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- Ara Pacis
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No one could say that Aegean Admixture didn't few towards Italy, Etruscan had a profile that could had minor Helladic-Like profile, close to Tyrennic profile that we expected, as well as This Outlier had a LBA Western Anatolian admixture, one of them were like 80% Hittite like, but keep in mind those "iron age italics" were Republican Era Italics, meaning that Imperial Profile wasn't see as much common as we saw at Imperial Era, so doesn't make sense.
Too bad yours is the usual fanciful reading of the forum. I remind you that there is no consensus in genetic studies that the Etruscans had a profile that may have been slightly similar to that of the Hellenes, and that a Tyrrhenian profile ever existed. The current consensus is that the "Tyrrhenian languages" (which is just a name given by linguists in the 900s) are actually two, Etruscan and Raetic, corresponding to two material cultures and two distinct peoples, given the growing consensus that the very few inscriptions from Lemnos (corresponding to neither a material culture nor a specific ethnicity) could be due to a protohistoric migratory movement of Etruscan individuals from west to east. Not to mention that it is highly unlikely that R1b P312, R1b P311, R1b U152, R1b U52 L2, G2a-L497, characteristic markers of the Etruscans, were also characteristic markers of the Hellenes. Not to mention the fact that it has been decades now that there is no consensus among archaeologists and anthropologists that there is any relationship in ethnogenesis between the Etruscans and the Hellenes, let alone relationship with the Lydians and Luvians and the rest of the Anatolian company, which have been considered untrue for decades. There were contacts with that world, certainly, but they were contacts that had nothing to do with the ethnogenesis of the Etruscans. What the Etruscans were genetically is now quite clear. While the source of your knowledge remains very obscure.
The rest of your post is also completely questionable. Like the concept of an elite, genetically different from the rest of the population, which has never been proposed by archaeologists or anthropologists, but is the typical concept found spread among enthusiasts without any training in these subjects.