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  1. Probably because for France and Italy they used...

    Probably because for France and Italy they used some kind of average, I don't know, while not for UK. I guess the main focus of this paper is not so much regional divisions within a country, and...
  2. I would not take this paper very seriously, just...

    I would not take this paper very seriously, just see how shamefully it pretends that ancient DNA studies on the Etruscans do not exist (at least three studies on mitochondrial DNA had already been...
  3. This paper is huge indeed, and more than 300...

    This paper is huge indeed, and more than 300 samples of ancient DNA bring us a lot of new information but at the same time there are some really ridiculous charts in this paper and some statements...
  4. I hadn't commented yet but I've read the preprint...

    I hadn't commented yet but I've read the preprint when was out and I didn't find it a good work. Full of flights of fancy and stretches. As is the style of some geneticists. The truth is that Moots...
  5. Yes, it seems that two samples from Tunisia come...

    Yes, it seems that two samples from Tunisia come a bit closer to the Etruscans, but none join the Etruscan cluster. It is still unclear to me who these samples from Tunisia are, so hopefully the...
  6. Perfect, thanks.

    Perfect, thanks.
  7. There was already a thread ...

    There was already a thread

    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/42378-Iron-age-central-mediterranean
  8. How come that of all ancient history it could be...

    How come that of all ancient history it could be of interest how blond they were?

    Archaeologically, there are no realistic portraits of Etruscans before the end of the 4th century BC.
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    I have vague memories but I remember reading in a...

    I have vague memories but I remember reading in a presentation that they all came from necropolises in Campania.

    Generally speaking, archaeologists think that the presence of Etruscans in Campania...
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    It is not considered to be a historical fact, it...

    It is not considered to be a historical fact, it is just a legend, moreover born many centuries after the foundation of Rome. If Aeneas really lived, he lived many centuries before the supposed...
  11. You may find older versions of Smaller Regions ...

    You may find older versions of Smaller Regions

    https://web.archive.org/web/20210928093203/https://vahaduo.genetics.ovh/k13-vahaduo.htm
  12. https://web.archive.org/web/20220308225755/https:/...

    https://web.archive.org/web/20220308225755/https://vahaduo.genetics.ovh/
  13. The "article" you've posted is based on a April...

    The "article" you've posted is based on a April Fools' Day post.
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    Are you talking about the private results of...

    Are you talking about the private results of Sardinian users on 23andme? Anatolian farmer DNA is present in all Europeans, are you talking about West Asian?
  15. The data, as written, were taken from Haak 2015....

    The data, as written, were taken from Haak 2015. So the data was largely adjusted, and invented to make the map and a point, because in Haak 2005 the results were based on only a few samples, and...
  16. The problem is always the same, that ancient DNA...

    The problem is always the same, that ancient DNA confirms it. In the past some prominent Italian geneticists have made many mistakes basing their conclusions only on the observation of modern...
  17. I don't see new statistical methods either. The...

    I don't see new statistical methods either. The statistical softwares used are the same as that available for years. Maybe there will have been some updates in the packages. A population genetically...
  18. Are there any new ancient samples analysed or is...

    Are there any new ancient samples analysed or is it just speculation based on the old and usual modern samples?
  19. R1 Protovillanovan was an ancestor of...

    R1 Protovillanovan was an ancestor of Osco-Umbrian Picentes.
  20. Nope. As it is known Proto-Latins praticed...

    Nope. As it is known Proto-Latins praticed incineration just as the Proto-Etruscans and the whole northern Italy, inhumation at the beginning is (only) characteristic of speakers of Osco-Umbrian...
  21. Even modern-day Sardinians.

    Even modern-day Sardinians.
  22. Unreliable article based on the very unreliable...

    Unreliable article based on the very unreliable American Rabbi Barbara Aiello's claims.

    What Barbara Aiello does is called proselytism, and I knew it was forbidden in the Jewish religion.
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    On Yfull the oldest ancient sample of G2a-Z1903...

    On Yfull the oldest ancient sample of G2a-Z1903 (formed 8300 ybp, TMRCA 4800 ybp) is from Sicily (I3125) and is dated 1500 BC, Middle Bronze Age. When does the ethnogenesis of the Jewish people...
  24. Got it. It is true that nowadays in Italy people...

    Got it. It is true that nowadays in Italy people tend to identify themselves more and more with the place of birth and growth rather than with the place of ancestry, but I don't understand how the...
  25. Sample R475 from Necropolis La Mattonara on the...

    Sample R475 from Necropolis La Mattonara on the seaside (Civitavecchia, Rome, Lazio) was indeed partially of Punic ancestry, according to the study she was 50% Punic and 50% Etruscan, but actually...
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