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  1. I think your friend is correct. As to Italian...

    I think your friend is correct.

    As to Italian gardens, they've incorporated more flowers as time has gone on, but in my experience they're still nothing like an English cottage garden.

    Isola...
  2. Thread: Origin of Pasta

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    I doubt it. I'm sure that as soon as chicken...

    I doubt it. I'm sure that as soon as chicken became commonly available it would occur to people to cook it in all the various ways they cooked other meats: boil, stew, bake, fry.

    Apicius'...
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    I have no idea who we got it from, if anyone, but...

    I have no idea who we got it from, if anyone, but we do that as well; it's excellent.

    Latte dolce fritto alla ligure.
    ...
  4. English medieval gardens owed something to the...

    English medieval gardens owed something to the memory of Roman gardens. After all, wandering tribesmen aren't planting decorative gardens.
    ...
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    Fabulous even if only half as lovely.

    Fabulous even if only half as lovely.
  6. The temperature needs to cool down here. Is the...

    The temperature needs to cool down here. Is the question as to whether the "extra" "Levantine" in southern Italians/Sicilians is a couple of percent or ten percent so earth shatteringly important? I...
  7. That is completely over the line, and you owe...

    That is completely over the line, and you owe bigsnake and the rest of us an apology. The poster here who is triggered, super aggressive and incredibly emotional is you. You became completely...
  8. Also see, https://i.imgur.com/UzSZ4eV.png ...

    Also see,

    https://i.imgur.com/UzSZ4eV.png


    https://i.imgur.com/S4pjCWM.png

    From other papers I've seen, Tepecek, Kumtepe and Greek Neolithic are all very similar. In PCAs they land on top...
  9. I wrote this in 2018. Were Davidski and his...

    I wrote this in 2018. Were Davidski and his cronies at anthrogenica asleep in 2018?

    "The Kilinc PCA is very interesting in this regard.

    See:
    https://i.imgur.com/ak7NR8g.png

    If the...
  10. Amen to that.

    Amen to that.
  11. You completely miss the point, again! The point...

    You completely miss the point, again! The point is, should you be using a group of locals plus these Byzantines as a source for the modern Hungarian population. The answer is emphatically NO. When...
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    OMG! I've fallen in love at first sight! Is he...

    OMG! I've fallen in love at first sight! Is he yours? If for some reason you can't keep him I'll take him. :)
  13. Excellent analysis, Regio, sorry I'm out of...

    Excellent analysis, Regio, sorry I'm out of juice.:)
  14. Sorry, I'm totally out of juice, but excellent...

    Sorry, I'm totally out of juice, but excellent information. Thank you for your contribution.

    Thanks also to Jovialis.
  15. You find samples like what you call the more...

    You find samples like what you call the more eastern "Imperial Roman" samples in Szolad because that area was the site of a pocket of isolated Romance speakers who attracted craftsmen from all over...
  16. If indeed he's using a bunch of samples including...

    If indeed he's using a bunch of samples including people from all over the world who just happened to have died and been buried in Rome to stand for "Imperial Romans", a decision based on a vast and...
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    Hope this isn't too risque; it's just too...

    Hope this isn't too risque; it's just too hilarious not to share.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kx_G2a2hL6U
  18. Very funny, Duarte. I liked it. :)

    Very funny, Duarte. I liked it. :)
  19. Thread: Origin of Pasta

    by Angela
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    All you need to make a flatbread is a flat hot...

    All you need to make a flatbread is a flat hot stone. Man has been doing it that way for millions of years. Our cesti or little baskets for panigacci work on the same principle: a terracotta disk is...
  20. @ratchet_fan If you're really interested in...

    @ratchet_fan

    If you're really interested in landscape gardening, this is a nice video which takes you through the Villa Cimbrone gardens.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKLiKMIO-gI

    The...
  21. Now you're being condescending, which is also...

    Now you're being condescending, which is also insulting. I understand this material as well if not far better than you do. When I disagree with you it's not because I don't understand the issue;...
  22. Well, now you've insulted me Ygorcs, which I'm...

    Well, now you've insulted me Ygorcs, which I'm sorry about. No, I'm not Southern Italian, but my husband is, and I couldn't give a you know what if he turned out to be a quarter Jewish or Syrian or...
  23. I have no issue with that. It's just we can't...

    I have no issue with that. It's just we can't figure out the percentages or the time periods without having the appropriate ancient samples. It's that simple.

    You people did the same thing when...
  24. Maybe you could ask Davidski to use the academic...

    Maybe you could ask Davidski to use the academic publicly available modern sample from Emilia. That's the only sample from that paper which he didn't include.

    If you wish, you might also suggest...
  25. That's exactly correct. There's been a lot of...

    That's exactly correct. There's been a lot of movement within Sicily itself especially since the 1800s.

    Just as another example, which I've pointed out before, Messina was totally destroyed by...
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