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    Climate change 2024: the first year living with +2°C of warming

    One of the arguments against cattle breeding is that they fart too much - I guess private jets are less of an issue - and the other is that food which could be fed to humans directly must be processed by the cows to produce meat and milk, which is a waste, and less energy efficient. There is...
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    Climate change 2024: the first year living with +2°C of warming

    The "veganism being the solution" ideology being promoted by the transnational institutions and being part of this overall agenda which leads to big corporations producing all the highly processed foods on which local populations have depend upon, since all their local, self-sufficient...
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    Population changes in northern Italy from the Iron Age to Modern Times

    There is little evidence for R1b taking the Southern route in my opinion and that E-V13 jumped directly from Africa in the direction of Italy is also rather unrealistic.
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    Climate change 2024: the first year living with +2°C of warming

    The current EU politics forces farmers into bankruptcy and the goal is to give away all the agricultural of small farmers to big corportions and private equity. The food policy agenda is to force veganism on the people, with highly processed foods made by big corporations being the primary, if...
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    Thread: E-V13 Frequency Maps and Data

    The Rhineland region has some of the highest frequencies of E-V13 in all of Central Europe. Therefore regardless of whether they were fresh migrants or older inhabitants, or both, E-V13 should pop up there too, especially in a larger sample. If they write about South Eastern European ancestry...
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    Thread: E-V13 Frequency Maps and Data

    Unless they were all foreign settlers and soldiers, there surely will. In my opinion the majority of modern E-V13 comes from Northern Thracians/Dacians (Danube area and North of it).
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    Ancient genomes from a Roca Vecchia, Apulia, shed light on Minoan modes of colonisation

    I just wanted to express that its kind of a missed opportunity, if so many human remains were found, to just sample 2 successfully. Its like the standard from some years ago. The better EAA papers now work with dozens of samples and try to reconstruct complex migration patterns and family...
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    Ancient genomes from a Roca Vecchia, Apulia, shed light on Minoan modes of colonisation

    Honestly just two samples to characterise a population is not enough, especially not for the later Bronze to Iron Age contexts. Many of the EAA 2024 papers provide much more samples for a more conclusive evidence.
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    Neolithic Refuge and Continuity in Transylvania

    More highly important papers relevant for E-V13 in the Daco-Thracian context: Yes, looks like we are getting closer to the background of the North Thracians/Dacians, the E-V13 origins and and what happened with them. There are additional papers of high interest on the matter, almost like a...
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    Neolithic Refuge and Continuity in Transylvania

    Actually there were a whole host of people which moved out of the Balkans into Anatolia and further, not the least the Sea Peoples. From what I read many of these people were indeed not proper Thracians, BUT the Thyni and Bithyni likely were. Keep in mind that a strong Channelled Ware influx...
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    Neolithic Refuge and Continuity in Transylvania

    And yes, I'm a bit disappointed that the paper won't get published earlier. Because if the meeting is in August, that's the earliest date to expect. Many interesting papers on the table for this conference by the way. One might include the older E1b1b samples we talked about many times before...
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    Neolithic Refuge and Continuity in Transylvania

    What's even more, we know a group which is E-V13 dominated, and that's Post-Psenichevo from South Eastern Thrace. Now what was Psenichevo? Psenichevo was a mix with elements from Lapus II-Gáva, possibly also Belegis II-Gáva and other Gáva-related formations (like Vartop etc.) being involved...
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    Updated phylogenetic tree of E-V13

    Do the BigY. Since you have done y111, you can upgrade and your sample is already stored at FTDNA. If its expensive, better save your money until you can buy it, than trying something else. Won't help you on the long run. Strange that you have just Y12-matches, probably you have a rare...
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    Where does the Albanian language come from? [VIDEO]

    But it looks like they survived up to the Germanic and Slavic migrations. Which means that the Slavs might have come into contact with some remaining groups from the Daco-Thracians which they assimilated. To me that's a much better explanation for Thracian or even Thraco-Illyrian place names...
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    Where does the Albanian language come from? [VIDEO]

    The issue with the Thracoid zone on this map is that it was indeed related to Thracians, but rather secondarily, when Daco-Thracians came in, in the Late Bronze to Middle Iron Age.
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    To burn or not to burn: LBA/EIA Balkan case

    Even if yDNA has an influence on the phenotype, not in the way he is suggesting it. First, its not necessarily about general haplogroups, but more specific mutations, secondly, it might have an influence on hormonal levels or such, but not determine many finer details of the face and body...
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    To burn or not to burn: LBA/EIA Balkan case

    The Roman era is a long time ago and there was a West Asian shifted E-V13 there as well. Anyway, the specific branch of Napoleon is https://discover.familytreedna.com/y-dna/E-BY36878/tree https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-Y195137/ His immediate matches are all Italian and the upstream ones German...
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    To burn or not to burn: LBA/EIA Balkan case

    I wouldn't connect yDNA with any sort of phenotype, especially facial features. If at all, you have look at autosomal results for such conclusions. I wouldn't connect yDNA with any sort of phenotype, especially facial features. If at all, you have to look at autosomal results for such conclusions.
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    To burn or not to burn: LBA/EIA Balkan case

    His branch is European though, looks fairly old.
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    To burn or not to burn: LBA/EIA Balkan case

    You find such phenotypes all around in Austria, Switzerland, Czechia and Bavaria. Probably they are looking exotic to you, but I know the people from this neighbourhood better. But that's not the topic, I would rather end this here, it doesn't matter anyway.
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