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    too many that match me Luigi Caus Birth Nov 20...

    too many that match me
    Luigi Caus
    Birth Nov 20 1864 - Caneva, Pordenone, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Itália
    Death Dec 11 1932 - Porto Feliz, São Paulo, Brasil
    Parents Giovanni Caus, Lucia Caus...
  2. they should call it Adriatic Cetina culture ...

    they should call it
    Adriatic Cetina culture


    in the Early Bronze Age (Cetina culture: Ervenik, Podvršje − Matakov brig, Nadin, Krneza − Duševića glavica), in the Early Iron Age (Nadin, mound...
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    keep getting links with the Caus/Cauz family in...

    keep getting links with the Caus/Cauz family in Brazil .............origins italy

    Antichissima famiglia originaria di Venezia. Uno dei suoi rappresentanti fu eletto a doge tra il 756 e il 757. Di...
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    I have v3 version I do not have haplogroups...

    I have v3 version

    I do not have haplogroups in the filter...have

    notifications
    profiles
    mother/father side
    ancestor birthplaces
    connections
    family names
  5. Cetina culture is all over the adriatic ...paper...

    Cetina culture is all over the adriatic ...paper from 2018 below
    ...
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    I have zero...unless I am looking in the wrong...

    I have zero...unless I am looking in the wrong place
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    post 535 + 551 results below Distance...

    post 535 + 551

    results below

    Distance to: Torziok12b
    4.82277928 CL23_Collegno_Italy_Longobard_Kingdom
    10.29711610 SZ36_Longobard_Migration_Hungary
    13.60258064 R120_Late_Antiquity_Rome...
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    https://i.postimg.cc/rmGnfR7S/nov-2022.png...

    https://i.postimg.cc/rmGnfR7S/nov-2022.png
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    snp tracker also splits T-CTS1848 heading to old...

    snp tracker also splits T-CTS1848 heading to old southern East Germany in the bronze-age
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    SNP Tracker as of 27 november has T-SK1480 as...

    SNP Tracker as of 27 november has T-SK1480 as being in Trieste in the bronze age
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    it was always a weird study ..............they...

    it was always a weird study ..............they left out all the Adriatic side Italians except for the Salento peninsula ( heel of italy )
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    new info with narrative ...

    new info with narrative

    https://phylogeographer.com/j2b-l283/
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    no, not true.......they have less than 10%...

    no, not true.......they have less than 10% ...........there seems to be only 2 tribes in current Albanian , Labeatae and Taulantii ( which resided both north of Durres )

    the non slavic populace of...
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    names of tribes was basically linguistic...

    names of tribes was basically linguistic based......if it was a ruler, then did the tribal name change for every new ruler ! ..............language division was the only way on why a tribe was named...
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    The naming of tribes in the ancient world up to...

    The naming of tribes in the ancient world up to medieval times was based the language differences that had with each other ...........Dalmatians and Liburnian, Japodes, Venetic, Ligurian , etruscans...
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    @salento this will make you happy SION...

    @salento

    this will make you happy

    SION surname in majority is in puglia

    https://www.cognomix.it/origine-cognome/sion.php
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    The Sion line goes back to Valerien Sion born...

    The Sion line goes back to

    Valerien Sion born ? .......married Catherine Mallet in 1635 in Camphin En Carembault, 59133, Nord, FRANCE

    had a son named Philippe who married on 2 May 1703,...
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    this is my unknown match ...

    this is my unknown match

    https://i.postimg.cc/g0vQMknJ/sion.png

    he is

    IN68942 Unknown Origin T-Y79536
    in
    https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Hordouille-Hericourt?iframe=yresults
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    if you are positive for Y79536 , then that is...

    if you are positive for Y79536 , then that is your marker .............if you are not positive then its Sk1480

    Yfull does not use Y79536 ............so that is what is confusing

    You cannot be...
  20. There is no difference between a language and a...

    There is no difference between a language and a dialect except the language has a government and before it had a government this language was a dialect

    South tyrol "germanic " is as you stated an...
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    it has been centuries and they cannot find...

    it has been centuries and they cannot find illyrian language...because there was no illyrian language...all tribes under the geographical term "illyrian" spoke a different language.......we have seen...
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    i am negative for the same one Is this to...

    i am negative for the same one

    Is this to confirm that you are not aligned with the ukraine guy .......whose father was polish from the german stettin area of poland ..................their...
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    from the T project team on my new Y79536 ...

    from the T project team on my new Y79536

    Y79536 was previously an equivalent to SK1480 , it still is on Discover which is a week behind the live FTDNA tree.
    Bernard Kohout is SK1480+ but Y79536-...
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    i stated more than 2 years ago that ancient...

    i stated more than 2 years ago that ancient albanians are originally Dardanian people, followed closely by Paeonians and a distant 3rd are Epirotes ( chaones more than molossians epirotes)

    there...
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    ( chimpin ) that's correct......Knuckle Scrapers...

    ( chimpin ) that's correct......Knuckle Scrapers ............as they walk
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