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  1. T was found among the Kangju individuals(of...

    T was found among the Kangju individuals(of Damgaard et al 2018), these people are not Sogdians. The Kangju are probably BMAC people(originating from Neolithic Mesopotamia) mixed with Steppe people....
  2. I am just interested in the origins of ancient...

    I am just interested in the origins of ancient Italy, nothing more, and you are being quite ugly, I wont go into further discussion with you...
  3. Thats what I am saying, people should not talk...

    Thats what I am saying, people should not talk about native to Italy, when the EEF are a population moved from West Asia. And what is trying to be proved, that the Etruscans lived 10.000 years ago in...
  4. There are a lot of similarities, and the Greek...

    There are a lot of similarities, and the Greek culture is also originated in West Asia.



    The Etruscan alphabet, the Greek Alphabet and the Phoenician alphabet are all descended from the...
  5. This is a quote from David Reich's book: ...

    This is a quote from David Reich's book:



    So, the hunter-gatherers of central and western Europe were the locals of central and western Europe(and parts of Northern / Souther Europe). Majority...
  6. As far as I know, the WHG component is considered...

    As far as I know, the WHG component is considered to be local(before 8.000-10.000 BCE) to Central/Northern/Southern/Western Europe. The First Farmers came from West Asia.



    Firstly, we cannot...
  7. Maybe a preprint will be published earlier, but...

    Maybe a preprint will be published earlier, but when?
  8. Agree I dont think local is the right term...

    Agree



    I dont think local is the right term to use. So, if the proto Etruscans and their language were the Early European Farmers, then it means their initial migration to Italy was from West...
  9. How can we be so sure they are no different(based...

    How can we be so sure they are no different(based on how many samples?)? Arent they a mix of Neolithic Farmers and Bronze Age Bell Beakers? And arent the Iberian Bell Beakers equal to the Neolithic...
  10. So you are talking about the Early European...

    So you are talking about the Early European Farmers? Are the Early European Farmers the core of the original Proto Etruscans?
  11. I am not talking about native or not... Neolithic...

    I am not talking about native or not... Neolithic => Bronze Age => Iron Age ... A lot of things happen during these time periods, a lot of migrations happen and population replacements happen...
  12. Which one of the three belongs to the Proto...

    Which one of the three belongs to the Proto Etruscans and the Proto Etruscan language?
  13. Based on how many samples can we draw a...

    Based on how many samples can we draw a conclusion on the origin of the Etruscans? Till now two unpublished studies were leaked, pre announced. These have limited amount of Iron Age samples, some...
  14. Is there any news about when the paper will be...

    Is there any news about when the paper will be published?
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    What I meant was that the ancient dna studies...

    What I meant was that the ancient dna studies with Y-DNA from Neolithic Central/Western Anatolia found Y-haplogroups like C(AHG), G, H, J. There was no T found in Neolithic Central/Western Anatolia....
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    I can see in the figure that CA and EBA/MLBA...

    I can see in the figure that CA and EBA/MLBA Anatolia have similar proportions, but how did you make the link between them and the CA Peqi'in population? Is there any data/analysis showing this? ...
  17. I recently read the presentation of a lecture...

    I recently read the presentation of a lecture about the archaeological chronology of Neolithic Levant and Upper Mesopotamia. It shows good examples of the transition of cultures in periods of time....
  18. I refer you to the work of Prof. Dr. Osman Nedim...

    I refer you to the work of Prof. Dr. Osman Nedim Tuna, from the University of Pennsylvania, found hundreds of cognates between Turkish and Sumerian languages and his work during his life was approved...
  19. See the following article...

    See the following article:



    Biography of Gonzalo Rubio:


    The above languages that resemble the Sumerian language actually confirms the migration route that the Fertile Crescent people made...
  20. The Megalithic Western Europe was also introduced...

    The Megalithic Western Europe was also introduced by the first farmers of the Fertile Crescent and Anatolia. Before the arrival of the first farmers, there were the native hunter gatherers of Europe...
  21. Burial-Mounds(=Kurgans) were already present in...

    Burial-Mounds(=Kurgans) were already present in the Fertile Crescent since the Pottery Neolithic. An example of burial ground in the Tell Sabi Abyad site:



    The existence of the Fertile Crescent...
  22. Fritz Hommel...

    Fritz Hommel in Cambridge University Press, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society Volume 18
  23. The Maykop(and their ancestors since the 6th...

    The Maykop(and their ancestors since the 6th millennium BCE) in fact did influence the Steppe people, they thaught the Steppe people the Kurgan culture.
    And we have to seperate culture(archaeology...
  24. Identical means like "Dingir" being the same as...

    Identical means like "Dingir" being the same as the recent word "Tengri", transforming from 'dingir' into 'tengir' into 'tengri'. Or the Sumerian word 'Ada' transforming into 'Ata'(father). 'Ama'...
  25. Yes, I agree with the proto Sumerian language...

    Yes, I agree with the proto Sumerian language being native to the region of the Fertile Crescent. It is most probable that the Natufians came from North Africa and brought Afro-Asiatic languages with...
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