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    I LOVE that, but how on earth to explain it? ...

    I LOVE that, but how on earth to explain it?

    Your PCA is exactly how I would have imagined one for an American with almost all British Isles testimony. Very interesting, Wheal. Thanks for sharing....
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    She's always such a good dancer, and the violinist was excellent too. CGS is a wonderful group: that poor man's hand must have calluses an inch thick, and both the violinist and accordionist are...
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    Thanks, Duarte. I must have had a brain freeze....

    Thanks, Duarte. I must have had a brain freeze. I'm too distracted.

    Strange, if true, they were either adopting young boys or holding them as hostages, or maybe both in a way.
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    Thanks, Duarte. I must have had a brain freeze....

    Thanks, Duarte. I must have had a brain freeze. I'm too distracted.
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    Definitely the same kind of gene pool. :) ...

    Definitely the same kind of gene pool. :)

    https://i.imgur.com/hVhsmK7.png

    https://imgur.com/a/vjT6qf2

    North Italy (Bergamo) looks very much like the supposedly "Medieval Iberian" sample...
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    Sticky: We live in our physical bodies like lobsters in...

    We live in our physical bodies like lobsters in the sea, struggling all our lives to reach outside our shells to touch something else, even for some fraction a second, and transcend our isolation.
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    That's not quite accurate, Brittney. My closest...

    That's not quite accurate, Brittney. My closest match among the Collegno samples is CL36, and is also my second highest match overall. On the Eurogenes gedmatch he comes out as "North Italian" if I...
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    Well, they have me landing right on top of CL36....

    Well, they have me landing right on top of CL36. Again, that sample was buried near that area (Collegno) in Piemonte but is from a later period, not the Langobard cemetery, and according to Eurogenes...
  9. According to this there's actually quite a bit of...

    According to this there's actually quite a bit of E-V13 in central Sicily and Liguria into Southern France. I think for the latter it's Greek settlers and traders, i.e. Massalia and Genova.
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    Amazing how close the Apulians are to Central...

    Amazing how close the Apulians are to Central Greeks.

    I didn't remember that SZ43 was in your best matches list. :) I still don't understand how I can be closer to that ancient sample (3.4...
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    I'm sincerely sorry to hear about your illness. I...

    I'm sincerely sorry to hear about your illness. I wish you well.



    If a little snarkiness crept into my tone it's because I took exception to what seemed to me an attitude that you and only you...
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    Variation in human stature and ancient dna

    See:
    Samantha L. Cox...Mathiesen

    Genetic contributions to variation in human stature in prehistoric Europe
    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/690545v1

    "The relative contributions of...
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    We've discussed Xue et al extensively on this...

    We've discussed Xue et al extensively on this site. This is not new material to us. It's always a good idea to check our research tool.

    This is the last time we discussed Xue's work on the topic:...
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    Thanks for the PCA, Jovialis. I think the...

    Thanks for the PCA, Jovialis.

    I think the consensus is that the Hebrews of old didn't exterminate the Canaanites, and their descendants are the Lebanese.

    I would think some of that old...
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    That’s nonsense imo. Yes, the Muslim...

    That’s nonsense imo. Yes, the Muslim Palestinians/Jordanians may carry ancestry from subsequent migrations from Arabia or other places, but that’s still on a “Canaanite” base. I would like to see...
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    Thanks, Bicicleur. Amazing what was there all...

    Thanks, Bicicleur.

    Amazing what was there all along and we had no idea.

    "From the south, the island would have been visible from many miles away as a gleaming white pyramid-shaped mini-mountain...
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    I think that northern Europeans have more matches...

    I think that northern Europeans have more matches that are "close" in genetic distance partly because of, as you say the better "quality" of the ancient samples due to the climate, but also because...
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    Ok, ToBeOrNotToBe, You were asked quite nicely...

    Ok, ToBeOrNotToBe,

    You were asked quite nicely to find a Khazar thread and post there if you must. Now it's a directive.

    The next post on the topic will be deleted and you'll get an...
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    Well, not to be a naysayer, Duarte, but my top...

    Well, not to be a naysayer, Duarte, but my top matches are to two Szolad "Central Romans" : 3.4 and 4.6. That's closer than I get on calculators to any modern Italian populations. All of my top ten...
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    If it's not even in Ancestry I would ignore it. ...

    If it's not even in Ancestry I would ignore it. Geno was terrible.

    Also, if Ancestry only supposedly goes back 8 generations, then it's really terrible too. That's only 240 years, My family trees...
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    Thanks for sharing. Can't believe they still...

    Thanks for sharing. Can't believe they still haven't corrected the description for the Crimean Ostrogoth sample to indicate that genetically he's Eastern Greek like.

    Does show how inclusive the...
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    I would strongly advise you not to believe the...

    I would strongly advise you not to believe the things said on that site. It's very biased and highly suspect.

    The fact is that some Southern Europeans, particularly Iberians and Italians, but...
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    Well, Philistines did live right next to Jews,...

    Well, Philistines did live right next to Jews, and there's always been a theory they might have bequeathed some more "western" ancestry to "European" Jews. So it's absolutely not really "off topic". ...
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    Same people did the algorithms for both and they...

    Same people did the algorithms for both and they both show strange results. No one should take them seriously. Only trust 23andme for that one.
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    I agree. We had a big flu outbreak once, and...

    I agree. We had a big flu outbreak once, and after that every desk had the wipes. Clean off the phones and keyboards before using someone else's, and use another one to clean your hands while you're...
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