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  1. Yes, and in the Iron Age Iberians (IA_Iberia)...

    Yes, and in the Iron Age Iberians (IA_Iberia) were closer to Basques rather than to Etruscans and Latins.

    https://i.imgur.com/oHaetaC.png
  2. Sticky: I've answered this many times before. According...

    I've answered this many times before. According to CEPH coordinates, North Italian HGDP = Bergamo HGDP (North Italian HGDP and Bergamo HGDP are the same thing, it's a set of 13/14 individuals), and...
  3. These all work together. The difference seems to...

    These all work together. The difference seems to be that in the Etruscan study (and the one on Campania/Magna Grecia) there is a more direct role for Max Planck/Harvard/Tubingen, but not here at...
  4. The uniparental markers. MAS002: Y-DNA...

    The uniparental markers.


    MAS002: Y-DNA R1b1a1b1b (Z2103); mtDNA H74

    Autosomal DNA fits with modern southern Greek Aegean islanders and Sephardic, Romaniote and Italkim Jews (G25, Dodecad...
  5. The opposite of what you state. In any case, it...

    The opposite of what you state. In any case, it is now quite clear that J2b-L283 was not a typical and common Y-DNA in the Etruscans.

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/j-l283/
  6. Nuragics have not the same J2b2 as the Etruscan...

    Nuragics have not the same J2b2 as the Etruscan one.
  7. With Modern Greeks ...

    With Modern Greeks

    https://i.imgur.com/pUlShXI.png
  8. I followed your order, Jovialis. I hope I did...

    I followed your order, Jovialis. I hope I did everything right. If not, I'll redo them tomorrow. MAS002 and MAS003 are C.Italy_Imperial_o, the other 4 are C.Italy_Imperial
    ...
  9. Next step are the Sámi people, I suppose....

    Next step are the Sámi people, I suppose. :laughing:

    Modern ethnicities being used as if they were ancestral components plus the usual useless set of 1000 genomes used in hundreds of studies....
  10. Hard to say, urnfielders practiced incineration,...

    Hard to say, urnfielders practiced incineration, there will always be a shortage of data for the final bronze. Although J2b2-L283 seems to have remained a unicum, for me it arrived during the...
  11. I do not know what position ETR016 had but the...

    I do not know what position ETR016 had but the Y-DNA was I1 and mtDNA was R2b.
  12. Guess you're right.

    Guess you're right.
  13. Can anyone here explain to me Torzio's question...

    Can anyone here explain to me Torzio's question how it relates to what was being discussed.
  14. It's quite clear, since Di Gaetano 2012, that the...

    It's quite clear, since Di Gaetano 2012, that the Italian samples are not always completely accurate, as is also the case with some sets of Greeks (in the sample of Greek Macedonia, there were even...
  15. :laughing::laughing::laughing:

    :laughing::laughing::laughing:
  16. G25 Italian averages aren't completely accurate.

    G25 Italian averages aren't completely accurate.
  17. Agreed with you. If I'm not mistaken, Tuscany is,...

    Agreed with you. If I'm not mistaken, Tuscany is, perhaps along with the Republic of Venice, the region with the largest number of documents from the Middle Ages onward, and perhaps one of the most...
  18. Yes indeed, Fiesole which is on a hill above...

    Yes indeed, Fiesole which is on a hill above Florence was Etruscan.

    In the historical center of Florence they found archaeological remains, including tombs, from the Villanovan era, and then...
  19. I think because Ischia/Pithekoussai is considered...

    I think because Ischia/Pithekoussai is considered the first Greek colony in order of time of "Magna Graecia", and the Greeks who arrived there around 780-770 a.C. is thought were from Eretria and...
  20. They tested only Petrarca's mtDNa, and it was J2...

    They tested only Petrarca's mtDNa, and it was J2 (likely they didn't tested a possible subclade). His Y-DNA hasn't been tested yet.

    Btw the remains found in Arquà, Padua, have been assumed to...
  21. Again. Imperial samples unlilkely give an...

    Again. Imperial samples unlilkely give an accurate picture. It's a matter of common sense. If you don't understand that, there's nothing I can do about it.
  22. It suggests that compared to Iron Age Etruscans,...

    It suggests that compared to Iron Age Etruscans, modern Tuscans have most likely a shift toward Iron Age Anatolia/Iron Age Aegean, not toward the Levant. This potentially involves northern Italians,...
  23. https://i.imgur.com/FnvjQos.png

    https://i.imgur.com/FnvjQos.png
  24. Just to say, the Romans of the imperial era are 6...

    Just to say, the Romans of the imperial era are 6 individuals from southernmost Tuscany to the border with Umbria and Latium, and from northern Latium, when the Tuscan population today lives 2/3...
  25. I sometimes get the feeling it's more of an...

    I sometimes get the feeling it's more of an obsession than a simple admiration that of the Americans, and even the British, for the Greek and Roman worlds.
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