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    Correct me if I'm wrong, Angela. It seems to me...

    Correct me if I'm wrong, Angela. It seems to me that this new archaeological discovery confirms what Iosif Lazaridis discovered with his study on Minoans and Mycenaeans.

    "the shift from the...
  2. Of course you're right, but where is the evidence...

    Of course you're right, but where is the evidence that the many toponyms "rasna" in the Slavic world, both southern and northern Slavic, derive from the Slavic word "rasa"?
  3. In Italian it's "razza", in English is "race",...

    In Italian it's "razza", in English is "race", but how do you explain that it's present in place names in the Slavic world including in northern Slavic countries? Are we sure it's the same word?
  4. I guess that's what Rasna means in Slavic...

    I guess that's what Rasna means in Slavic languages, right?
  5. Rasna is indeed spread in many Slavic countries...

    Rasna is indeed spread in many Slavic countries as a toponym, but they're most likely homonyms with the Etruscan Rasna.

    The Etruscan Rasenna is thought by some scholars to be a name based on an...
  6. Reinhard Jung, Push and Pull Factors of the Sea...

    Reinhard Jung, Push and Pull Factors of the Sea Peoples between Italy and the Levant

    J. Driessen (ed.), An Archaeology of Forced Migration. Crisis-induced Mobility and the Collapse of the 13th c....
  7. The Basques are exactly the opposite of what you...

    The Basques are exactly the opposite of what you claim, since they speak a non-IE language and instead also have steppe DNA.

    The rest is just speculation. There is no evidence that the Basque...
  8. It would be necessary to check in the studies...

    It would be necessary to check in the studies that have been published so far on ancient samples. In some cases they're distinct, in others they're not. For example, according to Maciamo, U5a is most...
  9. It is not known, there have not yet been studies...

    It is not known, there have not yet been studies that have revealed their Y-DNA.


    For the Etruscans we have instead their mtDNA: mtDNA U5a, mtDNA JT (of course the subclades of JT) and mtDNA...
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    O_Italian stands for Other Italians. Yes, the _D...

    O_Italian stands for Other Italians. Yes, the _D stands for Dodecad, samples collected by Diekenes himself.

    O_Italian_D was a sample collected by Diekenes himself of unclear origin and not all...
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    A northern Umbrian or someone from Marche more...

    A northern Umbrian or someone from Marche more likely would plot south-east of TSI. Stuvanè is northern Italian and he is half Emilian and half Romagnol. Is that correct, Stuvané?
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    Thank you Stuvanè. You are slightly...

    Thank you Stuvanè.


    You are slightly east/north-east of TSI.



    https://i.imgur.com/cTxHGna.png
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    This one based on G25. I suppose this PCA was...

    This one based on G25. I suppose this PCA was done by Davidski himself. It's the full version of his PCA. Have you a larger version of this one?
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    Can you post the PCA with your plot on G25??

    Can you post the PCA with your plot on G25??
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    That the space between Bergamo HGDP and TSI is...

    That the space between Bergamo HGDP and TSI is filled with people like Emilians was already known, I think. And it also filled with Ligurians and also a tiny minority of people from Piedmont,...
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    You did well Jovialis showing the whole range of...

    You did well Jovialis showing the whole range of Greeks, also because the G25 for the Greeks uses mainly people from Thessaloniki, northern Greece, who can hardly represent all Greeks.

    And while...
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    You're a northern Venetian and it would be...

    You're a northern Venetian and it would be interesting if you give your G25 coordinates to Jovialis, so we can see where northern Venetians plot in that PCA.
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    Yes, I knew that but I checked the G25...

    Yes, I knew that but I checked the G25 spreadsheet. Consider that TSI is the only sample of the Hap Map/1000 genomes project not based on 4/4 native grandparents, but the only one that states that...
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    Yes, the east and west Sicilian samples are...

    Yes, the east and west Sicilian samples are usually from Syracuse and Trapani.

    Instead Tuscany are 5 individuals from TSI sample based on people who have at least 3 out of 4 grandparents born in...
  20. Greece is much more homogeneous than Italy in...

    Greece is much more homogeneous than Italy in everything. Although today the differences in Italy are much more blurred than in the past because of internal migration. And so you can easily find...
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    global 25 is just another amateur tool, but the...

    global 25 is just another amateur tool, but the first PCA based on component 1 and component 2 (PC1 and PC2) is more accurate than the second one, which is based on component 1 and component 3 and...
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    Boris Johnson: "The Romans were bastards" ...

    Boris Johnson: "The Romans were bastards"


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0qchnptckA
  23. The oldest lunar calendar is a pebble engraved 10,000 years ago, found near Rome

    A new notational artifact from the Upper Paleolithic? Technological and traceological analysis of a pebble decorated with notches found on Monte Alto (Velletri, Italy)

    Highlights

    •A prehistoric...
  24. E-V13 and J2b2-L283 are older than any Iron age...

    E-V13 and J2b2-L283 are older than any Iron age ethnicity. I find Grugni in her speculations on the spread of certain haplogroups due to ethnos of the late Bronze/early Iron Age not very credible.
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    We have this PCA, from an academic paper. Any...

    We have this PCA, from an academic paper. Any connection between the ruling class in Etruria and BA Anatolians is unproven and not supported by archeology.

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