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    Etruscans vs Italics

    I have been thinking about the origins of the Etruscans. Seeing how similar the Etruscans are with the Latins or Villanovans, I imagined the following scenario.

    R1b Italic tribes crossed the Alps...
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    Analysing Iron Age Italian samples

    The Antonio et al. (2019) paper on Ancient Rome was released 2 and a half months ago, so I am coming a bit late for the analysis, but I had been busy before.

    Using the Dodecad K12b data provided...
  3. Here are now the samples for the Late Antiquity....

    Here are now the samples for the Late Antiquity.


    Mausoleum of Augustus, Rome (300-700 CE)

    Very mixed. One German, one North Italian, one Calabrian, one Sicilian and one Jew.



    Distance...
  4. Where do Medieval Italian samples from Antonio et al. 2019 come from?

    Using the Dodecad K12b data provided by Jovialis's Ancient Rome Test v1.0, I ran each Medieval sample separately against modern populations. As Angela pointed out, many of the skeletons from the...
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    If we run it against modern samples we get: ...

    If we run it against modern samples we get:



    2.29520807
    Italy_Piedmont


    2.87308736
    Italy_Veneto
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    That is very true. One way of estimating their...

    That is very true. One way of estimating their place of origin is to run each medieval sample in Vahaduo and compare them to modern Dodecad K12b samples.

    My father's closest match is R62, which...
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    Poll: Just retook the test for the 4th time in 16...

    Just retook the test for the 4th time in 16 years. I am now slightly more to the right (basically centrist) and a tiny bit more liberal than before.

    Economic Left/Right: -0.75
    Social...
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    Political Coordinates Test Your political...

    Political Coordinates Test

    Your political coordinates are:



    30.6% Right, 19.4% Liberal

    https://www.idrlabs.com/political-coordinates/2/30.6/1/19.4/graph.png?3
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    My father has 5 matches under 7 with a best match...

    My father has 5 matches under 7 with a best match of 3.5.




    3.55874978

    R62___Medieval_Era_Villa_Magna
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    Here are my matches. I didn't expect close...

    Here are my matches. I didn't expect close matches between a modern Belgian and ancient Italians, but I do get a few close ones from the Late Antiquity and Medieval periods. My closest Iron Age match...
  11. The normal body temperature in my family is...

    The normal body temperature in my family is 36.6°C (97.8°F). My wife's temperature is usually slightly under 36°C (96.8°F).
  12. I really don't think it has anything to do with...

    I really don't think it has anything to do with religion. The Irish are Catholic yet quite individualistic, while the Spaniards are also Catholic but strongly collectivist. North Italians are more...
  13. In my opinion it is especially countries with a...

    In my opinion it is especially countries with a strong Celtic substrate that are individualistic. That includes Britain, Ireland, the Benelux, France, Switzerland and northern Italy. Or perhaps the...
  14. That's unbelievable! Does that mean that the bone...

    That's unbelievable! Does that mean that the bone marrow transplanted contained stem cells that turned into germ cells? Just a few of them would already appear far-fetched, but a complete replacement...
  15. It could be a clever piece of advertising. If...

    It could be a clever piece of advertising. If things go wrong during the presentation people are more likely to talk about it, especially if it's funny (which it was). Keep in mind that any publicity...
  16. Thread: Account issues

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    I have disabled negative points for everyone as...

    I have disabled negative points for everyone as it often caused conflicts.
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    Actually I have had that problem too with Chrome...

    Actually I have had that problem too with Chrome (only). Try Brave. Works just like Chrome, but without this bug.
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    I admit that I never use Edge. I haven't noticed...

    I admit that I never use Edge. I haven't noticed any lack of responsiveness on the forum. Everything loads in a blink. I usually use Chrome or Brave (a deGoogled version of Chrome with higher...
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    Republican Rome's first expansion was southward....

    Republican Rome's first expansion was southward. Cumae and Naples, two Greek colonies, were absorbed by 338 BCE, and the other Greek colonies in Apulia, Basilicata and Calabria by 272 BCE. So...
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    That's an odd question considering that over half...

    That's an odd question considering that over half of the Roman emperors were not from Italy. From the 3rd century onwards, the majority were from the Balkans (including the Tetrachs and the...
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    What I meant by outlier was that it is the only...

    What I meant by outlier was that it is the only Iron Age sample that plots with South Italians and Greeks, while the others plot with North Italians. Clearly there must have been a merger of two...
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    Great! I am glad this paper is finally out. In...

    Great! I am glad this paper is finally out.

    In summary, what we can see at first sight is:

    Mesolithic : typical HG autosomal DNA / Y-haplogroups I2a2-M436, I2a2a-M223

    Neolithic : typical...
  23. The USA is a good country to study environmental...

    The USA is a good country to study environmental factors on obesity since it is such a big country with many climatic zones, yet all people share the same culture and a similar diet everywhere (diet...
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    Waow, lot's of Japanese, Chinese and Muslim names...

    Waow, lot's of Japanese, Chinese and Muslim names in the list!
  25. Correlation between obesity and religiosity

    In the USA, fundamentalist Christians and most people who consider themselves very religious tend to reject many biological facts (evolution of species, existence of genetic predispositions, genetics...
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