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    I agree in substance with what you wrote. What...

    I agree in substance with what you wrote. What follows in my post is just my take on ancient Italy based on the extant literature to date and some of "my own conjecture added in."

    As you note,...
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    Ratchetman: I wish there was a model that really...

    Ratchetman: I wish there was a model that really had clear variables that can model WHG/EHG/CHG/EEF/Iran_Neo and other caucus ancient ancestries like Armenian Chalcolithic/Bronze Age. I get closer...
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    Ok, I hope your Mother didn't read that post...

    Ok, I hope your Mother didn't read that post before you edited it:good_job: :grin:, LOL.
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    Hey ratchet_fan: Well to be honest, that is a...

    Hey ratchet_fan: Well to be honest, that is a question that I haven't given much thought to. There is some evidence of Ancient Asian admixture into Northern Europe/Scandanavia, or maybe some parts of...
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    Carlos: I will probably get around to buying...

    Carlos:

    I will probably get around to buying some bolts. But it looks like they are $49 dollars per bolt (5 Bolt Levels), unless the cost per bolt decreases as you buy a new Bolt. Still, I doubt...
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    Duarte: Well I agree I think it is hard to...

    Duarte: Well I agree I think it is hard to predict phenotypes that far back. There was a thread about Alleles for Skin Pigmentation and eyes base on a pre-print article by Ian Mathieson who was been...
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    Duarte: Ok thanks!

    Duarte: Ok thanks!
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    Hello Duarte: That is La Brana WHG, or forensic...

    Hello Duarte: That is La Brana WHG, or forensic artist rendition of him, correct? Personally I think that rendition of WHG is much more accurate than others I have seen. Facial and Hair phenotypes...
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    Thanks Salento

    :good_job:Salento: I think this will work. So MTA top outliers or (unique ones), 30 of them are still hidden so need to upgrade or buy a lightning bolt to see them. Anyway, thanks for the imgur...
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    Ok, imgur. Thanks Salento

    Ok, imgur. Thanks Salento
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    Carlos: So you have Zeus option with Lighting...

    Carlos: So you have Zeus option with Lighting bolts? How many matches does your level give you. I have Zeus so I get top 100 and then top outlier analysis gives me top ones but only up to 150, and I...
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    Salento/Carlos: In regards to post 2894-2897...

    Salento/Carlos: In regards to post 2894-2897 discussion, what could be going on with Carlos and Otzi is that Otzi is in the outlier samples. Just a guess on my part. Carlos, from me just looking at...
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    Ihype2: Your are correct (post 286). The Siculi...

    Ihype2: Your are correct (post 286). The Siculi (Sicels) are indeed an Italic tribe, from Southern most Italy, but are a different Tribe from the Opicians (from Campania), the Mamertines were the...
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    Angela/Ihype02/Ygorcs: Thanks for your comments...

    Angela/Ihype02/Ygorcs: Thanks for your comments in this thread. Who are the people that keep claiming this "Replacement nonsense". I don't buy it. WHG were in Sicily but nobody today is 100% WHG,...
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    Duarte: Ok, you used the Lighting bolt1 with your...

    Duarte: Ok, you used the Lighting bolt1 with your Zeus level. Thanks.
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    Duarte: Regarding your post 2890, is your at MTA...

    Duarte: Regarding your post 2890, is your at MTA "Olympus"? Those results are really interesting, very nice and neat results and well presented. How did you get the results presented like that. I...
  17. Demetrios: Those are all good model fits for you....

    Demetrios: Those are all good model fits for you. But I agree, we need more ancient samples from Greece for all our Greek brethren here at Eupedia. My distances in post 806 and 808 were using...
  18. Salento: The K13 model fits are pretty good. K15...

    Salento: The K13 model fits are pretty good. K15 not my favorite either. Dodecad K12b gives me best model fits as well.
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    Well done with Melanie, had a serious crush on...

    Well done with Melanie, had a serious crush on her as a kid, in fact I think she has Italian ancestry on her Maternal side. Close call with her and Laurie Partridge of the Partridge Family (great...
  20. Buonaserra Salento: I have probably seen the...

    Buonaserra Salento: I have probably seen the model in the past but what is your fit using 0.25X. For me I have always gotten better fits with K13 (more source data) vs K15 and even better with...
  21. Ailchu/Jovialis: Continuing on from post 806...

    Ailchu/Jovialis:

    Continuing on from post 806 and 808, 1) Used Chalcolithic Iran and Neolithic and Bronze Age Armenian samples from Dodecad 12B Ancient. I get similar distance as I did using...
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    Ailichu/Jovialis: Model fits using 1) Ancient Sicilian samples from Fernandes et al 2020, 2) Ancient Greeks from Lazaridis et al 2018. Those ancient Sicilian samples in Fernandes et al 2020 were...
  23. Jovialis: Consistent with your statements in post...

    Jovialis: Consistent with your statements in post 804, I can model "me" using 0.25X with 4 Iron Age Romans with a distance of 2.0134. So we have yourself whose ancestors are from Puglia and Mine who...
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    Ygorcs: Thanks for the G25 information. I don't...

    Ygorcs: Thanks for the G25 information. I don't have my G25 coordinates so I have never been able run that on my own so when I see a plot like that I have to remember what it is.

    As for the models...
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    PhilJames100/Angela: I am having problems as...

    PhilJames100/Angela: I am having problems as well. I usually use jpeg snips and I getting quota size issues or limits, etc.
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