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    I think it is noteworthy to point out that...

    I think it is noteworthy to point out that Stuvane gets 437, and 850, because those samples are the only Latins I've seen Italians (north or south) get thus far.

    I wonder if those other "Latin"...
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    Indeed, the R1 Protovillanovan sample has a close...

    Indeed, the R1 Protovillanovan sample has a close affinity to Northern Italians. I recall there was an Albanian that also gets it as his number one (or close to it), back thread.

    Initially I had...
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    https://i.imgur.com/Iyjn0pV.gif

    https://i.imgur.com/Iyjn0pV.gif
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    :mask::17::belial:

    :mask::17::belial:
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    I saw that movie the other day, it was great....

    I saw that movie the other day, it was great. That's a good point. Over aggression is a lack of discipline. Humans actually became more proficient at violence through "self-domestication", because...
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    Thanks for sharing! Very interesting, more...

    Thanks for sharing!

    Very interesting, more Italians, showing a relatively stronger affinity specifically for the Latins R437 and R850 in the Iron Age.
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    Destroy your computer and move to Sudan. :grin:

    Destroy your computer and move to Sudan. :grin:
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    https://i.imgur.com/Js7entu.png

    https://i.imgur.com/Js7entu.png
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    I get exactly those three too.

    I get exactly those three too.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhTnDaEmA5k

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhTnDaEmA5k
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    Human Self-domestication

    "Though our brains are big, our skulls are smaller"

    https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2019/12/early-humans-domesticated-themselves-new-genetic-evidence-suggests
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    https://i.imgur.com/r5urnqH.png Here are the...

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    Here are the first 10 samples I get on MTA from 1000 AD - 1400 AD. The first 8 are from Villa Magna, with R65 at 8.682:


    Medieval Villa Magna Italy (1100 AD)...
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    I like British humor, and I have to say that...

    I like British humor, and I have to say that Britsh people make for the best tour guides because of it.
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    My family is 100% from the province of Bari.

    My family is 100% from the province of Bari.
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    Sticky: https://i.imgur.com/XcU2dB6.jpg This map shows...

    https://i.imgur.com/XcU2dB6.jpg

    This map shows how the US really has 11 separate 'nations' with entirely different cultures
    ...
  16. A bird’s-eye view of Italian genomic variation through whole-genome sequencing

    Delving into it now.
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    :petrified: :useless: I guess that's a lot...

    :petrified:

    :useless:

    I guess that's a lot of money in some places!

    :laughing:
  18. Oddly, the writing-style of the paper reads...

    Oddly, the writing-style of the paper reads almost impassioned about disproving it.
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    Looks like the plague did hit Italy hard, but the...

    Looks like the plague did hit Italy hard, but the Gothic Wars, political de-stablization, and famine took the lion's share of demographic change. However this was nearly half a century AFTER the fall...
  20. The Justinianic Plague: An inconsequential pandemic?

    Existing mortality estimates assert that the Justinianic Plague (circa 541 to 750 CE) caused tens of millions of deaths throughout the Mediterranean world and Europe, helping to end antiquity and...
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    From the Moots paper: Citation number 14...

    From the Moots paper:



    Citation number 14 is the same study that is referenced for the "Thracian Bulgaria" sample:

    https://www.nature.com/articles/nature25778
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    I'm interested in this Thracian from 450 BC; he...

    I'm interested in this Thracian from 450 BC; he has a pretty close affinity to R437, and other Italian samples:

    https://i.imgur.com/Vn9Msep.png
    https://i.imgur.com/lLqqf7K.png
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    What a shame, because it tastes delicious. ...

    What a shame, because it tastes delicious.

    Where does ban on animal cruelty stop? Until everyone is forced to be a vegetarian? No wonder the inept De Blasio is almost universally hated in the city...
  24. I wonder if there are any biases baked into it.

    I wonder if there are any biases baked into it.
  25. Tacitus's Annales translation: Elizabeth I identified as author

    A new article in the Review of English Studies argues that a manuscript translation of Tacitus's Annales, completed in the late sixteenth century and preserved at Lambeth Palace Library, was done by...
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