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    @torzio Ancestry Composition was updated to 5.9...

    @torzio
    Ancestry Composition was updated to 5.9 only for chip v5 so far. I tested v4, for example, and I'm still at 5.2 (from abt. one year ago).
  2. Thread: Italic peoples

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    Indeed. The bot copied a phrase already used in...

    Indeed. The bot copied a phrase already used in this thread (page 1).
  3. Erratum: Friuli is more or less in between my...

    Erratum: Friuli is more or less in between my father (not mother) and mother-in-law.

    I don't see much change.

    https://i.imgur.com/rhDK0rR.jpg
  4. Nice tool! #1 K12b RegioX_FTDNA...

    Nice tool!

    #1

    K12b
    RegioX_FTDNA
    RegioX_23andMeV4
    Father_23andMeV4
    Mother_23andMeV4
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    Wait! They "magically" showed up. :) Uncle's –...

    Wait! They "magically" showed up. :)

    Uncle's – FTDNA data
    Europe: 100.0%
    *South Europe: 47.1%
    - Italian: 47.1%
    *East Europe: 28.1%
    - Balkan: 26.2%
    - East European: 1.9%
    *North and West...
  6. Sticky: #112 Distance to: RegioX_FTDNA ...

    #112




    Distance to:
    RegioX_FTDNA


    2.27964910
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    Now, that's what I'm talking about. Given your...

    Now, that's what I'm talking about. Given your results and also torzio's, it seems a good (more accurate) calculator, at least for North Italians. It's about time! A fellow Friulano also scores...
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    fwiw Below fifteen myOrigins 3.0 results from...

    fwiw

    Below fifteen myOrigins 3.0 results from Brazilians with full North Italian ancestry. Courtesy of the same fellow who provided the results I posted previously. He made an awesome job testing...
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    Hard, isn't it? And at the same time we see in...

    Hard, isn't it? And at the same time we see in this thread a Greek (PaschalisB) scoring well for Italian Peninsula: 45% (same as torzio, and higher than my uncle's and mine). It reminds me my mother...
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    Duarte, will PM you.

    Duarte, will PM you.
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    And there is this match of my uncle, full North...

    And there is this match of my uncle, full North Italian in ancestry, that scores 0% for Italian Peninsula. Sorry to say, but no good. I wonder if FTDNA uses any reference from North Italy.
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    Here're our results, mine and maternal uncle's. ...

    Here're our results, mine and maternal uncle's.


    Mine
    https://i.imgur.com/RSBoOzt.jpg




    Uncle's
  13. Well, I don't know the study, but if this Yoruba...

    Well, I don't know the study, but if this Yoruba is modern, as I think it is, then it could be a mere case of redundancy, in which modern Yoruba would logically prefer modern Yoruba over other pops,...
  14. I believe it pretty much depends on the reference...

    I believe it pretty much depends on the reference chosen for Yoruba in that study, and apparently it's modern.
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    Thanks. Will try it. I was imagining a "pure"...

    Thanks. Will try it.
    I was imagining a "pure" ASI would resemble an Andamanese in phenotype, but I may be wrong.
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    Thanks, Ygor. One of my goals was isolating these...

    Thanks, Ygor. One of my goals was isolating these major old components the maximum as possible. That's also why I used Karelia and CHG rather than Steppe, AHG rather than Barcin etc. Of course, the...
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    This is what I get using modern North Kannadi....

    This is what I get using modern North Kannadi. (North Kannadi themselves must have some Iran Neo-like ancestry.)
    https://i.imgur.com/TC9lt0W.jpg


    When I exclude North Kannadi as source, the...
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    I found some SSA (Kenya) just in few samples, and...

    I found some SSA (Kenya) just in few samples, and at a relatively low %, anyway, it's there, as well as Dravidian-like ancestry, among others.
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    No idea. Anyway, some modern Baloch seem to be...

    No idea. Anyway, some modern Baloch seem to be among the richest in Iran Meso ancestry nowadays. I found 74% for sample HGDP00086 from Pakistan in Vahaduo. However, the Baloch HGDP00098 scores much...
  20. In Iran there's also a G2b 9500-9000 years old:...

    In Iran there's also a G2b 9500-9000 years old: WC1.
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    Lol Good one. But now I'm embarassed. I know...

    Lol Good one.

    But now I'm embarassed. I know about the correct time for cappuccino, but when it comes to this habit I'm not like Italians. Actually, anytime is time for a cappuccino for me, with...
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    This is good too. Lo spaghetto deve essere...

    This is good too.

    Lo spaghetto deve essere come l'amore, sano ! ah ah


    https://youtu.be/sVIoAemsbEc
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    I've seen some episodes. They're really great. ...

    I've seen some episodes. They're really great.

    I have the impression it changed among oriundi as well. Even my 80 years old mom has not been doing it. Well, she left her homeland, which makes even...
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    https://youtu.be/xAf3SeP1Ucg

    https://youtu.be/xAf3SeP1Ucg
  25. 23andMe Paper on Transatlantic Slave Trade...

    23andMe Paper on Transatlantic Slave Trade Published

    See: https://blog.23andme.com/23andme-research/23andme-paper-on-transatlantic-slave-trade-published
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