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  1. I have made coordinates for the whole paper, I...

    I have made coordinates for the whole paper, I will organize them when I get a chance:


    ANI152_Bulgaria_Varna_Eneolithic1,0,13.38,0,0,45.42,36.41,4.79...
  2. I don't doubt that many of the PIE languages came...

    I don't doubt that many of the PIE languages came from the Steppe. But in the case the Myceneans, it is currently unresolved. I think perhaps they may be one of the exceptions.
  3. I wonder if the eastern Model for the Mycenaeans...

    I wonder if the eastern Model for the Mycenaeans could be correct:

    https://i.imgur.com/0nEoquq.png

    https://i.imgur.com/q7Srzpc.png

    Bronze Age Armenia had a relatively large amount of EHG...
  4. Thanks, though it seems that C6 has something...

    Thanks, though it seems that C6 has something more to do with Armenia_LBA than Anatolia. It seems that the Eastern Mediterranean have something more to do with Anatolia, from what I have seen. This...
  5. Here is my results, I ran them against me, and my...

    Here is my results, I ran them against me, and my top 10, which are close to me and form a clade, with similar component percentages. They are the blue, and all fall into the Italy_Mediterranean_C6...
  6. Sticky: Update with Balkan BA and IA averages.

    Update with Balkan BA and IA averages.
  7. The genomic history of southeastern Europe (Dodecad K7b)

    I've updated the thread to include samples from the whole paper.

    https://www.ebi.ac.uk/ena/browser/view/PRJEB22652

    I have made coordinates for the whole paper, I will organize them when I get a...
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    Not a video, but I thought this was hilarious: ...

    Not a video, but I thought this was hilarious:

    https://i.imgur.com/8IxgjsN.jpg
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pV-Xppl6h8E

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pV-Xppl6h8E
  10. I think traces are likely, but these two seem to...

    I think traces are likely, but these two seem to have a more significant amount. However, I think it is also likely that Puglesi are different from one another at least on the provincial level. Me...
  11. I'm not an expert on eurogenes calculators, tbh.

    I'm not an expert on eurogenes calculators, tbh.
  12. https://i.imgur.com/XkDWB6p.png This one has...

    https://i.imgur.com/XkDWB6p.png

    This one has 11.4% North African in them, it should be noted that the settlement of Muslims in Foggia started in 1225 AD, and lasted for 75 years. However, these...
  13. Indeed, @Lukas, how were you able to process...

    Indeed,

    @Lukas, how were you able to process it? I tried with WGSExtract, but kept getting an error. If possible, could you make raw data files for these samples as well? Thanks!
  14. https://i.imgur.com/o6z2C8M.png ...

    https://i.imgur.com/o6z2C8M.png

    https://i.imgur.com/xHk6TdD.png

    Hmm, some pretty striking difference between the sample and I, notably the 17.8% North African. I am Pugliese as well, but from...
  15. Great, could you make coordinates for Dodecad K7b?

    Great, could you make coordinates for Dodecad K7b?
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    Poll: Interesting maps:...

    Interesting maps:
    https://i.imgur.com/rhZbvM9.png
    https://i.imgur.com/aYLqJx5.png
    https://i.imgur.com/rAwN04v.png
    https://i.imgur.com/bWF3t0h.png
    https://i.imgur.com/CVbmu2d.png...
  17. Sticky: My results with C6, and with C6 pruned, using the...

    My results with C6, and with C6 pruned, using the latest coordinates:

    https://i.imgur.com/JF9wj4u.png


    Here is the modeling for C6 itself:

    https://i.imgur.com/MH0dB2p.png
  18. Unfortunately the BAM files do not process into...

    Unfortunately the BAM files do not process into raw data with the tools I am using.
  19. Indeed, South Italian or Sicilian samples would...

    Indeed, South Italian or Sicilian samples would probably be better samples to use. Those are the populations the Normans interacted with.
  20. We see an increase of CHG and Anatolian_N across...

    We see an increase of CHG and Anatolian_N across the board in Northern Europe from the Iron Age to the present. Perhaps that has to do with intermingling with Southern Europe in general within that...
  21. Weren't the Italians samples from medieval...

    Weren't the Italians samples from medieval Foggia? Southern Italy is where the Normans had territory. TSI could just be a proxy for that. TSI is usually used as a generic Italian population in DNA...
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    Indeed, those are comparable figures.

    Indeed, those are comparable figures.
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    Armenia_LBA has a relatively large amount of EHG,...

    Armenia_LBA has a relatively large amount of EHG, (the rest mostly Iran_N-like ancestry, and Anatolian_N); especially compared to modern-day Armenians, and precursors to LBA. Even R1 Protovillanovan...
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    https://i.imgur.com/rCHP5jY.png

    https://i.imgur.com/rCHP5jY.png
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    https://i.imgur.com/VuIHyC2.png Here are some...

    https://i.imgur.com/VuIHyC2.png

    Here are some interesting results using Dodecad K7b, with select coordinates I produced for Ancient West Eurasia. The Iron Age Latini, Etruscans, Protovillanovan,...
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