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  1. From what I read long ago about Philip II, the...

    From what I read long ago about Philip II, the evidence is not 100% conclusive that we are talking about his bones. However there is circumstantial evidence for it.

    I find it peculiar we have so...
  2. Similar to my thoughts so far. The presence of...

    Similar to my thoughts so far. The presence of J2B2 along with the R1B makes me also think that L283 might have been incorporated somewhere out of Europe during the IE expansions, and came to Europe...
  3. Fully agree. It is like we are playing connect...

    Fully agree. It is like we are playing connect the dots, but for some regions and time frames there are too few dots. Hence what might be a cat looks like a fish when you connect the dots.

    I feel...
  4. This is hype! Interesting that out of 8 Y...

    This is hype!

    Interesting that out of 8 Y samples. Only 3 were buried with weapons. And two of them are in their 50s.
    This could be due to some sort of meritocracy, long life more chance to gain...
  5. Is this the samples leaked earlier on Anthro?

    Is this the samples leaked earlier on Anthro?
  6. I see. The thing about autosomal is that within...

    I see. The thing about autosomal is that within 6+ generations the steppe autosomal would fully dilute. And given the life expectancy you could expect 5 generations in 100 year period if not more....
  7. No. But if what Maciamo shared with the graphic...

    No. But if what Maciamo shared with the graphic are samples where these samples in the paper came from, there are 30-40 Sardinian samples from the bronze age somewhere.
    ...
  8. They couldn't have been Beeker? I have heard that...

    They couldn't have been Beeker? I have heard that theory circulating as a suspicion. But am not knowledgeable enough to say.
    Afaik Beakers were IE, and from what I understand of L283 Bronze Age...
  9. I am aware of that. Exactly why I am so...

    I am aware of that. Exactly why I am so interested in the many Sardinian samples in this study. Since the biggest open question for L283 are the 1300 bc Nuragic basal subbranches of l283. Who most...
  10. There are a lot of Sardinian samples not out yet...

    There are a lot of Sardinian samples not out yet from what I understood from the graphic. I am very interested in the Nuragics.
  11. Are more samples coming out? Or different paper...

    Are more samples coming out? Or different paper coming out?
  12. Think it was L283 actually.

    Think it was L283 actually.
  13. That is quite interesting. And it makes a lot of...

    That is quite interesting. And it makes a lot of sense. Could be one of the many factors for the founder effects of IE Y haplogroups.
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    Oh yes friend. I absolutely love her dark...

    Oh yes friend. I absolutely love her dark beautiful eyes! Make me weak at the knees.
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    HAHAH the "hotoid" caught me off guard. We...

    HAHAH the "hotoid" caught me off guard.

    We have similar tastes John. I am in the same boat :P
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    :good_job: Not only is she gorgeous but the way...

    :good_job: Not only is she gorgeous but the way she poses, so cool!
  17. If that is the case. South of the Libyan(African)...

    If that is the case. South of the Libyan(African) desert (Sahara?), would indeed be Ethiopia.
  18. Yeah... I just got really confused now. First...

    Yeah... I just got really confused now.

    First he says they are South of Egypt.

    Then he says:

    "Ethiopians, who inhabit that part of Libya that is on the southern sea. "


    And then:
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    Classify these beauties

    First I want to say that these women are models, and as such usually have a huge team of hairdressers, make up artists, professional photographers, for that matter take it at face value for what it...
  20. If I am not mistaken the timeline is similar to...

    If I am not mistaken the timeline is similar to the OoA event, however Kenya is a bit to mainland Africa for being in the route of the OoA expansion.

    No way to know though, the article makes no...
  21. Earliest known human burial in Africa

    Published: 05 May 2021

    Earliest known human burial in Africa



    María Martinón-Torres,
    Francesco d’Errico,
    […]
    Michael D. Petraglia
  22. Understandable. Glad to see you still around,...

    Understandable. Glad to see you still around, your contributions and knowledge on Anthropology/ History are invaluable to the forum. Also your calm demeanor is a big +.
  23. You might wanna re read the Herodotus quote. It...

    You might wanna re read the Herodotus quote. It does not say what you claim it says. In fact it contradicts your conclusion.
  24. Well it is interesting that the article did not...

    Well it is interesting that the article did not mention anything about smithing, so I guess if you are correct that makes the title misleading.

    I still find it fascinating nonetheless, since it...
  25. That is so evil " In the grade one section,...

    That is so evil " In the grade one section, children are told to compare their skin color to a chart. If they are "darker" than a certain number they are to sit in a color "affiliated" group at lunch...
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