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    Y-DNA T-CTS3767 most likely arrived with the...

    Y-DNA T-CTS3767 most likely arrived with the first European farmers during the Neolithic period and is not exclusively related to the Etruscans (the Etruscans were an Iron Age civilisation), it could...
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    I don't find it very accurate and lumping all the...

    I don't find it very accurate and lumping all the subclades of R1b U152 together can be confusing.

    These were done very recently by another user, on two specific clades, Z36 and Z56, also based...
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    I'm going by memory, but apart from some specific...

    I'm going by memory, but apart from some specific cases (communities with known Germanic migrations dating back to the Middle Ages - such as the Cimbri of Veneto and Trentino, Walser of Piedmont and...
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    @ Stuvanè Quick comment. I don't think...

    @ Stuvanè

    Quick comment. I don't think 23andme is investigating the Italian cline as Angela says.

    Don't forget that French & German in 23andme still seems to have a peak in the Swiss Alps....
  5. Studies of ancient DNA have increased in recent...

    Studies of ancient DNA have increased in recent years, J2a has been found in the Neolithic samples in Italy, Austria, Hungary, Croatia, if I remember correctly.
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    it is a mistake to try to make Y-DNAs already...

    it is a mistake to try to make Y-DNAs already present in the Middle Bronze perfectly coincide with later ethnic groups that only form definitively in the Iron Age.
  7. Deciphered the Linear Elamite by a French archaeologist

    The French archaeologist Francois Desset has deciphered one of the three ancient writings of 4000-5000 years ago that still resisted any attempt at deciphering. The writing in question is called...
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    LivingDNA isn't accurate, should not be taken too...

    LivingDNA isn't accurate, should not be taken too seriously.
  9. Thanks, kingjohn.

    Thanks, kingjohn.
  10. I saw it yesterday, thanks for posting it. It is...

    I saw it yesterday, thanks for posting it. It is still preprint. What's really new?
  11. Of course, there are no major changes. In the...

    Of course, there are no major changes. In the second there are also the Sardinians and it must come out to you too as it appeared to Jovialis.

    https://i.imgur.com/EvIcI8A.png
  12. Try a PCA with this Regio #2 ...

    Try a PCA with this Regio

    #2



    C_Italy:C_Italian,4.80,0.00,2.30,0.00,34.83,17.12,0.10,0.00,8.71,0.00,32.13,0.00...
  13. You're most likely here, even although by eye it...

    You're most likely here, even although by eye it is really difficult to guess the exact location.


    https://i.imgur.com/XPeYMQd.jpg



    If you want know your exact position you can use the...
  14. Abruzzesi are southern Italian, not central...

    Abruzzesi are southern Italian, not central Italian. Distance is 6, not a best fit, it should be seen in a PCA.




    85.5%
    Italian_Abruzzo
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    14.5%
    Lezgin
  15. Sticky: It's still there ...

    It's still there

    http://vahaduo.genetics.ovh/dodecad-k7b-vahaduo.htm
  16. Sticky: You've used the MTA nomeclature (a commercial,...

    You've used the MTA nomeclature (a commercial, not peer reviewed and amateurish tool), not the academic nomeclature. What you posted is MTA.
  17. Sticky: French, Celt-Germanic and Tuscan labels are...

    French, Celt-Germanic and Tuscan labels are pointless invented (by MTA?) being we don't know who they really were.
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    Isn't I9123 the so called Crete Armenoi? It's a...

    Isn't I9123 the so called Crete Armenoi? It's a Bronze Age sample (ca. 1370–1340 BCE), not Iron Age.

    https://i.imgur.com/AtAP5O3.png
  19. Okay, I understand. You confused the names of the...

    Okay, I understand. You confused the names of the two places, Villanova and Villabruna.
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    Yes, I4331 (1631-1521 calBCE ,Y15058) seems quite...

    Yes, I4331 (1631-1521 calBCE ,Y15058) seems quite upstream to R474 Etruscan (700-600BCE, J-CTS6190).


    https://www.yfull.com/tree/J-Y15058/


    Do you know why I4331 has not been added to YFull? ...
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    Isn't ORC007 a Nuragic sample? ORC007;...

    Isn't ORC007 a Nuragic sample?


    ORC007; 1285-1127 BC; S’Orcu ‘e Tueri; Perdasdefogu, NUO; Nuragic II_LBA
  22. Sticky: Agreed. R475 is an outlier in the sense R475 is...

    Agreed. R475 is an outlier in the sense R475 is not fully Etruscan, but R475 isn’t 53% African either like Antonio 2019 study is saying. My guess she is half Etruscan and the rest is a mix of...
  23. Earliest archeological evidence of the Etruscans...

    Earliest archeological evidence of the Etruscans is the Villanovan culture, 900 BC or X century BC. Earliest archeological evidence of the Protoetruscans is the Proto-Villanovan culture (1200-900...
  24. Have you even read the study? The Villanovan...

    Have you even read the study? The Villanovan sample found near the town of modern Feltre in Veneto? Are you joking or what?

    Villanovan sample was found in Veio, a well-known Etruscan town in...
  25. Because present day C6 cluster and Iron Age...

    Because present day C6 cluster and Iron Age Balkans have more Eastern Mediterranean influences than Bronze Age Bakans and Iron Age Etruscans. Eastern Mediterranean is a very broad concept and ranges...
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