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  1. Would you mind elaborating a bit?

    Would you mind elaborating a bit?
  2. I took my time to carefully look at the very...

    I took my time to carefully look at the very detailed and extended table from this current study. Actually, it was a Chal_Northern/Central Italian sample with blue eyes and brown hair who was...
  3. I think in a couple of months the fully paper...

    I think in a couple of months the fully paper will be published. It would be great if in the meantime other long- awaited papers would be published too.
  4. The writing from Plutarch seems to support your...

    The writing from Plutarch seems to support your assertion that foreigners were effecting all of Italy not just Rome: Life of Tiberius Gracchus, passages 8-9 (Events second century BC).
  5. My conclusion doesn't really differ that much...

    My conclusion doesn't really differ that much from yours. But I do think, speculate that the researchers found Etruscan outliers that weren't sporadic or very small in numbers. However, it seems that...
  6. This short abstract already gives us several...

    This short abstract already gives us several interesting hints: "Despite comprising diverse individuals of central European, northern African and Near Eastern ancestry, the local gene pool is...
  7. Genomes from 82 Etruscans and Southern Italians.(800 BCE – 1,000 CE).

    I'm posting the ENA abstract from the current study:The origin and legacy of the Etruscans through a 2,000-year archeogenomic time transect.




    https://www.ebi.ac.uk/ena/browser/view/PRJEB42866
  8. Poll: I'm not Italian:laughing: but I travel a lot to...

    I'm not Italian:laughing: but I travel a lot to Italy.
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    He was dead wrong concerning the Mycenaeans....

    He was dead wrong concerning the Mycenaeans. However, Davidski's leak about the Roman paper turned out to be overall right.
  10. Poll: Britain has very beautiful landscapes. Cornwall...

    Britain has very beautiful landscapes. Cornwall for example has a fantastic coast, the Mountainous region in Scotland and the National Park in Wales are impressive, too. There are idyllic looking...
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    I think you have some valid points, thus I'm open...

    I think you have some valid points, thus I'm open to further arguments from your side. That said, who knows maybe Rb1 is an EHG hp.
  12. Surely Columbus' DNA won‘t reveal where he was...

    Surely Columbus' DNA won‘t reveal where he was born or where he grew up or where he had citizenship. That said, the researchers can use strontium isotope to determine where he was born or grew up. ...
  13. DNA paper sets out to establish the true origins of Christopher Columbus.

    There are many controversies about the life and legacy of Christopher Columbus, especially in terms of his true country of origin. While most historians believe that Columbus was from Genoa, Italy,...
  14. Do you know whether the individuals were 25-30%...

    Do you know whether the individuals were 25-30% "Steppe MLBA" or proper Yamanya?
  15. Interesting to note: Peştera Muierii woman has...

    Interesting to note: Peştera Muierii woman has the basal mtDNA U6, and U6 is mostly found among North Africans. That said, there is no evidence for a strong affinity between Pestera Muierii 1 and...
  16. The genome of a woman ∼34,000 ago, reduced diversity, genetic load.

    Genome of Peştera Muierii skull shows high diversity and low mutational load in pre-glacial Europe.
    Emma Svensson, Torsten Günther, Alexander Hoischen, Montserrat Hervella, Arielle R. Munters, Mihai...
  17. Since I'm neither Greek nor Slavic, I don't have...

    Since I'm neither Greek nor Slavic, I don't have a dog in a fight. However, I'm very much interested in Ancient Greeks and Romans since they've shaped the European heritage and had an impressive...
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    To be honest, in school, at least in my case, we...

    To be honest, in school, at least in my case, we were taught that ancient Greeks or Romans were Southern European. Therefore, I think Nordicism is an internet phenomenon or more present in the USA....
  19. Davidski leaked this:

    Davidski leaked this:
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    Okay, but Log4 still scores lower Steppe MLBA...

    Okay, but Log4 still scores lower Steppe MLBA than modern Northern European folks. Anyway, from her Pontic Steppe side she has more EHG than CHG. Which I find is interesting to note.
  21. @Angela, I think these upcoming studies if...

    @Angela,

    I think these upcoming studies if they include phenotype prediction, will seal pretty much the deal in terms of the average phenotype of ancient Romans/Italics:



    Modi Alessandra et...
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    I tried to figure out what kind of 50% Steppe...

    I tried to figure out what kind of 50% Steppe admixture Log4 and Log2 had. The authors conclude that the Pontic Steppe groups that arrived in Greece were more of Eastern European hunter-gatherer...
  23. It was really strange that they found no E but...

    It was really strange that they found no E but instead BT.
  24. Let‘s speculate just for fun here. Do you expect...

    Let‘s speculate just for fun here. Do you expect that more predictions for pale skin will show up in possible Iron or BA Italy studies? Actually, the phenotype prediction for BA or CA Italy is not...
  25. We don‘t have a single ancient DNA from...

    We don‘t have a single ancient DNA from MESOPOTAMIA, yet and Africa is still extremely undersampled. Concerning Europe, we are able to connect more and more the dots. However, we still need DNA from...
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