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  1. That's very hard to answer, because unlike for...

    That's very hard to answer, because unlike for the Morava-Vardar region, where the Serbian teams have done a great job, I know much too little about how complete the package of the Channelled Ware...
  2. Fluting/channling/cannelure is largely...

    Fluting/channling/cannelure is largely synonymous. Stamped ornamentation is something which developed later, connecting Bosut-Basarabi and Psenichevo-Babadag. Typical are "S"-shaped motifs. Such...
  3. Part of the reason for this is that the actual...

    Part of the reason for this is that the actual regional cultures run by different names and many papers are not in English. To complicate things even more, the regional cultures themselves run by...
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    R-L2 is there and spread already with the Tumulus...

    R-L2 is there and spread already with the Tumulus culture. You can see it coming in before E-V13 - or, alternatively, at the same time, but with a different burial rite (inhumation vs. cremation).
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  5. I considered a fairly late entry of a significant...

    I considered a fairly late entry of a significant part of the CHG ancestry with Neolithic package elements likely, based in the research at the Lower Don and Sea of Azow. However, that doesn't take...
  6. We'll see on which grounds.

    We'll see on which grounds.
  7. What a question. Everybody which can add 2 +2 and...

    What a question. Everybody which can add 2 +2 and knows a bit about the archaeological context has to come to the same conclusion or can't think straight. Its just that Reich & Co. tried to test...
  8. Such a debate doesn't matter. Either his team has...

    Such a debate doesn't matter. Either his team has sufficient sampling of crucial sites or not.

    And I know some stuff much better than he does, you can hear it out when he's talking, he has to...
  9. He definitely knows less about the cultures he is...

    He definitely knows less about the cultures he is talking about. That's something he confessed himself, because about many archaeological problems, he simply has no clue. He also confessed, coming...
  10. Bell Beakers were considered by the "pots not...

    Bell Beakers were considered by the "pots not people" crowd just a "social happening" and "trade network phenomenon". What is the reality? In some regions they eliminated within their sphere nearly...
  11. That comment is ridiculous, because a) Pottery...

    That comment is ridiculous, because
    a) Pottery was far more important at that time, having a meaning for the people which goes far beyond consumption, like tradition, spritiuality, distinction etc....
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    Not really, because its a Bronze to Iron Age...

    Not really, because its a Bronze to Iron Age expansion of huge size. And that just shows. So it's an important information that its E-V13 and not just any E.

    The G being primarily used to...
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    They made a reasonable choice, because it makes...

    They made a reasonable choice, because it makes no sense for the Neolithics to split up too much, and in the later period its more difficult too. Basically, they gave a concrete subclade to those...
  14. Are Germans which have more than 70 percent...

    Are Germans which have more than 70 percent Baltoslavic ancestry still Germanic? I mean that's the kind question you are asking. Obviously they were Thracians, if they identified as Thracian or one...
  15. I have no problem with what you said, just with...

    I have no problem with what you said, just with wrong interpretations which state that E-V13 being associated with Proto-Illyrians instead of Channelled Ware. The problem also comes from the fact...
  16. That's just on one map and its being labelled...

    That's just on one map and its being labelled with a "?". That is not my opinion. More important is the historically attested position of the Illyrians, and this is correct. Also, the very map has...
  17. I'm sticking to the definition of Illyrians I...

    I'm sticking to the definition of Illyrians I learnt and read in all reasonable sources:
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  18. Noua-Sabatinovka-Coslogeni pushed, imho,...

    Noua-Sabatinovka-Coslogeni pushed, imho, Proto-Greeks into the Aegean. They heavily influenced Gáva itself, mainly through the intermediate Wietenberg-Noua fusion in Transylvania. Psenichevo is imho...
  19. That's very true. The North-South positioned...

    That's very true. The North-South positioned changed in many regions much less than the West <-> East one. Just think about the Croatian and some upcoming Serbian BA-IA samples which could plot with...
  20. Let's stick to the facts. Like what is upsetting...

    Let's stick to the facts. Like what is upsetting about Bruzmi is that he misquotes papers the wrong way three times, five times, ten times, always selectively. Like when he quoted Nenova, he pointed...
  21. You are the clown if you don't understand where...

    You are the clown if you don't understand where they were coming from. They might have been there in the historical period, but the main ancestral component and lineage came from North West of...
  22. Illyrians is not Albanians, its more and less tha...

    Illyrians is not Albanians, its more and less tha that at the same time.
    The linguistic and cultural block just has a North Western origin in the Balkans. The historical Illyrians from the current...
  23. I think more important than just North vs South...

    I think more important than just North vs South is what kind of Northern ancestry. Because the Illyrian J-L283 carriers being shifted towards Bell Beakers, from which they clearly got influences...
  24. See, Antiquity, different time frame in the...

    See, Antiquity, different time frame in the 3rd-2nd century BC. By that time, not just Channelled Ware was gone, but their successor-daughter groups too. They all had transformed into new subgroups,...
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    From coming to life to the Bronze Age founding...

    From coming to life to the Bronze Age founding father, there are thousands of years. There have to have been some side branches of E-V13, not just E-L618, but E-V13, regardless how small or...
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