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  1. Thread: E-a24066

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    @Aspurg I remember you advocated Cuman and...

    @Aspurg

    I remember you advocated Cuman and other Turkic heritage of your line.
    Someone who is apparently very knowledgeable and enthusiastic like you should have picked up by now that your...
  2. Agree Agree as well Ok, the Dorians are...

    Agree

    Agree as well



    Ok, the Dorians are an enigmatic puzzle.
    I agree that E-V13 in Greece has much to do with post BA collapse and since those Dorians are only mention after this post BA...
  3. @Riverman I guess you replied to my post...

    @Riverman
    I guess you replied to my post although you haven't quoted me.
    Actually we have lot more DNA of ancient Greeks than we do for any kind of other ancient Balkan people. For example, the...
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    So close to a Mycenaean? It looks bogus... ...

    So close to a Mycenaean?
    It looks bogus...

    https://i.postimg.cc/3J3LkS7V/Screenshot-20200404-102837-Samsung-Internet.jpg...
  5. The creek is clearly doing what creeks do all the...

    The creek is clearly doing what creeks do all the time.

    Trying to make Arbereshe something distinct from Albanians, of course is nothing new in his country.
    He doesn't understand that having...
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    Poll: And what does that have to do with the thread at...

    And what does that have to do with the thread at all??
    By the way, how could we know if the Albanians are native to their current habitat instead of Dacia for example?
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    There is no evidence for what you are saying but...

    There is no evidence for what you are saying but there is a lot of evidence that E-V13 and the direct ancestor of all E-V13'S today lived in the Neolithic Cucuteni-Trypillian culture.
    And these guys...
  8. Thread: Macedonians

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    Yeah, many fanatics don't understand, however the...

    Yeah, many fanatics don't understand, however the term Macedonia was first applied in the 19th century by the Greek priests and clerics after the abolishment of the Ohrid archbishopric in order to...
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    Well yeah. there are similarities with the...

    Well yeah. there are similarities with the Albanian language as well especially when it comes to the grammar.
    Check this out: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balkan_sprachbund

    As for CTS9320, it's...
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    You probably mean of a subclade of E-V13 with...

    You probably mean of a subclade of E-V13 with Poles, Russians, Serbs, Bulgarians etc. on it for a clear Slavic marker?
    I wasn't thinking about that and we probably won't find many such branches...
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    So many bottlenecks with a TMRCA in early...

    So many bottlenecks with a TMRCA in early Medieval? Strange coincidence...



    I was referring to this: http://www.open-genomes.org/analysis/E-M35/E-M35_ancient_DNA_on_the_YFull_6.01_tree.html
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    Thanks for the information about the word...

    Thanks for the information about the word 'shkja'.
    Anyway, to answer some of your questions...

    Many of the clades under E in the Balkans show a common TMRCA in the early Medieval and also under...
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    I was thinking about the same for a while and I...

    I was thinking about the same for a while and I think your thinking is not far from the truth...
    This particular subclade(but not only this one) looks like it might have to do a lot of things with...
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    Yes, I am aware of the similarities between...

    Yes, I am aware of the similarities between Albanian and Aromanian. Also as I said already "Dada" and "Ghiush" means Grandmother and Grandfather in Aromanian language. This coupled with the Aromanian...
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    I generally agree with you but I need to give...

    I generally agree with you but I need to give some clarification about some things in your post since you mentioned me indirectly in your post and also about this "serb" guy!

    First, neither me nor...
  16. I think there are many wrong conclusions made out...

    I think there are many wrong conclusions made out in this paper...

    First of all, at first I was happy and thought there will be some new ancient and medieval Balkan samples but there were none and...
  17. Thread: Macedonians

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    There is no consensus among the historians what...

    There is no consensus among the historians what does the name Makedon mean although many tend to connect everything to Greek...
    Makedon may very well come and be distorted version of the word...
  18. Thread: Macedonians

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    I have no problem calling an Albanian bro trust...

    I have no problem calling an Albanian bro trust me and I mean it...

    I have met many Albanians and most of them are very loyal and trustworthy and can easily make a business with them without...
  19. Thread: Macedonians

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    https://i.postimg.cc/ncjgBhZx/Macedonia-ad400.png...

    https://i.postimg.cc/ncjgBhZx/Macedonia-ad400.png

    This is Roman Macedonia 400 AD and by the looks of the map, more than a half of today's North Macedonia belongs to it, mostly in Macedonia...
  20. Thread: Macedonians

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    I am not willing replying to everything you wrote...

    I am not willing replying to everything you wrote because some of it is a pure propaganda and non important things which have nothing to do with what i wrote previously.



    Well, this is your...
  21. Thread: Macedonians

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    Any sources for the bolded part? Because from...

    Any sources for the bolded part?

    Because from what I have read from ancient writers, the ancient Macedonians were described as descendants of Brygians, Bryges(Thracians) as per Herodotus...
    ...
  22. Thread: Macedonians

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    Most Macedonians today have some ancestry from...

    Most Macedonians today have some ancestry from Makedonia which is now in Greece so I don't get what you mean by having a real Makedonian blood or Paeonian...

    These maps represent the real...
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    Thanks for your reply! I always value your...

    Thanks for your reply!

    I always value your opinion, either here or on other forums, you seem like a reasonable and smart poster!
    You also got my point which the other users and "experts" failed...
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    Why is that when someone who is from a Balkan...

    Why is that when someone who is from a Balkan ethnic background which I already understand isn't very preferable on this forum, gives his view about something, in this case the Peloponnesian paper...
  25. Thread: Macedonians

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    If the ancient Macedonians were Hellenized, than...

    If the ancient Macedonians were Hellenized, than there is no point of discussing whether they were originally Greeks or not since they became Greeks and were spreading Hellenism!

    Why is that some...
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