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    Genetic study The Picenes and the Genetic Landscape of Central Adriatic Italy in the Iron Age.

    I agree with your argument. But, there is still confusion as to when Italic speakers arrived on the peninsula. It is possible that the Vatya-related immigrants who entered the Terramare culture in the 15th c.BC were proto-Italic speakers. However, it is also possible that the Bell-Beaker...
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    R1b-U152/S28 : more Gaulish or Roman ?

    The reason why Tollense was able to destroy Terramare
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    What music are you listening to?

    L'Arcusgi: Lotta Ghjuventu Some of L'Arcusgi's songs are really to my taste. Even though I live about 10,000km away from Corsica and am an Korean with no connection to them, listening to this song makes me want to support their goals. The power of a well-made song is truly amazing.
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    What music are you listening to?

    L'Arcusgi: Alba Nova
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    What music are you listening to?

    L'Arcusgi: Un Populu Un Hè Vintu
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    Genetic study The Genetic Legacy of the Roman Imperial Rule in northern Italy

    Let me restate my opinion so there is no misunderstanding. I'm not saying it is unclear where R-L2 originated. I'm saying It is unclear when and where R-L2 entered Italy. As you know, the earliest L2 discovered so far in Italy is BRC003 dated 16~15th Century BC(Migration period of Carpathian...
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    Genetic study The Genetic Legacy of the Roman Imperial Rule in northern Italy

    It's still unclear, and I think either Bell-Beaker or Unfield are both possibilities. More samples of Bronze Age North Italian males are needed. But, It is very unfortunate that Emilian Terramare had a cremation funeral even before the Urn-cremation conversion.
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    Genetic study The Genetic Legacy of the Roman Imperial Rule in northern Italy

    I believe it is more likely that Broion's BRC003 sample with R-L2 was a trace of Carpathian unfielders who fled to Northern Italy rather than a Polada. The BRC003 sample is dated 1532–1452 cal BCE, which roughly corresponds to the period in which the funeral of Emilian Terramare(Southern Po...
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    Genetic study The Picenes and the Genetic Landscape of Central Adriatic Italy in the Iron Age.

    I think it is too early to be sure when the Balkan BA like profile came to Italy. Carpathian Urnfield refugees who fled to northern Italy in the 16th century BC due to the expansion of the Tumulus culture? Maybe so, but I don't know.
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    Genetic study The Picenes and the Genetic Landscape of Central Adriatic Italy in the Iron Age.

    I respect Pax but, I agree with Vitruvius regarding this matter. Looking at Cardarelli et al 2020 and Cavazzuti et al 2022, it is clear. It certainly shows that there was a migration of Carpathian Unfield refugees in the early and middle Terramare period (approximately 1500-1450 BC). Emilian...
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    Genetic study Fine-scale sampling uncovers the complexity of migrations in 5th–6th century Pannonia

    I agree with you. I hope that these LA Italian samples will be the key to breaking down the hypothesis that modern North-Central Italians have a 20% Germanic admixture.
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    qpAdm Modeling of Iron Age Latins

    According to archaeological origins, the latter seems more likely.
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    Eurogenes Why are the Central Anatolians the closest to the Greeks among the Anatolia Turks?

    I was playing around with the g25 and found out something quite interesting. It's quite shocking to me that, despite their geographical proximity and historical connection, Western Anatolians are farther away from the Greeks than Central Anatolians.
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    What music are you listening to?

    Corsica Meia - Voce Ventu Last Autumn, I listened to this song almost every day on my way home from my part-time job.
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    What music are you listening to?

    This has been my favorite song since few months ago. Some corsican musics are perfect for my taste.
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    Genetic study The Genetic Legacy of the Roman Imperial Rule in northern Italy

    What do you think about the Late Antiquity Piedmont samples in your last post? Although Those come from very regional and mountainous, wouldn't that give us some insight into the genetics of Northern Italy during the Migration Period?
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    Genetic study Fine-scale sampling uncovers the complexity of migrations in 5th–6th century Pannonia

    Distance to: ITA_Torino_Lavazza_5th-7th_century 0.02020255 Italian_Piedmont 0.02032532 Italian_Emilia 0.02244058 Italian_Liguria 0.02301121 Swiss_Italian 0.02366309 Italian_Tuscany 0.02576928 Italian_Lombardy 0.02590975 Italian_Veneto 0.02764532 Italian_Bergamo 0.02843469...
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    Genetic study Fine-scale sampling uncovers the complexity of migrations in 5th–6th century Pannonia

    New Northern italian samples from late antiquity are very interesting. Could these be used as new proxies to identify germanic admixture in moderns?
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    Where could this mix girl pass??

    Here's an example you might find interesting. Although she is not mixed, many Koreans consider her appearance foreign. Indeed, she plays the role of a Filipino immigrant on her youtube channel. She is clearly pseudo Southeast Asian.
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    Where could this mix girl pass??

    Maybe. However, I believe that the important thing in determining a person's impression is the eyes. In that respect, she can be considered similar to these people.
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