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From: "Greek DNA project" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Jews of northern Greece
Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2008 21:04:55 +0300
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Also this on the same topic :

http://www.ccel.org/s/schaff/encyc/encyc09/htm/ii.xlvii.htm

2008/6/30 Greek DNA project <>:

> Hello Ellen,
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> Also this link about the Philistines :
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> http://faculty.biu.ac.il/~maeira/The%20Philistines/The%20Philistines/Philistines.html<http://faculty.biu.ac.il/%7Emaeira/The%20Philistines/The%20Philistines/Philistines.html>;
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> 2008/6/30 ellen Levy <>:
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>> Costa:
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>> One other group that may have impacted the contemporary Jewish picture (to
>> a greater or lesser extent) is the Philistines. In no way am I proposing
>> that this group is responsible for mtDNA groups like pre-HV among modern-day
>> Jews. Just another often overlooked group that undoubtedly impacted the
>> genetic make-up of the ancient Israelites.
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>> The Aegean Philistines are mentioned over 250 times in the Bible. The
>> archaeological evidence points to significant Philistine settlements along
>> the southern coastal plain of ancient Judea. After a few hundred years, the
>> archaeological evidence suggests that the Philistines are fully assimilated
>> into ancient Israelite society.
>>
>> There are numerous theories of Philistine origins, the two most popular
>> being a western Aegean origin (Greece & Crete) and an eastern Aegean origin
>> (Anatolia or Cyprus).
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>> A great source on these people is Ann Killebrew's book, "Biblical Peoples
>> and Ethnicity."
>>
>> Ellen Coffman
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