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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LE0SUL-dfsE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LE0SUL-dfsE
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    Again, I'm not as "matchy", doubtless because I...

    Again, I'm not as "matchy", doubtless because I come from two areas which although close as the bird flies, are different autosomally.

    My closest match is once again the French admixed Corsican.
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    Japan didn't need to learn "racism" from Europe....

    Japan didn't need to learn "racism" from Europe. Look at how they've always treated the Ainu. Nor did China, which has been "racist" since the Han people coalesced and began their drive to create an...
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    That's exactly right. Elite administrators of a...

    That's exactly right. Elite administrators of a ruling power, given their small numbers, are never going to change the autosomal make-up of the colonies. Did the English make Indians English like,...
  5. Indeed. The evidence has been piling up since...

    Indeed. The evidence has been piling up since Cavalli Sforza opined years ago just based on blood groupings that Northern Italians would plot close to people like the Bulgarians, although the...
  6. Exactly. And, imo, not all methods are...

    Exactly.

    And, imo, not all methods are equally accurate.

    Not to mention that just because PCAs are deceptively "easy" to understand, it doesn't mean they're the genetic analysis tool which...
  7. Clearly, to repeat myself once again, based on...

    Clearly, to repeat myself once again, based on history and ydna there's a very small amount of Slavic in northern Italians. Clearly, some members don't know that by the time the Slavs were on the...
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    Mine. Sad, though, that it's not as accurate at...

    Mine. Sad, though, that it's not as accurate at pinpointing Parma and the Lunigiana.

    https://i.imgur.com/0goBHEg.png
  9. Why would these be good choices for admixture? ...

    Why would these be good choices for admixture?

    There’s duplication in three out of the four samples , for one thing.
  10. Sloppy paper with sloppy conclusions. I expect as...

    Sloppy paper with sloppy conclusions. I expect as much from a Willerslev paper, but I'm surprised by Allentoft.

    His other major paper was so much better. Maybe it should have read Lazaridis et...
  11. To the best of my knowledge there is NO Slavic...

    To the best of my knowledge there is NO Slavic person in the academic Bergamo sample, nor in the Dodecad sample, and no one here ever said such a thing.
  12. Yes, well, at some point the "cultural" barrier...

    Yes, well, at some point the "cultural" barrier to dairying was crossed.

    I wonder if it was only crossed when they started admixing with women from the farming communities where it was regularly...
  13. Yes, I know exactly who you mean. He's why...

    Yes, I know exactly who you mean. He's why they're a bit more "north" than the HGDP sample.

    There are other academic sources for Northern Italy, but they were published after Dienekes stopped...
  14. North Italian is the academic HGDP sample which...

    North Italian is the academic HGDP sample which consists of a small group specifically from Bergamo.

    N Italian are volunteers to Dodecad from Northern Italy. In the early days of the project there...
  15. Given that Stuvane is at a distance of 4 from...

    Given that Stuvane is at a distance of 4 from Log2, clearly Romagna wasn't included. :)

    Nice job.

    Glad someone provided a really big study of the yDna in Albania. It certainly explains an...
  16. Well, 8 is slightly better. :) These are the...

    Well, 8 is slightly better. :)

    These are the posted results of Stuvane from the Romagna:




    Distance to:
    Dodecadk12bStuvanè
  17. Anyone know where the Campania and Calabria...

    Anyone know where the Campania and Calabria samples are from? Are they the same unscientifically chosen set by that Northern Italian Nordicist?
  18. Clemente et al, in this graphic, confuse the...

    Clemente et al, in this graphic, confuse the issue imo by not differentiating between "steppe which had a CHG" component, and the Iran Neo/CHG like component by itself, which we know moved into, say,...
  19. Well, at first glance the discussion is more...

    Well, at first glance the discussion is more nuanced than the abstract.

    Autosomally, if I remember correctly, he's less "Berber" like than the samples found in the Islamic cemetery in France.
  20. Sorry? Log 4 is there.

    Sorry? Log 4 is there.
  21. With the addition of the original "Italics", yes,...

    With the addition of the original "Italics", yes, completely agree.

    Here's a relief map of Calabria. Take a look especially at the very "toe" of the boot. That's where the last Greek speakers in...
  22. Sorry, wrong thread.

    Sorry, wrong thread.
  23. Perhaps there is a way to explain the results...

    Perhaps there is a way to explain the results supposedly showing "Slavic" in Italy (35% in Bergamo) so that everyone understands.

    The people in Europe with the highest "steppe" percentage (which...
  24. What is clear from the list is the division...

    What is clear from the list is the division between the Early Bronze Age and the Middle Bronze Age after the arrival of the steppe peoples, which was emphasized in the paper.

    Dodecad K12b already...
  25. There they go again. Do you see? Some of our...

    There they go again. Do you see? Some of our Albanian members don't understand what I'm saying, so they insult me, and then are surprised when they get an infraction.

    KEEP IT CIVIL when you...
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