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  1. "to rely on me", better! ATW, I'm not sure at...

    "to rely on me", better!
    ATW, I'm not sure at all old continental Venetic influence is responsible for Slavics evolution. I doubt.
  2. I read it. Interesting. I stay puzzled, sure of...

    I read it. Interesting. I stay puzzled, sure of nothing.
    the paper speaks of the Celtic Veneti of Brittany. What it says is often true, but the explanations of the causes of breton Venetic...
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    Geneticians are like blind people seaching their...

    Geneticians are like blind people seaching their way in dark. Their work need a great sample, and a step to step approach of the loci concerned or supposed to be, it takes time to get close to the...
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    Just my point Johen there was not something as...

    Just my point Johen
    there was not something as an paleo type amogn Humans. Too long time was already passed since the supposed "beginnings".
    some chronological trend exists among us, tied to life...
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    the Sahs- part of the name had surely to be...

    the Sahs- part of the name had surely to be pronounced as a guttural aspiration of ancient Saks-,so something like /saXs/ in phonetic writing, and this explain the Saks >> Sax- of the latin spellings...
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    Thanks for the link which I read. It put nothing...

    Thanks for the link which I read. It put nothing under my eyes and I prefer wait for more info's about these affirmations. Greeks, Jews, Phoenicians: wow! America then was a world crossroad, or the...
  7. Are we not a bit out of topic here? Do open a...

    Are we not a bit out of topic here? Do open a dedicated thread about racism (but I think there is or are already one or more?)
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    Just to go back to this very topic, I think that...

    Just to go back to this very topic, I think that when comparing lexicon (with the needed methodology), we have to look at the depth of lexicon: experience has shown that the most languages are close...
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    "slavic" DNA in these analysis (rather rough)...

    "slavic" DNA in these analysis (rather rough) doesn't mean true Slavic ancestry, IMO, but perhaps an ancestry close the Slavs one, what is not exactly the same? IA saw a lot of moves of big and small...
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    I'm not knowledged in art and jewelry. I think...

    I'm not knowledged in art and jewelry. I think Davidtab was trying to show these decoration patters had not waited AngloSaxon to find birth. IN art, spite I'm not sure, I should guess Celts were...
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    It seems someones consider the crosses with...

    It seems someones consider the crosses with anexternal circle/ring are celtic, the anglo-saxon ones would not have this type of ring, spite they were looking very close otherwise -
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    on the PCA's I've Albanians are far enough from...

    on the PCA's I've Albanians are far enough from Northern Italians and even Toscans, and are between Southern Italians from a side, and Bulgarians & Romanians on another side, so close enough to...
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    I go back lately here, sorry- When I look at...

    I go back lately here, sorry-
    When I look at these maps, the opposition between the "Basque" R1b distribution and the other "iberian" R1b ones is stricking: the Basque one seem a natural cline of...
  14. to do short, first Germans was very north...

    to do short, first Germans was very north shifted, even if they had contacts as "pupils" with Celts at some stage -
    they were not a compound where Celts took a big part and exchanged Y-lineages and...
  15. - I would prefer have the syntax of ancient...

    - I would prefer have the syntax of ancient Germanic than to comparate modern Germanic languages.
    Concerning Y-haplo's it seems to me that the post-L11 bearers of R1b lineages having given U106 were...
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    I am not very convinced by all these lists of...

    I am not very convinced by all these lists of words supposed of "common" roots, where voluntarism play the first role. It spite me.
  17. Thanks for the link: I had a glance at it, very...

    Thanks for the link: I had a glance at it, very quickly; it needs more acute reading to weight the diverse ressemblances/differences - ATW you 're right: Sergent's book is of just before the 2000's,...
  18. It's not sure the southern Veneti language was in...

    It's not sure the southern Veneti language was in between Celtic and Italic, it seems they were rather on the Italic side, the Latino-Faliscan one, and was an archaic form stayed longer in North in...
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    Saying Celts formed in S-Germany doesn't say...

    Saying Celts formed in S-Germany doesn't say nothing about the datings -
    I don't believe BB's (of C- & N-Europe) spoke a Celtic language, but I think they spoke an I-E's one, archaic, or they...
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    @Johen: I have no opposition to what you wrote...

    @Johen:
    I have no opposition to what you wrote here, only questions; La Tène is late so I don't see any obstacle to Celts and Scythians (or pops close to Scythians) contacts I was focalizing on art...
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    @Johen We are not sure of the first dates of...

    @Johen
    We are not sure of the first dates of Celtic colonisation in Western Europe - La Tène culture is relatively late and it's said that Celts had contacts with the Scythians or at least the...
  22. Thread: Corsican DNA

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    I rather agree with your above post, Angela.

    I rather agree with your above post, Angela.
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    I was prudent in my post, for good reasons (and I...

    I was prudent in my post, for good reasons (and I thought you are very interested in haplos and subclades stories). I had not heard of ancient DNA of Belgae; I suppose they base their naming upon...
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    I suppose Vikings could be compared to some...

    I suppose Vikings could be compared to some sea-nomads in a way; pshychologically or culturally close to land nomads when they were raiders and plunderers. Basically Scandinavians, they can have...
  25. completely irrelevant, Cyrus. the first element...

    completely irrelevant, Cyrus.
    the first element 'Bask' is a local pronounciation (local, in fact common to a vaste area from Northern Spain to Northern Corsica encompassing Gascogne and Languedoc)...
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