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    I agree that adding WHG isn't necessary. I was...

    I agree that adding WHG isn't necessary. I was more asking about what an analysis of the two EEF heavy samples, i.e. Iberia Chalcolithic and Remedello, would show as to the percentages of WHG and/or...
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    Simulating Neanderthal Extinction

    See:
    https://www.archaeology.org/news/8713-200522-neanderthal-extinction-scenarios

    "https://www.archaeology.org/images/News/2005/Neanderthal-Extinction-Scenario.jpg(IBS)

    BUSAN, SOUTH...
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    Eurogenes chose not to provide the data for...

    Eurogenes chose not to provide the data for Emilia.

    I appreciate the effort Regio, but I'm not sure about some of this. Does the Remedello reference sample include the sample which is about half...
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    Poll: It wasn't during the Bronze Age; there was a big...

    It wasn't during the Bronze Age; there was a big drop in the perhaps Middle to Late Neolithic as well.

    It's still a mystery.
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    Closer to Tuscans, as in almost every analysis...

    Closer to Tuscans, as in almost every analysis I've seen. :)
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    You're turning into a first class chef, Jovialis....

    You're turning into a first class chef, Jovialis. I'm sure it's appreciated. :)
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    ^^Indeed, that's where the admixture charts in my...

    ^^Indeed, that's where the admixture charts in my post #121 come from. :)
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    Now, now...Jovialis is much better looking. :)

    Now, now...Jovialis is much better looking. :)
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    I'd hardly choose G25 over academic analyses, but...

    I'd hardly choose G25 over academic analyses, but I'll leave that aside. (For one thing, I think those steppe numbers are inflated which they are in anything Eurogenes produces.)

    In general terms,...
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    In this discussion who, pray tell, is looking at...

    In this discussion who, pray tell, is looking at Southern Italians through "the "mezzo giorno" lens and with all its political connotations."

    We don't need new members coming here and sowing...
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    How many more do you need? Basically, absent a...

    How many more do you need? Basically, absent a bit of Siberian like in north eastern Europe and North African like in Southern Europe, all Europeans are still a mixture of those three components.
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    As I said, my recollection is that Lazaridis said...

    As I said, my recollection is that Lazaridis said Basque means French Basque, and North Spain means Pais Vasco.

    However, I can't find it in my files, so take it fwiw.
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    From memory, Lazaridis said that Spanish_North is...

    From memory, Lazaridis said that Spanish_North is the Spanish Basque, but I may be wrong.

    Anyway, Raveane has their own charts.

    If they're correct, it seems to very much depend on the specific...
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    Well, to introduce a little more confusion. :) ...

    Well, to introduce a little more confusion. :)

    This is from Haak et al. Now, from what I recall, this was NOT done with an ADMIXTURE program but with one of the newer statistical tools, although I...
  15. Riverman, those are the charts from Olalde et al....

    Riverman, those are the charts from Olalde et al. Until we have more proximate samples for the people who entered Iberia from Central Europe, those are the numbers I'll use. Anything else is just...
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    Thank-you for clearing it up, Stuvane. That is...

    Thank-you for clearing it up, Stuvane.

    That is indeed what I meant. It's a question of relative percentages. Indeed the Iberians have steppe, but it's at Southern European levels, which are lower...
  17. I'm quite aware of the difference, thank you. ...

    I'm quite aware of the difference, thank you.

    We've managed to read all the relevant papers and analyze them, and in the process came to conclusions much more often correct than is the case on...
  18. The rise and fall of ear infections over 15,000 years

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    https://www.archaeology.org/news/8710-200521-farming-ear-infections

    "TEL AVIV, ISRAEL—Haaretz reports that a study of human remains buried in the Levant between 15,000 and 100 years ago...
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    Two things are not allowed here: T-rolling...

    Two things are not allowed here:

    T-rolling other groups ethnic or otherwise because of an agenda

    Posting false information either deliberately, or because of gross negligence and incompetence...
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    ^^You keep posting information which is patently...

    ^^You keep posting information which is patently false and also incendiary and provocative against other groups and you're out of here.

    Take it to heart because this is your last warning.
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    Try reading what you post and comprehending it....

    Try reading what you post and comprehending it. That way I don't have to keep wasting time over and over again correcting the mistakes.

    They're talking about the first urban centers NORTH OF THE...
  22. I doubt "huge" is the proper adjective given that...

    I doubt "huge" is the proper adjective given that Iberians today in some analyses have only 25% steppe.
  23. That's how I see it as well. I've been saying for...

    That's how I see it as well. I've been saying for a long time that there was a reservoir of hunter-gatherer ancestry in the North East which was incorporated into the IE when they arrived. Depending...
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    Ihype, my point was precisely that all the...

    Ihype, my point was precisely that all the archaeology showed that any kind of migration or invasion or whatever in the first millennium BC from the Near East to Tuscany was highly unlikely. The...
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    I'm in complete agreement.

    I'm in complete agreement.
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