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  1. It was so evident that metals were in Iberia...

    It was so evident that metals were in Iberia before the Steppic introgression of BA, and that the first metallurgy skills were already sent to S-E Europe/Balkans through Anatolia by people presenting...
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    The question is, we cannot put in the same bag...

    The question is, we cannot put in the same bag all the people with MORE OR LESS black skin, when they have a lot of skeletal and autosomal differences and are living in different periods of history,...
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    Thanks. But my question was to be precise: have...

    Thanks.
    But my question was to be precise: have all these individuals we speak about G;G at this SNP, or someones have a mix A;G ?
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    We are focalising on one aspect of this topic but...

    We are focalising on one aspect of this topic but it's interesting.
    To split hairs as often (if I have understood well your thought), I 'll say "upturned nose bridge" is not a so accurate...
  5. I don't see any argument in favour of a...

    I don't see any argument in favour of a proto-Celtic or Celtic pop rich for Y-I2a1-L621, and no more in favour of a measurable Celtic input into the Slavic ethnogenesis, to date.
    Concerning Y-I2a1b,...
  6. sorry Northerner: I would be amazed it a good...

    sorry Northerner:
    I would be amazed it a good pound of truth wouldn't reside in this analysis.
    not IT but IF !!!
  7. Thanks Northerner; I have to read it again and...

    Thanks Northerner; I have to read it again and weigh it. Other scholars could disagree but I would be amazed it a good pound of truth wouldn't reside in this analysis.
  8. Poll: If Y-E1b-V13 and its proper ancestors were in...

    If Y-E1b-V13 and its proper ancestors were in Europe since Mesolithic or even earlier, I think its focus was rather in Southeastern Europe than in Iberia or around. The East-West rather light...
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    @Doggerland post #103 I agree with the most...

    @Doggerland post #103

    I agree with the most of your post.

    you say too:
    He doesn't resemble any living population in a large percentage.
    Its the same case like with the Tarim Mummies, some...
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    @Torzio Interesting. Were they all homozygotous...

    @Torzio
    Interesting.
    Were they all homozygotous for blue eyes?
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    There are so numerous forms of noses that it is...

    There are so numerous forms of noses that it is uneasy to put all them in only two bags. Not to say what you wrote is wrong.
    It seems to me that the more southern East Asians have more often ...
  12. Hallstatt seems come from East for the future...

    Hallstatt seems come from East for the future KNOWN Celtic core, and surely on foreign eastern impulse, it's was not very Celtic by origin, BUT it send cultural modficiations among the Celtic world,...
  13. Time is not synonym of change in everyplace, and...

    Time is not synonym of change in everyplace, and change is not synonym of replacement or introgression everytime.
    It seems 3/4 of the Hallstatt elite was similar to the first elite layer itself not...
  14. @Riverman A little objection: what pushes you to...

    @Riverman
    A little objection: what pushes you to consider almost all Y-E-V13 of thess times were come so precisely from the peri-Gava-Channelled ware groups nand their derivatives? Have you a list...
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    I agree. There has been an evolution in situ by...

    I agree. There has been an evolution in situ by time, and the first signals of external input (archeology) pointed rather to Helladic cultures from around Egea sea. If some Steppe genetic input is...
  16. Have we a lot of Y-Haplo's for these places and...

    Have we a lot of Y-Haplo's for these places and times? I would be interested.
    For U106 I think it was the IE launcher in North, at a time its dialects were stayed closer to the Celtic-Italic group....
  17. My post was just about origin and spread of the...

    My post was just about origin and spread of the LaTène C.
    Surely for more than a reason « Celts » of LaTène were not exactly the same as « Celts » of western Hallstatt. I have just now not enough...
  18. @Riverman post #833 interesting From where and...

    @Riverman post #833
    interesting
    From where and when came I23995 and I26742 ?
    They could check Liburnians or Sth Veneti in some way, some Italics...
  19. The numbers, as trade tools, are not the best...

    The numbers, as trade tools, are not the best examples to take for recontruction, IMO, all the more when the concerned nouns are already close enough betwee languages.
    Concerning Germanic, I doubt...
  20. Just to split hairs; La Tène site in Switzerland...

    Just to split hairs;
    La Tène site in Switzerland is only the place where the first traces of Latene cuture has been discovered. I think it isn't the place of origin nor the center of gravity of this...
  21. It isn't to put upside down the whole...

    It isn't to put upside down the whole argumentation here; just to be precise, it seems that Illyrians were not the same as Liburnians and other N-W Balkan tribes, at least linguistically speaking. At...
  22. a Y-R1b-U152 with autosomals profile IA...

    a Y-R1b-U152 with autosomals profile IA Slovenian-like in this context smells ideal Italic (of what kind?, proto-Latin or not?) or maybe kind of Etruscan (less sure). It's almost sure Italics stayed...
  23. @Riverman. I'm a bit expeditive in my comments,...

    @Riverman. I'm a bit expeditive in my comments, spite yourself was moderate in your last post. My first aim was to propose LaTène/Western Hallstatt late conflicts were intra-Celts conflict, as a...
  24. You have a very precise and seemingly very well...

    You have a very precise and seemingly very well documented narrative, about Y-E-V13,Channeled Ware, Hallstatt and so on ; I'm just cautious about the interpretations of all these cultural changes and...
  25. I think western Hallstatt is based on a foreign...

    I think western Hallstatt is based on a foreign input from Hungary or around (1/4 of the elites seemed come from elsewhere, physically speaking) among already Celtised tribes; La Tène is a turn in...
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