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    Famous members of Y-haplogroup J1

    William Jardine (1784–1843), a Scottish physician, opium merchant and trader who co-founded the Hong Kong based conglomerate Jardine, Matheson & Co., probably belonged to haplogroup J1. He was the...
  2. Map of firearms per 100 people in Europe and gun ownership rates in the U.S.

    I have made two new maps. The first one represents the total number of civilian firearms in a country divided by the population. It is not the same as the gun ownership rate (second map), as some...
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    Breakdown of R1b subclades by French region

    I have calculated the frequency of each of the main R1b clade in every region of France last year in order to update the R1b maps. I used Nevgen to determine the subclades of samples from FTDNA that...
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    Enjoy your time in the Mediterranean! These are...

    Enjoy your time in the Mediterranean! These are all great places to visit. I have been to all of them except Messina, Mykonos and Santorini, but I'd like to go there too.
  5. It's very interesting to have some pre-Roman...

    It's very interesting to have some pre-Roman Gothic DNA samples and that such a high percentage belong to Y-haplogroup I1!

    I wrote many years ago that I1-Z63 was Continental Germanic (almost...
  6. Thread: Hoabinhian DNA

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    Thanks for sharing. Someone already posted a...

    Thanks for sharing. Someone already posted a summary of this study on Wikipedia's page about the Hoabinhian.

    As of 2022, only two ancient DNA samples have been extracted from individuals excavated...
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    Recommended documentary : Our Planet

    I strongly recommend this superb WWF documentary narrated by David Attenborough. It is available on Netflix. One full episode is also available on YouTube. More information on OurPlanet.com.

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    You can't. Only admins and moderators can.

    You can't. Only admins and moderators can.
  9. Most stressful countries to dive in Europe

    The French Vinci Motorways Foundation for responsible driving ("Fondation VINCI Autoroutes pour une conduite responsable") published its annual study (for the 12th year) on the most and least...
  10. Interesting study led by Stanford geneticists and...

    Interesting study led by Stanford geneticists and covering 204 genomes mostly from Iron Age Europe (+ Armenia, Syria, Lebanon and the Maghreb).

    Here is the supplementary material.
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    Sticky: A few Latin quotes: Et nunc, reges,...

    A few Latin quotes:



    Et nunc, reges, intelligite, erudimini, qui judicatis terram ! (And now, kings, understand, learn, you who judge the world!), said by Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet, a famous...
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    I like their timeline. ...

    I like their timeline.

    https://media.springernature.com/full/springer-static/image/art%3A10.1007%2Fs00439-021-02328-6/MediaObjects/439_2021_2328_Fig5_HTML.png

    It's nice that they calculated the...
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    Any place can be cheap depending on how you...

    Any place can be cheap depending on how you travel. For people who are on a tight budget staying in youth hostels or camp sites, and cooking by yourself (youth hostels usually have free kitchens for...
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    Ok, maybe I chose a title that was a bit catchy...

    Ok, maybe I chose a title that was a bit catchy to grab people's attention. But it's hard to condense all the ideas I wanted to convey in a short title. Nevertheless, even if the eucharist is a...
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    There are three types of cannibalism in human...

    There are three types of cannibalism in human societies.

    1) Actively seeking other humans as prey to kill and eat.
    => This has always been the least common form of cannibalism, but for some...
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    That does not mean its origin is not a form a...

    That does not mean its origin is not a form a ritual cannibalism.
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    That's a peculiar way of putting it. Why do you...

    That's a peculiar way of putting it. Why do you associated Christianity with Western Europe in particular, when most of the Christians today live outside Europe, and that Western Europe is less...
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    The opposite would have surprised me. I also...

    The opposite would have surprised me. I also received a Catholic upbringing and was forced to go to catechism. In the absence of knowledge about the history of cannibalism or any notions of...
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    Why is cannibalism glorified by Christianity?

    When you think about it, one of the most fundamental requirement of any Christians is to eat human flesh and drink human blood, or at least the bread and wine that symbolise it. But the way it is...
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    These maps summarise well the evolution of each main regional ancestry in western Eurasia.

    https://www.eupedia.com/images/Mesolithic_ancestry_evolution.png
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    Best and worst Kings of France

    I have just written a new article attempting to answer the question: Who were the best and worst Kings and regent Queens of France in history?
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    I have been using Twitter quite a lot over the...

    I have been using Twitter quite a lot over the last year - more than ever before. I use it mostly to follow interesting posters about science, technologies and archaeology, or just beautiful pictures...
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    I have just discovered this thread. Great...

    I have just discovered this thread. Great initiative, Tomenable. I am looking forward to your maps of Steppe, WHG, EHG and other ancestries.
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    Sticky: That's great! I have added the link on the...

    That's great! I have added the link on the Ancient Ethnicities Analyzer page.
  25. I have merged the two threads.

    I have merged the two threads.
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