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    I doubt Hammond just made it up, he must have had...

    I doubt Hammond just made it up, he must have had a reliable source for his claim, either indirectly or directly. Either way a connection between Enchelei and Dardanii makes sense on material culture...
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    I am not corresponding with him in private, don't...

    I am not corresponding with him in private, don't make things out of your mind. It's a reasonable conclusion if we consider the differences in burial rites in Early Iron Age. Make a comparison...
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    I am considering to incline a similar view as...

    I am considering to incline a similar view as Aspurg lately.

    The likes of Enchelei whose burial rituals were cremation on a pyre were the earliest "Illyrian" state from Early Iron Age, and as we...
  4. I have never had a particular interest into this...

    I have never had a particular interest into this subclades, especially after Justinian Plague and then Slavic migrations, obviously there was a huge decline and reducement in diversity and then they...
  5. I have read this long time ago, North Albania is...

    I have read this long time ago, North Albania is synonymous with Ghegs. It was ravaged and unfortunately we lost a lot of our brethren and then again the surviving ones repopulated latter. The...
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    I don't know the population affiliation of Log02,...

    I don't know the population affiliation of Log02, it was during MBA, it could very likely be Proto-Greek, or Proto-Illyrian-like (not neccessarily Proto-Illyrian), or Proto-Thracian-like as well. Who...
  7. It's less than the Hotu if i remember correctly....

    It's less than the Hotu if i remember correctly. 45-50% which i find it quite interesting. I would expect Basal Eurasian percentage to peak more in South.
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    If Riverman is right on his assumption, and he...

    If Riverman is right on his assumption, and he links the E-V13 with the blacksmiths and metal-workers of Carpathian Mountains then it's really hard to pinpoint to which ancient population it...
  9. I pretty much doubt it, and this paper is an...

    I pretty much doubt it, and this paper is an attest of why i say so, chert mining was a crucial activity that has been doing during Paleolithic Egypt, the first among human beings:
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  10. ANA was definitely the autosomal of Y-DNA E and...

    ANA was definitely the autosomal of Y-DNA E and specifically E-M35, they started dilluting by mixing with Basal Eurasians and Dzudzuana, this is apparent on becoming more petite and...
  11. Makes sense, but i am wondering what does...

    Makes sense, but i am wondering what does Dzudzuana represent as an autosomal component, a basal to others or compound? Let's say 70% UHG (Unknown Hunter Gatherer) + 30% Basal Eurasian?
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    What about your maternal side, is their recorded...

    What about your maternal side, is their recorded ancestry Greek?
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    We have discussed before, it's the movement of...

    We have discussed before, it's the movement of Danube people within inner Balkans mostly during Late Bronze Age, this movement shaped and heavily influenced Greece as well.

    What was their ethnic...
  14. But Dzudzuana has Basal Eurasian influence?...

    But Dzudzuana has Basal Eurasian influence? Because i am confused at this part.
  15. I guess those BT/CT should be E-M35. Half natural...

    I guess those BT/CT should be E-M35. Half natural causes, half the reason of J1 spread. But J1 spread and dominance must have happened after they acquired Afro-Asiatic speech. So they must have arose...
  16. I don't know, let's see. Usually from what i have...

    I don't know, let's see. Usually from what i have read old German archeologists favored Hugelgraberkultur/Tumulus Grave Culture from the Alps whom they migrated in Carpathians and latter in the...
  17. So, you think Southern Illyrians could have had...

    So, you think Southern Illyrians could have had J2a in their ranks, atleast ~5-10%?
  18. All of those unclassified BT/CT are probably...

    All of those unclassified BT/CT are probably E-M35, so PPNB were likely ~60-70% E-M35.
  19. You can think whatever you want. I am not anyones...

    You can think whatever you want. I am not anyones ambassador, i represent myself only. I love reading about ancient history. And ancient DNA is proving people wrong on their previous assumptions...
  20. I agree with you. He is indirectly hinting that...

    I agree with you. He is indirectly hinting that Albanians are insecure, not realizing that before this DNA test peaking people were targeting Albanians with various crazy theories until they are...
  21. It must be due to convergent evolution, North...

    It must be due to convergent evolution, North Africa of Paleolithic/Mesolithic climate was like South Europe of today. Add also the more Eurasian autosomal DNA they acquired through female line (...
  22. I agree with Jovialis, i would assume Ancient...

    I agree with Jovialis, i would assume Ancient Egyptians depictions to be the last Natufian-like phenotypes we see.
  23. Matzinger will soon publish a book on Illyrians:...

    Matzinger will soon publish a book on Illyrians: https://www.morawa.at/detail/ISBN-9783170377097/Lippert-Andreas/Die-Illyrer

    I am curious to know what he consider as ancestral cultural group to...
  24. Not really reliable, it's an amateurish attempt,...

    Not really reliable, it's an amateurish attempt, especially the shinny Latino hairstyle and goatee lol.

    Iberomaurusians were noted in all accounts to be the most robust Paleolithic/Mesolithic...
  25. Yes, that looks to be true, Gravettians look to...

    Yes, that looks to be true, Gravettians look to have been quite tall which is interesting, in comparison with Iberomaurusuians they were more slender, so it seems they were a very tall and slender...
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