The ancient Elymians conquered extreme western Sicily, they split the island with sicani and siculi people, who where ethnically different. Their most important cities where Segesta, Entella, Eryx, Iatae, Drepanon etc. Some say that they arrived from Anatolia ad where a sea people's sub-group. The Greeks identified them as descendants of conquered Trojans/Trojan war refuges landing in Sicily. But what if they where not ANATOLIANS and where Elamites instead? The Elamites lived in what is now today extreme southwestern Iran. Situated just east of mesopotamia, their capital was Susa. Their kingdom stretched from Susa in the west to Anshan in the east. Their kingdom lies on top of a 10-13% stretch area of haplogroup T. Western Sicily also has higher than normal haplogroup T stretches, for example Sciacca, not too far from ancient Elymians territory has some 17% haplogroup T. Maybe there is a link between Elamites/bakhtiaris/lurs people and Elymians or certain other rare areas of Europe here and there? Some of those areas have some of the worlds highest % of haplogroup T. (Town in western Sicily, Elamite region of Iran).