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  1. 'Rus' is of Old Norse origin. The word Ruthenia...

    'Rus' is of Old Norse origin. The word Ruthenia originated as a Latin designation of the region and people originally known to themselves as the Rus'. One of the earliest written sources mentioning...
  2. Etruscans were said to be of Lydian origin in...

    Etruscans were said to be of Lydian origin in Asia Minor, Lydians who spoke an Indo-European language, or from Thessaly in Greece or autochthonous from Italy. Today there is more consensus that the...
  3. thx "For this reason, therefore, I am...

    thx

    "For this reason, therefore, I am persuaded that the Pelasgians are a different people from the Tyrrhenians. And I do not believe, either, that the Tyrrhenians were a colony of the Lydians;...
  4. When he says the Etruscans are neither Pelasgian...

    When he says the Etruscans are neither Pelasgian nor Lydian.
  5. Who has the English text of Dionysius of...

    Who has the English text of Dionysius of Halicarnassus?
  6. I think that the question of the origins of the...

    I think that the question of the origins of the Etruscans or Romans attracts many people or ethnic groups with identity problems.
  7. None today believes anymore that objective truth...

    None today believes anymore that objective truth is contained in the texts of ancient authors. Many of these ancient texts are contradictory to each other.

    The humanistic disciplines have evolved....
  8. Etruscan as Uralic in origin is unlikely imho. ...

    Etruscan as Uralic in origin is unlikely imho.




    Thanks.

    Moreover, in my opinion, closer we get to the end of Bronze age/Iron Age the more a language is no longer in close connection with...
  9. Minoans were mostly EEF + minor CHG, their...

    Minoans were mostly EEF + minor CHG, their closest population was Anatolian_N. So also Minoan language was likely an EEF/ENF language.

    https://i.imgur.com/SHjZcj8.png
  10. Spanish posters should stop having these...

    Spanish posters should stop having these inferiority complexes over Italians, so much so that they participate in these discussions just to provoke. What is your contribution to this discussion?...
  11. The preservation of pre-Indo-European languages...

    The preservation of pre-Indo-European languages in Europe was something more ordinary than many people think.
  12. It has nothing to do with what I wrote. Since I...

    It has nothing to do with what I wrote. Since I am absolutely not suggesting that they were strictly connected.
  13. First they are not categories but linguistic...

    First they are not categories but linguistic families and I don't see the connection to what I wrote.

    Etruscan and Basque are not considered related and the Basque is preserved in its...
  14. I do not understand why it sounds strange to some...

    I do not understand why it sounds strange to some people that the Etruscan language was a pre-Indo-European language, when the Iberian Peninsula had long been dominated by pre-Indo-European languages...
  15. She doesn't want to prove anything while you who...

    She doesn't want to prove anything while you who are probably a West Asian living in Germany is quite blatant what you are desperately trying to prove.
  16. Etruscan archaeological findings have not more...

    Etruscan archaeological findings have not more similarities with contemporary and earlier cultures in West Asia than Greek archaeological findings and other contemporary civilizations have...
  17. I've already read this on Anthrogenica. Are you...

    I've already read this on Anthrogenica. Are you the same user as Anthrogenica?

    I doubt that EEF component is Anatolia_N, Iran_N, Levant_N.
  18. The Etruscans were no different from the other...

    The Etruscans were no different from the other populations of the late Bronze and early Iron Age of south west Europe, the only difference is that they kept the pre-Indo-European language, just as...
  19. Proto Etruscan language is likely a remnant of...

    Proto Etruscan language is likely a remnant of the European Neolithic. Exactly as with the Iberians, Aquitains and Basques in Spain and southwest France.
  20. There have already been studies on Etruscan...

    There have already been studies on Etruscan samples that had supported what the leak claims.
    Genetics is not saying anything new, scholars have been thinking for years that the Etruscans were native.
  21. According to their genetic position the Etruscans...

    According to their genetic position the Etruscans seem to be a mixture of Neolithic European + Bronze age Bell Beaker and probably also with steppe ancestry. More or less as they are today the North...
  22. Interesting! So Etruscans were close to modern...

    Interesting! So Etruscans were close to modern Iberians, North Italians and Tuscans.
  23. Personally, I have never believed in an eastern...

    Personally, I have never believed in an eastern origin of the Etruscans. I'm glad that we're finally getting to the bottom of this.
  24. Global25 is undersampled. I don't know how useful...

    Global25 is undersampled. I don't know how useful it can be with modern-day people.
  25. The mixed ones? Maybe so but I guess that's...

    The mixed ones? Maybe so but I guess that's because you see it in Gedmatch's oracles but Gedmatch's oracles are not completely accurate.

    The first (Crusader SI41) plots between Iberians and...
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