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What are you talking about? Are you really this delusional?
Originally Posted by Neander
Firstly, I should address the point you made. With respect to Illyrians, the inhabitant haplogroups were there thousands of years prior to "Illyria." So, I would assume a mixture of E1b1b and I2a2, with E1b1b relagated to a few Illyria tribes in the south. I would assume the Illyria's north of Albania to be I2a2 with a very high concentration in Hercegovina. Most Illyrian tribes would be I2a2. The Illyrian tribes that came in contact with Greeks would probably be E1b1b and I2a2. The cultural capital of Illyria was Stolac, Hercogina - this haplogroup would most definitely be I2a2.
Secondly, the Dinaric Alps constitute a much broader area from Albania to Slovenia. The haplogroup with the highest frequency is I2a2. E1b1b is regulated to Albania.
Please show evidence that the E1b1b has the cephalic index of 88 and I2a2 of 86. This is pure speculation and nonsense. If you got this from a cephalic index map, it is hardly a measure of haplogroup correlation with cephalic index. You continue to make things up.
Thirdly, the fact that I2a2 is found in slavic countries has nothing to do with the the highest frequency being found among the Dinaric Alps. This is more attest to gene flow from the Dinaric Alps into slavic countries. E1b1b does not show the same gene flow, so, one would assume it's not as fit for the climate as I2a2 is.
Everything you have posted about this is rhetoric that is fancied in a way that you draw erroneous inferences from presumptions.