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Thread: Southern Italian Ethnogenesis (My theory)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ihype02 View Post
    Greek names in Pompeii (mostly among the slaves). Those Greek names represent Anatolians, Levantines and of course ethnic Greek. In other words it is a indicator of the recent eastern origin. Pompeii was an Oscan speaking regions and it recolonized by Romans in 80BC following the language shift from Oscan to Latin.
    https://namenookdotcom.wordpress.com...le-of-pompeii/
    What does this matter if it is not represented in IBD analysis, and we know Imperial era Anatolian ancestry died away in late antiquity?

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    It is true what you say about Pompeii however. Even our guide told us in Roman times, Pompeii was mostly a town for foreign merchants and prostitutes. I don't think many natives would have wanted to live there, since the volcanic sediment forced them to have open air sewers.

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    Jovialis: Sorry if I missed it but where are those Cetina Samples from, are those from the Southern Arc papers. Just curios, how do they compare to the Republican Roman samples from Antonio et al 2019 or the C6, C7, C5, clusters from that same paper?

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    As I said in the other thread (https://www.eupedia.com/forum/thread...l=1#post661093), Iron age greeks, or at least some of them, seem even more shifted towards contemporary cycladic inhabitants and southern italians.

    In particular, some samples labelled as Himera_Civilian_Pop_med (the green diamonds) and others should cluster with the two "aegean-like" individuals from Iron Age Latium.



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