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    ''The three main Mediterranean
    islands studied show evidence of different patterns
    of human peopling, with Corsica and Sicily
    closely associated with neighboring continental populations,
    while Sardinia shows a marked feature of
    isolation, with some possible ancient contact with
    the Iberian Peninsula.''


    “Peopling of Three Mediterranean Islands (Corsica, Sardinia, and Sicily) Inferred by Y-Chromosome Biallelic Variability”
    Francalacci, P., Morelli, L., Underhill, P. A., Lillie, A. S., Passarino, G., Useli, A., Madeddu, R., Paoli, G., Tofanelli, S., Calo, C. M., Ghiani, M. E., Varesi, L., Memmi, M., Vona, G., Lin, A. A., Oefner, P., Cavalli-Sforza, L. L.

    American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2003, volume 121, pages 270-279

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    That Sardinian subpopulation consists of the Balares, from Majorca and Minorca. Sardinians were one of the Sea Peoples, along with Palestinians.

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