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  1. It seems that at a distance of 4.5, the modern...

    It seems that at a distance of 4.5, the modern Tuscans are not radically different from Iron Age Central Italians.
  2. Unfortunately more people have an "Apricity" view...

    Unfortunately more people have an "Apricity" view of ethnicity and genetic history.

    They care about the past if it bolsters their sense of self-worth and the facts go their own way as usual.
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    I know that.:content:

    I know that.:content:
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    The Roman legionaries on the Rhine and Danube...

    The Roman legionaries on the Rhine and Danube were mostly from Northern Italy and later mostly from Gaul and the Balkans.
  5. The R1b invaders were Steppe-admixed but only as...

    The R1b invaders were Steppe-admixed but only as a relatively small minority element.
  6. When is the Campanian paper coming out?

    When is the Campanian paper coming out?
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    Let's face it. All the world powers will soon...

    Let's face it.

    All the world powers will soon be led by "strong men" (or women).

    Most humans are just too lazy and greedy to truly fight for "democracy", however it's defined.
  8. No, older R1b was not from Siberia. Corded...

    No, older R1b was not from Siberia.

    Corded Ware was mainly R1a with some R1b interlopers. So, I don't deny R1a and R1b in Corded Ware together because R1b was widespread and originally linked to...
  9. Amen to that. The Steppe...Corded Ware...and...

    Amen to that.

    The Steppe...Corded Ware...and repeat.
  10. The oldest recorded R1b in Europe is still from...

    The oldest recorded R1b in Europe is still from Villabruna in the Italian Alps from 14,000 years ago.

    In any case Yamna was R1b and Corded Ware was MAINLY R1a.
  11. Quite right. That would answer many questions for...

    Quite right. That would answer many questions for sure.

    In the past many of us used to complain that studies were focused on mtdna because it was easier to work with.
  12. Now one poster on Anthrogenica is accusing...

    Now one poster on Anthrogenica is accusing Lazaridis of political bias.
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    Sticky: What does MNE stand for?

    What does MNE stand for?
  14. Go to the Eurogenes blog...latest article by...

    Go to the Eurogenes blog...latest article by Davidski.

    I don't agree with his views but he provides a free link to the supplementary information.

    Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.:awesome:
  15. The supplementary information (page 234) has 4pc...

    The supplementary information (page 234) has 4pc (plus or minus 1pc) EHG for Mycenaeans and only 1pc (plus or minus 1pc) EHG for Minoans.

    "The EHG ancestry is ~3-fold lower in the Mycenaean...
  16. Also, Mycenaeans seem to have more "Levant" than...

    Also, Mycenaeans seem to have more "Levant" than the Minoans.
  17. This works for me.

    This works for me.
  18. It defies logic. How can an overwhelmingly R1a...

    It defies logic.

    How can an overwhelmingly R1a ethnicity, the Corded Ware people, give birth to an R1b population?
  19. Where's the Corded Ware R1a in Iron Age Latins...

    Where's the Corded Ware R1a in Iron Age Latins (and Etruscans too, by the way who are non-IE-speakers but mostly R1b)?
  20. Strange question. I look to Bell Beaker and...

    Strange question.

    I look to Bell Beaker and R1b and not Corded Ware and R1a.
  21. Corded Ware was mostly R1a. Any R1b males were...

    Corded Ware was mostly R1a.

    Any R1b males were exceptions... probably interlopers or exiles.
  22. With all due respect to Lazaridis et alia, I'm...

    With all due respect to Lazaridis et alia, I'm R1b and Beaker-descended not an R1a Corded Ware bod.
  23. Sure, Bonehead in a Chariot.:laughing::laughing:

    Sure, Bonehead in a Chariot.:laughing::laughing:
  24. Northern Europe had nothing to do with IE...

    Northern Europe had nothing to do with IE linguistic origins.

    That was the Steppes+South of the Caucasus at fairly even levels and all the extremist contortions and semantic trickery in the world...
  25. This is how it looks to me too.

    This is how it looks to me too.
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