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    The Samara Culture existed much earlier than the...

    The Samara Culture existed much earlier than the bulk of the steppe migrations westwards and eastwards. By the time they happened, in the LCA and EBA, the Khvalynsk-related people had mixed...
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    So who do you understand the Proto-Italic portion...

    So who do you understand the Proto-Italic portion of the Italic genetic structure was closest to? I also get LN/EBA Germany affinities, but generally also including a more "western" (Iberia, France)...
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    Oops, sorry, I meant Bronze Age/Early Iron Age...

    Oops, sorry, I meant Bronze Age/Early Iron Age British and French, not modern ones.
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    I think what people are arguing here is simply...

    I think what people are arguing here is simply that Proto-Italics were more probably French-like or even British-like than like some other steppe-admixed population more to the east of...
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    That'd be wrong, unless you refer to the Welsh,...

    That'd be wrong, unless you refer to the Welsh, who apparently have quite little post-Antiquity gene flow. The English and the Scottish have lots of later admixture from North German/Scandinavian...
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    Well, I did include the names of the ancient...

    Well, I did include the names of the ancient samples, e.g. here: "~28% Modern DNA: North Italian (Bergamo) or Spanish Castillian-like South European / Ancient DNA: Bronze Age Hungary or Central...
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    Haha! Well, that isn't surprising, is it? The...

    Haha! Well, that isn't surprising, is it? The steppe-admixed ancestry in those ancient Italics and Etruscans isn't but ~25-40% (varies by location and individual), and the modern English have lots of...
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    Is there anything you don't think have an Altaic...

    Is there anything you don't think have an Altaic origin usually via Seima-Turbino, from Western Europe to Mesoamerica? It's always a seemingly common theme in your posts. ;-)
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    Is your post directed to me? If it is, I wonder...

    Is your post directed to me? If it is, I wonder why you'd talk about mixing modern and ancient samples, because I did not do that, quite on the contrary, I carefully avoided using any samples that...
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    Indeed, most of the admixture models I have got...

    Indeed, most of the admixture models I have got from using all the Chalcolithic and Bronze Age average population samples available (G25) tend to "choose" English Bronze Age samples as the main part...
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    I don't know how helpful this may be, but I've...

    I don't know how helpful this may be, but I've been trying to decompose the Chalcolithic-to-Bronze Age DNA admixtures indicated in models for Ardea Latini (outlier), Roman Latini and Etruscan...
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    Interesting analysis, most of it sounds plausible...

    Interesting analysis, most of it sounds plausible enough to be further investigated. I only have one major doubt: is there any historical evidence of a large-scale conversion of Punic people or Roman...
  13. Wow that's what I have been waiting for since...

    Wow that's what I have been waiting for since years ago! Finally France is catching up with other parts of the world in using archaeogenetics to illuminate not just the past of the country, but of...
  14. Yes, but as a preliminary and of course...

    Yes, but as a preliminary and of course completely temporary analysis I think we can try our best. Yes, the difference may only be because of a slightly different genetic makeup in their EEF by the...
  15. The reason for that is simple: Goths are supposed...

    The reason for that is simple: Goths are supposed to have migrated south of Scandinavia before Proto-Norse (aka the earliest forms of North Germanic language) were formed, and Proto-Germanic had just...
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    IIRC the authors of that paper claimed the Iron...

    IIRC the authors of that paper claimed the Iron Age Philistines of Ashkelon were already ~53% BA Levantine in ancestry, so there was extensive mixing, indeed.
  17. Some example below: one of the models I've tried...

    Some example below: one of the models I've tried and explained above. The 1st graph is complete, the 2nd one focuses on EEF + Steppic ancestry, the 3rd one focuses on distinguishing the Western EEF...
  18. What's the source of the claims in that link?

    What's the source of the claims in that link?
  19. That is a very doubtful and controversial...

    That is a very doubtful and controversial statement even for Eurasia, let alone for the Americas. There is evidence of contact between early civilizations of West Eurasia and East Eurasia, but most...
  20. How on earth would they end up in Chile, which...

    How on earth would they end up in Chile, which even in the 16th-17th century era of great navigations by Europeans, using far more advanced technology, was a very isolated backwater visited fairly...
  21. Ancient Italian DNA: an attempt to distinguish Italics from Tyrrhenians

    Hi, people! I have been very busy in the last few months and unfortunately had to reduce my posts here to a minimum. Now I'm coming back to discuss with you something that I found pretty intriguing...
  22. I don't find that very convincing, it seems a...

    I don't find that very convincing, it seems a case of people confusing correlation with causation, and maybe even cause with consequence. The decline in innovation had been happening virtually since...
  23. Yep. He hasn't been very successful in spreading...

    Yep. He hasn't been very successful in spreading his gospel as far as I have read. Let's hope it keeps that way.

    https://www.quora.com/profile/Mojtaba-Shahmiri
  24. What's the genetic basis for your theory? Is...

    What's the genetic basis for your theory? Is there any Southeastern European population in the Neolithic before the first migrations out of the steppe (beginning in the Chalcolithic with...
  25. As far as I know the Persian Gulf region,...

    As far as I know the Persian Gulf region, including even Sumer, was a surprising latecomer in the practice of agriculture (at least in an intensive way) in the Middle East, well after evidences of...
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