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  1. Foggia, yes. But like you mentioned Tuscanese are...

    Foggia, yes. But like you mentioned Tuscanese are usually used as a generic Italian population. They mention a type of Southern European and "Eastern" shift in the Viking Age-Scandinavians in the...
  2. Pretty sure that’s Italians from Tuscany.

    Pretty sure that’s Italians from Tuscany.
  3. Domestic horses were introduced in the southern Caucasus and Anatolia during the BA

    Didn't see this rather fresh and interesting study posted anywhere. The full paper is available here.

    Abstract:
    "Despite the important roles that horses have played in human history, particularly...
  4. The study itself is fine, but their communication...

    The study itself is fine, but their communication to the press regarding the results has been borderline dishonest in my opinion, and misleading at best.
  5. Interesting topic. I think there are also more...

    Interesting topic. I think there are also more drug and mental health-related deaths in Northern European countries, with people dying at a very young age, which might skew the statistics slightly.
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    I think we're talking past each other. I'm not...

    I think we're talking past each other. I'm not really arguing against the points made by Razib in the article, who I respect by the way. No, the Anglo-Saxons certainly did not replace the Celts and...
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    That particular quote refers to SEE yes, but the...

    That particular quote refers to SEE yes, but the general pattern is the same as can be seen here. The AngloSaxon-like ancestry is in red. This doesn't imply that AngloSaxons are the source for all...
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    Actually it's the other way around. The British...

    Actually it's the other way around. The British are on average more Germanic-like than Celtic (I presume you meant Brythonic Celtic as opposed to modern British), while it is the opposite for the...
  9. Well, you have to remember that hubris is...

    Well, you have to remember that hubris is measured from its distance to actual reality. :satisfied:
    I'm kidding, but I don't think the results would be substantially different. This might be more in...
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    You're very welcome ArchetypeOne. :) No,...

    You're very welcome ArchetypeOne. :)
    No, unfortunately I wasn't able to find anything of the sort. Would be interesting for sure, but I see no mention of haplogroups in the article either. I think...
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    The genetic structure of Norway

    Preprint available here: biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.03.20.000299v1.full (can't post hyperlinks due to my low post-count)

    Abstract:
    "The aim of the present study was to describe the genetic...
  12. I believe so too. The modern populations of...

    I believe so too. The modern populations of Norway resemble BB's more than Corded Ware after all, and while that could be partially explained by the later resurgence of farmer ancestry, the case for...
  13. Icelanders don't really have as much Celtic DNA...

    Icelanders don't really have as much Celtic DNA as is widely believed. It is higher than in Scandinavia overall, but you are making the rookie-mistake of mistaking Y-DNA for aDNA. A great amount of...
  14. I think by far the most likely explanation is an...

    I think by far the most likely explanation is an expansion during the Beaker-period, further strengthened by prehistoric trade and migrations between Norway and the British isles. There was a paper...
  15. Poll: Funny how laughably wrong this hypothesis was.

    Funny how laughably wrong this hypothesis was.
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    The Dutch have had lots of connections to...

    The Dutch have had lots of connections to Scandinavia, historically. For instance, the city of Gothenburg in Sweden was founded and laid out by Dutch city planners and legislators. For a period of...
  17. Sticky: Norwegian with ancestry from eastern Norway....

    Norwegian with ancestry from eastern Norway.
    (based on Eurogenes K13)

    EEF 42.14
    WHG 41.21
    ANE 16.64
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