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    Illyrians are Indo-European speakers, what do...

    Illyrians are Indo-European speakers, what do they have to do with Etruscans?
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    Any ideas who were these Iran Neolithic people in...

    Any ideas who were these Iran Neolithic people in Italy?
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    Two things: 1) Looking at the earliest CCR5, it...

    Two things:
    1) Looking at the earliest CCR5, it looks like the Steppe expansion started from a very Eastern part of the Steppe. Makes sense since the ANE is very Eastern.
    2) Probably there won't be...
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    https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-5-rvA6IqHuE/Xb5t7hGmiTI...

    https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-5-rvA6IqHuE/Xb5t7hGmiTI/AAAAAAAAITs/KTUkvHFZJRUOZSDqn9y687kjQHuPcipAgCLcBGAsYHQ/s1600/Ancient_samples.jpg

    As expected, Reich has lots of unpublished data from Anatolia....
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    Edar frequency in Turkey is 0,5% suggesting...

    Edar frequency in Turkey is 0,5% suggesting either a very small or a heavily Caucasoid Turkic intrusion.
  6. 500 BC Founding Romans were more North...

    500 BC Founding Romans were more North Italian like
    500 BC - 0 They slowly become more Southern Italian like
    0 - 400 AD Levantine admixture increases
    400 - 1000 AD Cities are...
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    Here you can find it:...

    Here you can find it:
    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/36529-ICAANE-Conference-2018
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    Anybody has info on Arslantepe paper by Max...

    Anybody has info on Arslantepe paper by Max Planck Institute? It's gonna be very important.
  9. Formation of Human Populations in Central and South Asia

    Narasimhan paper is out:

    https://scholar.harvard.edu/vagheesh/centralsouthasia
    https://scholar.harvard.edu/files/vagheesh/files/eaat7487.full_.pdf



    Hajji Firuz R1b is from: 1193-1019 calBCE...
  10. Also as Razib Khan stated, Etruscan-Lemnian...

    Also as Razib Khan stated, Etruscan-Lemnian connection is still there. Were Lemnians really just traders? Or they ran away to Aegean when the steppe population invaded Italy?
  11. Yeah, i think now they will slowly start to claim...

    Yeah, i think now they will slowly start to claim Etruscans. But i continue to disagree with you on the republicans. Core republicans would just like to stop immigration from South Asia. I think it...
  12. @Angela But Etruscans were very sophisticated /...

    @Angela But Etruscans were very sophisticated / advanced people and had considerable influence on Romans. I mean from their perspective you can understand why would they want Italians to have more...
  13. Angela, why do you think there is an agenda...

    Angela, why do you think there is an agenda behind Etruscans from Anatolia hypothesis?
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    Podcast with David Reich. He is convinced that...

    Podcast with David Reich. He is convinced that Yamnaya is IE, Hittite briefly mentioned as not having shared wheel vocabulary

    https://youtu.be/LswA9_jz9G0
  15. It's in Anthony's paper....

    It's in Anthony's paper.
    https://www.academia.edu/39985565/Archaeology_Genetics_and_Language_in_the_Steppes_A_Comment_on_Bomhard
  16. I read that they found y-haplo J in Khvalnysk....

    I read that they found y-haplo J in Khvalnysk. What do you think of it?
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    As a hypothesis this makes sense to me. Steppe IE...

    As a hypothesis this makes sense to me. Steppe IE comes to Balkans, mix with locals, steppe admixture gets diluted, then with minority steppe admixture they move to Anatolia and mix with locals...
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    @epoch That's very interesting. I'm not sure what...

    @epoch That's very interesting. I'm not sure what to think about it though because i don't know enough about the Balkan-West Anatolian interactions except i think there were less plague and...
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    My objections: The location of this sample is...

    My objections:

    The location of this sample is pretty good but it is from 1750–1500 BC. Also given the widespread distribution of Anatolian languages i would expect ~%15-20 steppe admixture...
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    https://abload.de/img/1231312bwkss.png

    https://abload.de/img/1231312bwkss.png
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    How is it there decent steppe ancestry in South...

    How is it there decent steppe ancestry in South Caucasus but nothing in Eastern Anatolia?
  22. I was thinking about ancestry-wise not language.

    I was thinking about ancestry-wise not language.
  23. Maybe Turks are descendants of Seima-Turbino....

    Maybe Turks are descendants of Seima-Turbino. Turkic mythology has a lot of metallurgy in it.
  24. What do you think about this language and its...

    What do you think about this language and its likelihood of being related to Hittite?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elymian_language
  25. Even more complicated if Umbrians etc. cluster...

    Even more complicated if Umbrians etc. cluster with Etruscans. Also afaik Etruscan language came to Italy later than IE? Doesn't make a lot of sense.
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