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  1. Here: ...

    Here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tabula_Peutingeriana

    Scroll down to the external links. look at e.g. the interactive version, and Segment VIII
  2. The Venedi were still around when the tabula...

    The Venedi were still around when the tabula Peutingeriana was revised in the 4th c. (after the foundation of Constantinople). They are mentioned in two places. Check it out.
  3. The (Baltic) Venedi were first mentioned by Pliny...

    The (Baltic) Venedi were first mentioned by Pliny in his "Natural History", completed ca. 75 CE. His source is unknown. Tacitus spoke of them in ch. 46 of his "Germania" (published in 98 CE) , as...
  4. I'm afraid "post glacial" or mesolithic...

    I'm afraid "post glacial" or mesolithic proto-Indoeuropean isn't in the cards for the overwhelming majority of professional linguists. And I don't see how gene analysis can prove this. OK thanks for...
  5. So the idea is that the introduction of the IE...

    So the idea is that the introduction of the IE language by Corded Ware (and its eventual victory over Uralic-speaking competitors)was not accompanied by very significant autosomal shifts. That seems...
  6. Could you give some details about these current...

    Could you give some details about these current archaeological interpretations? If Corded Ware was insignificant, how would the IE influence have alternatively come to Lithuania do they say?
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    Strictly from memory: I remember an article...

    Strictly from memory: I remember an article published in a Ukrainian language archaeological journal back in 1991 which contended that around the end of the 13th c. BCE (ca. 1200 BCE) the Western...
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    Poll: This map is about as accurate as a soccer game in...

    This map is about as accurate as a soccer game in minute 1 or a baseball game in the first half of the first inning (:=)) I see my name on its list but I have no spot on the map and I'm certainly not...
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    Poll: With the small point: Nordtvedt's site has Disles...

    With the small point: Nordtvedt's site has Disles as I2a1b1 rather than I2a1b1*
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    Poll: So at the the moment, the only thing we can say...

    So at the the moment, the only thing we can say about the origin of I2-Din is that it began sometime after ca. 4000 BCE and sometime before ca. 300 BCE, in connection with the L147.2 definer (as of...
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    Poll: Is this what is called the "interclade node"?

    Is this what is called the "interclade node"?
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    Poll: Partly. You mean the ancestor of I2a-Din...

    Partly. You mean the ancestor of I2a-Din presumably (back ca. 4000 BCE). Some continuing I2a1* or I2a1b* type. But what I was wondering about is the actual (not surviving) initiator of I2a-Din as...
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    Poll: A question for Sparkey: I don't have the exact...

    A question for Sparkey:

    I don't have the exact reference but as I remember, Nordtvedt's calculations for the MRCA of Din-N was ca. 300 BCE and Din-S ca. 30 BCE But as you pointed out earlier this...
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    Poll: Byzantine historical nomenclature was based on...

    Byzantine historical nomenclature was based on ancient literature, esp. Herodotus. And it wasn't an innovation in the time of Anna Comnena. The 3rd century Greek-scripting historian Deuxippus...
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    In any case I think I'll wait until we have more...

    In any case I think I'll wait until we have more aDNA available before drawing any definitive conclusions about these issues. The absence of "Gedrosia" in Oetzi and the Sardinians doesn't yet imply...
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    I wonder. The more precise K12 analysis gives...

    I wonder. The more precise K12 analysis gives both Oetzi and modern Sardinians a much higher "Caucasus" component than what exists in other European populations. Or do you mean "Gedrosian" when you...
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    I would suggest you upload your results to...

    I would suggest you upload your results to www.gedmatch.com and see how they interpret your mideast and east asian. Dr. McDonald's "mideast" is pretty wide, and includes gedmatch's West Asian...
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    My mother in law (and my wife) both have such a...

    My mother in law (and my wife) both have such a stretch (in the centromere) of exacly the same length. McDonald said it was "real". It's relatively old (since they have no significant "South Asian"...
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    Does McDonald have a view about the South Asian...

    Does McDonald have a view about the South Asian stretch on the X-chromosome? I do but I wouldn't want to preempt him
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    More precisely: those Bastarnae who lived in the...

    More precisely: those Bastarnae who lived in the area of the Chernyakhiv (Chernyakhov) culture. Quite a few of them, however, had migrated north and northeastward in the time of the "Late Zarubinian...
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    They were. Culturally though, they are associated...

    They were. Culturally though, they are associated with the Yastorf culture, and the Goths with the Wielbark culture. The genetics would have been similar I suspect.
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    Not to forget that the first documented...

    Not to forget that the first documented "Germanic" population to settle in the Balkans (as recounted by Cassius Dio) were the Bastarnians, in 29 BCE. They were migrating from Moldavian territory (in...
  23. You should take a refresher course in genetics....

    You should take a refresher course in genetics. Y-DNA has nothing whatever to do with people's looks.
  24. The Dacians (Getans) were an Indo-European people...

    The Dacians (Getans) were an Indo-European people with their own language and culture, similar to, but different from, the Thracians to the south. They were not Germanics at all. Their archaeology is...
  25. "Vyatichi" is actually the East Slavic...

    "Vyatichi" is actually the East Slavic denazalized rendition of something like VENT-ICHI. There are many examples of such. Off the top of my head I can remember Porphyrogenitos' "Sventostlabos" (the...
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