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    . Thanks. There used to be a lot of talk on...

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    Thanks.

    There used to be a lot of talk on these forums as to how every invasion or military occupation or change of elites must have had a huge impact on the local gene pool.

    It ain't...
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    I haven't really played with these results...

    I haven't really played with these results before.

    How odd that the closest population to the Scythian from Moldova is North Italians. What's that all about? I also got Scythians on an analysis...
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    Amazing! We're touching the past. :)

    Amazing! We're touching the past. :)
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    DITTO! My general results have changed: Roman...

    DITTO!

    My general results have changed:
    Roman (3.568)
    Roman + Illyrian (4.064)
    Gallo-Roman + Roman (4.779)
    Gallo-Roman (9.491)
    Illyrian (10.35)
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    If you check my posts, I1, you'll see I usually...

    If you check my posts, I1, you'll see I usually mention the relative lack of U-106 "and" I1. :)

    I've always held out the possibility that some of the invading tribes might have carried some U-152,...
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    ^^ When someone is really mixed it can indeed be...

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    When someone is really mixed it can indeed be difficult for these companies to get it right. It winds up that only people with all four grandparents from one place are correctly labeled, and they...
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    Indeed, you do have it right. So, what's the...

    Indeed, you do have it right.

    So, what's the big deal you might say, to put it another way?

    Why does it matter if some parts of Europe have more of some WHG/EHG ancestry than others?

    It...
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    Sorry, it seems to me you haven't read the post...

    Sorry, it seems to me you haven't read the post all that closely, or prior ones in this thread. Also take a look at the newest PCA, and see where modern Italian samples fall, where Iron Age samples...
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    @Tutkun No one in their right mind would deny...

    @Tutkun

    No one in their right mind would deny any of that. The Imperial Era samples plot where they plot; their autosomal make up is what it is. I don't find it at all surprising.

    What doesn't...
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    Your bolded comments are wise indeed.

    Your bolded comments are wise indeed.
  11. Nothing. It's probably our insane Romanian...

    Nothing. It's probably our insane Romanian ex-member under yet another sock.

    We're working on a permanent solution.

    In the meantime, please inform one of the moderators so we can delete the...
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    Blevins, I've gone over this and over this, with...

    Blevins, I've gone over this and over this, with analogies to modern western cities.

    Why don't you read my posts again, and if I wasn't clear about something I'll try to clear it up.
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    I neither forgive nor forget insults against me,...

    I neither forgive nor forget insults against me, my family, my friends, or my country. I make the best and most loving and loyal friend in the world, but I make a terrible enemy.

    You think I...
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    Well, well, the Reich Lab must be leaking like a...

    Well, well, the Reich Lab must be leaking like a sieve.

    It must be nice, Polako, to have someone in your pocket who's willing to talk to a White Nationalist Skinhead like yourself and also has...
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    I'm going to steal this. It's from Razib Khan,...

    I'm going to steal this. It's from Razib Khan, and goes for pop gen sites too:

    "the democratization enabled by twitter of many voices means the really stupid get to talk too. my model for why...
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    I assure you that some of young Caruso's...

    I assure you that some of young Caruso's descendants could buy the networth of all those losers combined five times over. Who has the last laugh?
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    Love them all. Not L'Ossessione, The Bicycle...

    Love them all.

    Not L'Ossessione, The Bicycle Thief, Paisa, La Strada, Bicycle Thief?

    Or how about more modern ones? Amarcord is very accessible, and Vitelloni. Maybe it's just that they speak...
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    I completely agree. Very few Italian sweets are...

    I completely agree. Very few Italian sweets are as sweet as those people eat in the U.S. and even than in Britain. Then, Italians don't, or at least didn't eat as many sweets period. The only sweet I...
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    I pointed it out to these yo-yos repeatedly for...

    I pointed it out to these yo-yos repeatedly for years, just from what I knew from archaeology and history, and even from what public testing companies like 23andme showed. It was obvious from the...
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    In one matter, I am in complete agreement with...

    In one matter, I am in complete agreement with the paper, as the data is unambiguous: The "tail into the Levant" ( and yDna J1, btw) which was seen in the Imperial Age is GONE by Late Antiquity...
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    Exactly right.

    Exactly right.
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    Total B.S. Here's a novel idea. :) There...

    Total B.S.

    Here's a novel idea. :)

    There were two samples found in Ardea, same time period.

    How about modeling sample 850 with the genes from the other Ardean and see what else has to be...
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    My friend, some of it is clearly Levanticism, or...

    My friend, some of it is clearly Levanticism, or Levantism, i.e. some people with history from the Levant who want to attach themselves to the glory of Rome and the accomplishments of the Italian...
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    I'm sure a lot of port cities would have had...

    I'm sure a lot of port cities would have had immigrants and immigrant remains in their cemeteries. What will future archaeologists say about the cemeteries of Marseilles, or Hamburg?

    Most of the...
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    I have to go back and check, but doesn't the...

    I have to go back and check, but doesn't the excerpt I published indicate the rich hoard was Bronze Age? Aren't the samples we're discussing from a later period as per your graphic?

    Excellent...
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