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  1. Thank you, I will check later if they are all...

    Thank you, I will check later if they are all there, but it seems so.

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  2. Thank you very much, but can you also publish...

    Thank you very much, but can you also publish them without clusters? Clusters can add confusion.

    https://i.imgur.com/6cxTzYy.png

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  3. Is ITA_Chiusi_EMA an average? On how many and...

    Is ITA_Chiusi_EMA an average? On how many and which samples is this average based? In the G25 individual spredsheet there are only 5 and it also includes an outlier, but the samples in the study...
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    Indeed, this is the idea held by some German Nazi...

    Indeed, this is the idea held by some German Nazi and Italian fascist thinkers of the early decades of the 20th century. They are not even worth mentioning. The idea of the 'Nordic' Romans (with all...
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    Academic PCAs usually use few samples, because...

    Academic PCAs usually use few samples, because their aim is to give the general picture rather than detail on the posistion of a single population. Apart from specific PCAs. In general, in my...
  6. More or less, the new Etruscan samples are very...

    More or less, the new Etruscan samples are very similar to those already published

    https://i.imgur.com/AbiSM6M.png

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  7. R10337_Italy_bc-Tarquinia_Monterozzi,8.39,0,4.23,0...

    R10337_Italy_bc-Tarquinia_Monterozzi,8.39,0,4.23,0.02,14.92,0,0,1.82,26.08,0.60,43.93,0.02
    R10338_Italy_bc-Tarquinia_Monterozzi,1.43,0,1.33,1.31,45.54,24.78,0,0,5.23,0,20.20,0.17...
  8. There are supposed to be more necropolises in...

    There are supposed to be more necropolises in Tarquinia, for example, there is a necropolis from the Villanovan period at 'Le Rose'. I believe that the one at Monterozzi is by far the largest....
  9. I have some doubts about some of these clusters....

    I have some doubts about some of these clusters. In any case, the clusters + modern academic samples




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    It is still the same old stuff, which does not...

    It is still the same old stuff, which does not prove your point in any way. Posth does nothing more than peddle the importance of his discovery to an uneducated public, making you believe that he...
  11. TAQ003 does plot with Molise and Abruzzo, so it...

    TAQ003 does plot with Molise and Abruzzo, so it makes sense is the one you'ore closest to.
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    Because it is irrelevant what that article...

    Because it is irrelevant what that article writes, it is based on the press release and statements copied and pasted on the occasion of the release of the study. The Transhumanism, really? As for...
  13. The four medieval people from Tarquinia, Lazio,...

    The four medieval people from Tarquinia, Lazio, are not quite in line with the average based on modern people from Lazio. One is closer to the academic averages of modern Tuscans, two are closer to...
  14. I believe they have already been published. They...

    I believe they have already been published. They probably do not represent all medieval Tuscans, because of geography it might be a bit more complex. Seven come from Chiusi, literally on the border...
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    You're right, the topic of the thread is a...

    You're right, the topic of the thread is a different one, the David Reich Southern Arc coming paper, and let's all get back on topic.
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    You keep talking about things you know very...

    You keep talking about things you know very little. You don't have a point because you don't have knowledge on these topics that has nothing to do with this thread.


    If you had a minimum of...
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    J2a was found in Neolithic Italy, in...

    J2a was found in Neolithic Italy, in central-eastern Italy (Marche). Attributing J2a-Z435 presence in Europe to the Roman Empire seems to me the usual simplistic reading. Many J2 clades in Europe...
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    Modern or ancient Assyrians? Because in...

    Modern or ancient Assyrians?




    Because in the premises it contains statements, on which the conclusions depend, that first should be proved.
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    The huge problem with circular...

    The huge problem with circular argumentation-based approaches such as those just posted is that the myth of Romulus and Remus and the founding of Rome is first reported by authors who lived many...
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    You continue to display knowledge based on...

    You continue to display knowledge based on platitudes and commonplaces.
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    You can ignore that self-proclaimed Italian...

    You can ignore that self-proclaimed Italian professor (he taught literature at school, not genetics). For him, any marker comes from the imaginary Italian refugium.
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    There was no Eneas fleeing from a falling Troy,...

    There was no Eneas fleeing from a falling Troy, it is a fictitious story, devoid of evidence. The J2 you speak of is J2-L283, and the Etruscan one has matches in older samples from Croatia and...
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    Grugni et al 2012 do you mean this? I don't hold...

    Grugni et al 2012 do you mean this? I don't hold the Italian geneticists involved in that study in high esteem, so I have no trouble thinking they were wrong.

    Grugni, V., Battaglia, V., Hooshiar...
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    In my opinion, these are topics that deserve...

    In my opinion, these are topics that deserve reasoning ability and a minimum of effort and knowledge. Your answer is meaningless. What answer would be "I am not interested"? You brought up the...
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    Silesian, I don't understand what point you want...

    Silesian, I don't understand what point you want to make, but it is very well known that the Fasces is Etruscan and the Romans borrows it from the Etruscans.

    "The symbol of the fasces originated...
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