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  1. I have still to look at the lower layer people...

    I have still to look at the lower layer people names and input, it's true. Not so easy, not so many works as for the gentry.
  2. Sorry again: the site I criticize cites names as...

    Sorry again: the site I criticize cites names as of Flemish origin: the contradicting details are of mine (about Cameron, Campbell, Abernethy, Bruce) are based on serious works, among whom, "The...
  3. Sorry: I found this link ...

    Sorry: I found this link
    https://flemish.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/2013/09/27/an-introduction-to-flemish-names-in-scotland/
    I find not too precise.
    example: Cameron: in Lowlands it depends on one...
  4. Concerning Flemish origins in Scotland, I think...

    Concerning Flemish origins in Scotland, I think it had been overrated; as often, in their multifolds genealogies of feudal period, some families put forwards one of their origin now and another...
  5. not really centered on this topic but not without...

    not really centered on this topic but not without interest for it. Maybe it could deserve a dedicated thread?
    thanks to a Eurogenes blogger.

    https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2119281119
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    Y-R1b L21 can be found in Italy and Switzerland...

    Y-R1b L21 can be found in Italy and Switzerland too. I don't think its a migration from West, I prefer to think its the remnants of an older presence on the continent before they were partly swept by...
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    I have not all the clues to give my point (not...

    I have not all the clues to give my point (not read the paper).
    The continental late input similar to IA France (or Gallia) could have more than an origin, I think it is the Angela's point.
    First...
  8. Thread: The Picts

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    'Epidi' doesn't sound too much Gaelic at first...

    'Epidi' doesn't sound too much Gaelic at first hearing. something like 'ep(-os)' root? not 'ec' ('each': horse).
    Concerning old ethnies descriptions by ancients, let's be sceptical a bit. But at IA...
  9. Thread: The Picts

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    the filiation Pritane > Britannia is debated by...

    the filiation Pritane > Britannia is debated by someones; a theory proposes a crossing between two origines, Pritane/i on a side and Brittia > Brittone (= Briktia: in link with the tatooing concept?...
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    I agree that ABO system does not give us too much...

    I agree that ABO system does not give us too much clues about our recent ancestry.
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    Every hypothesis may be taken in account. But...

    Every hypothesis may be taken in account. But whatever their statute around eastern Central Europe, the Celtic dialects have been used to name the toponymy allover western Europe, since Bavaria and...
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    Wikipedia about Galatians: For several years, a...

    Wikipedia about Galatians:
    For several years, a federation of Hellespontine cities, including Byzantion and Chalkedon, prevented the Celts from entering Asia Minor.[4][1] During the course of the...
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    Sorry Torzio, I mesunderstood the direction of...

    Sorry Torzio, I mesunderstood the direction of your post to Yetos.

    some points of my thinking.
    Most of scholars link La Tène to western Hallstatt culture. It seems there had not been big moves...
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    What kind of potential results?

    What kind of potential results?
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    No, nothing about that. I was just evoking the...

    No, nothing about that. I was just evoking the genesis of former Greeks and a possible element came later than Mycenians, speaking a close enough but slightly different language. I have no serious...
  16. Tallness has nothing to do with long or short...

    Tallness has nothing to do with long or short limbs, or so few... (only a very slight mechanical link non-genetical but in response to mesological individual influences); a common feature (not the...
  17. Yes, but I'm short here. evidently, the surnames...

    Yes, but I'm short here.
    evidently, the surnames Fleming, Bremner ('brabender') speak by themselves.
    I heard some of the Flemings came from French speaking areas of Flanders, so their names were...
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    I found a paper by him about Balkans but I can no...

    I found a paper by him about Balkans but I can no more put my hand on it. I crossread it and didn't found to much details about Greece formation. I'll try to find it back, but it isn't the present...
  19. Broadly understood, it would show Picts of High...

    Broadly understood, it would show Picts of High Middle Ages were akin enough to IA British before Romans and Saxons. Not too surprising, I think. I don't know enough about Scotland history to can...
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    I'm sure you would say 'upstream' here.

    I'm sure you would say 'upstream' here.
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    Georgiev's approach? I'm not so knowledged. About...

    Georgiev's approach? I'm not so knowledged. About Greece or Glauberg?
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    Hellenic Greece could have been finally...

    Hellenic Greece could have been finally constitued by more than a "wave" of peopling. But it's only a suggestion of mine, based on this phonetic evolution shared by more than a IE family, and I have...
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    Besides, this could question the one-step concept...

    Besides, this could question the one-step concept of the Greeks ethnic synthesis.
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    It's Keltoi who was western (Phocea contacts);...

    It's Keltoi who was western (Phocea contacts); Galati whatever the dates were the ones who get eastwards around Balkans, so maybe later. That said, scholars didn't too much differences concerning...
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    Sorry: not Sw- but Qw- to P- !!! I shall...

    Sorry: not Sw- but Qw- to P- !!!


    I shall not stay too long time about the Csabo Barnabas Horvath 's paper ("Redefining Pre-Indo-European Languages Families" 2019) stating that Y-R1b-L51 BB's...
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