and around and around, but some things are clear:

    We've known since the 2016 Kilinc paper often discussed here that if one Anatolian sample is to be used for Southern Europeans, it is...
  19. I think your friend is correct. As to Italian...

    I think your friend is correct.

    As to Italian gardens, they've incorporated more flowers as time has gone on, but in my experience they're still nothing like an English cottage garden.

    Isola...
  20. Thread: Origin of Pasta

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    I doubt it. I'm sure that as soon as chicken...

    I doubt it. I'm sure that as soon as chicken became commonly available it would occur to people to cook it in all the various ways they cooked other meats: boil, stew, bake, fry.

    Apicius'...
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    I have no idea who we got it from, if anyone, but...

    I have no idea who we got it from, if anyone, but we do that as well; it's excellent.

    Latte dolce fritto alla ligure.
    ...
  22. English medieval gardens owed something to the...

    English medieval gardens owed something to the memory of Roman gardens. After all, wandering tribesmen aren't planting decorative gardens.
    ...
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    Fabulous even if only half as lovely.

    Fabulous even if only half as lovely.
  24. The temperature needs to cool down here. Is the...

    The temperature needs to cool down here. Is the question as to whether the "extra" "Levantine" in southern Italians/Sicilians is a couple of percent or ten percent so earth shatteringly important? I...
  25. That is completely over the line, and you owe...

    That is completely over the line, and you owe bigsnake and the rest of us an apology. The poster here who is triggered, super aggressive and incredibly emotional is you. You became completely...
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