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  1. So, the "Jewish" clade perhaps Iranic in origin,...

    So, the "Jewish" clade perhaps Iranic in origin, like their R1a? I wonder how much of it the Iraqi and Iranian Jews have? They're probably driving up the numbers in Israel.

    So, as always, eastern...
  2. Well, 12189, which the authors just called "R",...

    Well, 12189, which the authors just called "R", and 12200 are siblings, children, so they better be almost the same autosomally, or something is wrong.
  3. Interesting. After the peak of this Canaanite...

    Interesting. After the peak of this Canaanite city's power, and just before the Battle of Megiddo and the domination by the Egyptians.

    I need to do some digging around.
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    Spaghetti aglio e olio, or with garlic and oil is...

    Spaghetti aglio e olio, or with garlic and oil is rustic, peasant, "cucina povera" par excellence. I like it sometimes, but it doesn't like me very much. I just can't handle that much garlic.

    I...
  5. Are they sure about that R1a1a1? Somebody get...

    Are they sure about that R1a1a1? Somebody get lost? :)
  6. If you get to the bottom of it let me know. I...

    If you get to the bottom of it let me know.

    I can't remember having seen this much over-interpretation and clutching at straws in years.

    Also, why don't people look at the graphics in the...
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    The funny part is that if I put the place where I...

    The funny part is that if I put the place where I was born on a map, it's close to being just about equidistant from Parma, Genova, and someplace northwest of Florence.
    ...
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    La Lunigiana e' al confino di Liguria, Toscana e...

    La Lunigiana e' al confino di Liguria, Toscana e Emilia. However, La Spezia is only partially of Liguria, imo. Other people say it's a region al confine di Liguria, Toscana e Emilia. You can see it...
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    I'd be happy to give it a try, if you tell me...

    I'd be happy to give it a try, if you tell me what the numbers mean, i.e. the "headings" for the columns, and how to compare myself to them. I've never looked at it before.

    Ligurians:...
  10. Interesting, Coriolan. I'm CC. I don't know if...

    Interesting, Coriolan.

    I'm CC. I don't know if that's the "Neanderthal" variant or not.
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    This video of "Fai Rumore" or "Make Noise" by...

    This video of "Fai Rumore" or "Make Noise" by Diodato, sung by him in the empty arena in Verona just came across my feed. I had chills and goosebumps all through it.

    I already liked it for his...
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    If you don't mind my asking, do your "modern"...

    If you don't mind my asking, do your "modern" scores make sense to you?

    I ask because, like the Eurogenes calculators upon which it is undoubtedly based, no matter what they say, it gives me...
  13. I think it's a good hypothesis. :) It makes...

    I think it's a good hypothesis. :)

    It makes sense of results from other papers combined with these: an initial group? with some of their own women, but then predominately males, and this leading...
  14. I agree, and it's not my only issue with the...

    I agree, and it's not my only issue with the paper.
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    @italo, I've found through a lot of reading in...

    @italo,

    I've found through a lot of reading in the Anglo world over the years that English writers sometimes develop a passionate love affair with standard Italian much like my own. Language is...
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    Oh goodness, yes...Sardo! I have a friend from...

    Oh goodness, yes...Sardo! I have a friend from there but we communicate only in Italian. I don't understand it AT ALL.

    My grandmother in law, rest her soul, came from Campania, but near...
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    There are disputes about it. I'm not a...

    There are disputes about it. I'm not a professional linguist, but imo the Tuscan "variety" of standard Italian is barely a dialect, much less a separate language; it's very, very, close to the...
  18. ^^Sorry, all speculation and supposition...

    ^^Sorry, all speculation and supposition unsupported by data for each point, and in fact contradicts the graph from the paper.

    Not my style; not into fantasizing.
  19. That's quite an understatement.:) Thanks for...

    That's quite an understatement.:)

    Thanks for the information. I appreciate it.
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    Perhaps you'd care to explain yourself in...

    Perhaps you'd care to explain yourself in English, if you please.
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    Gosh, thanks for that, Dagne. Wouldn't that be...

    Gosh, thanks for that, Dagne. Wouldn't that be great? :)
  22. Are we speaking about the same paper?...

    Are we speaking about the same paper?
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    https://www.shh.mpg.de/1713358/original-1590693135.png

    In Hungary the proportions of "HG" actually...
  23. If I look just at the written dialect, I find it...

    If I look just at the written dialect, I find it perfectly understandable. Sung, less so. Probably, if spoken quickly, even less so. I sometimes wonder if people from further north who claim not to...
  24. Same thing happened with Spain, yes, some early...

    Same thing happened with Spain, yes, some early SSA maternal haplogroups.

    It's highly unlikely, imo, that the SSA entered the Levant only with the Arab Slave Trade, although that may be when the...
  25. Thanks for the clear answer.

    Thanks for the clear answer.
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