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  1. According to an Anthrogenica poster who was in...

    According to an Anthrogenica poster who was in contact with the leaker, some of the Roman samples come from Pompeii (probably the ones clustering with modern southern Italians). Maybe the more...
  2. I'm pretty sure the last time I was browsing The...

    I'm pretty sure the last time I was browsing The Apricity Sikeliot made a thread claiming those very southerly samples were medieval Calabrians or some such (based on Eurogenes). All conjecture ofc....
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    No specific data, but two PCAs (one academic, one...

    No specific data, but two PCAs (one academic, one amateur):

    https://i.imgur.com/AwZI0f1.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/oYtFFJM.png

    So yes, they do appear to be south of Boncuklu and closer to...
  4. How exactly can Iranian Farmer be modeled?...

    How exactly can Iranian Farmer be modeled? Judging from the chart just above my post it looks like Neolithic Iranian is about half Basal Eurasian but what else? That chart doesn't specify.
  5. Right, should've clarified re the N-S cline in...

    Right, should've clarified re the N-S cline in mainland Greece, but I was merely speaking in general terms. No intentions of misdirection here.
  6. Maybe that extra Levant could be related to a...

    Maybe that extra Levant could be related to a movement of Anatolian BA mixture into the area, since they seem to score an additional 7% Levant_N? It's possible this group could have went through...
  7. These DNA tests are largely probability tools...

    These DNA tests are largely probability tools that estimate your ancestry based on their algorithms. So in your case the algos are predicting your ancestry (half south Italian, half Western/Eastern...
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    They also mention that there has largely been...

    They also mention that there has largely been genetic continuity since the Bronze Age, with one or two exceptions noted below:



    I also found this interesting as well:


    Just an educated...
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    Are you sure? When I clicked on the link in the...

    Are you sure? When I clicked on the link in the OP it came up; the other papers are available on the right side of the page where it says "People also read."
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    Bump, the full paper is now available if anyone's...

    Bump, the full paper is now available if anyone's interested (along with several others from the same journal issue).
  11. PCA: https://i.imgur.com/eF3xRul.png

    PCA:
    https://i.imgur.com/eF3xRul.png
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    Maybe it's conflating "Steppe" with "Caucasus" in...

    Maybe it's conflating "Steppe" with "Caucasus" in the case of the Middle East?
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    Ah, I didn't catch that one from Brindisi. The...

    Ah, I didn't catch that one from Brindisi.

    The name Raffa appears to be from Campania, Sicily or Calabria:
    http://www.gens.info/lib/cog/maps/cognomi/R/RAFFA.gif

    Filardo looks to be from...
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    FTDNA's Italy project:...

    FTDNA's Italy project:
    https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Italy?iframe=yresults

    No R1a in Puglia/Grecia Salentina, but curiously, several samples from Calabria test positive for it (plus two...
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    PDF available here:...

    PDF available here: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/321672156_Iron_Age_Italic_population_genetics_the_Piceni_from_Novilara_8th-7th_century_BC
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  16. FTDNA's tests could be a good fit for what you...

    FTDNA's tests could be a good fit for what you want, maybe in your case go for the 67-marker Y-DNA test and the Family Finder autosomal test.
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    Between this paper modelling Ashkenazi as ~45%...

    Between this paper modelling Ashkenazi as ~45% Neolithic Central European and the one on Ancient Lombard DNA showing very EEF-like people in Iron Age Hungary I can't help but wonder if there were...
  18. The palace at the Pantalica Necropolis in Sicily...

    The palace at the Pantalica Necropolis in Sicily was, at the very least, inspired by the Mycenaeans if not actually built by them.
  19. Interesting that the Mycenaeans plot so...

    Interesting that the Mycenaeans plot so differently here (and on other amateur calcs) compared to the Lazaridis PCA. Also of note is how much more southerly they are compared to Sicilians and south...
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    I think the samples in the Lazaridis PCA are...

    I think the samples in the Lazaridis PCA are largely from Thessaloniki, and the Thessaly sample being referenced is from the Eurogenes PCA (from which study it originally came from I can't say).
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    I think this excerpt from Mathieson et al 2017...

    I think this excerpt from Mathieson et al 2017 could be relevant here:
    "One version of the Steppe Hypothesis of Indo-European language origins suggests that Proto-Indo European languages developed...
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