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  1. Target Distance Polish Sephardic_Jew ...

    Target
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    Polish

    Sephardic_Jew



    Ashkenazi_Poland
    0.01003676
  2. ETR007 in G25: Distance to:...

    ETR007 in G25:


    Distance to:
    ITA_Chiusi_EMA:ETR007


    0.03202473
    Italian_Tuscany
  3. There is one outlier which is Cretan-like not...

    There is one outlier which is Cretan-like not sure from which region that is, but it surely should get removed from the average if it was included.

    Not sure how the PCA was made but the average...
  4. In G25: Distance to: ITA_Chiusi_EMA ...

    In G25:


    Distance to:
    ITA_Chiusi_EMA


    0.01684813
    Italian_Abruzzo
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    Lol that is just a random meme made by a fan he...

    Lol that is just a random meme made by a fan he found out. He is butthurt about getting sued so he is making those excuses in public. Literally everyone knows bots are rampant on Twitter. Twitter is...
  6. Jovialis do you have Medival Tuscany K12b...

    Jovialis do you have Medival Tuscany K12b coordinates? I found Imperial and Republican ones in some of your posts but not the medieval. Not sure if I missed them.
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    Does IBD analyses show high Greek admixture in...

    Does IBD analyses show high Greek admixture in Western Jews?
    I am aware that Slavic ancestry in Ashkanazi Jews is around 15-20%.
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    I believe ancestry from Western...

    I believe ancestry from Western Mediterranean(Iberia and Italy) outweighs the Ancient Greek input in Western Jews.
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    Yes in Southern Italy a large amount of J2a is of...

    Yes in Southern Italy a large amount of J2a is of Ancient Greek origin.
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    We have already covered that up in the discussion.

    We have already covered that up in the discussion.
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    I said most slaves in Sicily came from Eastern...

    I said most slaves in Sicily came from Eastern Mediterranean. In which I believe the Anatolian element was more dominant even though I don't have much evidence to back this up.

    There are even...
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    Most slaves in Sicily came from Eastern...

    Most slaves in Sicily came from Eastern Mediterranean according to Diodorus Siculus. There was a large slave revolt started by a Syrian, Cicilian and a Greek in Sicily.Also in Pompeii most slaves...
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    My belief is that J2a outside of Ancient Greece...

    My belief is that J2a outside of Ancient Greece in Pre-Hellenistic Europe was very rare.
    G was pretty common among Balkan Samples and other regions too, G is an other story.
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    It's not just the amateur calculators, it is the...

    It's not just the amateur calculators, it is the same thing in academic PCA. Some times I am skeptical whenever they are both faulty you know. Academics are not omniscient either.

    J2a did exist...
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    (Yes those numbers are hyperbolic according to...

    (Yes those numbers are hyperbolic according to historian 200,000 slaves rebelled in Sicily. That is a huge number and far away from reality.)

    Actually I have done research about that. And I have...
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    Very little of it is J2b you can find the the...

    Very little of it is J2b you can find the the numbers in Maciamos pages.

    I did not forgot to include Toscana. I just used Lazio and Abruzzo as clearer example.

    Toscana's Y DNA is around...
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    This is from an University site copy which came...

    This is from an University site copy which came with the color directly. I press the "remove format" but it usually does not work.
    Thank you for the heads up, Miranda Priestly.
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    Phenotype can be very misleading. All Italians...

    Phenotype can be very misleading. All Italians are still predominantly Italic, Etruscan and Messapian.

    The East-Med related Y DNA in Central Italians is significant but around 20% to 30%, maximum,...
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    1.) In Lazio and Abruzzo look at the ratio of J2a...

    1.) In Lazio and Abruzzo look at the ratio of J2a and R1b. R1b decreases while J2a increases in comparisons with Latins and Etruscans who were overwhelmingly R1b.




    Abruzzo
    (3)
    (2)
    (0)
    (1)
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    The reason why Anatolia outweighs other regions...

    The reason why Anatolia outweighs other regions like the Balkans, Levant or Northern Africa in ancestry of Imperial Rome in my opinion is because:
    - Most migrations in Roman Empire were driven by...
  21. Well I was talking about the treatment of the...

    Well I was talking about the treatment of the slaves. The lifestyle of Africans descended from Atlantic Slave Trade is of course better in the New World in comparison with the Islamic countries.
  22. Trans-Atlantic was the worst slavery in history....

    Trans-Atlantic was the worst slavery in history. Far worse than the Arab slave trade.
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    Also in academic papers modern Sicilians are...

    Also in academic papers modern Sicilians are closer to Ancient Greeks than LBA Sicilians are. So take in consideration as well point number 1.
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    When it comes to ancient DNA, G25 is IMO better. ...

    When it comes to ancient DNA, G25 is IMO better. It is something I have observed:
    1.) Iron Age Greek samples (the 2 samples from Iberia) in K12b are closer to LBA Sicilians than to Modern Sicilians...
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    From Strabo: The first place in Cilicia, then,...

    From Strabo:

    The first place in Cilicia, then, to which one comes, is a stronghold, Coracesium, situated on an abrupt rock, which was used by Diodotus, called Tryphon, as a base of operations at...
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