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  1. The linguistic explanation is plausible, but I...

    The linguistic explanation is plausible, but I mean "where have you read it? Is there a source?". I ask because it is the first time I hear it. I know that Memnon swang between being represented as a...
  2. That is interesting: how do you know this?

    That is interesting: how do you know this?
  3. Actually it is the first time I reply in this...

    Actually it is the first time I reply in this thread, and because I had the impression that there is some mistaken, vague idea about southern Europeans' ***mentation from the part of a user from...
  4. Mine is just an addendum that likely the choice...

    Mine is just an addendum that likely the choice of Thracians isn't a good choice: though they are referred to by Greeks as read-haired it is very unlikely that the Thracians could have looked...
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    it was known at least since 2019 with the paper...

    it was known at least since 2019 with the paper that brought to light the Anatolian hunter-gatherer component that Ceramic Farmers had around 10% Levan_N,...
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    If the oldest R1b sample found had been from...

    If the oldest R1b sample found had been from western Europe, should we be talking about an European migrations into north America? Maybe in the absence of better explanations, but the spread of...
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    Yes, how convenient it is to postulate that it...

    Yes, how convenient it is to postulate that it was some Semitic-speaking groups travelling all the way there and settling down instead of taking as the most plausible explanation that it was spread...
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    So I guess that the J-M205 in India, Scandinavia...

    So I guess that the J-M205 in India, Scandinavia and even central asia was ancient Phoenicians settling there, and if you think that postulating founder effects after founder effects based on...
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    So did also iron and classical age Levantine...

    So did also iron and classical age Levantine moved to India? I might be recalling wrongly, but isn't J-M205 more common in the Balkans compared to Italy? Especially northern Balkans? did ancient...
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    It is not a good idea to take G25 results as...

    It is not a good idea to take G25 results as better than academic results, which didn't show any Levant_N needed for south Italians. By the way, Anatolian Farmers had some Levant_N so more EEF...
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    I own up my slip on E-V22 and E-V13, but E-V22...

    I own up my slip on E-V22 and E-V13, but E-V22 has been found also in Asturians, and it is a bit hard to link that place with any Phoenician or Moorish legacy, given that neither set foot there, and...
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    https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/80390672862...

    https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/803906728622161951/822817058194587688/image0.png

    Also, the often quoted Fernandes 2019 (a little trivia: it was published exactly 2 years and a day ago)...
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    An entire "citation needed" disclaimer is needed,...

    An entire "citation needed" disclaimer is needed, but let's work with what you say:
    As for J1, you yourself say that only half could be "unambigously" connected to Semitic speakers, which would...
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    Please do not lie: you are also partially jewish,...

    Please do not lie: you are also partially jewish, so you can't claim to be just "half Sicilian half Lucanian" and use your results to show something that is supposed to generalise to all southern and...
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    Here we go again with this nonsense: there's no...

    Here we go again with this nonsense: there's no academic studies that show any Levantine_N ancestry in deep south Italy, let alone south Italy as a whole; there is a big problem with user provided...
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    Personally I have already explained my view, but...

    Personally I have already explained my view, but no genetic paper shows this minor influence (precisely from the Levant) in either Sicilians or Greek islanders, and as to specify, Greek islanders...
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    @kingjohn Ok, I see now your interest in...

    @kingjohn
    Ok, I see now your interest in Sicilians and Greek islanders because of your own ancestry.
    By the way, given that it has been brought up as a topic, it sounds new to me that there is...
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    Can I ask why for the umpteenth time Sicilians...

    Can I ask why for the umpteenth time Sicilians have been mentioned in a discussion that had nothing to do about them? It was about ancient Greeks.
    It is very peculiar though that Sicilians have...
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    This discussion has degenereated in a politically...

    This discussion has degenereated in a politically driven digression: Taleb is as much a talented mathematician as he is a delusional would be "Greek", and his talking about "aryan" is building up a...
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    My personal conjecture is that Italy was affected...

    My personal conjecture is that Italy was affected by the CHG gene flow (what was before labelled Iran_N but I think it is likelier it was CHG because I remember, sorry if I can't now recall the...
  21. Sticky: Indeed I find it highly unlikely it was straight...

    Indeed I find it highly unlikely it was straight from Anatolia, and I think that it is best to see it as a proxy for an actual balkan population (and I noticed the kind of similarity between...
  22. Good to know, thanks for the piece of...

    Good to know, thanks for the piece of information. Still, something jumps to my eyes: Crete, Greek central anatolia (cappadocian?) are in a straight line towards Haji Firuz. I have this personal...
  23. https://external-content.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=http...

    https://external-content.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=https%3A%2F%2F3.bp.blogspot.com%2F-lTw4nZFzA0E%2FWYh-z6v_4VI%2FAAAAAAAAKZ0%2FAmvNM2LLJsAF6ttH0XQL6aGvuF8KKuSkgCLcBGAs%2Fs1600%2FClipboard01.jpg&f=1&nofb=1...
  24. From Antonio 2019 we know that some "south east...

    From Antonio 2019 we know that some "south east european" ancestry made its way into Italy, and you yourself said that the BA Sicilian samples can be quite well be modelled with Tepecik( and had...
  25. OK, I agree: we have all learnt something from...

    OK, I agree: we have all learnt something from this discussion, we haven't found a "common ground" but it is always a possibility when debating, and I also think that the last word will come when we...
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