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  1. Corded Ware-Formation of their Culture and Language

    I don't see anything that people here shouldn't already have heard.

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    Wonderful Calabrian folk group I just discovered....

    Wonderful Calabrian folk group I just discovered. Lovely music...beautiful girls...beautiful couple...how can it fail? :)

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    Top 6 gluten free grains

    See:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJ_JLkO8Sn0
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJ_JLkO8Sn0


    Who knew bird seed might be good for you? :)

    I've had it as a porridge and it's not bad at all;...
  4. I don't see any impertinence in your question....

    I don't see any impertinence in your question. Perhaps there is something I don't know about Jewish populations, but I assumed the writing program they were using wrote Yosemite instead of Yemenite...
  5. The Aegean as a possible population dispersal route into Europe-L. Paleolithic

    Fascinating stuff...especially about the submerged areas of the Aegean.


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    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1040618220302585

    "The Balkan Peninsula lies on a key...
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    Short History of the Moors

    It focuses more on the actual change in dynasties as it affected architecture, although there is passing reference to the more extreme brands of fundamentalism of the Moorish dynasties versus the...
  7. Spanish Eastern Pyrenees Population Structure

    They cluster both with Iberians and French Basque, as is to be expected, but there's an amazing amount of structure even within the villages, resulting in high runs of homozygosity. Lots of drift...
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    Thanks. I'm just getting a lot more matches than...

    Thanks. I'm just getting a lot more matches than I expected.
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    27 shared segments just seems like a really high...

    27 shared segments just seems like a really high number.
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    @Salento, This is how you set up your...

    @Salento,

    This is how you set up your parameters, yes?

    Minimum segment threshold size to be included in total = 25 SNPs
    Minimum segment cM to be included in total = 3.0 cM
    Mismatch-bunching...
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    Val D'Orcia and Crene Senesi

    It's English and Spanish and French subtitled. One of my favorite areas of one of my favorite Italian provinces: Toscana


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8HPEPUmCeU

    Whatever you do, don't...
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    Redating of Russian Shigir Idol

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    https://www.archaeology.org/news/9573-210405-shigir-idol-wood

    "https://www.archaeology.org/images/News/2104/Shigir-Idol.jpg(Thomas Terberger)

    YEKATERINBURG, RUSSIA—Live Science reports...
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    Amenhotep's Lost City Discovered

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    https://www.archaeology.org/news/9587-210409-luxor-golden-city

    "https://www.archaeology.org/images/News/2104/Egypt-Luxor-Scarab.jpg(Egypt's Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities)

    CAIRO,...
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    @Gaska, I criticize the analysis in scientific...

    @Gaska,

    I criticize the analysis in scientific papers all the time. I NEVER, however, imply that for some unknown agenda they are hiding the autosomal analysis of some ancient samples because it...
  15. Thread: Trouble posting

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    Thanks, Maciamo. All of a sudden it just resolved...

    Thanks, Maciamo. All of a sudden it just resolved itself. It may be it was a bug and my system cleared it in the next scan.
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    Well, I don't know about that, but my son's...

    Well, I don't know about that, but my son's friend got Covid last year. He wasn't sick enough to go to the hospital, but he's young, healthy, and fit. Still, he lost his sense of smell and hasn't...
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    Just a comment in the interests of science and...

    Just a comment in the interests of science and the reputation of this site.

    Since when are samples which are collected by some unknown hobbyist from anthrogenica with who knows what agenda from...
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    Even before Covid, anyone who thinks taking the...

    Even before Covid, anyone who thinks taking the New York subway isn't hazardous to your health is lacking in judgment.

    Shall we start letting kids go to school without being vaccinated against...
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    Everything is to prove that some Jews or other...

    Everything is to prove that some Jews or other Middle Easterners settled in Italy and left some y Dna behind. Whoop-de-doo. Can you imagine obsessing over crap like this?

    Get a life, boys, if...
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    It's fine, Moesan. You have the patience of Job;...

    It's fine, Moesan. You have the patience of Job; I know that. :)

    I just don't want any accusations against renowned scientists that for some unimaginable reason they're hiding the autosomal make...
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    4,000 year old map from France

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    https://www.archaeology.org/news/9580-210407-bronze-age-map

    https://www.archaeology.org/images/News/2104/Saint-Belec-Slab.jpg
    BRITTANY, FRANCE—According to a BBC News report, the...
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    Did I say I was banning him? I've let him ramble...

    Did I say I was banning him? I've let him ramble on for pages on multiple threads. The holes in his arguments have been shown again and again. If he wants to put his arguments on an endless loop, as...
  23. Pre-Islamic Arabia: Its religion and rituals

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    https://www.academia.edu/45498003/Al_Jallad_Pre_Print_Draft_The_Religion_and_Rituals_of_the_Nomads_of_Pre_Islamic_Arabia_A_Reconstruction_based_on_the_Safaitic_Inscriptions
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    Good grief. I lived (and worked) in Manhattan for...

    Good grief. I lived (and worked) in Manhattan for five years, and even though the subway stop was literally on my corner I took it as little as possible after a while. The place is a petri dish for...
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    I was thinking more of trains and buses. I'm not...

    I was thinking more of trains and buses. I'm not taking off my mask anytime soon, though.
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