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    Too little known about Ligurian to include it, I...

    Too little known about Ligurian to include it, I suppose.
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    I haven't listened to anyone but Maneskin for...

    I haven't listened to anyone but Maneskin for three days. I admit it; I'm obsessed. My consolation is that I'm not the only one. The internet has blown up: tik tok, instagram, youtube, spotify. Their...
  3. It gave me no pleasure to trash an Italian...

    It gave me no pleasure to trash an Italian written paper, but these old and selfish academics need to retire and stop stifling Italian research.

    Same goes for some of them in the music industry....
  4. We have a Greek trader of the Roman period whose...

    We have a Greek trader of the Roman period whose remains are pretty similar to Mycenaeans. There's no way of knowing if he came from the mainland or the islands, and anyway, one sample is not enough....
  5. Other than for a few tidbits it's basically a...

    Other than for a few tidbits it's basically a regurgitation of things that everybody knows. However, in the case of the Etruscans it's as if they never read Antonio et al.

    Unfortunately, Alberto...
  6. Needless to say, all their ideas were crap, not...

    Needless to say, all their ideas were crap, not least because the theories and "classifications" were created before the application of the tools of statistics to ancient dna and the modern...
  7. General Question: Are people ever going to...

    General Question:

    Are people ever going to stop using the outmoded and completely a-scientific word "Pelasgian"???

    The people living in Greece before the arrival of the Greek speakers were EEF...
  8. Looking at remains from the Roman period and Late...

    Looking at remains from the Roman period and Late Antiquity is not like looking at samples from the Bronze Age, for example, where, after a spurt of migration people stayed in certain areas for long...
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    Could you please provide proof in the form of...

    Could you please provide proof in the form of published papers to support that statement.
  10. I assume you recognize the often posted graphic...

    I assume you recognize the often posted graphic from Antonio et al, so I further assume you mean the graphic from the paper on Sardinian genetics. I should have provided a link.
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    My favorite sub-genre of rock: Southern Rock....

    My favorite sub-genre of rock: Southern Rock. Marshall Tucker band; practically every one of their songs is on my play list, like Lynyrd Skynyrd.

    Rock and Blues; what could be better. :)

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  12. Admixture in Etruscans and Latins:...

    Admixture in Etruscans and Latins:
    https://science.sciencemag.org/content/sci/366/6466/708/F2.large.jpg?width=800&height=600&carousel=1


    Admixture in Nuragics:...
  13. If I could give you ten upvotes I would. How...

    If I could give you ten upvotes I would.

    How anyone could write such nonsense about the Etruscans when all of this information is available for anyone to read is beyond me.

    Nice list, too....
  14. Important announcement from Nick Patterson about Admixtools

    See:
    Iosif Lazaridis on Twitter: "Nick Patterson asked me to advertise that there is a new version of ADMIXTOOLS on github. https://t.co/7F43hlCzWD This fixes a serious bug in which qpfstats...
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    Does he always wear pants like these? You'd think...

    Does he always wear pants like these? You'd think he'd wind up sterile. :)

    Sorry, that was only for the adults among us. :)
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    For anyone who has ever struggled with or known...

    For anyone who has ever struggled with or known someone who struggles with agoraphobia or eating disorders, or anxiety in general, childhood abuse, being socially denigrated, this will tear out your...
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    To "hate" a group which is a part of your...

    To "hate" a group which is a part of your ancestry is emotionally unsound; all your ancestors in combination made you who you are.

    I carry an Indo-European mtDna and my father was U-152, as is,...
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    I don't know why Eurovision doesn't put an...

    I don't know why Eurovision doesn't put an English translation of the lyrics on a banner. They do it for opera; they can't do it for Eurovision songs? Whether some people like it or not, a lot of...
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    The majority of the popular vote went to the...

    The majority of the popular vote went to the bands that performed rock music.

    Maybe people are finally sick of the plastic, **** junk performed by people who aren't musicians or singers at all. ...
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    Rock is slowly dying...uh, wait a minute! :) ...

    Rock is slowly dying...uh, wait a minute! :)

    Winners of Eurovision for Zitti e Buoni, and a song they perform in English.

    Just had to share with the rock lovers out there.

    No one ever said...
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    I HAVEN'T DISCONNECTED ANYTHING FROM ANYONE. I...

    I HAVEN'T DISCONNECTED ANYTHING FROM ANYONE. I have said, ad nauseam, that all West Eurasians have DIFFERENT PROPORTIONS of similar groups. PERIOD. END OF STORY.

    Do we all have to keep saying...
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    Facts are NEVER the WRONG way of coping with...

    Facts are NEVER the WRONG way of coping with ANYTHING. As I've said until I'm blue in the face, facts are facts, period. All the WOKE jargon and paranoia will not change that.

    Modern Middle...
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    My guess has always been that he is masquerading...

    My guess has always been that he is masquerading under a false identity and is actually a Middle Easterner with a huge chip on his shoulder, for reasons that are beyond me, given how much they have...
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    Obviously, no one here is saying that. Ailchu is...

    Obviously, no one here is saying that. Ailchu is once again attempting to put words in people's mouths. It's one of his specialties, and yes, it should be pointed out.

    All West Eurasians share...
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    Thanks, Jovialis,

    As I said a few posts upthread, about 2/3 "older" Latin, and 1/3 "newer" Latin. Since the "newer" Latins were half "older" Latin, maybe 82% "older" Latin, and 18% Greek.

    He...
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