yes , I know
but Tuscany stands out on its lonesome
same as Aosta
I think Tuscany actually gets 3 clusters of its own (NCItaly1-3), which I guess suggests some degree of internal isolation/drift. What could be the reason for this?
Autosomally Tuscans are thoroughly unexciting though. More steppe than other Italians to their south, less Anatolian BA:
Sicilians are interesting because they get significantly more steppe than other South Italians.
The most interesting and one of the biggest clusters however is SCItaly3 (brown) which covers almost the entire south of Italy and extends into Lazio and Abruzzo. It's almost fully Anatolian Bronze Age with a small WHG component and an even smaller Steppe component.