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    This is the first article I found ...

    This is the first article I found



    https://www.ilmessaggero.it/spettacoli/cinema/zeffirelli_morto_leonardo_da_vinci-4559594.html


    It's well known, three years ago all the newspapers in...
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    https://www.romanports.org/images/Portus/Portus01-...

    https://www.romanports.org/images/Portus/Portus01-1.jpg

    https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-q1-AwYqg0PI/TqADhl7vb7I/AAAAAAAACqc/X2GM-abJtAE/s1600/portus-project.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/P2kQ9EG.png
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    This is the right way....

    This is the right way.
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    Gossip. Italians are crazy about gossip.

    Gossip. Italians are crazy about gossip.
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    A very extravagant character, what is interesting...

    A very extravagant character, what is interesting is that he was very Florentine/Tuscan but at the same time an Italian not very provincial and very fond of British culture.

    Zeffirelli was also...
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    It is not correct how MTA labeled these samples,...

    It is not correct how MTA labeled these samples, in a PCA these samples do not even group with the Tuscans. 12.82 and 13.13 are both significant distances. No person who is 100% Tuscan can get Tuscan...
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    Your Tuscan Knight Crusader wasn't a Tuscan but...

    Your Tuscan Knight Crusader wasn't a Tuscan but someone of European and Near Eastern ancestry and can be modelled, besides being a mixture of Tuscan and Lebanese, also as a mixture of North Italian...
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    Living and dying at the Portus Romae

    Living and dying at the Portus Romae

    Tamsin C. O'Connell (a1), Rachel M. Ballantyne (a2), Sheila Hamilton-Dyer (a3), Evi Margaritis (a4)DOI: https://doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2019.64Published online:...
  9. There is nothing strange about it, of course...

    There is nothing strange about it, of course Italian surnames all have a different numerical distribution, some are very common and others are very rare. Some Italian surnames have even died out in...
  10. In my opinion they're not related, I mean they're...

    In my opinion they're not related, I mean they're not descendants. With the barbarian invasions the surnames disappeared in Italy and the modern Italian surnames were born only starting from the...
  11. Forebears.io has no crediblity, it's not...

    Forebears.io has no crediblity, it's not accurate.

    Italy is one of the nations in Europe with the highest number of surnames, and many surnames are in fact shared between neighboring regions....
  12. Thanks for the clarification. There are more...

    Thanks for the clarification. There are more ongoing studies on ancient samples from Italy, not just that of Moots. So yes, they might be not from the same research. Of course assuming the leaked...
  13. Hannah Moots is a PhD student at Stanford. Her...

    Hannah Moots is a PhD student at Stanford. Her study is (part of) her doctoral thesis. She finished the college in 2008 (University of Chicago) if with college you meant the BA.
  14. There is still a lot of uncertainty about where...

    There is still a lot of uncertainty about where the people of Terramare ended up and whether they really migrated elsewhere.
    In any case, Terramare buildings are very similar to the prehistoric...
  15. We've already discussed this study. J2a-M67 in...

    We've already discussed this study.

    J2a-M67 in Volterra is only 2.7%, while G2a-L497 is around 7.1%, R1b is circa 50% (24.5% R1b U52).

    J2a-M67 exists also in Spain and Portugal and has its in...
  16. Demetrios, thanks for this. Are Phoenician...

    Demetrios, thanks for this. Are Phoenician language loans frequent in Greek?

    I need to ask you other things about the Greek world, too. I'll do it soon.
  17. I'm having the hardest time following you....

    I'm having the hardest time following you. Nowhere is it written that all those languages actually spread with Urnfield.
  18. It's an idea that's still being accepted today....

    It's an idea that's still being accepted today. There's nothing wrong with not knowing it. Since you speak clearly Italian, the first are the notes of Civiltà dell'Italia Preromana (LE07101474),...
  19. I know you don't like it. It's an idea that...

    I know you don't like it.


    It's an idea that has great consensus. Proto-Villanovan is a national phenomenon, the following ones are phenomena of regionalization (it's not a trifurcation, not...
  20. I comment on this first and then when I have time...

    I comment on this first and then when I have time I'll comment on the rest. To all these statements you would have been able to find an answer on your own if you had also read at leat the most...
  21. In the end, the same things are always repeated...

    In the end, the same things are always repeated with the Etruscans. Sometimes it gets boring.

    This is a paper by Fred C. Woudhuizen written over 15 years ago. Everyone who has read a lot about the...
  22. I've already answered that. "The Etruscans...

    I've already answered that.


    "The Etruscans were obviously the most advanced civilization of the early Iron Age of Italy. I don't think anyone can argue otherwise."





    Why are you copying...
  23. Yes, indeed. In fact, the name of the island...

    Yes, indeed. In fact, the name of the island north of Lemnos is precisely Samothrace (Samothraki). Can you find any sources in Greek to explain the name of this island?
  24. There have been many university studies in the...

    There have been many university studies in the last 30 years on this association. In particular, the subject has been dealt with by Raffaele De Marinis who teaches archeology at the University of...
  25. Merci beaucoup, Moesan. The statement is...

    Merci beaucoup, Moesan.

    The statement is clearly not mine, but comes from a series of recent publications on the Etruscan language.


    The problem with the Etruscan language is that the type of...
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