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  1. Other Roman paintings: This has nearly an...

    Other Roman paintings: This has nearly an impressionistic touch.


    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/cb/8a/0c/cb8a0cf69dc98209aba853af45b17d08.jpg
  2. Roman frescoes which look like Renaissance paintings.

    The Ancient Romans are rather known and admired for their hyper-realistic sculptures and not so much for their paintings. However, I found some paintings from Pompeii that look almost like...
  3. Thanks for your reply.

    Thanks for your reply.
  4. Do you have an idea, what the authors mean with...

    Do you have an idea, what the authors mean with "population replacement in northern Spain approximately 100,000 years ago"? The thing is, that 100 k ago, Homo sapiens didn't arrive in Europe yet.
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    What is your take on this genetic study which...

    What is your take on this genetic study which claims that Iberians have SSA genetic input at least since the early Bronze Age? According to his paper SSA gene flow into Iberians wasn‘t an occasional...
  6. How reliable are these predictions when it comes...

    How reliable are these predictions when it comes to such an archaic population as Zlatý kůň ? I read that this Zlatý kůň individual isn't close to the WHGs or other European populations who lacked...
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    Interesting, that the later (Ceramic) Neolithic...

    Interesting, that the later (Ceramic) Neolithic Anatolians didn't show any affinity to CHG/Iran_N, but had around 10% Levantine admixture.



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  8. I was speculating whether the Zlatý kůň could be...

    I was speculating whether the Zlatý kůň could be the human remains of Basal Eurasians. Zlatý kůň predates the split of the European and Asian populations. That said, the authors concluded that Zlatý...
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    @Angela, I don’t agree with everything Gaska...

    @Angela,
    I don’t agree with everything Gaska says, but I’m open to his arguments, and there should be room for very controversial discussions too. In my opinion, it's better to debunk and educate...
  10. A genome sequence from a modern human skull ~45,000 years old from Zlatý kůň Czechia




    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41559-021-01443-x





    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-9445593/45-000-year-old-skull-Czechia-oldest-human-genome-found.html
  11. Interesting and insightful take on Iberomaurusians and their relationship with BE.

    Note:The interpretation of the data from the original genetic study on the Iberomaurusians is not verified and anonymous. Nevertheless, the assessment provides some alternative modeling of the...
  12. Diverse genetic origins of medieval steppe nomad conquerors - Tatarinova et al.

    Genome-wide analysis of 9 Khazars.








    Interesting to note, there is NO significant genetic affinity with Khazars and Asheknazi Jews.
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    Italian men who look like these actors or models...

    Italian men who look like these actors or models are considered highly attractive all around the globe.
    I think, that there are basically no cultures or people who would find these men not...
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    I can understand Jovialis that he felt he had to...

    I can understand Jovialis that he felt he had to step in, in order to set the record straight. There are plenty agenda and ideologically driven folks on anthrogenica, beginning by the Mods. So, it's...
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    Well done.:good_job:

    Well done.:good_job:
  16. And some of the males with typical Western...

    And some of the males with typical Western Eurasian Ydna carried African mtnda.
  17. I agree with what you've wrote. However,...

    I agree with what you've wrote. However, Christian Nubia in medieval times had plenty interactions with the Byzantine Empire, and the Church of Byzantium did sent missionaries to Egypt and Nubia....
  18. Autosomal DNA of 66 medieval-era Lower Nubians.

    Researchers have successfully analyzed the genome/autosomal DNA of 66 of medieval-era Lower Nubians.


    Many samples carry 62% - 51% Western Eurasian ancestry, with plenty of typical Eurasian...
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    In fact, the vast majority of people that carry...

    In fact, the vast majority of people that carry E1b1b1 are either fully, predominantly or half Western Eurasian aka Caucasiod.
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    I'll answer your question by sending you a PM...

    I'll answer your question by sending you a PM since I don't want to derail this thread.
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    Why the heck do people dislike a haplogroup?...

    Why the heck do people dislike a haplogroup? Arabs worship J1 and get depressed when they score other hp. Many folks obsess with R1b-M269 and treat as a royalty. Some people are just crazy and need...
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    Oh, please antrogenica is full of smug folks who...

    Oh, please antrogenica is full of smug folks who don't like to debate if you know more than the "veterans" or "gold class members, or disagree with their views. New users are usually ignored unless...
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    I knew it! I was about to ask you whether you...

    I knew it! I was about to ask you whether you think you'll get permanently banned because of your argument there. The AG Mods are disgusting banning and blocking maniacs, a bunch of arrogant, partial...
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    Yes very possible. Caracalla was from his father...

    Yes very possible. Caracalla was from his father side Punic, thus there is the possibility that he belonged to hp J1, too. Anyway, Voshart is a left-wing moron. He made several Roman emperors much...
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    I personally suspect that there was to a degree...

    I personally suspect that there was to a degree sampling bias in this Roman study. In my opinion, people don't take into consideration that native/Italic Romans practiced cremation (burning) of their...
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