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  1. .............. Sorry I meant ninth century

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    Sorry I meant ninth century
  2. Why would they be ? Macedonia was invaded by...

    Why would they be ? Macedonia was invaded by Bulgarians in 900 AD.

    I wonder how much Slavic influence Greek Macedonia has ? I expect samples in actual Greek Macedonia to possibly be like IA...
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    Most of it is actually before Roman era from what...

    Most of it is actually before Roman era from what I know. What would it change if it was Roman era. It's still Illyrian.

    Only pseudo intellectuals could possibly believe EV-13 in the Balkans...
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    I do quote scientific papers from genetics and...

    I do quote scientific papers from genetics and according to Lazaridis Albanians aren't neccessarily much changed . According to Malcolm Albanian language could of never come from Thracian which I...
  5. It is also possibly many of these so called...

    It is also possibly many of these so called ''Latin'' loan words in Albanian are most likely not even Latin in origin but IE

    Such as Albanian ''Lexo'' ''Read'' Latin: Lego or Legere, Lectito,...
  6. Of course Albanian has some Turkish loan words...

    Of course Albanian has some Turkish loan words from Ottoman Empire . As for ''Ate'' regarding ''father'' , see my post again that it could be IE which you just proved with your post that it is...
  7. Or the Turkish ''Ata'' could just have the same...

    Or the Turkish ''Ata'' could just have the same roots as Albanian ''Ate'' , I don't know. Turkish could of loaned from IE languages like Kurdish, Persian etc ''Baba'' I believe is Arabic or Persian...
  8. ''Ate'' in Albanian is most likely a Turkish loan...

    ''Ate'' in Albanian is most likely a Turkish loan word for Father from Turkish ''Ata'' , same as ''Baba''

    Zana was an Illyrian mythological figure in Albanian and Romanian...
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    They are all obsessed. Connecting us with Eastern...

    They are all obsessed. Connecting us with Eastern Balkans and some Thracians from Bulgaria despite it does not match Albanian genetic profile. The question of EV-13 is still up for debate. Even most...
  10. Thanks a lot. I will check them out. Some of...

    Thanks a lot. I will check them out. Some of these samples look like some Thracian and Illyrian samples that were found . Some of these with North-Italy as first are like some Illyrian samples.
  11. Who said anything about that ?

    Who said anything about that ?
  12. Thanks a lot for doing the PCA. Can you...

    Thanks a lot for doing the PCA.

    Can you please post the results of some of these samples found in Skopje and Ohrid ? I wanna see what populations they match closest.

    I could possibly also do...
  13. Unless you're saying Ancient Macedonians were...

    Unless you're saying Ancient Macedonians were related to Illyrians ?
  14. Ohrid was Illyrian town , Skopje was most likely...

    Ohrid was Illyrian town , Skopje was most likely Illyrian. Where many of these samples found in Northern Macedonia are clearly not Ancient Macedonians but Illyrians. What are you even talking about ?...
  15. Some of these North Macedonian samples can...

    Some of these North Macedonian samples can actually be considered Illyrian ? Skopje was an Illyrian town or Paeonian .

    Ohrid was Illyrian for example such as Enchele and Dassaretii . Maybe some...
  16. Do you have the results of these samples such as...

    Do you have the results of these samples such as K13, K15 or G25 that compares them with modern populations ?
  17. Thanks a lot. They seem similar to the...

    Thanks a lot. They seem similar to the Greek_logkas found in Northern Greece ?
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    Do you agree that for a dialect split to occur it...

    Do you agree that for a dialect split to occur it requires large amount of speakers ?



    According to Hamp Gheg-Tosk split occurred around 400-600 AD
  19. Are these samples 'MKD' from Northern Macedonia...

    Are these samples 'MKD' from Northern Macedonia or Greek Macedonia ?

    https://i.imgur.com/4Mld0U5.png
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    Even Constantine the Great from Nish, modern...

    Even Constantine the Great from Nish, modern Serbia was considered Illyrian https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constantine_the_Great
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    I don't know what is up with you people on these...

    I don't know what is up with you people on these platforms that expect us to just accept your pseudo intellectual theories that have no compelling evidence and which you speak with such great...
  22. mariya mariya

    mariya mariya
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    I saw now another R1a-Z93 Thracian found from...

    I saw now another R1a-Z93 Thracian found from Andreevo . So this seems to me some kind of Thracian marker, not as huge as EV-13 but definitely there. I have not seen a single R-Z93 Illyrian sample so...
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    Dardanians were mentioned as Illyrian by many...

    Dardanians were mentioned as Illyrian by many ancient sources, what would be so disturbing to argue they were Illyrian any more than they were not ? If people want to believe they were Thracian be my...
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    For example Strabo mentioned Epirotans as...

    For example Strabo mentioned Epirotans as non-Greek and related to Illyrians while some others mention them as Greek. But like Hawk said, they could of been kinda their own group neither Illyrian nor...
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