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  1. I think such a description is completely wrong....

    I think such a description is completely wrong. To begin with, larger scale Slovenian influence being primarily restricted to Carinthia, where the Slavic ancestral component is consequently higher...
  2. Well, actually there was forth and back, because...

    Well, actually there was forth and back, because we have hunter gatherers which were R1b in South Eastern Europe, they were replaced by G2 and E-V13, then came the steppe people and replaced these,...
  3. You answered it yourself, these are internal...

    You answered it yourself, these are internal steppe people's divisions. That's why you have R1b in the West, I1 in the North, E-V13 South East, R1a East and so on. E-V13 did barely survive but made...
  4. Rather those haplogroups were conquered or early...

    Rather those haplogroups were conquered or early allies of the steppe people (R1a+b dominated), survived, and spread from within. So they were conquered, at some point, but made it in the new...
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    I wouldn't interpret it at all, because even the...

    I wouldn't interpret it at all, because even the larger percentages are sometimes unsure, especially if its two related ancestral components, but trace ancestry is totally speculative. It could be...
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    I think what this really shows, still, is how...

    I think what this really shows, still, is how difficult it is to determine a source. In reality, if there was a large scale migration, of the bulk of a people, their whole variation migrated with...
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    @Aspurg: All you say is reasonable, and I agree...

    @Aspurg: All you say is reasonable, and I agree with it by and large, but don't you think it makes things more complicate than they have to be? I mean if we have a surviving Lengyel-Sopot/TCC...
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    Indo-European being like a club, lineages joined...

    Indo-European being like a club, lineages joined at different times. E-V13 was, probably, one of the first non-core-IE lineages which joined, directly when the PIE left their Western steppe homeland....
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    If my hypothesis is correct, we still don't know...

    If my hypothesis is correct, we still don't know which percentage E-V13 had among other Urnfield related groups, like for example Lusatian. The reason why E-V13 seems to have been a minority to the...
  10. The actor looks fairly German, but not...

    The actor looks fairly German, but not stereotypically Germanic. Such phenotypes would have certainly appeared among West Germanics, to which the Cherusci belonged. They even incorporated Celtic and...
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    Many haplogroups wandered in circles, E-V13 is no...

    Many haplogroups wandered in circles, E-V13 is no exception, but the rule. If you check where the majority of any given haplogroup was sitting in different eras, you will see that a lot moved quite a...
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    Its very bad that in this crucial period of...

    Its very bad that in this crucial period of European prehistory, when most large historical ethnic formation were formed (Celtic, Germanic, Italic, Illyrian, Thracian etc.), cremation was so...
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    Poll: Non-secretor and 0 negative. I might have had it...

    Non-secretor and 0 negative. I might have had it already with unpleasant but non-serious symptomes, but it wasn't tested out.
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    We seem to have a quite varied bunch of E1b1b...

    We seem to have a quite varied bunch of E1b1b entering Europe, so the presence of its ancestor alone is very informative, considering the timing. The chances for survival of related branches in the...
  15. The worst of the series was the idiotic love...

    The worst of the series was the idiotic love triangle story and the very bad and completely wrong final battle, which should have been the climax of the whole season and could have been much better...
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    Some additional information on the expansion of...

    Some additional information on the expansion of Thraco-Illyrian and the Gava culture with the Urnfield horizon:
    https://www.historyfiles.co.uk/KingListsEurope/BarbarianBalkans.htm

    Good map for...
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    Lengyel and Sopot are indeed the most likely path...

    Lengyel and Sopot are indeed the most likely path of E-V13 to the North, where it stayed and survived in the North Carpathian region. We have related clades in Slavs now, and a spread which postdates...
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    Basically its a question of magnitude. Its too...

    Basically its a question of magnitude. Its too big for that. And if the caravan was quite diverse, more of the dead would have been males of different ages, females and so on. Not just males in best...
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    They found way too much bodies of experienced...

    They found way too much bodies of experienced warriors (proven by survived wounds and training, physical stress signals) and weapons, especially arrowheads per m2 in the excavated area. Since they...
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    I came to the conclusion that the most likely...

    I came to the conclusion that the most likely origin point for E-V13 is the North Carpathian zone and that it spread with Southern Urnfield groups, especially the Gava horizon. That's for now the...
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    I guess it was a dominant chieftain on this march...

    I guess it was a dominant chieftain on this march into subdued territory, showing off strength and not caring too much for his or his company's protection, but with his guard and part of the army on...
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    Very important for the whole debate is Pannonia...

    Very important for the whole debate is Pannonia and the recent results from a presentation of a study done on Hungarian remains showed just one single carrier of E for the whole period, but a total...
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    Very important for the whole debate is Pannonia...

    Very important for the whole debate is Pannonia and the recent results from a presentation of a study done on Hungarian remains showed just one single carrier of E for the whole period, but a total...
  24. Is it above trace levels? Do you have a sample...

    Is it above trace levels? Do you have a sample which has a sufficient resolution and is included in G25? In this case I prefer modern Berbers as a reference by the way, because general Natufian-like...
  25. "My hypothesis" was not however, that only "pure...

    "My hypothesis" was not however, that only "pure Germanics" came in, but Northern shifted people in Late Antiquity and afterwards. So this actually includes e.g. Frankish people of Gallo-Roman...
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