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  1. There’s plenty of victimization to go around,...

    There’s plenty of victimization to go around, Davef, not just for southern Italians. The Irish, Jews, Slavs, Gypsies, and others were subject to genocide, not just “getting kicked out”. As a matter...
  2. No worries :)

    No worries :)
  3. I find this to be very sensible, and is in...

    I find this to be very sensible, and is in lock-step with what calculators like Mytrueancestry suggest for my results.
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    I still have all of my hair at 34 years old....

    I still have all of my hair at 34 years old. Though, I'm sure it is true that I carry the trait, since my uncle, on my mother's side is bald. Nevertheless, I think it makes him look distinguished in...
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    Sticky: I hated seeing graffiti on historic monuments,...

    I hated seeing graffiti on historic monuments, when I was in Portugal. Especially that Antifa garbage.
  6. Most people who have almost no interest in...

    Most people who have almost no interest in population genetics, already assume Greeks and Italians share an affinity. Most regular people would chalk up the fantasy of a mass transformational...
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    My closest ancient sample match, SZ40, is another...

    My closest ancient sample match, SZ40, is another one that falls into the Peloponnese cluster, from the Crete paper.

    https://i.imgur.com/eOhr0dz.png
    https://i.imgur.com/1xzMbEz.jpg

    Your...
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    @Salento, I recall seeing it in the past too,...

    @Salento,

    I recall seeing it in the past too, but now it seems to be gone, due to the new samples.
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    I think this helps to prove my point from earlier...

    I think this helps to prove my point from earlier posts up thread. Clearly, the "1500 AD Ottoman" sample that I get is because of comparable ancestry from Copper Age Anatolia. The same can be...
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    Just got my new maps processed, everything is the...

    Just got my new maps processed, everything is the same for my results.

    https://i.imgur.com/zYHkv1Q.png

    https://i.imgur.com/Rz0ys2O.png
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    Take a look at the modern Greek samples, there is...

    Take a look at the modern Greek samples, there is Thessaloniki. Albanians cluster with Thessaloniki too:

    https://i.imgur.com/gjrL7mK.jpg


    The Armenoi_Crete sample seems to fall into the...
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    South-Central Italians in Lazio fall into the...

    South-Central Italians in Lazio fall into the cluster that is shown as Peloponnese. It bridges Tuscans and Sicily.

    http://i.imgur.com/1xzMbEz.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/wEB9YWY.jpg
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    They should give people an option to display sets...

    They should give people an option to display sets of samples by time period, when looking at the list of anicent samples.
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    I think your English ancestry is what is making...

    I think your English ancestry is what is making this come up on the calculator. Do you get it for your Deep Dive?

    Are there any non-American users of English ancestry, also getting Colonial...
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    That's pretty cool, I didn't know they had...

    That's pretty cool, I didn't know they had samples from Colonial America.
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    Indeed, I think I would be overlapping with...

    Indeed, I think I would be overlapping with Peloponnese. On 23andme, it is also where I have an affinity:
    https://i.imgur.com/TfdBHnZ.png
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    http://i.imgur.com/kfmwzMT.jpg...

    http://i.imgur.com/kfmwzMT.jpg
    http://i.imgur.com/TDydx35.jpg

    I also get "Tuscan Crusader" as well as "Roman Citizen" in my timeline. Though the fits are not good, as Pax pointed out. These are...
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    I still think the deep dive matches may be false...

    I still think the deep dive matches may be false positives. Nevertheless, I think it serves as some utility to infer their affinity is meaningful.

    I think the real connection we have to Anatolia,...
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    https://i.imgur.com/14YDuRL.png Here's a...

    https://i.imgur.com/14YDuRL.png

    Here's a comparison of my two Superkits (FTDNA & AncestryDNA formats); they both match.
  20. Indeed, those that are able to utilize their high...

    Indeed, those that are able to utilize their high intellect will be the fittest. Manual laborers will be the new "Art Historians" of the future; meaning their skills will be unmarketable. I recall...
  21. I think intellegent people, are more likely to be...

    I think intellegent people, are more likely to be successful regardless of education. I know college drop outs that are very well-to-do. Luck is also an important factor. But the intellegence to know...
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    https://i.imgur.com/1wphNlX.png My...

    https://i.imgur.com/1wphNlX.png

    My archaeological map is still the same.

    My affinity is primarily to Hellenic Romans, Central Romans, and to a lesser extent, Roman Iberia during the...
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    Pretty cool, For Iron Age, I just get Sythian...

    Pretty cool,

    For Iron Age, I just get Sythian and thracian, blue dots.

    I think the early Medieval period is more informative for me:

    https://i.imgur.com/f6QUTsG.png

    GIF of the rest:
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    Sticky: Yes, NYC is very opulent, and there's massive...

    Yes, NYC is very opulent, and there's massive wealth being generated everyday. That's why it is called the "Capital of the World". I think gentrification is beneficial to the community as a whole....
  25. I think it is true that many people today...

    I think it is true that many people today wouldn't have survived 200 years ago. Nevertheless, civilization itself is bigger than any one individual, or segment of the population. It is a continuation...
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