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    The huge problem with circular...

    The huge problem with circular argumentation-based approaches such as those just posted is that the myth of Romulus and Remus and the founding of Rome is first reported by authors who lived many...
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    You continue to display knowledge based on...

    You continue to display knowledge based on platitudes and commonplaces.
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    You can ignore that self-proclaimed Italian...

    You can ignore that self-proclaimed Italian professor (he taught literature at school, not genetics). For him, any marker comes from the imaginary Italian refugium.
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    There was no Eneas fleeing from a falling Troy,...

    There was no Eneas fleeing from a falling Troy, it is a fictitious story, devoid of evidence. The J2 you speak of is J2-L283, and the Etruscan one has matches in older samples from Croatia and...
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    Grugni et al 2012 do you mean this? I don't hold...

    Grugni et al 2012 do you mean this? I don't hold the Italian geneticists involved in that study in high esteem, so I have no trouble thinking they were wrong.

    Grugni, V., Battaglia, V., Hooshiar...
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    In my opinion, these are topics that deserve...

    In my opinion, these are topics that deserve reasoning ability and a minimum of effort and knowledge. Your answer is meaningless. What answer would be "I am not interested"? You brought up the...
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    Silesian, I don't understand what point you want...

    Silesian, I don't understand what point you want to make, but it is very well known that the Fasces is Etruscan and the Romans borrows it from the Etruscans.

    "The symbol of the fasces originated...
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    The roots of orientalising are clearly in some...

    The roots of orientalising are clearly in some way in the Fertile Crescent, I don't think there is much doubt about this, further east than the Aegean area, the Aegean area being the first area to...
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    Vallicanus is referring to this...

    Vallicanus is referring to this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orientalizing_period
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    Better to say the Latins, Romans is a term that...

    Better to say the Latins, Romans is a term that later ends up being just a citizenship in the Roman imperial era.




    This is the Orientalizing period, but both Etruscans and Greeks are older...
  11. A good number of the samples from Tunisia are...

    A good number of the samples from Tunisia are unlikely native north African, could have been a mix. You can also see this from their uniparental markers.
  12. Thanks, Salento. Urbino-Bivio I think are...

    Thanks, Salento.

    Urbino-Bivio I think are these

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19663175/

    https://i.imgur.com/NkS1eBV.png
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    The identification of the Protovillanovan culture...

    The identification of the Protovillanovan culture with the Protoitalics is disputed by some archaeologists (the Protovillanovan is also ancestral to the Latins, Venetis and Etruscans, to name but a...
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    The Protovillanovan sample, which comes from the...

    The Protovillanovan sample, which comes from the border between Abruzzo and Marche, is only one, it is most likely a Proto-Picene, and we do not know whether it is truly representative of all...
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    Sticky: Yes, we are aware that it is Bergamo HGDP, and...

    Yes, we are aware that it is Bergamo HGDP, and Bergamo HGDP and North Italian HGDP are the same, but it is precisely in academic studies that it is sometimes labelled North Italian HGDP, I believe it...
  16. Nice, thanks for letting know.

    Nice, thanks for letting know.
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    Hi, Teras. R-P312>R-DF27>R-Z195>R-Z198 ...

    Hi, Teras.


    R-P312>R-DF27>R-Z195>R-Z198

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/R-Z198/

    https://www.eupedia.com/images/content/R1b-Z195-tree.png
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    It is commonplace that the Mafia intervenes in...

    It is commonplace that the Mafia intervenes in such events. Organised crime only intervenes if there is profit to be made.
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    Piedmont set sample. 1 outliers has been removed....

    Piedmont set sample. 1 outliers has been removed. Cycles 0,25, Add Col Dist 0. Model in source with aggregated individuals by Jovialis. 1 out of 11 individuals gets Anatolian_BA.

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    Same averages with Cycles 0,25, Add Col Dist 0....

    Same averages with Cycles 0,25, Add Col Dist 0. Model in source with aggregated individuals by Jovialis. 20 out of 98 individuals get a bit of Anatolian_BA, but ony two have higher than 10% and...
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    Interesting. ...

    Interesting.

    https://ars.els-cdn.com/content/image/1-s2.0-S0960982222007059-gr1.jpg
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    Davvero. Caldo pazzesco in Italia.

    Davvero. Caldo pazzesco in Italia.
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    There was already a discussion weeks ago by...

    There was already a discussion weeks ago by Salento and myself on this.

    TSI is the only 1000genomes/HapMap sample where they state that it is based on self-reported individuals with at least 3 out...
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    https://twitter.com/anthrogenica ...

    https://twitter.com/anthrogenica


    https://www.reddit.com/r/Genealogy/comments/w02psa/what_happened_to_the_anthrogenica_forum/
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    They come from a paper by Lazaridis from 2017,...

    They come from a paper by Lazaridis from 2017, the paper on Mycenaeans and Minoans.
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