It's interesting to note that Lycaon once inhabited Lycaonia, in present day southern turkey, from there he moved to Arcadia in the southern Peleponnese. Among his sons where Oenotrus, Peucetius, daunus, Messapus etc. Oenotrus gave his names to the oenotrians that would move to Enotria (southern Italy from Paestum to the toe of Calabria.) Oenotrians is derived from Greek Oinos, "wine", the "wine cultivators". As many middle eastern people's such as certain regions of ancient Armenia, turkey, Azerbaijan and Iran where very strong at, and the first to cultivate wine. Through middle eastern pelasgians may be how wine would make its way to Etruscans, Greeks and eventually French Gauls. Peucetis and his two brothers where also sons of Lycaon and thus derived from a very similar Anatolia to Greece to Italy origin. Most sources claim the iapygians where straight up Cretans. The Etruscans where probably a very similar group to these Enotrians, Peucetians and Daunians. Etruscan civilization was markedly anatolian (of Asia Minor origin) and the iapygians of apulia had their own pottery strikingly similar to Mycenaean/Minoan era pottery suggesting a Greco-Anatolian link. Then later, with the Greeks of Magna Grecia, came even more middle eastern J2 lineages with the introduction of Ionian, Achaean, Dorian greeks etc. colonies in southern Italy. Also there was greek settlements as high up as the coast of Marche, Ancona is a good example. The major outliers where the Elymians who may have had an ancient Iranic/Phoenician link and a few ports off the coast of Marche where known for producing purple dye (heavily associated with Phoenicians and possibly haplogroup J2/T men.) The men of haplogroup G2a arrived long before all this though, a rare and isolated group today, that can still be found in southern Italy at appreciable frequencies (15%).