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Thread: Comparing Ancient Greek populations to modern Greeks and Italians

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    Perhaps by 44 BC, Julius Caesar, and the rest of the patricians fell into the range of modern Italians. (C7 IA Latin/Etruscan +C6 Mediterranean sources).

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    I agree. As I've said on other threads, there are Italians who look like their near neighbors, i.e. like the Swiss, or French, or Spanish, and Italians who look Greek, but there are also Italians who look distinctly and only Italian, and this recreation is one of those examples.


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