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  1. Insights into Punic genetic signatures in the southern necropolis of Tharros (Sardini

    The maternal genetic variability of ancient Punic samples from the Sardinian necropolis of Tharros was analysed, with the aim to explore genetic interactions and signatures of past population events...
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    Much more easy to cross compared to the Alps ...

    Much more easy to cross compared to the Alps

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    Poll: Yes, I've started quite late, when I was 21 years...

    Yes, I've started quite late, when I was 21 years old, now I'm 34

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  4. Dynamic changes in genomic and social structures in third millennium BCE central Euro

    https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/7/35/eabi6941

    Europe’s prehistory oversaw dynamic and complex interactions of diverse societies, hitherto unexplored at detailed regional scales. Studying...
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    Farmers were aggressive too ...

    Farmers were aggressive too

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-04773-w

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  6. I'm not sure about blond hair (BTW If I remember...

    I'm not sure about blond hair (BTW If I remember correctly in one study an Anatolian farmer individual had blond hair and blue eyes) but in the paper they clearly state that Yamnaya is connected with...
  7. So, if I understood well the graphic: high...

    So, if I understood well the graphic: high stature is correlated with Yamnaya, blond hair with Anatolia N, green eyes with Siberia (?), blue eyes with WHG and Anatolia N, Body Mass Index with WHG...
  8. Ancestral contributions to contemporary European complex traits

    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.08.03.454888v1

    The contemporary European genetic makeup formed in the last 8000 years as the combination of three main genetic components: the local...
  9. It's from 2017, I hope they are still working on...

    It's from 2017, I hope they are still working on aDNA and isotope

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  10. "Somewhat simplified, the Sea Peoples phenomenon...

    "Somewhat simplified, the Sea Peoples phenomenon is the term used to describe the supposed south-eastern migration of people from Italy during the Late Bronze Age. This development created a domino...
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    American speaks Latin to Italians in Rome

    Funny

    https://youtu.be/DYYpTfx1ey8

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  12. Very interesting [emoji106] a lot of R1b ...

    Very interesting [emoji106] a lot of R1b

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    One individual (GCP003) from Grotta Regina...

    One individual (GCP003) from Grotta Regina Margherita (Saupe et al. 2021), early Apennine culture (1600 BC) , but from Central Italy not South

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  14. https://bellbeakerblogger.blogspot.com/2019/02/sar...

    https://bellbeakerblogger.blogspot.com/2019/02/sardinia-looks-south-morillo-pau.html?m=1

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  15. The North African outlier could be a Ivory...

    The North African outlier could be a Ivory merchant

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  16. BA10554 score some steppe but in the paper they...

    BA10554 score some steppe but in the paper they say Sardinia Ba10365, so probably a mistake

    https://indo-european.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/yamnaya-samara.jpg


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  17. One individual from Bronze Age shown Steppe or...

    One individual from Bronze Age shown Steppe or Iran_Neo admixture. BA10554 if I remember correctly

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    100% Anatolia neolitich is impossible. There is...

    100% Anatolia neolitich is impossible. There is about 10% Steppe and 10% Iran Neo in modern Sardinians (Marcus et al.)


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    Poles in a forum about the Axis?...

    Poles in a forum about the Axis? [emoji848][emoji849]

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  20. 1959 [emoji846] ...

    1959 [emoji846]

    https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210607/64fd329d7440c8b9fcfdca4cadb0e9fb.jpg

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  21. According to Salvatore Puglisi the Appenninic...

    According to Salvatore Puglisi the Appenninic culture is Proto Italic. In the Late Bronze Age, groups from the Terramare culture brought the rite of cremation in Central Southern Italy but according...
  22. Probably in the Early Bronze Age from the North....

    Probably in the Early Bronze Age from the North. One Appenninic sample from Grotta Regina Margherita is already 25% Steppe

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  23. Well, Etruscans had substantial steppe ancestry...

    Well, Etruscans had substantial steppe ancestry while Nuragics Sardinians were pure EEF/WHG so not a great affinity. Hopefully Pax Augusta will answer your question


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  24. I don't know if there are genetic similarities ...

    I don't know if there are genetic similarities between Etruscans and Nuragics but surely there have been contacts between Early Bronze Age Tuscany and Sardinia, it's demonstrated by archeology...
  25. According to a post on AG the individuals from...

    According to a post on AG the individuals from Grotta Regina Margherita were about 25-30% Steppe! One is dated 1600 BC so Appenninic culture.

    Were they the ancestors of the Iron Age Latins* or...
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