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  1. In many regions, in Italy for example oxen were...

    In many regions, in Italy for example oxen were present since the Early Neolithic:

    South and Central Italy: Oxen are attested in numerous sites since the time of the Impressed ware culture, so...
  2. Oxen were already used by Neolithic farmers in...

    Oxen were already used by Neolithic farmers in Europe, including the Mediterranean islands, since the sixth millennium bc, and we know that their genome originated in the Near East.
  3. There was already a trade network in the Aegean,...

    There was already a trade network in the Aegean, nearly all the obsidian the Neolithic farmers in the Aegean used came from one spot: the island of Melos.
    ...
  4. About Knossos: In the Early Neolithic...

    About Knossos: In the Early Neolithic, 6,000–5,000 BC, a village of 200–600 persons occupied most of the area of the palace and the slopes to the north and west. They lived in one- or two-room...
  5. There were many Catalan and Aragonese Knights...

    There were many Catalan and Aragonese Knights Templar, Alfonso I of Aragon left them a third of his kingdom, and there were even a few Sardinian ones and a Sardinian ruler, William I Salusio IV,...
  6. So, the iron age sample from the study about the...

    So, the iron age sample from the study about the Western Mediterranean islands comes from a town called Usellus in the Campidano region. In Roman times it apparently was a Roman colony as a bronze...
  7. Archaeological genetics: a preliminary overview of the Iron Age Italian population

    Recent studies suggest that Italian population shows a higher degree of internal genomic variability than other European populations. This scenario is the result of complex demographic dynamics,...
  8. There's a Punic sample from Tharros coming from a...

    There's a Punic sample from Tharros coming from a new study that seems to be an indigenous Sardinian:

    ...
  9. Where's the Iron age Sardinian sample from? And...

    Where's the Iron age Sardinian sample from? And why does he lack steppe admixture?
  10. Brittany had been colonized by farmers in 5000 bc...

    Brittany had been colonized by farmers in 5000 bc so how could they have been hunter gatherers?
  11. Unfortunately the name Pelasgian was used by...

    Unfortunately the name Pelasgian was used by ancient historians in an extremely vague manner and these "Pelasgians", whatever they were, were assigned dozens of different homelands so it's pretty...
  12. In late bronze age Tuscany or Northen Latium...

    In late bronze age Tuscany or Northen Latium there are very few Mycenaean imports compared to South Italy, and there's evidence of Proto Villanovan culture extending from North to South, think of the...
  13. I'm not saying Urnfield was Tyrsenian I'm saying...

    I'm not saying Urnfield was Tyrsenian I'm saying that the Villanovan culture had more in common with the Balkans and Central Europe than with the late bronze age Aegean, there are zero similarities...
  14. Villanovan culture has nothing to do with bronze...

    Villanovan culture has nothing to do with bronze age Anatolian cultures or with the Aegean cultures in general. There were movements from Central Europe and the Balkans, this is pretty clear looking...
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    Apparently not only the claim of an Etruscan...

    Apparently not only the claim of an Etruscan settlement was an exaggeration, but the site isn't even a Villanovan settlement, it seems to have been a typical Nuragic settlement with the usual stone...
  16. I "am tricky"? You think I have a plot to hide...

    I "am tricky"? You think I have a plot to hide Sardinians' North African and/or Lebanese hidden ancestry? I guess geneticists are tricky too, they must all have a plot to hide Sardinians' North...
  17. *Berun Honestly at this point I think you're a...

    *Berun Honestly at this point I think you're a t-roll. I have read Attilo Mastino's works, and while the parts about classical archaeology are great his considerations about the prehistory of the...
  18. I don't think anyone here doubts that the...

    I don't think anyone here doubts that the Carthaginians conquered Sardinia, I only doubt that they left much of a genetic impact because that's what the genetic evidence suggests.



    That's...
  19. *Angela I remember reading in a previous paper...

    *Angela I remember reading in a previous paper that apparently there might have also been a movement in the opposite direction, since scientists might have found some european mtDNA in phoenician...
  20. But those are mostly names coming epigraphs...

    But those are mostly names coming epigraphs belonging to the citizens of the coastal towns of the South West, which had been under Phoenician and later Punic influence for several centuries, so it...
  21. He's referring to Hamsicora...

    He's referring to Hamsicora https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hampsicora

    His name has been compared to Amsigurra, a berber woman in one of Plauto's commedies, and to a lake in North Africa. But...
  22. Ogliastrini carry italian names today and they're...

    Ogliastrini carry italian names today and they're certainly not the same as mainland Italians. Of course the people living in coastal towns like Hamsicora / Hampsichora would have absorbed punic...
  23. There were two main waves of levantine settlement...

    There were two main waves of levantine settlement in Sardinia. One which occurred in the 8th century bc when the Phoenicians from Tyre needed to set some permanent emporiums in the island since they...
  24. That's an incredibly vague source. Point me to...

    That's an incredibly vague source. Point me to one of your many sources mentioning a specific bronze (not copper) weapon. And please provide a source that mentions the presence of bronze armors in...
  25. No, they lacked bronze weapons, along with alone...

    No, they lacked bronze weapons, along with alone bronze armors of course. You should provide evidence instead of disliking posts.
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