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  1. Strange, I have the paper but when I try to...

    Strange, I have the paper but when I try to upload it to Eupedia it says it's too big. :/
  2. I have this theory that the new Chalco mix of...

    I have this theory that the new Chalco mix of Eastern Mediterranean started to spread from Anatolia with viticulture from the Caucasus to the west in the eastern Med in the late...
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    Where my family is from is the mountains of...

    Where my family is from is the mountains of Avellino and Campobasso. I'm not aware of any Jewish people living in those areas like they did in Calabria and Sicily, but I could be wrong about that and...
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    I myself have been assigned 17% Sephardic. My...

    I myself have been assigned 17% Sephardic. My ancestry on my mother's side is predominantly from Southern Italy with no known Jewish ancestry. Before I had 27% Southern European and 14% Anatolia, now...
  5. Could it be that some also came with Bulgar/Avar...

    Could it be that some also came with Bulgar/Avar horsemen? They settled in Molise in the 7th century and was reported by Paul the Deacon in the 8th century and he said "although they speak Latin,...
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    [email protected] Thanks for the compliment :). I was...

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    Thanks for the compliment :). I was thinking about what I said earlier about the Romano-sphere being better dressed. Maybe it was more the Gauls that were better dressed. I've read about...
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    [email protected] It's interesting that you mention...

    [email protected] It's interesting that you mention Britain. I think they are an interesting case. I've been told numerous times half of Britain prefers things American and the other half more French or...
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    Very interesting. Sometimes I'm appalled at the...

    Very interesting. Sometimes I'm appalled at the lack of fashion sense in the U.S. that isn't NYC or LA. Somewhere I read Italian men and French women are the best dressed. I tend to agree. I'd say...
  9. The first are my results. The second are my...

    The first are my results. The second are my mother's.


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  10. Interesting what you said about music. Though, I...

    Interesting what you said about music. Though, I understand and agree what you're saying about how you can't attribute geneflow with things like music. I just always thought peculiar the type of...
  11. Where is Molise?

    Where is Molise?
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    I never meant that that Denmark and the...

    I never meant that that Denmark and the Netherlands were similar but that Angeln had North Frisians and Schleswig-Holstein had Danish and both had Low German. I was up late listening to various...
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    What about Schleswig-Holstein and Angeln? It...

    What about Schleswig-Holstein and Angeln? It could easily be a part of Denmark and the Netherlands linguistically.
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    I am aware that Molise is Central/Southern and...

    I am aware that Molise is Central/Southern and Campania is Southern, I suppose I had written it badly. Hers or rather our family come from all three regions, North marrying South when they came to...
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    My mother's family is from Northern Lombardy near...

    My mother's family is from Northern Lombardy near the Swiss Border, Ferrazzano in Molise and Atripalda in Campania. I tested her with Ancestry. Her results are Europe: Italy/Greece 73%, Great Britain...
  16. Not that I totally disagree with what you say but...

    Not that I totally disagree with what you say but I can sense a bit of biased hatred when I read it. Wasn't Sweden a bit of a bogeyman and bully during the 17th and early 18th centuries? The invasion...
  17. I looked this up. hay (n.)...

    I looked this up. hay (n.) http://www.etymonline.com/graphics/dictionary.gif"grass mown," Old English heg (Anglian), hieg, hig (West Saxon) "grass cut or mown for fodder," from Proto-Germanic...
  18. I just tried phasing for the first time with...

    I just tried phasing for the first time with Gedmatch using my mothers and my results trying to see what my late fathers DNA might be. He had some 2-4 sub-Saharan African and 6-15 South Asian and the...
  19. Only Sicily had long lasting Islamic rule with...

    Only Sicily had long lasting Islamic rule with the mainland receiving raids by the Saracens. Sardinia also received raids but their numbers are low. It could be the Sea Peoples but I've read, though...
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    Why say Jewish media? Why not say JUST the media?...

    Why say Jewish media? Why not say JUST the media? Freedom of speech might not apply on this forum...
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    Very interesting. Familytree doesn't recognize...

    Very interesting. Familytree doesn't recognize any of my British heritage but Ancestry gets it on the money. The NY law is so frustrating! I am between Canada and Pennsylvania, maybe I should take a...
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    I tested with Ancestry and Familytree (not...

    I tested with Ancestry and Familytree (not 23andMe because of NY state laws) and with Ancestry I tested 2% European Jewish, Familytree 0% but with Eurogenes either gives me 25% Lebanese, Syrian or...
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    I am haplogroup X2j. Think of Haplogroup as a big...

    I am haplogroup X2j. Think of Haplogroup as a big family tree and subclades are it's branches. There is some good information on this website about mtDNA X. There are other papers dedicated to it as...
  24. I'm not sure I believe what I wrote myself about...

    I'm not sure I believe what I wrote myself about raiding and brides, just a thought looking back into myth and roots in the language that show similarities throughout the IE world. David W. Anthony...
  25. Maybe they traded their horses for foreign women?...

    Maybe they traded their horses for foreign women? There are stories and myths in multiple Indo-European societies about bride prices for horses. Then there is the guest/ghosti connection with guest...
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