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the only woman on these pictures has what I qualify "cromagnoid" features, typical enough (IMO! based on metrics) of my vision of the Paleolithical occidental Cro-magnon's . (at least on the bony aspect)
They can be found here and there allover Europe, a bit less rare in some districts, Wales among them). Evidently these features have been more common in a large space in Europe and even farther, and 1) are not by force directly inherited from the westernmost 'croma' 2) not by force linked to an allover 'croma' auDNA drift or not, of course -
what is "optical traits"?
I wonder if E-V13 made it the same way as J2b.
We have to wait for the ancient DNA, much of Italy and parts of the Balkans have not been analyzed. Certainly E-V13 has considerable percentages throughout Italy. Several different explanations are possible, at least for Italy.
Right now, it has become certainly quite unpredictable to scope down E-V13 in Italy. There are people who claim it's mostly from Early Middle Age after the collapse of Danubian lime, but somehow i think that scenario is not possible. But, let's see.
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