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    As I already told you, if the admixture was...

    As I already told you, if the admixture was legit, the sample was most certainly incorrectly dated and not from the Anglo-Saxon era. Anyway, for the Daily Mail and the scholars involved, this one odd...
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    Allow me to share my honest opinion with you, and...

    Allow me to share my honest opinion with you, and I’d like to get some feedback. I'm convinced that something is fishy with this very odd 30% West African (with no North African and 3% coverage)...
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    I now recall that the sample was not only very...

    I now recall that the sample was not only very low coverage but also not carbon-dated. In the article from Daily Mail is stated that her African DNA points to West African ancestry, most closely...
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    The Daily Mail sensationalist, as always, jumped...

    The Daily Mail sensationalist, as always, jumped on one sample from the Anglo-Saxon paper that seems to be 1/3 West African. However, if my memory serves me right, the coverage was extremely low. ...
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    You're right. I also think he could pass as a...

    You're right. I also think he could pass as a Southern European, specifically Spaniard.


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  6. Genomic ancestry, diet and microbiomes of Upper Palaeolithic hunter-gatherers.

    Genomic ancestry, diet and microbiomes of Upper Palaeolithic hunter-gatherers from San Teodoro cave



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    Recent improvements in the analysis of ancient biomolecules from human remains...
  7. Over 2,300-year-old bronze statues unearthed in the Tuscan mud.

    Discovery that rewrites Italy's history: More than two dozen bronze statues are unearthed after being perfectly preserved in Mediterranean mud for over 2,000 years - dig changes understanding of how...
  8. [QUOTE=Angela;661268] The only avatar I knew...

    The only avatar I knew of you was the Etruscan Lady before you changed it. Besides, I had the gut feeling that the term "snow work" has a negative meaning. Here's the thing, I'm long around in this...
  9. [QUOTE=Angela;661252] What does a snow job...

    What does a snow job mean? Seriously I didn‘t know that the woman in this picture was actually you. There are so many pics of actresses especially Italian ones here and on TA that a certain actress...
  10. [QUOTE=Angela;661244] She is definitely a...

    She is definitely a good-looking female version of Caesar. Is she an Italian actress? Anyway, Caesar on the busts looks indeed Italian. I’ve been many times to Italy (mostly in North and Central...
  11. That's so true. We were so close to having...

    That's so true. We were so close to having Sumerian samples from the Southern Arc paper. But unfortunately, the DNA sequencing for the Sumerians failed since they were buried in very aggressive soil...
  12. That's a good point.

    That's a good point.
  13. Thanks for the links.

    Thanks for the links.
  14. :beer1: You would do us, all archaeogenetics...

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    You would do us, all archaeogenetics enthusiasts, a great service, and I'd be very grateful to you. Good luck!!!
  15. A genomic snapshot of Upper Mesopotamia during during the Neolithic Transition.

    A genomic snapshot of demographic and cultural dynamism in Upper Mesopotamia during the Neolithic Transition




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    Upper Mesopotamia played a key role in the Neolithic Transition in...
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    I'd like to point out that Homer only briefly...

    I'd like to point out that Homer only briefly mentions Memnon in the Odyssey, and he is essentially a posthomeric hero. Therefore there were different Greek traditions about Memnon. According to one...
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    I see exactly what you mean! I believe BBC...

    I see exactly what you mean! I believe BBC intentionally missed the opportunity to include Memnon in the movie. They should've cast David Gaysi as Memnon instead of Achilles. He would've been a good...
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    According to liberals that are very much in favor...

    According to liberals that are very much in favor of the so-called diverse representation saying that black Achilles is unwatchable makes you a racist. Mind you, the wokes love to condemn...
  19. This an interesting question that can't be really...

    This an interesting question that can't be really answered since there are no papers that I'm aware of that deal with the origin of blond hair in Anatolian farmers. At best we can speculate here or...
  20. Obsession is a very strong word with, what I...

    Obsession is a very strong word with, what I believe to be, a negative undertone. In my case, you can say I have a great interest in or a healthy curiosity about the development of human pigmentation...
  21. You‘re correct, the Corded Ware population was...

    You‘re correct, the Corded Ware population was dominated by one single lineage: R1a-M417. With that being said, they weren't 100% R1a-M417. The Bohemia ancient DNA paper revealed that R1b-L151 is...
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    @Angela, I don't want to leave this comment...

    @Angela,

    I don't want to leave this comment unanswered. Here's the thing, dianatomia mentioned blond Achilles, the possible association of higher Steppe ancestry with blond hair in Ancient Greeks...
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    When going by your evaluation not only...

    When going by your evaluation not only Hanel&Carlberg but also Reich, Mathieson and the authors of the very recent paper-Selection Landscape and Genetic Legacy of Ancient Eurasians, also overestimate...
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    Well, in Homeros' Iliad, Achilles’ hair is twice...

    Well, in Homeros' Iliad, Achilles’ hair is twice described by the adjective ξανθός / xanthos. The definition of the word ξᾰνθός • (xanthós) m (feminine ξᾰνθή, neuter ξᾰνθόν); first/second...
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    You probably missed my other comment, I didn't...

    You probably missed my other comment, I didn't argue that the Yamanya folks were all blondies with blue eyes. Here's the thing, not me but the authors of different papers clearly state that Steppe...
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