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  1. I'll be happy to consider this modeling valid if...

    I'll be happy to consider this modeling valid if someone can show me 30% Swedish yDna in modern Tuscany.
  2. My apologies, Ihype. I thought you were referring...

    My apologies, Ihype. I thought you were referring to something else.

    As to MS. Ariel's calculations, Tuscany never received a 20% admixture from Langobards. The yDna doesn't support it.

    If she...
  3. How freaking DARE you? I know you don't...

    How freaking DARE you? I know you don't understand Italian, but I thought as an Australian you'd be capable of understanding written English. Apparently not.

    I posted my results from Vahaduo K12b....
  4. Sorry, you're not going to get him out of...

    Sorry, you're not going to get him out of trouble; he specifically quoted ME, and for that he got an infraction.

    He clearly is incapable of understanding what he reads, or he's deliberately...
  5. I mean, did you ever??? :) It just goes on and...

    I mean, did you ever??? :) It just goes on and on...
  6. Unfortunately, as you know, I haven't been...

    Unfortunately, as you know, I haven't been keeping up with all your posts. We don't have the coordinates for Balkans Iron Age Cluster, correct?
  7. This should not be a contest. Unfortunately,...

    This should not be a contest. Unfortunately, that's what some Spanish admixed people try to make it, and I say this with a good degree of sadness, because I spent a wonderful summer studying in...
  8. My results for Salento's set is below. One...

    My results for Salento's set is below. One quibble is that ETR10 has no radiocarbon date whatsoever, or context, so we don't know that period.



    Distance to:
    Angela


    5.88072274...
  9. There's an odd portion of the Supplement where...

    There's an odd portion of the Supplement where they talk about Venosa. They first talk about the fact that the samples are carbon dated up to 800 C.E. Then they wax prolific about the "Muslim"...
  10. Haven't you answered your own question for...

    Haven't you answered your own question for goodness' sakes?

    The Greeks of Taras (Taranto) and Calliapolis were in PUGLIA, right next to the Messsapians. They just weren't in the northern part of...
  11. We really need samples from, say, the Bruttii as...

    We really need samples from, say, the Bruttii as well as from first millennium B.C. Greek settlers, yes?

    If the Greek settlers were Mycenaean like, they wouldn't be very close to Italic like...
  12. Yes, sorry, I just edited it. I had to leave...

    Yes, sorry, I just edited it.

    I had to leave the computer and didn't check it before pressing submit reply.
  13. I guess it needs to be said again: Apulia* was...

    I guess it needs to be said again: Apulia* was ruled by Byzantium and the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, the latter of which means that there was unrestricted travel and change of residence within its...
  14. I was going by what was written in the Supplement...

    I was going by what was written in the Supplement about which samples were Imperial Roman. I quoted it above.

    As to the "mixed" sample, certainly not half Levantine.
  15. I'd be happy to look at any actual "proof" you...

    I'd be happy to look at any actual "proof" you have of that, but otherwise I'll wait to decide how much of an impact actually existed.

    You also can't just look at the number of city-states; you...
  16. I agree with some of your points here. One...

    I agree with some of your points here.

    One question, however; it concerns the two samples from TAQ. It's ETR001 and ETR015 which are Imperial Era, yes? ETR016 is slightly later.
  17. No, I'm afraid I can't, Archetype, or rather, I...

    No, I'm afraid I can't, Archetype, or rather, I can follow it, but I don't agree. I have no idea how you could say that your modeling supports the conclusions of the paper, at least as concerns the...
  18. Well, don't yell at me about it. :)

    Well, don't yell at me about it. :)
  19. I think it could be said that Calabria is pretty...

    I think it could be said that Calabria is pretty well covered by Greek settlement, except for the still almost impassable mountainous interior.
    ...
  20. I did find the section on the archaeological...

    I did find the section on the archaeological context for these samples. To Big Snakes' point, there was archaeological Etruscan context for a lot of the remains. The Imperial remains are...
  21. It was an interesting choice to plot Etruscans on...

    It was an interesting choice to plot Etruscans on a West Eurasian background. They don't seem to have done one on a European dataset. (It would be interesting if someone could produce one for...
  22. Sorry, I'm not following. Metapontum and...

    Sorry, I'm not following. Metapontum and Heraclea, which would have influenced Venossa, to whose samples our Southern Italian posters are pretty close, were settled in 700 and 600 BC respectively.
    ...
  23. My results using just the samples from this...

    My results using just the samples from this paper:


    Distance to:
    Angela


    6.95926002
    C.Italy_Early.Medieval:Tarquinia(Viterbo_Lazio)_1018-1151CE:TAQ022
  24. This is precisely my problem. Why didn't they try...

    This is precisely my problem. Why didn't they try to model using later Anatolian sources, or IA Aegean, or Greek Empuries? It makes no sense to me. It's like genetic malpractice. Was Krause sleeping...
  25. Indeed, there's something wrong with their model.

    Indeed, there's something wrong with their model.
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