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    I don't agree or disagree with you on this,...

    I don't agree or disagree with you on this, Pannonian-Illyrians are a bit problematic issue, perhaps some authors knew what they were writing in that not all Illyrians defined might be a single...
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkJjhF3i7VQ

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkJjhF3i7VQ
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    I am pretty sure a Greek writer (perhaps...

    I am pretty sure a Greek writer (perhaps Thucydides but i don't insist) from classical time wrote that the Celts were largest group in Europe, it makes sense considering their geographic spread.
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    Here, zoomed... https://i.imgur.com/lwDD2LL.png

    Here, zoomed...

    https://i.imgur.com/lwDD2LL.png
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    Thycidides (or someone else, perhaps i am...

    Thycidides (or someone else, perhaps i am mistaking the author, INS) stated that Celts were the biggest nation in Europe which IMO makes sense since they occupied literally most of Central and...
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    My mistake, the 2 Himeran samples are in the...

    My mistake, the 2 Himeran samples are in the reddest surface of your plot, and on ph2er map they plot just more inland Western Balkans. So, i assumed you are talking about them. I noted in the...
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    I think we have gone through it several times,...

    I think we have gone through it several times, the actual paper states that those two E-V13 Himerans are between Balkans (IMO, Illyrian-like but slightly leaning toward Thracians) and Central...
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    Now an article regarding the high occurrence of...

    Now an article regarding the high occurrence of E-V13 during Early Iron Age in South-East Bulgaria, an article by Alexey Gotzev, translated by Darina Valceva.

    DECORATION OF THE EARLY IRON AGE...
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    In previous page i shared this article in German:...

    In previous page i shared this article in German: https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/41672-To-burn-or-not-to-burn-LBA-EIA-Balkan-case/page30?p=662076&viewfull=1#post662076

    Possible source for...
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    An article from German archaeologist from Berlin...

    An article from German archaeologist from Berlin Dr Nicholaus Boroffka. Needs to be google translated.
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    I also realized that a new sample from Hungary...

    I also realized that a new sample from Hungary with FGC33621 to whom Berisha-Sop belongs has appeared in yfull: https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-FGC33614/

    This adds to the already present diversity in...
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    Well, Vlad Tepes was almost literally insane and...

    Well, Vlad Tepes was almost literally insane and a psychopath, he wasn't such political figure as Hunyadi or Skanderbeg, but he was for sure more terrifying than both of them on the field. Turks and...
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    Ok, so the reason he thinks the Bassarab were:...

    Ok, so the reason he thinks the Bassarab were: https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-Y160670/ is that some branches from Moldova, have exactly the same subclade as the Bassarab branches from Romania:...
  14. I am just reading some interesting paper from...

    I am just reading some interesting paper from Romanian scholars regarding South-East Bulgarian EIA, Psenicevo and surroundings where E-V13 was found. They make it quite clear it's an intrusive...
  15. Notice in this archaeological picture of Western...

    Notice in this archaeological picture of Western Romania the inter-related cultures, so called Balkan-Carpathian, Stamped and Grooved (meaning channeled) or Channeled-Ware. Trying to avoid to be...
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    Can't believe i didn't watch before The Big...

    Can't believe i didn't watch before The Big Lebowski. Atleast i cannot remember it fully watching it.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cd-go0oBF4Y

    His Dudeness itself: The Dude, El Duderino,...
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    Don't get me started, you have a beautifully set...

    Don't get me started, you have a beautifully set book from 2021 named Der Illyrer, the authors were cursed, insulted and crucified like it came from some superstitious cult members.

    If you think...
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    He has all rights to post whatever theory he...

    He has all rights to post whatever theory he wants and he thinks it's right. He didn't monopolize the hypothesis. What's wrong is you guys chimpin around.
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    Why do you get so emotional if E-V13...

    Why do you get so emotional if E-V13 "Proto-Albanian" gets mentioned? It's a viable option, right now much more than R1b-Z2705 or J2b2-L283 if you ask me. But, at the moment i would say books are...
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    That's true. Unless we dig the bones we don't...

    That's true. Unless we dig the bones we don't know. I am interested why Farroukh considers the E-V13 Z17107 subclade as the Bassarab lineage. But i consider him as reliable person, same as Maciamo....
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    As can i see, the thing with Vlachs is that when...

    As can i see, the thing with Vlachs is that when they were formed as a group they were quite diverse on patrilieages. Not pure Daco-Thracian.

    I assume same Paleo-Balkanic stock as Thracians and...
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    John Hunyady one of the most famous Ottoman...

    John Hunyady one of the most famous Ottoman invasion resistants was E-V13 Z5017, interesting that he shares the subclade with Skanderbeg, and quite likely Vlad Tepes Dracula (Farroukh posted...
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    I am pretty sure you already know the answers...

    I am pretty sure you already know the answers hence your question is rhetoric.

    Central Balkans as in Dardania, Paeonia. Along the lines.

    Prominent Albanologist, Joachim Matzinger of course.
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    And quote me where i said that? I said Albanians...

    And quote me where i said that? I said Albanians can be descended from more than 1 Paleo-Balkan people. I didn't said Albanian is descended from Thracian language.

    You have the most prominent...
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    So, from Anatolian migrants theory now to Vlachs?...

    So, from Anatolian migrants theory now to Vlachs?

    Here is the Y-DNA picture of vlachs. There is a lot of R1b and J2a among them, far more than E-V13.

    https://i.imgur.com/93WjxeB.png

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