Eupedia Forums
Site NavigationEupedia Top > Eupedia Forum & Japan Forum

Search:

Type: Posts; User: TaktikatEMalet

Page 1 of 3 1 2 3

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Replies
    458
    Views
    100,604

    This is wrong, if v13 was a minor lineage amongst...

    This is wrong, if v13 was a minor lineage amongst integrated central European civilization then how is it a major balkan y dna today? They either were the major civilization in Central Europe OR were...
  2. Replies
    1,087
    Views
    449,277

    Look at r1b some strong regions in Spain,...

    Look at r1b some strong regions in Spain, Portugal or even France/Switzerland. Most people there look like South Europeans or darker toned

    It is only regions with bigger amounts of i1 in Germany,...
  3. Replies
    1,087
    Views
    449,277

    Haplogroups play big role in autosomal dna, not...

    Haplogroups play big role in autosomal dna, not sure what your point is.

    A country or even better a city/town is made up from all the different y dna that has remained there giving them the skin...
  4. Replies
    192
    Views
    101,740

    [QUOTE=DuPidh;615371] Nothing wrong with him...

    [QUOTE=DuPidh;615371]

    Nothing wrong with him being Serb, leave that nonsense out

    It isn't Serbs who helped make Balkans poor, you know who did that
  5. Replies
    1,087
    Views
    449,277

    Well, most albanians aren't "wogs" and I'm sure...

    Well, most albanians aren't "wogs" and I'm sure there are plenty greeks too. Do they also call Italians, Spanish, Portuguese and Serbs wogs for being darker tone?

    A lot of northern people look...
  6. Replies
    458
    Views
    100,604

    What are the chances that i1 spread alongside v13...

    What are the chances that i1 spread alongside v13 in Balkans/South Europe?
  7. Many different ways, looking at known historical...

    Many different ways, looking at known historical events -

    1. Romans who may have carried small amounts of J1 (maybe phoenician?), there is also over 6% of Roman R1b U152 in England along with...
  8. Replies
    458
    Views
    100,604

    No but it means a significant amount settled...

    No but it means a significant amount settled there at one point in time
  9. Replies
    587
    Views
    77,842

    This could be true and a lot of these were taken...

    This could be true and a lot of these were taken by romans to join their army, could be why slavs were able to move in to that land quite easily

    But my point was that illyrians had already moved...
  10. Replies
    587
    Views
    77,842

    It could be that Urnfield became known as...

    It could be that Urnfield became known as "illyrians" later on by the Greeks OR illyrians were in balkans before reported years but didn't have a big united tribe until later on as is the case with...
  11. Replies
    587
    Views
    77,842

    I have had this thought before which may explain...

    I have had this thought before which may explain the greater amount of j2b l283 in north albanians (dardani were usually north east of illyrians geographically although they were classified as an...
  12. Replies
    1,087
    Views
    449,277

    That is true, Greek mythology is well known...

    That is true, Greek mythology is well known around the world. They even make video games based on it

    Israel is famous for similar reason, mostly Jesus
  13. Replies
    1,087
    Views
    449,277

    I can't speak for other countries but albanians...

    I can't speak for other countries but albanians only have pride in being albanian
  14. Replies
    192
    Views
    101,740

    R1a is mostly Slavic, in balkans we can see which...

    R1a is mostly Slavic, in balkans we can see which R1a clades were spread by slavs from 7th century.

    However, there is some different R1a that could be pre Slavic (likely German) and an even...
  15. Replies
    335
    Views
    141,497

    Is T likely to have been spread by Phoenicians?...

    Is T likely to have been spread by Phoenicians? Or at least T1a2

    Which other y dna would they have belonged to in addition to this?
  16. R1b-u152 is generally accepted to have spread by...

    R1b-u152 is generally accepted to have spread by the Romans

    https://i.pinimg.com/474x/14/70/62/147062ea098407b60edde240453d8ce7.jpg

    It has a ratio of over 6% in England, likely a similar figure...
  17. Replies
    587
    Views
    77,842

    It is very difficult to place who belongs to what...

    It is very difficult to place who belongs to what without more ancient y dna, which y dna have been found in Urnfield culture so far?

    According to modern y dna j2b l283 is more northern than j2as...
  18. Replies
    587
    Views
    77,842

    One example of why some v13 or l283 (the topic in...

    One example of why some v13 or l283 (the topic in discussion) may be found in BC Italy (or Rome even)

    "By decision of the Senate, Gentius and his family were sent to Spoletum, to be kept under...
  19. Replies
    587
    Views
    77,842

    Do any of their dates go back 2100 years? If yes,...

    Do any of their dates go back 2100 years? If yes, then we can confirm that some v13 in England had nothing to do with Romans. First invasions/wars started around 50 BC
  20. Replies
    587
    Views
    77,842

    I meant North of balkans like Germany. V13 Z5018...

    I meant North of balkans like Germany.
    V13 Z5018 is MUCH more frequent in balkans than England so of course it could have came from there especially with the history of romans.

    How can you...
  21. Replies
    587
    Views
    77,842

    Maybe but from which direction did they come...

    Maybe but from which direction did they come from? And they didn't come as just pure e-v13. If they came from the north/germany it is possible they had i1 too
  22. Replies
    587
    Views
    77,842

    What are the percentages of each r1b subclades in...

    What are the percentages of each r1b subclades in italy. You can't group them all together so there is still diversity among the r1b just like there is a lot of diversity in England with many...
  23. Replies
    34
    Views
    13,369

    There are a few theories for why it was found in...

    There are a few theories for why it was found in 700BC Rome, the ancient Greeks inhabited south Italy at this point and were "rivals" to the Etruscans who were further north (Rome), though I don't...
  24. Replies
    34
    Views
    13,369

    Impossible J2a and j2b l283 are opposites....

    Impossible

    J2a and j2b l283 are opposites. Areas with strong j2b l283 have little to no j2a (check out north Albania & Kosova)

    J2b L283 doesn't have much to do with Italy, though it was likely...
  25. Replies
    2
    Views
    395

    Looking at kosova vs greece (football match) it...

    Looking at kosova vs greece (football match) it looks like j2a is most likely persian and I think ottoman spread it in some parts of balkans too (Turkey mostly & Greece/Bulgaria along with j1 which...
Results 1 to 25 of 56
Page 1 of 3 1 2 3