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  1. Likely you're wrong.

    Likely you're wrong.
  2. An Overview of the Genetic Structure within the...

    An Overview of the Genetic Structure within the Italian Population from Genome-Wide Data

    http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0043759
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    La Spezia (Liguria), Massa (Tuscany) and...

    La Spezia (Liguria), Massa (Tuscany) and Grosseto/Siena (Tuscany) were also under a Lombard duchy (Langobardia Maior).
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    I think that he is referring to Lombards from...

    I think that he is referring to Lombards from North-West Italy, because in medieval ages Lombard was an ethnonym, derived from Germanic Longobards, used to indicate all the people from...
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    Your specification seems fair. I have found on...

    Your specification seems fair. I have found on FTDNA a person from San Fratello (a true "gallo-italic" from San Fratello) that is U-106 and a person from Novara di Sicilia (another historical Lombard...
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    Poll: All the regions of Italy. :)

    All the regions of Italy. :)
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    It would make happy many Southern Europeans (not...

    It would make happy many Southern Europeans (not really me).
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    That's true. In some comunes (San Fratello,...

    That's true. In some comunes (San Fratello, Sperlinga, Nicosia...) it's still spoken our language, every day. My paternal line comes from one of these. We call our pais Safrareu or San Frareau,...
  9. I didn't find any other probable Lombard of...

    I didn't find any other probable Lombard of Sicily in FTDNA. The one from San Fratello is a true "sanfratellano", a true Lombard. I recognize him by the name of his ancestor (a personal name only...
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    Right, samples from Boattini et alter were from...

    Right, samples from Boattini et alter were from East, and South South-East Sicily.

    Lombards could be both R1b U-152, and R1a, IMHO. Also U-106, maybe. North-East and Central-East Sicily...
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    From Di Gaetano, Cerutti, Crobu et alter (2009) ...

    From Di Gaetano, Cerutti, Crobu et alter (2009)

    I1-M253

    Caccamo (Pa) 18,75 %
    Trapani 9,09 %
    Alcamo (Tp) 8,33 %...
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    Depends on the places. The Norman presence was...

    Depends on the places. The Norman presence was not homogeneous in Sicily, like for any other ethnic group. Sicily is a patchwork. Catania, Ragusa, Agrigento to me seems not to be traditional Norman...
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    Aleramici in Piedmont were Franks. The Franks in...

    Aleramici in Piedmont were Franks. The Franks in Italy replaced throughout North and Central Italy the Lombards/Langobardi
  14. Always on Family Tree DNA, there is also a person...

    Always on Family Tree DNA, there is also a person from Novara di Sicilia (another important Lombard community in Sicily) and He is R1a1a1 R-M417 (Confirmed SNPs L176.1-, M157.1-, M198+, M417+,...
  15. On Family Tree DNA there is a person from San...

    On Family Tree DNA there is a person from San Fratello, one of the most important Lombard community in Sicily. He is R1b1a2a1a1b3c R-L2 (confirmed SNPs L2+, L20-, U106-).

    His ancestors could be...
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