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  1. Real expert: The paper I think you are referring...

    Real expert: The paper I think you are referring to is the one linked below Schuemann et al 2016 and the paper documented increase SSA in Egypt Post Roman empire days. So I think the wording of this...
  2. Kingjohn: Not sure if Mtdna was posted in the...

    Kingjohn: Not sure if Mtdna was posted in the other forum your were referring to but here are the Mtdna Haplogroups if anyone is interested.

    Individual ID Haplogroup
    ALA001 X2
    ALA002 N1a3a2...
  3. I apologize but there are actually 11 G Y-DNA...

    I apologize but there are actually 11 G Y-DNA Haplogroups. My eyes are not what they use to be. I don't know if this will help but

    G=1
    G1=1
    G2a2b1a=3
    G2a2b1=3
    G2a=1
    G2a2=1
    G2ab1=1
  4. Angela/Others: I went through the excel...

    Angela/Others: I went through the excel spreadsheet and quickly surveyed the Y-DNA Haplogroups. As I have noted in other threads, more of something I have just started getting into so I am going to...
  5. Many thanks for linking this paper. Definitely...

    Many thanks for linking this paper. Definitely one I am going to read.
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    That statement you quoted is not political. It is...

    That statement you quoted is not political. It is a purely scientific statement. And that is talking about populations that are ancient source populations, Hunter Gather vs. Farmer are not modern...
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    Aichu: How about we discuss this civilly in the...

    Aichu: How about we discuss this civilly in the Immigration forum. Not here. Just send me a PM saying your available and I will stop by that forum.

    Regards.
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    I have said all I am going to say on this...

    I have said all I am going to say on this particular subject in this thread.

    Best regards to you and yours.
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    Angela: I am not trying to sow dissension with...

    Angela: I am not trying to sow dissension with anyone. For me personally, the "You don't know if your a Norman or Phoenician" comment by a certain poster, who I have always tried to be cordial with,...
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    I agree 100%. My next trip to Italy, I am...

    I agree 100%. My next trip to Italy, I am considering putting that area on my to do list just to hopefully see it if that is possible. Although I would think you would only be able to see it from a...
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    Salento: Ok, as for who is the "vicino cugino", I...

    Salento: Ok, as for who is the "vicino cugino", I will stay out of that one.!!
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    Well said! Brindisi is a city I would like to...

    Well said! Brindisi is a city I would like to Visit. On another note, have you ever been to that area and cave in Puglia where that ancient Neanderthal Altamura Man is located? I keep hoping they are...
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    Ok thanks for the clarification. I agree, nor...

    Ok thanks for the clarification. I agree, nor should you take it kindly. It seems you and I both were being potentially viewed through the "mezzo giorno" lens and with all its political connotations.
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    Duarte: Thanks for the response. Yes, I can see...

    Duarte: Thanks for the response. Yes, I can see Ftdna the way they are combining populations is not in line with where the recent extant research is. So I can already just by looking at the...
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    Duarte: I can't find the Ftdna link and I don't...

    Duarte: I can't find the Ftdna link and I don't have any DNA Kit over there (yet). From what I got in your post, they have their own calculator that breaks down WHG, EEF, Iran Neo/CHG, EHG, etc,...
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    Salento: Your Italian. Which was the point I was...

    Salento: Your Italian. Which was the point I was trying to make in earlier post. You cluster with both modern Italians in your region and other surrounding regions and ancient Romans from nearby...
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    Salento: I did not mean any disrespect in my...

    Salento: I did not mean any disrespect in my post. The thread starting going off track with me at least with the notion that it is worthless to use ancient DNA and try to see where your autosonal DNA...
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    I think that is a very plausible explanation. So...

    I think that is a very plausible explanation. So a Y-DNA Haplogroup that may have entered thousands of years ago in and off it self can't totally explain closest genetic affinity I think you and I...
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    Ailchu: I think some of the authors when words in...

    Ailchu: I think some of the authors when words in the text had some political leanings. That is of course my opinion and I am not saying it is reality. Some of the samples they used for comparison...
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    Ailchu: I am not for open borders anywhere. I...

    Ailchu: I am not for open borders anywhere. I have stated that numerous times on the political forums on this site. People crashing borders and demanding legal status in countries not their own is...
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    I am not upset, I just again disagree with your...

    I am not upset, I just again disagree with your continual assertions that it makes no sense to look at ancient DNA samples and then compare them to yourself to analyze how much genetic affinity you...
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    Torzio: I have tried to be civil and respectful...

    Torzio: I have tried to be civil and respectful in my posts with you. I did not say you can never determine and know who you were before the Middle ages. That is not what I said. If one shows...
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    It is not important that I know if I am a Norman...

    It is not important that I know if I am a Norman or not or if I am am a Phoenician or not. For the record, I don't think I am strongly genetically connected to either based on every running genetic...
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    Torzio: I agree with you about trying to trace...

    Torzio: I agree with you about trying to trace your direct lineage via Haplogroup analyis. No disagreement there. Also, not disagreement that modern nations today existed going back to Antiquity and...
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    Good Afternoon Duarte and Angela: I am glad...

    Good Afternoon Duarte and Angela: I am glad Duarte posted this. My quick take is the Reich team (Lazaradis was on the paper as well) findings (Fernandes et al 2020) on Iran Neolithic dating back...
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