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    So here is all samples so far, also thanks to...

    So here is all samples so far, also thanks to whoever put them together in excel file.




    SAMPLE ID
    Y-HAPLOGROUP
    DATE
    TERMINAL Y-SNP
    PERIOD/CULTURE
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    Also i forgot haplogroup I1 was pretty much...

    Also i forgot haplogroup I1 was pretty much absent in ancient Romans, but appeared later:



    I1
    400-600 CE
    I-Y7234
    DF29>Z63>BY151>FGC81364>S2078>S2077>Y2245>Y7234
    Late Antiquity
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    Hehe i guess he is right handed towards politics...

    Hehe i guess he is right handed towards politics if he didnt like Stalin : )
    Who knows he probably has some of these G2a samples close. Best would be BigY-700.

    Except BigY test + Yfull upload,...
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    Here is situation within G2a: G2a2a...

    Here is situation within G2a:




    G2a2a
    5607-5485 BCE
    G-Z42565
    PF3147>PF3148>PF3177>L91>Z42565
    Neolithic
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    Absolutely not, as you see i am J haplogroup...

    Absolutely not, as you see i am J haplogroup myself, when i say Imperial Romans had over 50 % of J haplogroup, its a fact that i am proud on : )





    Each of these can be checked in Yfull...
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    Majority J2a-M410...

    Majority J2a-M410 in various subclades, and some J2b-L283 and some J2b-M205.

    However, nevertheless, according to this study Imperial Romans had over 50 % of J haplogroups. Of course various...
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    There is incredibly high percentage of J (J1+J2)...

    There is incredibly high percentage of J (J1+J2) haplogroups in Imperial Romans, 13 out of 24 samples belong to haplogroups J1 or J2. However haplogroup J1 distribution percentage seems to fade in...
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    wrong thread

    wrong thread
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    And btw no one ever said that J2-M205 has origin...

    And btw no one ever said that J2-M205 has origin in Albanians. You have like intelligence problems.
    It was said for one specific sublcade and not for its formed date but for its TMRCA. So...
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    Got to love these jelly trølls invading thread...

    Got to love these jelly trølls invading thread all the time with various theories but always trying to represent M205 as recent arrival or Vlach, Bulgar, Jewish slave, Serbian, Turkish, Ottoman....
    ...
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    Here is some interesting Gedmatch results for...

    Here is some interesting Gedmatch results for this sample:

    Calculating Population Admixture - dv3 [K=12]

    2.14% East_European
    16.23% West_European
    41.01% Mediterranean
    0.00% Neo_African...
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    There is two J2-M205 samples identified so far in...

    There is two J2-M205 samples identified so far in "Ancient Rome: A genetic crossroads of Europe and the Mediterranean":

    Sample R50, 135-244 CE.
    Belongs to branch J-M205>Y134194 ...
  13. More about mentioned authors: Aleksandar...

    More about mentioned authors:


    Aleksandar Stipčević - Archaeologist, bibliographer, albanologist, librarian and essayist. Born in Arbanas, near Zadar on October 10, 1930. He attended primary...
  14. Illyrian remains in Balkans after downfall of antique civilizations

    I have translated this small part of a book from A. Stipcevic about Illyrians. Since i could not find version issued in English language. Its Chapter two, about Illyrian remains in Balkans.
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    I am still not convinced that 100 % Southeast...

    I am still not convinced that 100 % Southeast Europe is that common among Bulgarians. And if it is, it means that they are 100 % autosomally made of Thracian/Greek/Illyrian components rather then of...
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    I googled for Bulgarian autosomal results, i...

    I googled for Bulgarian autosomal results, i found one example of FTDNA FF here:

    Guy says: "I am from Bulgaria pretty much and all my recent ancestors are from here. Maternal grandmother from...
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    There is no Balkan category in FTDNA family...

    There is no Balkan category in FTDNA family finder.. Btw we just commented autosomal tests, not a big deal. Its clear that according to FTDNA calculator Southeast Europe is Albanian Greek and...
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    You are like talking to bot. I already explained...

    You are like talking to bot. I already explained to you that Serb J2-M205 is all Y22059 its more northern branch of J2-M205 with Pre-Slavic Montenegrin origin. It has higher percentage because it had...
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    You are very new to this, i am fully tested 111...

    You are very new to this, i am fully tested 111 STRs, Big-Y, Yfull upload, autosomal. While you are not yet tested at all and you are exploring this for 3 days and now you think you can go around...
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    That calculator does not have Albanian cluster...

    That calculator does not have Albanian cluster defined and they just throw Albanians into Greek cluster. Its a low quality calculator to be honest.

    Sent from my ONEPLUS A6013 using Eupedia Forum...
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    I1 and for sure R1b are not Slavic arrival's into...

    I1 and for sure R1b are not Slavic arrival's into early medieval Balkans. For now haplogroups most associated with Slavic arrival are R1a and I2a-CTS10228, however according to Albanian project these...
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    I am sure that E-v13 was Illyrian haplogroup....

    I am sure that E-v13 was Illyrian haplogroup. There was only one ancient Illyrian bone tested and J2-L283 was lucky to score it, proving without doubt that it was present among Illyrians.

    However...
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    In Croatia, its mostly Serbs, from "Krajina" to...

    In Croatia, its mostly Serbs, from "Krajina" to Dalmatia. However there are also original Croats.
    I seen recently on Serbian DNA forum that they are claiming for Croat samples that they are...
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    Yes i know, its Palestine Jenin and Saudi Makkah...

    Yes i know, its Palestine Jenin and Saudi Makkah samples, while some samples are not calculated at all or are under analysis.
    I already mentioned this few pages back. There is chance that this is...
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    Dibran you are repeating that like a parrot...

    Dibran you are repeating that like a parrot again.. You said this like 4 times now that i said that over 95 % of Albanian L283 is PH1751, and i explained you like 4 times why i said it....
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