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  1. It’s hard to know the exact de***mentation...

    It’s hard to know the exact de***mentation effects of the so called ‘derived’ genes.
    If a rely on the maps of distribution of the mutated forms for SLC24A5 and SLC45A2 in the world, and on what I...
  2. Concerning Balkans and the Celtic expansion...

    Concerning Balkans and the Celtic expansion towards East, Bicicleur2 answered you; concerning Hallstatt and La Tène cultures extensions Bicicleur2 answered you again.
    For La Tène in today France,...
  3. @matp: I'm tempted to support your points of...

    @matp:
    I'm tempted to support your points of view, partly at least. I don't think the most of European Meso HG's were truly black or even very dark. But what we have today don't help us to precise...
  4. I' not a specialist and have no time just now to...

    I' not a specialist and have no time just now to go deeper in the question but it seems to me someones here are confusing the places which gave their name to cultures with the allover extension of...
  5. La Tène, spite later, could have been the result...

    La Tène, spite later, could have been the result of this absorbtion of "barbaric" Hallstatt elites by longer settled people from before, and NOT a new wave. The change is also due to new exchanges...
  6. It's possible they were not exactly the same...

    It's possible they were not exactly the same ethny, spite I doubt they were completely foreigners one to another; the consensus is to say both were Celts, (at least western Hallstatt culture tribes),...
  7. I agree YGorcs. Some naivety in some statements....

    I agree YGorcs. Some naivety in some statements. I suspect a hidden opposition among some Irish and British scientists to any central or eastern European origin...
    The chronologic question of...
  8. Old question. I suppose that IEan languages...

    Old question. I suppose that IEan languages appeared in Western Europe largely before Hallstatt, launched by BB's?, and that some versions of them turned later into Celtic, which took the strong side...
  9. I have a metric study, different: shows some...

    I have a metric study, different: shows some heterogeneity in time and space and within/between Natufian groups; interesting despite it's not too precise concerning shapes;
    I cannot copy it here,...
  10. to begin with, an old study of Ferembach, in the...

    to begin with,
    an old study of Ferembach, in the 60's, I find a bit out of fashion and not too precise. Old typology. But spite I don't share her analysis (but who am I?) it shows already some...
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    I want to say: tape recorder! Sorry

    I want to say: tape recorder! Sorry
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    I agree. I have at hand a book about modern...

    I agree.
    I have at hand a book about modern Spanish dialects and the 'gh' sound before back vowels ('a', 'o', 'u') was limited to some (sub)dialects and to some kinds of vulgar (urban) Castillan...
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    Thanks. But in the first Youtube run, I'm...

    Thanks.
    But in the first Youtube run, I'm astonished they put so soon (very soon!) the transformation of the /g/ sound into a spirant 'gh'
  14. Thanks for info.

    Thanks for info.
  15. For features, genetics kept apart, the "Egyptian"...

    For features, genetics kept apart, the "Egyptian" HG evocates a "super"-'Combe-Capelle' type, very close.
    The 'taforalt' one seems closer to the classical 'cro-magnon'.
    The 'natufian' seems a...
  16. WHat are based the SNP's for sprinters or...

    WHat are based the SNP's for sprinters or strongmen on? I doubt our knowledge is so advanced. Even if science is going on and surely filling the holes progressively. Maybe I 'm not informed enough?...
  17. "European" hairs run from staight hair to very...

    "European" hairs run from staight hair to very wavy hair.
  18. Thread: The Picts

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    in centre of words before disappear quickly!

    in centre of words before disappear quickly!
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    /w/ at beginning of words is remained in Old...

    /w/ at beginning of words is remained in Old Brythonic and even in Old Britton of Britanny (Old Breton), where it was written 'u' or 'v', later 'uu' before becoming 'w' and then 'gw-' (this last...
  20. Agree. And for flesh parts, they need the...

    Agree. And for flesh parts, they need the concerned genes (are they knowing them so precisely?):it concerns eyes form, fleshy part of nose and lips. Same for hair form.
  21. First of all, I wonder what they based his nose...

    First of all, I wonder what they based his nose shape on... Have they the concerned autosomes with some accuteness?
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    My links between Italics and ex-Yougoslavia...

    My links between Italics and ex-Yougoslavia concern IA or before, not today! Sorry.
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    I'm influenced by old theories. Today doxa seems...

    I'm influenced by old theories. Today doxa seems placing Italics (all) later in time, all of them linked to Iron Age. Beofre that, some scholars thought Terramare could have been already I-Ean, and...
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    They seem thinking Osco-Umbrian shifted from...

    They seem thinking Osco-Umbrian shifted from other Italic dialects in Italy peninsula. Are we sure of that? Were they not already apart before entering Italy? I wonder if they don't push too late the...
  25. OK. boxwood ("buis" for us) seems to me a bit...

    OK. boxwood ("buis" for us) seems to me a bit yellowisher than the colour I saw on your picture. Maybe it match for white "dark" skin (without sun tanning, so on protected parts of body), spite not...
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