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  1. Johane Derite: It has, I was in Sicily this past...

    Johane Derite: It has, I was in Sicily this past Summer. The Albanians that settled in Sicily, and the rest of Italy, were Eastern Orthodox in union with the Patriarch of Constantinopile. Their...
  2. Top 25 distances K13 Ancient. SZ40 and R437 are...

    Top 25 distances K13 Ancient. SZ40 and R437 are both < 5 on Dodecad so getting consistent results on those 2.



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    2.83464283
    SZ40_szolad_hungary_longobard
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    Salento: Bravo! I need to check canta Marlissa's...

    Salento: Bravo! I need to check canta Marlissa's version out. There is the this Sicilian Folk choir that has a concert they did that was done by tele regina I think it is that is on youtube. They do...
  4. Sticky: Ok, thanks, since I don't want to turn this into...

    Ok, thanks, since I don't want to turn this into a Theological thread, let me know via private message when and if Rome moves his case forward or I guess you could post it in the Religion/Philosophy...
  5. Sticky: Carlos: Bravo! That is really neat. When was he...

    Carlos: Bravo! That is really neat. When was he declared Venerable?
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    In the last 2 years, I make it a point to check...

    In the last 2 years, I make it a point to check out Italian Folk Music. My favorite TV Show is Commissario Montalbano, The Sicilian Detective (Polizia) created by the Sicilian Writer Andrea Camilleri...
  7. Sticky: Carlos: I understand. Thanks for the...

    Carlos: I understand. Thanks for the clarification. I thought maybe you had done some genealogy research that indicated you had matches with Saint Therese. For me, I was always attracted to Saint...
  8. Sticky: Carlos: If you are genetically linked to the...

    Carlos: If you are genetically linked to the likes of Saint Theresa of Avila, from my perspective, and not going to turn this into Theology discussion in this forum, not a bad thing. She was the...
  9. Salento: Grazie Millie. I will check out...

    Salento: Grazie Millie. I will check out AdmixtureStudio.
  10. Salento: Interesting analysis you and Jovialis...

    Salento: Interesting analysis you and Jovialis did there. We know you cluster with yourself!! I have had DNA test done with Ancestry, which my raw DNA is in the format to upload to GEDMATCH (which of...
  11. I ran the Modern Samples and the ancient samples...

    I ran the Modern Samples and the ancient samples for Dodecad K12B that Jovialis and Duarte put together. Using 2X, I get 2 Romans from the medieval era for my best fit/distance. Using 1X, I sill only...
  12. Joviali/Duarte: Duarte, my apologies, I lost...

    Joviali/Duarte: Duarte, my apologies, I lost track of who is putting what samples together, so a sincere thanks to both of you for putting these samples together.
  13. Jovialis: Thanks again for your work and efforts....

    Jovialis: Thanks again for your work and efforts. I get a reasonable match with I4054 at 9.79 then next one I7499 at 12.84 ranging up to 57.04 for I7158. Is the imgur.com a site that requires...
  14. My closest score is I0644 at 27.19 and range to...

    My closest score is I0644 at 27.19 and range to 40.41 (1154). So not too close based on what I have been reading in the above posts.



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  15. I used the 69 samples from Haak et al (2015)....

    I used the 69 samples from Haak et al (2015). Like some of the other posters of Italian ancestry, I have closer matches with the Neolithic samples from Germany as opposed to the Corded Ware and...
  16. Torzio: I did a search and the Brandt and Knipper...

    Torzio: I did a search and the Brandt and Knipper published a paper in 2014 in the Proceedings of the British Academy entitled "Settlement Burials at the Karsdorf LBK Site,Saxony-Anhalt, Germany"...
  17. I agree, I am seriously beginning to wonder what...

    I agree, I am seriously beginning to wonder what is it with some of these Blogs that constantly talk about "Levantine" and Caucus Admixture in Italian populations and Greek, etc, and in particular...
  18. Salento: I think I0795 is 70% Anatolian if I read...

    Salento: I think I0795 is 70% Anatolian if I read correctly, more EEF in the first part of the link you cited and then the note says they are 70% WHG and 30% Basal Eurasian. What am I missing here?...
  19. Ok thanks, the 70% Anatolian makes sense given...

    Ok thanks, the 70% Anatolian makes sense given how Raveane et al (2019) paper indicates, all of Modern Italian DNA is characterized by a predominate source population from Ancient Anatolia (EEF). I...
  20. Angela: Ok, thanks for that clarification. In my...

    Angela: Ok, thanks for that clarification. In my case, I would ex ante expect to cluster closer to populations, ancient or modern with predominantly Early European Farmer (Neolithic) ancestry. vs....
  21. Torzio: Ok, so these were Hunter Gatherers who...

    Torzio: Ok, so these were Hunter Gatherers who then settled down and intermarried with Neolithic Early European Farmers and changed culturally from Hunter Gatherers to Early Farmers, ( i..e adopted...
  22. I agree, just trying to add some humor to it,...

    I agree, just trying to add some humor to it, maybe not my best attempt, never been much of a comedian I guess!. When Torzio mentioned to me in post #690 that it is the oldest T Haplogroup sample...
  23. Salento: i miei complimenti per una partita...

    Salento: i miei complimenti per una partita I0795. As an additional note, I ran the sample Jovialis provided in post 683 and combined it with the earlier sample he, along with Duarte and Maciamo...
  24. Torzio: Wow I did not know that I0795 is the...

    Torzio: Wow I did not know that I0795 is the oldest neolithic sample found to date, and in Germany, hmm.. Really good to know. I wonder if the Neolithic EEF being more dominate in Central Europe vs...
  25. Jovialis/Angela Here are mine using the data...

    Jovialis/Angela

    Here are mine using the data provided by Jovialis in post #683, my closest distance is 22 from Germany which would be in the Neolithic period there,, the Yamnaya distances are far...
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