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    The enigma of bronze age tin

    Isotope systematics and chemical composition of tin ingots from Mochlos (Crete) and other Late Bronze Age sites in the eastern Mediterranean Sea: An ultimate key to tin provenance?

    Daniel Berger,...
  2. I think you're confusing the language with the...

    I think you're confusing the language with the alphabet/script again.


    If the Venetic and the Rhaetic/Rhaetian are similar in languages, it means that the Venetic is also a Tyrrhenian language.
  3. If Euganei were expelled from the Veneti, how can...

    If Euganei were expelled from the Veneti, how can they be the first Venetic people? The Euganei were certainly one of the first Venetic people, if not the first, in a broad sense. But they were more...
  4. Camunic language is considered a...

    Camunic language is considered a pre–Indo-European language and some scholars think is related to the Rhaetian language. Others think Camunic language might be related to that of the Euganei, but we...
  5. According to many etruscologists and...

    According to many etruscologists and archaeologists, the high levels of sophistication of Etruscan civilization have nothing to do with their origins and are mostly due to the orientalizing period....
  6. Razib Khan proves once again to be the most...

    Razib Khan proves once again to be the most accurate and honest on Italians.
  7. These ethnicity estimates should never be taken...

    These ethnicity estimates should never be taken seriously. Any company, not only MH.
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    Artworks only become realistic with the Roman...

    Artworks only become realistic with the Roman era. Hard to judge older artworks that reflect more certain tastes.
  9. Albanians and almost all southern European have...

    Albanians and almost all southern European have no less farmer ancestry than Greeks and Italians. Modern Turks are extremely variable, since they have assimilated over centuries everything from the...
  10. Of course there's alywas an agenda behind this....

    Of course there's alywas an agenda behind this. Just see how many people talk about Etruscans in the forums without ever having read anything and are focused only on the origins. The "agenda" starts...
  11. Personally, I prefer to wait for the publication...

    Personally, I prefer to wait for the publication of the studies. Rumors may be fake, too.





    I obviously agree with you.

    As you know these frescoes from southern Etruria were made during...
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    That's interesting. I will certainly read it.

    That's interesting. I will certainly read it.
  13. In fact, they seem like two completely different...

    In fact, they seem like two completely different things.


    Beyond the conclusions that might be correct or wrong, Hannah Moots is real and we know from published sources that she is really...
  14. An archaeologist friend of mine confirmed to me...

    An archaeologist friend of mine confirmed to me that Etruscan samples were sent to various laboratories for autosomal analysis.

    And then certainly Stanford has already analyzed some Etruscan...
  15. Romans in that PCA are definitely closer to...

    Romans in that PCA are definitely closer to Southern Italians. Abruzzesi are genetically Southern Italians even if more northern shifted than southern Italian average. Of course assuming that PCA is...
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    Duck all’arancia The Florentine origins of a...

    Duck all’arancia

    The Florentine origins of a French classic

    Elizabeth Young
    NOVEMBER 22, 2012

    For those who don't take an interest in hunting, it is easy to forget that the transition from...
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    After the Italian one, the French cuisine is...

    After the Italian one, the French cuisine is probably my favorite among the European ones. Then there are some very interesting regional differences in France.
  18. R. Jung · M. Mehofer · Mycenaean Greece and...

    R. Jung · M. Mehofer · Mycenaean Greece and Bronze Age Italy: cooperation, trade or war? (2013)

    - "EARLY »URNFIELD BRONZES« IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION"

    - COMBAT TECHNOLOGY AND USE-WEAR...
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    Correct me if I'm wrong, Angela. It seems to me...

    Correct me if I'm wrong, Angela. It seems to me that this new archaeological discovery confirms what Iosif Lazaridis discovered with his study on Minoans and Mycenaeans.

    "the shift from the...
  20. Of course you're right, but where is the evidence...

    Of course you're right, but where is the evidence that the many toponyms "rasna" in the Slavic world, both southern and northern Slavic, derive from the Slavic word "rasa"?
  21. In Italian it's "razza", in English is "race",...

    In Italian it's "razza", in English is "race", but how do you explain that it's present in place names in the Slavic world including in northern Slavic countries? Are we sure it's the same word?
  22. I guess that's what Rasna means in Slavic...

    I guess that's what Rasna means in Slavic languages, right?
  23. Rasna is indeed spread in many Slavic countries...

    Rasna is indeed spread in many Slavic countries as a toponym, but they're most likely homonyms with the Etruscan Rasna.

    The Etruscan Rasenna is thought by some scholars to be a name based on an...
  24. Reinhard Jung, Push and Pull Factors of the Sea...

    Reinhard Jung, Push and Pull Factors of the Sea Peoples between Italy and the Levant

    J. Driessen (ed.), An Archaeology of Forced Migration. Crisis-induced Mobility and the Collapse of the 13th c....
  25. The Basques are exactly the opposite of what you...

    The Basques are exactly the opposite of what you claim, since they speak a non-IE language and instead also have steppe DNA.

    The rest is just speculation. There is no evidence that the Basque...
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