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    Harvesting wild grain is different from figuring...

    Harvesting wild grain is different from figuring out that the plants come from the seeds and saving some wild grain seeds and planting them near your settlement, and which conditions are best for...
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    Could you provide the paper and page from which...

    Could you provide the paper and page from which the first graphic was taken?

    There is SSA in the Saudis, the Palestinians, the Jordanians, and even in the Christian Lebanese, about equally divided...
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    By definition, the EEF (Early European Farmers),...

    By definition, the EEF (Early European Farmers), were not hunter-gatherers, they were farmers, and they were in Europe, not Anatolia. In the Near East we had, among others, the ANF, or Anatolian...
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    The original EEF who were tested (from LBK) were...

    The original EEF who were tested (from LBK) were extremely similar to early Anatolian farmers, with only a few percentage points of additional WHG. Slowly, over time, the farmers of Europe absorbed...
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    Not going to see the movie since I didn't even...

    Not going to see the movie since I didn't even like the play. :) The only thing that's spectacular is this one song, and no one has ever sung it better than Elaine May, imo, both musically and...
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    Actually, the first cereal farming was not in the...

    Actually, the first cereal farming was not in the floodlands; it was in the foothills of the Levant.

    Part of it was definitely that the area was blessed with both floral and fauna which was...
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    I'm out of juice already. I like too many posts....

    I'm out of juice already. I like too many posts. :) Sorry, Salento, and thanks.

    ]https://i.imgur.com/wYv000r.png

    I'm ignoring the one "Corsican" sample who is right next to me. I remember one...
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    OK.Back to square 1. :)

    OK.Back to square 1. :)
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    In the shadow of Vesuvius. :) Sorrento and...

    In the shadow of Vesuvius. :)

    Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast are among my favorite places to visit in Italy. It's the favorite for my kids.

    My Neapolitan nonna in law was from more inland,...
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    That would be interesting. My husband's...

    That would be interesting. My husband's grandmother was from Naples, but he's lost track of the men in that family. I'd like to see the results. Do you know from where in Campania they came?
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    I don't remember if I posted these. So, here...

    I don't remember if I posted these.

    So, here goes...


    Distance to:
    Angela


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  12. Me too. It stinks, especially because my husband...

    Me too. It stinks, especially because my husband is the bionic man who never, ever gets sick. I can't remember the last time he had a cold, I don't think he's ever had a sinus infection or the flu...
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    Well, I seem to have made a mistake. :) Not...

    Well, I seem to have made a mistake. :)

    Not only do no names show up (they only show up if I hover the mouse over them, but the Italian samples don't show up.

    What did you put in source, and...
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    I have no idea who you are or if these results...

    I have no idea who you are or if these results are "yours". What I do know is that R 850 is half italic and half Chalcolithic Anatolian. Would that describe your purported ancestry?

    My husband...
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    Well, I certainly wasn't attacking him, so why...

    Well, I certainly wasn't attacking him, so why didn't he up vote MY post pointing out all the western Hunter gatherer in Sardinians, I mean considering that he apparently up voted a Davidski post...
  16. I like that you start young. :) This boy is...

    I like that you start young. :) This boy is holding his own with a woman old enough to be his mother.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgCPIAHME8s
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    Weirdly, I'm at "second to third cousin" level...

    Weirdly, I'm at "second to third cousin" level with a family which traces descent from Denmark.

    It has to be that someone North-Central Italian got into their bloodline without their knowing, or...
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    On every level this is too much...Sicilia. :) ...

    On every level this is too much...Sicilia. :)


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d--A3AHIgss

    I'm a simple woman. Give me a porchetta sandwich with good bread, or crusty focaccia with just a...
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    Best sandwich shop in Florence?

    Best sandwich shop in Florence???


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyZh_FIhGlU
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    @Farstar, I agree as to the Mesopotamians. ...

    @Farstar,

    I agree as to the Mesopotamians.

    We actually know a lot about the first agriculturalists of the Near East. Cereal farming began in the southwest, and animal husbandry near the Zagros...
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    I just saw this. Sorry if I'm intruding, but...

    I just saw this. Sorry if I'm intruding, but despite some additional "east med" in Sardinians, they have a lot of WHG compared to the Anatolian farmers. I thought everyone knew that.

    Of course, it...
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    I know it's dating me, but South Florida always...

    I know it's dating me, but South Florida always means Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine. :) They still play that music in the Lord and Taylor clothing store as background music, and in my...
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    Me too. My normal temp is always 97. something. If I have a 99 temp I'm sick. When it's 100 I'm at death's door. :) I had a terrible case of pneumonia about twenty years ago, and my temp was 99.
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    They didn't become "Slavic"; they became Slavic...

    They didn't become "Slavic"; they became Slavic speaking, and they have a bit more "Slavic" ancestry, but not by much. People keep ignoring the high levels in the rest of the Balkans of what the old...
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    I agree that uniparentals are good for tracing...

    I agree that uniparentals are good for tracing migration paths. The fact that my father was U-152 confirms, as ancient dna also now confirms, that a y line originating somewhere in far eastern...
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