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    Offtopic: Seeing that there is an aura of deadly...

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    Seeing that there is an aura of deadly seriousness here, I'm trying to adapt and argue as serious as possible.
    [sobriety on]



    I know, I'm the only one who translates 'xanthos' with...
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    Pfft! Who's this squint-eyed hunk anyway? ...

    Pfft! Who's this squint-eyed hunk anyway?

    Achilles was blond - Ilias I, 197-199



    ... and Menelaos as well - Odys. III, 324-326
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    I guess this was directed towards me! Now, let me...

    I guess this was directed towards me! Now, let me repeat what I said...



    I have no idea where the Pelasgians came into the discussion. Not even the Greek historians had a clue who they really...
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    Now you have advertised Kagan the Sleeping Pill...

    Now you have advertised Kagan the Sleeping Pill for the third time. So I listened for God's blessing, and yes I see - he dared to write off me :)


    Pretty much the same as with Slavs or with any...
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    Goths is a good assumption. In the time of the...

    Goths is a good assumption. In the time of the Big Walkabout...
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/8c/Late_Roman_Migration_Period_deutsch.svg
    ...there were quite a lot of them in the...
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    There is a difference between islands and the...

    There is a difference between islands and the continent. The amount of occupations by different ethnics is much lower. Many continental folks are no seamen, therefore don't travel by sea; and islands...
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    Shock!!! With all those arguments I was already...

    Shock!!! With all those arguments I was already convinced that ...
    Seriously, statistics has become here almost the same as the oracle of Delphi. Although Pythia always tells the truth, people run...
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    Right, they missed the only really important...

    Right, they missed the only really important thing to prove their point - the data of the NEIGHBOURING Slavs. In the end we have a good clue from where Peloponnesians are not, that is they are not...
  9. Another piece of evidence for a theory which is...

    Another piece of evidence for a theory which is around for many years. Unfortunately nobody has found an impact crater, which should be found quite easily, especially with modern satellite technique....
  10. In my view it's not that bad. Some constructs we...

    In my view it's not that bad. Some constructs we are used to, are much worse - like democratic republic or peoples' republic. As we know, countries which call themselves like this, respect the voice...
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    No. Celtic 'briga' = hill ebro -> bask. 'ibar' =...

    No. Celtic 'briga' = hill
    ebro -> bask. 'ibar' = valley
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    I don't know which wacko wrote this on the...

    I don't know which wacko wrote this on the english wikipedia page, but I can tell you that you are a lucky one, if you don't read Fallmerayers "scientific paper". I did, and believe me, it's hard to...
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    That's exactly what he expected, when he came to...

    That's exactly what he expected, when he came to Peloponnese. Fallmerayer was a child of the Romantic epoch - arcadian shepherds making love with nymphs, philosophers discussing at the agorá, Myrons...
  14. There are indeed two promising test subjects -...

    There are indeed two promising test subjects - students and elderly patients, who agree to anything the doc proposes, just in case he wouldn't do his best otherwise ... Consent achieved easily. This...
  15. They used the same people as Boattini 2013 for...

    They used the same people as Boattini 2013 for their research, so:

    From these they selected their sub-sample. I expect that they were at least before WWII.
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    His father Sethnacht likely was a commoner with...

    His father Sethnacht likely was a commoner with unclear circumstances of his coming into power. There were some years of lawnessness during Tauseret's reign and he managed somehow to first co-rule...
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    Di Gaetano talked about 'classical' Greeks. As...

    Di Gaetano talked about 'classical' Greeks.

    As I suggested. Neither Dorian, nor Attic-Ionian nor Mykenian colonies show clearly dinaric I2, only Aeolians may eventually have had them, at least if...
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    Boattini 2013 counted two out of 39 in Lecce,...

    Boattini 2013 counted two out of 39 in Lecce, which makes about 5%. Other P37.2 he found in Italy were one (=4%) in Matera (Basilicata) and one (=2.8%) in Benevento (north. Campania). That's all....
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    Perhaps, but dinaric I2 wasn't carried much...

    Perhaps, but dinaric I2 wasn't carried much around to the early colonies (if at all), which might indicate, that it wasn't there until later times.
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    The Peloponnese map is actually from this...

    The Peloponnese map is actually from this guy, anno 1890. That's a long time after the Biedermeier epoch. He was a geographer, geologist, paleontologist and economist. This map is a by-product of a...
  21. Thread: R1b-M269>PF7562

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    My three cents on that matter: ct1: I don't...

    My three cents on that matter:
    ct1: I don't believe that the data and maps are for real .There's a good deal of spirited thinking in these claims. The 193 Cretans, for instance, can only be from the...
  22. I wonder where he got his camembert from... ...

    I wonder where he got his camembert from...

    Not really surprising. There are several researches already dealing with this issue. Neanderthals were extremely dependent on their environment,...
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    It's the only chance for obese people to lose...

    It's the only chance for obese people to lose weight in a healthy way, in a acceptable amount of time. When you have a lot of unsuccessful attempts behind you, your body is already fighting anything...
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    Fallmerayer, really? There are people in 2017 who...

    Fallmerayer, really? There are people in 2017 who take his wishwash seriously? Already in 1834, four years after he published his ... (whatever), he was removed from his teacher job, because nobody...
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    I hope that the water which I disposed out of my...

    I hope that the water which I disposed out of my body won't remember me and come back...
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