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  1. Many Thanks. I'm quite sure J2 L70 is part of the...

    Many Thanks. I'm quite sure J2 L70 is part of the greek signature in Magna Graecia, as it is on central-southern Italy today.
  2. Thanks, I'm sure it would be useful for J2 L70's...

    Thanks, I'm sure it would be useful for J2 L70's as well!!
  3. J2 L70 is probably Anatolian and/or greek in...

    J2 L70 is probably Anatolian and/or greek in origin, as the Finocchio paper stated on 2018. If you check on Yfull ''live'' you can see the two basal samples at the moment are from Spain and Albania....
  4. Very interesting Maciamo. Regarding gens Licinia,...

    Very interesting Maciamo. Regarding gens Licinia, there is an interesting tradition regarding the Moreno surname origin, Julio Atienza, a well known genealogist in Spain, stated that the Moreno's...
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    Sticky: Il primo Re by Matteo Rovere. It’s an amazing...

    Il primo Re by Matteo Rovere. It’s an amazing film, made in proto latin


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    My pleasure. Musti was an italian historian ...

    My pleasure. Musti was an italian historian specialized on Magna Graecia. This book analyses the view of ancient greek, regarding the relationship between them and italics, and their colonies in...
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    While we wait for the papers regarding italian...

    While we wait for the papers regarding italian Ancient DNA, where J2 is probably involved. I suggest to read an interesting analysis made by professor Musti, regarding Magna Graecia and italic people...
  8. Thanks for the interesting information Angela ...

    Thanks for the interesting information Angela


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  9. J2L-70 is clearly Anatolic/ Aegean . One of its...

    J2L-70 is clearly Anatolic/ Aegean . One of its clades, CTS3601 is highly probably part of the Greek expansion in the west ( see the paper published by Nature last May regarding this matter), and...
  10. Incredibile, bellissimo...thanks a lot for the...

    Incredibile, bellissimo...thanks a lot for the post Angela
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    Thanks for the update Azzurro. Do you have any...

    Thanks for the update Azzurro. Do you have any knowledge if the clades of JL70 are mainly PF5456 and Z2177
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    Hi Anton. There are many theories regarding the...

    Hi Anton. There are many theories regarding the origin of PF5456. There is an interesting paper, published on May 2018 by Nature, that gives some solid arguments regarding the mother clade of PF5456,...
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    Sticky: I agree with you Italouruguayan. The map of South...

    I agree with you Italouruguayan. The map of South America seems also quite accurate to me, although I will add more europeans in southern Brazil.
  14. Maciamo and Azzurro, as you've made some analysis...

    Maciamo and Azzurro, as you've made some analysis regarding Haplogroup J in Greece and Italy, any comments regarding this paper?
  15. I used the walls example, although I understand...

    I used the walls example, although I understand the 'Cyclopean walls' in Italy are dated between the VIII and V century AC, they were attributed to pelasgians by ancient authors. I'm convinced that...
  16. J haplogroup of Phoenician and Greek colonizations

    You're right I'm sorry, I wanted to say Mycenaean , not Minoan.
  17. The paper is quite interesting. It should give...

    The paper is quite interesting. It should give more light to the presence of J2 Z435, and its clades in Italy. DYS 445 6 together with DYS 391 9, confirms both greek and Anatolian greek signature,...
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