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  1. If he grew up in Corsica, he was Corsican in...

    If he grew up in Corsica, he was Corsican in culture as Italy was not yet a unified country.
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    I have a cousin who looks just like Scipio...

    I have a cousin who looks just like Scipio Africanus. One thing that is typically Italian are dimples on both ends of the lips. I also have this and many family members. I've noticed many Roman...
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    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/attachment.php?attac...

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    This one is very badly done. He looks more British now instead of Italian. Especially the mouth region is off as well as the...
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    Augustus looks Italian imho.

    Augustus looks Italian imho.
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    Going by Pompeii's depictions of Roman men, they...

    Going by Pompeii's depictions of Roman men, they were much darker in complexion than their women :p
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    That is true indeed, though I think this is true...

    That is true indeed, though I think this is true in every family except extremely endogamous ones. I look a lot like my Italian father actually, even though my head-shape is longer and more similar...
  7. I do like gnocchi though, but my stomach likes...

    I do like gnocchi though, but my stomach likes pasta much better! And we eat mostly seafood and other types of fish for generations, so it makes sense I digest fish better. Not sure which alleles...
  8. Yes, I think you're making sense (given the...

    Yes, I think you're making sense (given the conclusion from the citation) though there's lots of overlap between regions and extensive trade of dairy products from one area to another. Only in...
  9. Yes, I agree. I grew up in the Netherlands and my...

    Yes, I agree. I grew up in the Netherlands and my Dutch mom usually gave us milk together with the meal and I never liked it and it never really felt quite ''right'' for my stomach. I abolished it as...
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    Yes, I've read the paper already.

    Yes, I've read the paper already.
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    I think it's more diluted in mainland Greeks than...

    I think it's more diluted in mainland Greeks than in Southern Italians.
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    Sorry, commented on an old post

    Sorry, commented on an old post
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    Exactly and if you add water, ONLY use the salted...

    Exactly and if you add water, ONLY use the salted pasta water.
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    Infatti, gli americani sono come i tedeschi...

    Infatti, gli americani sono come i tedeschi :laughing:
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    For us it's a foreign odd practice to put...

    For us it's a foreign odd practice to put meatballs and pasta together, as we usually split up the meat and the pasta, as in primo piatto and secondo piatto, though some rag├╣ dishes (eg alla...
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    Sticky: This map seems oversimplified. There are way more...

    This map seems oversimplified. There are way more languages in Italy, that should be recognized like Gaelic in Scotland and Basque in Spain.
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    Sticky: From what I know, I actually plot closer to...

    From what I know, I actually plot closer to modern Southern Italians/Sicilians, Greek islanders and the likes. To be honest I don't prefer a northern shift, as I'm a proud South Italian, though if it...
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    Sticky: My closest is R56, not R437, just like post 172....

    My closest is R56, not R437, just like post 172. Do you know where this sample originated from and if it had recent ancestry from the Eastern Med?
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    Sticky: This is mine (MH data): ...

    This is mine (MH data):

    https://i.ibb.co/WH0p3Gp/Schermafbeelding-2020-07-15-om-00-29-27.png
    postimg upload
  20. You're an active member with several posts about...

    You're an active member with several posts about Italian population genetics. I thought you would be THE ONE to ask.

    Okay, thanks I'll ask.
  21. Going by the updated k12b from Vahaduo, I see...

    Going by the updated k12b from Vahaduo, I see this one is the most accurate of all for me and my (tested) Italian family members.
  22. Are there any good threads about Southern...

    Are there any good threads about Southern Italian/Sicilian population genetics and also in relation to ancient Roman samples? I personally have no interest in Jewish genetics.
  23. Yes, this is pretty much the situation I'm in as...

    Yes, this is pretty much the situation I'm in as well. I have most lines worked out back to the end of the 18th century, but I can't go much further due to a lack of publicly available records (got...
  24. Sure, I understand what you mean and if the...

    Sure, I understand what you mean and if the genealogy is trustworthy and the results reflect the genealogy, I don't see why we couldn't trust these results. What I meant is that in case of...
  25. This is mine: QZ2302965

    This is mine: QZ2302965
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