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  1. Shahmiri: I am not going to debate your opinions...

    Shahmiri: I am not going to debate your opinions and theory about Iran related. I have already stated all I am going to say earlier in the thread. As I have also already stated, I am not going to...
  2. He is called that as he was the first Historian...

    He is called that as he was the first Historian that cataloged events. Bacon is considered the father of the Scientific method. It doesn't follow that everything that Herodotus recorded was 100%...
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    Carlos, well said, still it is one of my favorite...

    Carlos, well said, still it is one of my favorite sites and a very useful DNA site and tool.
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    Carlos: Good results in Post 3011. I asked the...

    Carlos: Good results in Post 3011. I asked the same question, not sure MTA has Cheddar's DNA kit. There site clearly indicates that are constantly updating their sample database, it would be neat if...
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    Salento: thanks for the Cheddar man link, first...

    Salento: thanks for the Cheddar man link, first time I have seen that thread.
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    Salento: Hey, very, very good, 46 CM's that is...

    Salento: Hey, very, very good, 46 CM's that is really good for a Ancient European over 9,000 years old. I wonder if MyTrueancestry has been allowed to get access to those European Hunter Gather...
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    Demetrios: Thanks my friend for reminding me...

    Demetrios: Thanks my friend for reminding me about my Dodecad K7 distances, I went back to that thread and saved the Ancient Greek Dodecad K7 coordinates that Jovialis provided.

    Cheers
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    Demetrios: Thanks, I forgot about those. I don't...

    Demetrios: Thanks, I forgot about those. I don't have those Dodecad K7 coordinates saved on my hard drive. Thanks for the link, I need to get those saved so I can run them again.
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    My distances vs. Mycenaean and Minoans using,...

    My distances vs. Mycenaean and Minoans using, Dodecad 12B, Eurogenes K13 and K15. I get closer distances to the Mycenaean Greeks so my results are in line with what all the extant studies have...
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    Wow, congrats, that is a match with a WHG. I...

    Wow, congrats, that is a match with a WHG. I think your the first one here that I have seen with a deep dive WHG match.
  11. Shahmiri: You seem to me to have a hard time...

    Shahmiri: You seem to me to have a hard time comprehending what several people have said. It is clear that "some Iranian related ancestry" was part of the overall admixture of the Early European...
  12. Shahmiri: As I have noted I have not in the past...

    Shahmiri: As I have noted I have not in the past got into the Indo-European language or where was the homeland of the people who spoke PIE, but from what I do know, the oldest written evidence of an...
  13. Shahmiri: What about the Sicani? Could they have...

    Shahmiri: What about the Sicani? Could they have had some Iranian_Neolithic like ancestry, yes, and there is evidence that they did, but the likely origin of the Sicani are local Neolithic tribes...
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    Duarte: Yep, that is the same message I got.

    Duarte: Yep, that is the same message I got.
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    You are correct, went back and re-read it, not...

    You are correct, went back and re-read it, not MTA, MyHeritage is the one (which I don't have an account with). You have one of those as well.
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    Ok, thanks Salento. So seems legit.

    Ok, thanks Salento. So seems legit.
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    Jovialis/Salento: Did you both get the GEDMATCH...

    Jovialis/Salento: Did you both get the GEDMATCH cyberbreach alert message? I got one saying that someone(Something, some entity) hacked into GEDMATCH and set all settings to available for law...
  18. YGORCS: There was a paper looking at ancient...

    YGORCS: There was a paper looking at ancient ancient SSA DNA that was published earlier this year and it notes that there are 3,500 Ancient West Eurasian samples vs. only 85 Ancient SSA samples,...
  19. https://www.nature.com/articles/nature19310 ...

    https://www.nature.com/articles/nature19310

    Ratchet_Fan: Your are correct, based on the evidence we have to date. See paper linked. I think of the 5 Ancient Natufians, 3 were E1b1 and 2 were CT.
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    Very interesting, many of those show up in my...

    Very interesting, many of those show up in my Ancestral Timeline at MTA. ASH068 is definitely admixture wise much different than the other ASH samples, more related to the Anatolian EEF type...
  21. No I think what you are wanting is for me to...

    No I think what you are wanting is for me to confirm what you have been arguing in another thread, that Iran was the source of PIE languages. I am agnostic on that point. You may be correct, you may...
  22. Ok, thanks, that is how I remembered it, my last...

    Ok, thanks, that is how I remembered it, my last grandparent died 6-7 years ago in her mid 90's so those memories of my childhood are starting to get a bit dated.
  23. Salento: "Cornuti", LOL. I think the way my...

    Salento: "Cornuti", LOL. I think the way my Sicilian grandmothers (Well daughters of Sicilian immigrants) it sounded more like "Cornuto", which may be regional dialect and accent differences. As a...
  24. Mathieson et al 2018 "The Genomic History of...

    Mathieson et al 2018 "The Genomic History of Southeastern Europe"

    Here is the best explanation from thee paper I cited above. Steppe ancestry is a 3-way admixture, EHG predominate plus some...
  25. Shamiri: This seems like a repeat of another...

    Shamiri: This seems like a repeat of another thread about the spread of Indo-European languages. Not one I really care to get into that much. On a personal note, I am interested in what is the best...
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