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    In link you posted they say: "Origjina e...

    In link you posted they say: "Origjina e Lohjaneve te sotem sillet ne mes asaj te Kucit, Shllakut, e Pultit, rradh edhe nga Plava e Gucia, ndersa nga Gruda thuajse nuk trashegohet asgje. Me sa duket...
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    Its like that in map, but according to various...

    Its like that in map, but according to various registers Lohja was registered together with Reçi. And when Edith Durham visited North Albania she said that Lohja operates under one bajrak:
    "The...
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    I have read this text from zanimalsise, its...

    I have read this text from zanimalsise, its interesting.
    Yes as it can be seen from text i posted from R Elsie book, Lohja was first divided into two bajraks but then together with Reçi tribe united...
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    Information (R. Elsie) about Lohja tribe that...

    Information (R. Elsie) about Lohja tribe that turned out J2-M205>CTS1969>Y22059

    Also interestingly its mentioned that they had lots of interactions with Reçi tribe, and when i look at...
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    I just double checked Arberesh results, its just...

    I just double checked Arberesh results, its just as i said above. Average for Arberesh is 10 % I2a-CTS10228, 10 % R1a-M198, 10 % E1b-M123, 10 % I2a-M223.
    Interestingly they have only 2.7 % of J2b...
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    Hahaha look what this clown wrote here, i knew...

    Hahaha look what this clown wrote here, i knew its because of insecurities and complexes :

    "I may do the y-dna one day but am slightly worried about it because of my surname being...
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    Dude you are like ultra moron and disgrace to...

    Dude you are like ultra moron and disgrace to Albanians. The only reason why i am polite with you its because this is international J2-M205 thread and i dont want to disgrace Albanians in front of...
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    Imperial Rome based on 24 samples from Antonio et...

    Imperial Rome based on 24 samples from Antonio et al:


    29.1 % J2a-M410 7
    20.8 % G2a2 5
    16.6 % J1a 4
    8.3 % R1b 2
    4.1 % J2b-M241 1
    4.1 % J2b-M205 1...
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    Dude you are clueless about genetics. You are...

    Dude you are clueless about genetics. You are also clueless about history giving that in other thread you were asking basic info about Dardani.
    Now you are typing stupidity here which has nothing to...
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    You do understand how stupid this sounds?

    You do understand how stupid this sounds?
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    NP ! This is my humble opinion mostly based on so...

    NP ! This is my humble opinion mostly based on so far given facts.


    Regarding J2-M205 in general and Europe expansion by my opinion most of subclades have spread somewhere in time of 2000 BCE to...
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    Regarding J2b-M205>CTS1969>YP51>Y22075>Y22059*...

    Regarding J2b-M205>CTS1969>YP51>Y22075>Y22059* formed 4900 ybp, TMRCA 1000 ybp.

    So by new discoveries my opinion has changed, most recent common ancestor of Y22059 was most likely Albanian...
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    It would be best to ignore this "person". He is...

    It would be best to ignore this "person". He is most likely a Serb and not Albanian, all maps and links he posted are from Serbian forum and web Poreklo.


    Its strange how Eupedia moderators are...
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    No sample numbers just this info i posted here. ...

    No sample numbers just this info i posted here.

    However we match almost the same samples just you have much closer matches. GD 3.5 and 4.9 are really close matches, i match these same samples so...
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    I guess you have to pay for this. This is...

    I guess you have to pay for this.


    This is best i can get out of free acc:

    1. Central Roman (590 AD) ..... 7.945
    Top
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    % match vs all users
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    Anyways, regarding Albanians, our southern branch...

    Anyways, regarding Albanians, our southern branch has done bigY and uploaded to Yfull recently. Even tho we first thought that its CTS1969 negative according to YSEQ SNP test, after doing FTDNA BigY...
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    This thread is not about ancient Dardani tribe,...

    This thread is not about ancient Dardani tribe, this is third thread where i am reporting you, this time for spam. :)
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    These are not "points on the map", its places and...

    These are not "points on the map", its places and dates where J2-M205 ancient DNA was found. As i already told you ancient DNA is most important when looking at haplogroup origin.
    J2-M205 would be...
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    Also regarding Etruscan J2b-L283, there is no...

    Also regarding Etruscan J2b-L283, there is no doubt that Etruscan J2b-L283 is Dalmatian expansion since they are exactly same branch, therefore most likely arrived with same source, and it had...
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    This just reminded me that i also seen his post...

    This just reminded me that i also seen his post on Serb forum where he says J2-L283 is Neolithic and where he says that Albanians have rushed in theory that J2-L283 spread with IE only based on some...
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    So here is all samples so far, also thanks to...

    So here is all samples so far, also thanks to whoever put them together in excel file.




    SAMPLE ID
    Y-HAPLOGROUP
    DATE
    TERMINAL Y-SNP
    PERIOD/CULTURE
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    Also i forgot haplogroup I1 was pretty much...

    Also i forgot haplogroup I1 was pretty much absent in ancient Romans, but appeared later:



    I1
    400-600 CE
    I-Y7234
    DF29>Z63>BY151>FGC81364>S2078>S2077>Y2245>Y7234
    Late Antiquity
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    Hehe i guess he is right handed towards politics...

    Hehe i guess he is right handed towards politics if he didnt like Stalin : )
    Who knows he probably has some of these G2a samples close. Best would be BigY-700.

    Except BigY test + Yfull upload,...
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    Here is situation within G2a: G2a2a...

    Here is situation within G2a:




    G2a2a
    5607-5485 BCE
    G-Z42565
    PF3147>PF3148>PF3177>L91>Z42565
    Neolithic
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    Absolutely not, as you see i am J haplogroup...

    Absolutely not, as you see i am J haplogroup myself, when i say Imperial Romans had over 50 % of J haplogroup, its a fact that i am proud on : )





    Each of these can be checked in Yfull...
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