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    No imperialist European country ever had as its...

    No imperialist European country ever had as its stated goal the extermination of whole groups of people, i.e. the Jews and Gypsies first, along with anyone whom they considered to have physical or...
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    This is going to end now or you both will get...

    This is going to end now or you both will get infractions.

    When and if the paper is released the analysis can be looked at by other labs and the amateur community. No doubt the samples will be...
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    It's highly unlikely that any similarity between...

    It's highly unlikely that any similarity between Albanians and Greeks rests solely or even in a substantial way on any movements in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. You need big migrations for big...
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    Now genetics is pseudo-science, analysis of...

    Now genetics is pseudo-science, analysis of ancient dna is pseudo-science.

    The only thing that isn't pseudo-science is nationalist myth building.
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    I don't know why it seems so surprising, but...

    I don't know why it seems so surprising, but standard analyses are clear: Albanians are a subset of Greek genetic variation, however it happened.
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    Indeed, there's the proof that most of them were...

    Indeed, there's the proof that most of them were Crete like. The samples from the Greek Empuries samples in Spain also come out rather Crete like.

    I'm starting to think maybe the Greeks of the...
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    Un amore grande-Peppino Gagliardi Introduction...

    Un amore grande-Peppino Gagliardi

    Introduction by and pictures of Marcello Mastroianni

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kffaKHD4v9w
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    Black Death mass grave found in England.

    See:
    https://www.medievalists.net/2020/02/black-death-mass-grave-discovered/

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  9. Why do so many recent viruses come from bats?

    See:...
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    Two gorgeous actresses from Turkish films:...

    Two gorgeous actresses from Turkish films:
    Fehriye Evcen
    https://7wallpapers.net/wp-content/uploads/Fahriye-Evcen-19.jpg

    Tuba Buyukustun-long hair, short hair, no hair, make up, no make up, it...
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    Those are the kind of memories I have too. The...

    Those are the kind of memories I have too. The only time I ever saw my uncles or my father even "tipsy" was usually at weddings, communions etc., but never falling down drunk or ill. It made for a...
  12. The original "state" god was Quirinus, a Sabine...

    The original "state" god was Quirinus, a Sabine war god. The Sabines had a shrine to him on the Quirinal Hill, one of the seven hills of Rome, so when "Latins" absorbed the area they absorbed the god...
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    Did your parents have a glass of wine with their...

    Did your parents have a glass of wine with their main meals? My father always did, but not my mother, except occasionally a half a glass of homemade wine with water. I think it was about women not...
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    I'm not much of a hard liquor drinker. Other...

    I'm not much of a hard liquor drinker.

    Other than wine, I like drinks made with Campari too, from just a Campari and soda, to Campari and wine, a Negroni, and an Americano.

    For brunch I like...
  15. Now that, I think, is beautiful. :) I used to...

    Now that, I think, is beautiful. :)

    I used to like Porsches because they had what is perhaps, by these definitions, more "feminine" lines, but no more; they're like all the rest.

    Which current...
  16. I think Roman religion was sort of a series of...

    I think Roman religion was sort of a series of ever widening circles: individual, household, both slave and free, family, gens or clan, associations or comitae, and the state. Then there was constant...
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    Poll: Well, I watched the debate, first one I've...

    Well, I watched the debate, first one I've watched this cycle, and it was worth it! It was like mud wrestling, with all the candidates jumping on Bloomberg. As any New Yorker could have predicted,...
  18. The Romans had a smiting god too. All the...

    The Romans had a smiting god too. All the Indo-European cultures had one, usually a sky god, the god of thunder and lightning, like Jupiter with his thunderbolt. In the Near East it was Baal/El, then...
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    Is there anything currently around which has those more "feminine" lines? I don't like the RAV4 look at all.

    Not offended at all, for what it's worth, but then I'm not that kind of "feminist". :)...
  20. Volvos aren't as ugly anymore. I just looked them...

    Volvos aren't as ugly anymore. I just looked them up. Interesting that my image of them from the past is so stuck in my mind that I've never looked into them at all.

    I don't know if I'd say...
  21. Well, all anybody seems to be buying here are...

    Well, all anybody seems to be buying here are SUVs, and I'd classify them as "masculine" looking, I guess.

    Maybe the most masculine car I can think of: Jeep Wrangler....
  22. Sticky: Congratulations to Jovialis and Duarte! :)

    Congratulations to Jovialis and Duarte! :)
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    Yeah, all the males who were "Mycenaean" like...

    Yeah, all the males who were "Mycenaean" like turned out to be J. It would be interesting to know if it was J2b or J2a.

    I wonder if the amateur community tried to resolve it further?
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    Which classical Greek sample?

    Which classical Greek sample?
  25. Smiting gods in 12th century BC Canaanite temple

    Not a big temple, apparently, but still interesting. They always liked a good smiter in that area; first Baal/El, then Yahweh. Can't have all been fertility goddesses, the latter of which the Hebrews...
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