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    I think that is a very plausible explanation. So...

    I think that is a very plausible explanation. So a Y-DNA Haplogroup that may have entered thousands of years ago in and off it self can't totally explain closest genetic affinity I think you and I...
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    Ailchu: I think some of the authors when words in...

    Ailchu: I think some of the authors when words in the text had some political leanings. That is of course my opinion and I am not saying it is reality. Some of the samples they used for comparison...
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    Ailchu: I am not for open borders anywhere. I...

    Ailchu: I am not for open borders anywhere. I have stated that numerous times on the political forums on this site. People crashing borders and demanding legal status in countries not their own is...
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    I am not upset, I just again disagree with your...

    I am not upset, I just again disagree with your continual assertions that it makes no sense to look at ancient DNA samples and then compare them to yourself to analyze how much genetic affinity you...
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    Torzio: I have tried to be civil and respectful...

    Torzio: I have tried to be civil and respectful in my posts with you. I did not say you can never determine and know who you were before the Middle ages. That is not what I said. If one shows...
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    It is not important that I know if I am a Norman...

    It is not important that I know if I am a Norman or not or if I am am a Phoenician or not. For the record, I don't think I am strongly genetically connected to either based on every running genetic...
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    Torzio: I agree with you about trying to trace...

    Torzio: I agree with you about trying to trace your direct lineage via Haplogroup analyis. No disagreement there. Also, not disagreement that modern nations today existed going back to Antiquity and...
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    Good Afternoon Duarte and Angela: I am glad...

    Good Afternoon Duarte and Angela: I am glad Duarte posted this. My quick take is the Reich team (Lazaradis was on the paper as well) findings (Fernandes et al 2020) on Iran Neolithic dating back...
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    Ok thanks. I was just wanting to be clear I was...

    Ok thanks. I was just wanting to be clear I was in favor of using ancient components and where my position was since there were a few posts where Torzio and I were responding back and forth (all...
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    Real expert: A guy was obsessed with Sicily and...

    Real expert: A guy was obsessed with Sicily and their Levantine connection was banned. Well that statement in and off itself is BS that this guy made. Again, how the hell does Sicily cluster with...
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    Angela: For clarification purposes and in the...

    Angela: For clarification purposes and in the context of addressing you as moderator/advisor, my issue was clearly why didn't Sazzini et al 2020 take into account Raveane et al 2019 and Antonio et al...
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    Yetos: I agree with you, the People in Sicily...

    Yetos: I agree with you, the People in Sicily before any Pheonician trade/port centers were founded, again circa 1000-900BC or Greek Colonization from circa 800-750BC, were in terms of ancestry,...
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    As for when Sicily was colonized by Greeks, the...

    As for when Sicily was colonized by Greeks, the documented date in the research literature is 8th century BC, which is the same time in Southern Italian mainland. As for Pheonicians, they started...
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    Good one, because there are people alive today...

    Good one, because there are people alive today that will tell you "If the King James Bible was good enough for Saint Paul, then it is good enough for me":rolleyes2:
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    Torzio: I took nothing in your post to say you...

    Torzio: I took nothing in your post to say you support Sazzini one way or the other. I think your posts were neutral and post raised legitimate questions (i.e. failure to consider CHG) about what was...
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    Valid points about the CHG and just lumping it...

    Valid points about the CHG and just lumping it together. As Angela noted, all those populations in Near East should be defined with appropriate terminology. I always hate when anything Anatolian/Near...
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    Pax: Glad you posted it, Ensi looks like someone...

    Pax: Glad you posted it, Ensi looks like someone who tans in the summer and winter months gets fair. So freaking what? Ack most not understand the term "Terrone" it has a link back to people who were...
  18. I skimmed through the paper and it does have a...

    I skimmed through the paper and it does have a Literature Review consistent with what a Phd Committee Chair would want.
  19. Angela: I have access to the paper via my...

    Angela: I have access to the paper via my University Library, the pdf version I downloaded is 35 pages. I don't know what the exact policy is so I didn't try to link the entire paper in my post but...
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    In my experience, the two groups you cited, while...

    In my experience, the two groups you cited, while obviously different on the DNA spectrum or in terms of their ideology, analytical skills, scholarship etc, 100% in agreement, that is they both...
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    Grotta dell "Uzzo is in the Natural park in...

    Grotta dell "Uzzo is in the Natural park in Trapani near San Vito Lopo, which is on the Northern Coastal extremes of Trapani. The ancient sample from Favignana which dates around the same time as the...
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    Ok, nice theoretical background laid out there....

    Ok, nice theoretical background laid out there. Like I said, a "legitimate research question" that I hope the top notch scholars will address.

    Cheers, PT
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    Those are 2 periods with significant differences...

    Those are 2 periods with significant differences in time periods. Classical era, we are only talking about 200 or so years, 6th century to 4th century BC, etc. However, we do have samples Pre...
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    mataworf: I think what you are asking is a fair...

    mataworf: I think what you are asking is a fair "research question" that hopefully the legitimate scholars like Krause, Lazaridis, Reich, Mathieseon, etc to adress. I don't know if there are any...
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    Ok, well my position on antrogenica is well...

    Ok, well my position on antrogenica is well documented in my earlier post. The reason for aversion to Near East is I guess because of the "Stepper" fetish some in that circle have. They all want to...
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