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  1. Just when you thought you had begun to understand...

    Just when you thought you had begun to understand Balkans archaeology, they start coming up with new cultures and sticking them together with new compound names. (joke btw)
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    It's pretty interesting that the Indo-Europeans...

    It's pretty interesting that the Indo-Europeans who apparently didn't like living in cities originated next to possibly the first cities in the world.
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    R1b-U152 was also found in a Cetina sample

    R1b-U152 was also found in a Cetina sample
  4. Archaeology suggests the Italics might be...

    Archaeology suggests the Italics might be descended from later Urnfield people, rather than directly from Bell Beaker. Is there any DNA evidence for that?
  5. What are the other genes for blond hair? BTW I...

    What are the other genes for blond hair?

    BTW I noticed you seem to know a lot about the archaeology of Bronze Age Balkans, but wikipedia is a bit of a garbage dump fire on that subject, maybe you...
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    He doesn't even say that. Is this...

    He doesn't even say that.



    Is this whitewashing?

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  7. As far as I'm aware no Neolithic Anatolian...

    As far as I'm aware no Neolithic Anatolian samples have been found to have genes for blonde hair, so it seems highly likely that EEF blondism is from hunter-gatherers and ultimately ANE, so the same...
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    No, Amun is not 'the real Zeus'. Zeus is from...

    No, Amun is not 'the real Zeus'. Zeus is from proto-Indo-European Dyeus Phter (Sky Father). Zeus is most certainly not a god adopted by the Greeks from Egypt. The most you could say, speculatively,...
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    Homer doesn't say anything about Memnon except...

    Homer doesn't say anything about Memnon except that he was handsome.
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    According to ancient Greek poets, Memnon's father...

    According to ancient Greek poets, Memnon's father Tithonus was snatched away from Troy by the goddess of dawn Eos and was taken to the ends of the earth on the coast of Oceanus.[14] According to...
  11. Neanderthals weren't around then.

    Neanderthals weren't around then.
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    Memnon wasn't even an Ethiopian, he was a Trojan...

    Memnon wasn't even an Ethiopian, he was a Trojan who became the king of the Ethiopians.
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    Ok you didn't realise I was mocking...

    Ok you didn't realise I was mocking 'enter_tain's' questions.

    I love Sardinians and all southern Euros.
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    "Sardinian like" means they wore costumes like...

    "Sardinian like" means they wore costumes like these guys:

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/69/Costumes_of_Sardinia_1880s_01.jpg
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    Similar to Sardinians.

    Similar to Sardinians.
  16. Origin of blonde hair in Neolithic farmers.

    In another thread it was stated that Steppe people picked up blonde hair from Neolithic farmers, namely Funnelbeaker and Globular Amphora. Does anyone know where the farmers got it from? Did they get...
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    Achilles: https://i.imgur.com/sFHYdtZ.jpg

    Achilles:

    https://i.imgur.com/sFHYdtZ.jpg
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    It's interesting that the sample from Theopetra...

    It's interesting that the sample from Theopetra with steppe ancestry had Y-DNA I2a2a1b.

    I2a2a1b1b1 was also found in two samples with steppe ancestry from the Swat valley c.1000 BC, published in...
  19. Thomas Booth was behind the Cheddar Man thing.

    Thomas Booth was behind the Cheddar Man thing.
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    Your links appear to be mostly garbage....

    Your links appear to be mostly garbage. Connections between Western Europe and North Africa go back at least to the Neolithic. Elites in Carnac in Brittany were buried in megalithic tombs with...
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    do you have a source for the possible...

    do you have a source for the possible Afro-Asiatic origin of 'seven' in Indo-European?

    Regarding the supposed Afro-Asiatic substrate in Insular Celtic ... wouldn't that also be apparent in other...
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    Maybe Dorian Greeks, with more steppe-related...

    Maybe Dorian Greeks, with more steppe-related ancestry than the Mycenaean population? Also maybe non-Greeks who assimilated following invasions at the end of the Bronze Age.
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    iirc the metal influence on Shang China is more...

    iirc the metal influence on Shang China is more related to Okunevo and Seima-Turbino, so maybe a western Sintashta-related influence through these cultures rather than directly.
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    If that's real it might have something to do with...

    If that's real it might have something to do with Bell Beaker, which was in North Africa and bizarrely Bell Beaker DNA was in Egyptian pharaohs.
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    It indicates there was a significant steppe...

    It indicates there was a significant steppe influx into Greece, contrary to your statement of 'negligible steppe'.
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