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    Shouldn't we expect some more "northern" signs in...

    Shouldn't we expect some more "northern" signs in their autosomal as well then?



    Any post-Illyrian population that survived by the time of the arrival of the Slavs was probably nowhere near as...
  2. Hi, Just a little heads up. The general...

    Hi,

    Just a little heads up. The general consensus of non-Albanians is that Albanians must have borrowed the plis from Greeks or Latins. That of course doesn't make it true.

    I am curious since...
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    I don't know where you're getting this but most...

    I don't know where you're getting this but most Albanians (70%+) are born with blonde hair that tends to turn dirty blonde to brown when they grow up, just like OP.
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    Hi, There seems to be an Arbereshe in the...

    Hi,

    There seems to be an Arbereshe in the Albanian project belonging to the PH1246 cluster.
  5. The difference between Macedonians and Greeks is...

    The difference between Macedonians and Greeks is made very clear by Polybius in Book XXVII 10:

    "What happened in the case of Perseus in regard to the feeling of the multitude was very similar to...
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    Hi, Can you provide the name or a link to the...

    Hi,

    Can you provide the name or a link to the study with the three Z38456+ Greeks please?

    Thanks
  7. Thread: Hitler's Y-DNA?

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    I think there are sick people with every...

    I think there are sick people with every haplogroup. Not to mention there are women who are sick and have no Y chromosome at all. I do believe certain traits may be programmed in the Y Chromosome,...
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    Lol I think you may have had some trouble...

    Lol I think you may have had some trouble understanding that I did refer a work to you and did admit that my original post was a hyperbole :). Albanian couldn't have come from Thracian, in my...
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    This is not about noun declensions or compounds...

    This is not about noun declensions or compounds :facepalm:. Your examples are simple normal changes that happen with different dialects and far from my example. I.e. in Albanian "I am going" - "Tu...
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    As for the Dacian theory, that is a little more...

    As for the Dacian theory, that is a little more complicated to assess right now and I won't completely rule it out since that language is nearly extinct. As far as I am concerned, the signs do seem...
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    I understood exactly what you said but I am not...

    I understood exactly what you said but I am not sure you understand I am talking about a fundamental structural rule of the Albanian and not some superficial sidefeature that can change over time....
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    It actually is proof that the Albanian language...

    It actually is proof that the Albanian language and the Thracian language had different rules. Good enough for Noel Malcolm if not you ;). How Latin may have applied names doesn't translate to how...
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    Balkan Linguistics

    The now contemporary Serb idea that Albanians came from Thracians is flawed and silly. Linguistically it has been proven that Albanian couldn't have come from Thracian. The "Bessi" clan or other...
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