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    Does anyone know where I can find the full movie...

    Does anyone know where I can find the full movie in Italian?
    Youtube only seems to have the french version.

    Thanks in advance
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    There were also Italian immigrants to Dominican...

    There were also Italian immigrants to Dominican republic 1880's, they could have brought this Z600* there
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    Exactly. I even reported him half a day ago. And...

    Exactly.
    I even reported him half a day ago. And I brough specific examples of where and when he was lying and trölling.

    But it seems the mods don't want to moderate trölling, as long as it is...
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    I admire your patience. Although I think he is...

    I admire your patience. Although I think he is deliberately refusing to understand.

    I saw in an earlier post in the thread that he is the Z600* sample on Yfull.
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    It is because he is an invaluable asset for them....

    It is because he is an invaluable asset for them. With his complaints they can close all threads which expose the propaganda of the greek state for what it really is, and at the same time they can...
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    Yea they had a good amount of CHG, I don't...

    Yea they had a good amount of CHG, I don't remember the exact numbers to be honest. But iirc the early bronze age populations of the steppe were primarily a mix of EHG and CHG, probably in varying...
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    I agree with basically everything in this post. ...

    I agree with basically everything in this post.

    It would make great sense if there were pockets in the region where people had different ancestries. Like pockets of CHG rich populations, pockets...
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    That if we suppose that it is true when markod...

    That if we suppose that it is true when markod says there has been an increase of CHG in the western balkans since the Iron age, that this increase is mostly due to the fact that people from the...
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    They did mix, but not to such a great extent that...

    They did mix, but not to such a great extent that bosnians and croats would conserve the autosomal profile of the natives.
    A place with a big population turnover(Like bosnia/croatia during slavic...
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    @wanderer Everyone in the area have the same...

    @wanderer
    Everyone in the area have the same fractures.
    Why would they burry a slave in a kurgan warrior grave? :D

    Anyways, im done here. I see that you are either just a troII out to provoke,...
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    How could he be a mercenary or explorer, when he...

    How could he be a mercenary or explorer, when he was 7 years old at the time of his death?

    Also his archaeological site was nothing out of the usual for his area.
    1. Material culture corressponds...
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    Drift, selection. Take your pick.

    Drift, selection. Take your pick.
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    Vikings went to Iceland a long time ago. Since...

    Vikings went to Iceland a long time ago. Since then, they have gone through genetic processes like drift and selection. This has resulted in Icelanders having their own specific autosomal genetic...
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    @ygorcs Even before the DNA revolution there...

    @ygorcs

    Even before the DNA revolution there were countless evidence, both linguistic, historical and archaeological that albanian descended for the most part(if not "fully") from Illyrian tribes....
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    You are right. If a person chooses not to...

    You are right. If a person chooses not to understand, there is not much I can do.


    Interesting. It would also make great sense.
    Can't wait to see more albanians on Yfull :)
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    Maybe some associate V13 with eastern balkans,...

    Maybe some associate V13 with eastern balkans, but that doesn't change that it has been found in the western balkans ancient DNA too. And that western balkans has very high V13 diversity.
    It was all...
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    There is nothing support that it should have come...

    There is nothing support that it should have come from Lebanon.
    Most probable routes for how YP29 reached Sardinia is:
    1. Caucasus->Pontic steppe->Balkans->Mainland Italy->Sardinia
    2....
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    By the middle bronze age all three haplogroups...

    By the middle bronze age all three haplogroups were in the western balkans, ergo all three of them were most likely found among Illyrians.
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    We have J2b-L283* in north caucasus bronze age....

    We have J2b-L283* in north caucasus bronze age. So most likely this haplogroup as a whole spread through the black sea towards the balkans at that time. Either a northern route through the steppe, or...
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    Nope, all three haplogroups were present in the...

    Nope, all three haplogroups were present in the balkans by the time we can begin talking about Illyrians.
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    Nope again, ancient sample rise408 branched off...

    Nope again, ancient sample rise408 branched off from the Balkans branch. Just like armenian supposedly came from the balkans.
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    Nope, the ones above are J-YP157 and J-YP29. Both...

    Nope, the ones above are J-YP157 and J-YP29. Both of them are found mostly/only in Sardinia.
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    No, even earlier clades than z585 were present in...

    No, even earlier clades than z585 were present in Italy.
    On Y-full we have all the early clades of L283 in Sardinia.

    And i have explained it many times before, the reason that we see ALL, as in...
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    But J2b-L283 was already in the western Balkans...

    But J2b-L283 was already in the western Balkans 1600 BC, so there goes your Georgian theory.
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    @wanderer Forget these lunatic theories about...

    @wanderer

    Forget these lunatic theories about ancient greeks or phoenecians.
    J2b-L283 expanded in the bronze age 3000-2000 BC, so loooong before greeks or phoenecians existed.
    On top of that,...
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