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Thread: Bronze Age Vucedol Culture R1b Z2103 / L23

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    Well, I'm more German South...Using 2 populations approximation:
    1 50% German_South +50% German_South @ 3.739271


    Using 3 populations approximation:
    1 50% German_South +25% German_South +25% German_South @ 3.739271


    Using 4 populations approximation:
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    1 German_South + German_South + German_South + German_South @ 3.739271

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron1981 View Post
    What an absurd comment, of course North Italians have ancestry from the north, at least from France, indirectly from central Europe. If you agree that southern Italians have Middle Eastern ancestry which arrived via island hopping, why would the less challenging route (across central Europe and around the Alps) not have happened? Italian ancestry is clinal, with the northern half being far closer to central and west Europeans in character.
    What exactly is the purpose of this stupid post? Do you even understand what is being discussed? Have you seen other charts where ancient and current populations are being compared and obviously they don't match that much because people move around?

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