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    Post Discuss Masaman's latest video about the Italian Peninsula and it's peoples

    Origin and History of the Italians

    Mc Donald:
    Most likely fit is 62.4% (+- 9.5%) Europe (various subcontinents)
    and 37.6% (+- 9.5%) Mideast (various subcontinents)
    Dodecad World9:
    1 50% S_Italian_Sicilian +50% Dutch @ 1.083
    2 50% German +50% S_Italian @ 1.126
    3 50% Dutch +50% S_Italian @ 1.148

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    I see nothing wrong with the Italiote synthesis and syncretism of Hellenistic population and culture, as the ultimate colony in Magna Graecia, from Homer to Virgil in as much literal as figurative transmission, just like the evolutionary progress from Persia to Greece. Revisionism should only be complementary, not iconoclastic. That being said, Italy is a post-Lombard state, which even the Genovese-Corsican Bonapartists and Savoyards represent into our own time. The Renaissance was fine to revive the eventual Neoclassical fad, but it couldn't persist without a similar subsequent appeal to Gothic Romanticism. In the Guelph and Ghibelline contest on triumphalistic historiography, much is made of the Latin vs German heritage, but neither would exist without Greek and Celtic predecessors. Modern globalists make a point to be inclusive of Punic and Saracen "contributions" to Italian identity, but they are as beside the point as Egyptians to the fundamentals of Hellenic genetics, being external populations and not part of ethnogenesis. Perhaps politically correct presentation of Semitic roots is more befitting Malta, but not Italy proper. In that context, Semitic DNA in Italy can readily be labeled Maltese.

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    Thanks for posting. Nothing new but quite interesting. He should have talked more about history and genetics tho'.
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    Eurogenes K13 Mixed Mode Population Sharing:
    1. 63.1% Swedish + 36.9% Spanish_Andalucia @ 2.93

    Dodecad K12b
    1. 87,89% Szolad3 + 12,11% CHV001_Chalmny_Varre_18th-19th @ 1,131
    7. 66.4% Norwegian + 33.6% TSI30 (Metspalu) @ 3.24


     

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