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    Have you been walking through desert? You need to...

    Have you been walking through desert? You need to se a MD for hallucinations you seem to be having. I haven't been logged in here in weeks.

    There is hardly someone with so many internet posts...
  2. Those tested are from MBA Dalmatia and N.Albania....

    Those tested are from MBA Dalmatia and N.Albania. E-V13 was probably stronger in Southern Albania, south of Shkumbin river where a strong non-Illyrian population lived prior to their Illyrisation in...
  3. Germanic autosomal admixture in Albanians is low,...

    Germanic autosomal admixture in Albanians is low, it is low in all the Balkans. Albanians have 25 % of Slavic autosomal admixture. Slavic admixed Albanians do not cluster autosomally with Illyrians,...
  4. Well those Roman accounts have to be taken with a...

    Well those Roman accounts have to be taken with a reserve, and partly they expressed the relation of a people in comparison to Romans. Romans also mentioned Illyrians as tall. It may be that...
  5. Northern Italians have plenty of blue eyes and...

    Northern Italians have plenty of blue eyes and they are very close to Illyrians. It's impossible they didnt have plenty. Besides, plenty of Albanians have blue eyes, so I don't understand your point...
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    That is one of studies. There are 8 overall. ...

    That is one of studies. There are 8 overall.



    I never said they did as obviously I mentioned the Basarabi culture. But your double digit-IQ which is rampant in Albania and around the Balkans...
  7. No they were not. They may have had hint of it,...

    No they were not. They may have had hint of it, but Thracians were by anthropological material mostly Mediterranean and very different to some of their neighbors. What some accounts say is secondary...
  8. E-V13/E-L618 in Neolithic was likely confined to...

    E-V13/E-L618 in Neolithic was likely confined to Dalmatian coast until the EBA. And the only Neolithic E-L618 find comes from there. E-V13 is obviously Cardial related (with E-V13 Spanish Cardial...
  9. And of course in EBA Anatolian autosomal profile...

    And of course in EBA Anatolian autosomal profile was totally different from the Neolithic one Albanians and other Southern Euros cluster with. J2a expansion brought more CHG, IN ancestry so had E-v13...
  10. Bessian language is attested as alive in 5th...

    Bessian language is attested as alive in 5th century AD. No such late attestation exists for the Illyrian language. In fact looking at the Illyrian onomastic traces, it can be seen that some resisted...
  11. Thracians were mostly Mediterranid...

    Thracians were mostly Mediterranid anthropologically. This has been determined from cranial analysis. This doesn't bode well for them to have been mostly blue eyed red heads. All Thracians of Babadag...
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    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC34049...

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3404992/


    http://ychrom.invint.net/upload/iblock/617/Barbarii%202003%20Y-chromosomal%20STR%20haplotypes%20in%20a%20Romanian%20population%20sample.pdf...
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    Yes, views are often conflicting. They also had...

    Yes, views are often conflicting. They also had multiple influences.

    Speaking of migrations. Milutin Garasanin (btw he was E-V13 as he is of Bjelopavlic) map of LBA/EIA transition. Left arrow...
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    Copy of my comment from elsewhere. Hawk...

    Copy of my comment from elsewhere.



    Hawk what option do you choose? :) Some Albanians seem to strongly favor the second. TaktikatEMalet, Leki? But pretty much impossible. And no.2 is basically...
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    What study? They show some EEF related ancestry...

    What study? They show some EEF related ancestry (Balkan auDNA had strong EEF component).

    Where do they come from then?

    Armenian language is related to Greek and Albanian.

    Btw I mentioned...
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    But cremation at Glasinac was introduced by the...

    But cremation at Glasinac was introduced by the Urnielders. Based on what we know now, it is not likely V13 were among them. Most likely R-L51 and we do have some strong diversity of R-L51 in...
  17. Evidence points towards that. We do have plenty...

    Evidence points towards that. We do have plenty of pre EIA, BA samples from Bulgaria, MBA is not ideally covered, but one sample is also non V13 and it represents a strong Bulgarian MBA culture,...
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    CTS9320 does look with Thraco-Cimmerian links,...

    CTS9320 does look with Thraco-Cimmerian links, one reason is an Ossetian CTS9320* branch. Another is a recent Central Asian Kangju CTS9320 sample, thus far he is still CTS9320*, maybe he is related...
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    In Insula-Banului culture. LBA. From...

    In Insula-Banului culture. LBA. From Insula-Banului can Pshenichevo, Babadag, Basarabi be traced. Insula-Banului is close to where Gava-Belegis II (which Riverman has been mentioning often) is from. ...
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    LOL. You must begin your post by a display of...

    LOL. You must begin your post by a display of utter degeneracy? Out of multiple studies of Romanians, you cherry-picked up a sample where E-V13 is at its lowest, and then you parade this sample of 54...
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    Plus more views. :D It seems from Polish sources...

    Plus more views. :D It seems from Polish sources here.

    Russian wikipedia, Girla Mare (proto-Dorians ?), Encrusted pottery (ancestors of the Greeks ?)
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  22. Nothing to do with Herodotus but modern...

    Nothing to do with Herodotus but modern linguistics.. R-Z280 is very involved, R-Z93 is also there.. It seems that the Thracian stems from the R1a not R1b.. Earlier in Thrace existed Yamnaya and...
  23. LOL Why don't you ask for 100's of samples for...

    LOL Why don't you ask for 100's of samples for Natufians, Yamnaya.. They are not possibly related to Thracians but certainly very related because those EIA cultures flooded and shaped the entire...
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    Yes Girla Mare/Zuto Brdo had plenty of old...

    Yes Girla Mare/Zuto Brdo had plenty of old Neolithic influence. Marija Gimbutas considered it non-IE, but Milutin Garašanin didn't mention such an option. He said they were probably ancestors of...
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    You said G is an old European hg while E isn't...

    You said G is an old European hg while E isn't and yet E came to Europe at the same time as G2a or even slightly earlier. That G2a dominated is a fact ofc. I actually like G2a, but you might check...
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