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    Assuming we take consider geography and...

    Assuming we take consider geography and historical migrations, Slavic admixture seems present in Greece, maybe not as great as 30-40% but it's there, even just based on Y-dna haplogroups. Around 1/4...
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    I'd be curious if Polako registered here so we...

    I'd be curious if Polako registered here so we could have a civil discussion. I've no reason to defend or support him, but it's not correct to attack anyone behind his back.
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    The models Pax Augusta used were the same which...

    The models Pax Augusta used were the same which showed Ashkenazi Jews to be 90% Mycenaean. It's very certain when using modern samples the Myceanean ancestry instantly get reduced, especially when...
  4. Here's mine https://i.imgur.com/QorlO62.png

    Here's mine


    https://i.imgur.com/QorlO62.png
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    It's a misunderstanding to take Mycenaean related...

    It's a misunderstanding to take Mycenaean related admixture as Hellenic as it's genetically would be nearly impossible to differentiate ancient Hellenes from other Bronze age populations that settled...
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    Yes. Having shared ancestry with Bedouins...

    Yes. Having shared ancestry with Bedouins /=Bedouin admixture. The Bedouin probably covers the post Neolithic admixture in Europe which is probably related to bronze age migrations from the Fertile...
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    Sicilians have 22-23% Bedouin admixture,...

    Sicilians have 22-23% Bedouin admixture, Spaniards have 18% while Maltese have exceeded 30% in a older study, but on all DNA charts there's a visible North African/Bedouin influence in parts of...
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    Czech, Norwegians don't have Bedouin admixture,...

    Czech, Norwegians don't have Bedouin admixture, I'm not exactly sure what charts were you seeing. There's 1-3% Bedouin admixture in Slovenia, Hungary vs 20-30% In South Italy and European Jews....
  9. So South Italians almost make it halfway between...

    So South Italians almost make it halfway between Cypriots and Thessalonian Greeks. Where's their Germanic influence? That should make them more Northward towards Swiss or Austrians.
  10. Iberian are genetically homogeneous, there's been...

    Iberian are genetically homogeneous, there's been millions of Northern Spaniards who migrated to Andalusia, because the Moors has been expelled, so there's virtually no genetic difference between...
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    How do you explain that Thessalians barely differ...

    How do you explain that Thessalians barely differ genetically from Bulgarians? I'm mostly East Slavic genetically and get loads of Mainland Greek matches on family finder. It's not that I have Greek...
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    I assume the light skin specific genetic alleles...

    I assume the light skin specific genetic alleles came with Steppe migrations. Minoans were almost homogeneously brunette based on the paintings and their genetic footprint suggest it also.
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    Bronze Age Portugal - T772566 -...

    Bronze Age Portugal - T772566 - PT_BA_TorreVelha_3831

    74429 SNPs used in this evaluation

    http://i.imgur.com/tMCZR8j.png
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    I think that NE Turkey sample is from Trabzon and...

    I think that NE Turkey sample is from Trabzon and they are largely descendants of Byzantines including Hellenes. Western Turks are often of recent migrant descent (Kurds, Iranians, Uzbeks, Arabs,...
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    Usually over 30000 SNPs it's enough to see a less...

    Usually over 30000 SNPs it's enough to see a less noisy result, but it's true these calculators are not perfect and shouldn't be taken guaranteed.

    The reason why the Italian component peaks in...
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    Ancient Canaanite (Sidon) ...

    Ancient Canaanite (Sidon)

    http://i.imgur.com/NV4lH5m.png
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    http://gen3553.pagesperso-orange.fr/ADN/similitude...

    http://gen3553.pagesperso-orange.fr/ADN/similitude.htm
    (I used this online calculator to show the genetic similarity between Ancient samples and modern populations.)

    Genetic similarity to ...
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    I don't understand the point to use the word...

    I don't understand the point to use the word human for homo sapiens but not to Neanderthal. If this was some archaic hominid admixture usually peak in some South African Mbuti that would be...
  19. There's no genetically European person as there's...

    There's no genetically European person as there's no genetically Asian. These are geographical labels and don't make much scientific sense.
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    This thread should be about the genetic origins...

    This thread should be about the genetic origins of Mycenaean Hellenes, not some pseudo scientific humbug about Greek football players.
  21. Other Greek results Symrna, Asia Minor # ...

    Other Greek results

    Symrna, Asia Minor
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    Some regions of Southern Germany has haplogroup T...

    Some regions of Southern Germany has haplogroup T frequency at 10%. It's part of the spread of Neolithic farming along with other Neoltihic specific haplgoup: E, J,G
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    Even Ashkenazi Jews have up to 3% Saharan African...

    Even Ashkenazi Jews have up to 3% Saharan African Previous genetic studies have suggested a history of sub-Saharan African gene flow into some West Eurasian populations after the initial dispersal...
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    It's possible some Indians reached Japan,...

    It's possible some Indians reached Japan, especially during the spread of Buddhism to Eastwards. Most SE Asians have 10-20% South Asian admixture so some absorbed minorities (Thai, Philippono) would...
  25. Using Nmonte files would give good fits also.

    Using Nmonte files would give good fits also.
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