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    At this point a lot of E-V13 subclades can't be...

    At this point a lot of E-V13 subclades can't be fully understood, so everything I write must be taken with a grain of salt. You have one unknown match, no information given, do you know his...
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    E-V13 might ultimately have come into Europe with...

    E-V13 might ultimately have come into Europe with Impresso-Cardial Ware -> Lengyel-Sopot -> Epi-Lengyel/Baden -> Carpathian Epi-Corded -> Southern Unetice -> Gava-Channelled Ware spread ->...
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    I don't know if you read it already, but there...

    I don't know if you read it already, but there was exchange between Lengyel-Sopot and the Michelsberger, especially via the Münchshöfen culture in Bavaria. Its Jordanow/Jordansmühl culture in Bohemia...
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    Better saving for a BigY or WGS, because the SNP...

    Better saving for a BigY or WGS, because the SNP packs can just confirm the more obvious, while leading up to a dead end for further research most of the time.
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    Actually it depends. For some testers the 12 STR...

    Actually it depends. For some testers the 12 STR level means nothing, for others it means something. But that's in any case a small number of matches, if these are all. Sometimes the chosen STR are...
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    Yes, it could contribute, but can't be the main...

    Yes, it could contribute, but can't be the main explanation. Because it needs to be considered which percentage of E-V13 other people got at that time. No small influx can explain something like 10...
  7. Ask the moderators. If you are the American...

    Ask the moderators.
    If you are the American smaple on YFull, your closest match is a Chinese, which kind of shows how far your ancestors might have travelled. You also have no overlapping matches...
  8. E-V13 will have played an important role in the...

    E-V13 will have played an important role in the formation of Hallstatt via Channelled Ware -> Thraco-Cimmerian horizon -> Bosut-Basarabi -> Eastern Hallstatt. But the Celts came from Western...
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    Are you on FTDNA? How many matches do you have on...

    Are you on FTDNA? How many matches do you have on level 12 and 25? Do you see other Greeks on the matches map? I think some Scytho-Sarmatians would have come for sure to Greece, but there is also the...
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    Its actually possible that Iranian_Neolithic...

    Its actually possible that Iranian_Neolithic (Transcaucasian after the Mesolithic) entered the PIE gene pool, but in smaller numbers, rather. Concerning CW, there is no other culture as obviously IE...
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    That's true, probably because they were too...

    That's true, probably because they were too outspoken and got issued a gag order. However, I also think that they are preparing something big, because a corrected position on how PIE came up (with...
  12. Fusing threads?

    Fusing threads?
  13. Somewhere between Baden and Tripolye-Cucuteni,...

    Somewhere between Baden and Tripolye-Cucuteni, possibly Lengyel-Sopot derived (from where we have 2 E1b1b already in the Middle Danubian zone) is more likely I'd say. E1b1b seems to have been a...
  14. We already know E1b1b came with Impresso-Cardial...

    We already know E1b1b came with Impresso-Cardial Ware colonisation, but the problem is that G2a and H2 being present in both, ICW and LBK, so they can't be distinguished based on that. This is only...
  15. These are good news, I hope other teams apply the...

    These are good news, I hope other teams apply the new method as well and come to similarly useful and impressive results. The result as such is not groundbreaking, but a solid confirmation for the...
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    I'm probably not aware of all the studies...

    I'm probably not aware of all the studies available on the subject and its quite possible that different samples yield different frequencies. However, I found it odd because the region has no real...
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    They were most likely similar to the...

    They were most likely similar to the Celti-Iberians, Noric and various Balkan tribes, being a fused hybrid tribe of some sort, but the original Ligurians were rather no Celts. Its not even for sure...
  18. A lot will boil down to whether or not classical...

    A lot will boil down to whether or not classical Greeks got and spread a lot of E-V13 also, because if ancient Greeks had almost none of it, what some people claim, then this would result in modern...
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    Thanks a lot for the summary. Its interesting how...

    Thanks a lot for the summary. Its interesting how small sample sizes can distort things. Like if looking at different samples from many of the regions covered, they deviate significantly sometimes. ...
  20. It doesn't look that temporary even in regions...

    It doesn't look that temporary even in regions like Germany and the Balkans. It didn't last at that level, but the level in the general population might have always been lower. Beause the local...
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    Interesting. Because these data isn't the same as...

    Interesting. Because these data isn't the same as from the sample I had in mind, which mentioned Frisolino. So either he wrote something different elsewhere, or its another Garibaldi with E-V13. The...
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    There is a Garibaldi sample on FTDNA from the...

    There is a Garibaldi sample on FTDNA from the district of Genua, a neighbouring place to Chiavari, so most likely the same lineage and he is E-V13, but no deeper subclade known, because he just...
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    E-V13 in Northern Italy

    I did take a look into the y-haplogroup frequencies in Italy and especially Northern Italy, to get a better impression of its distribution and possible association with prehistorical and historical...
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    That's how Channelled Ware people too first met...

    That's how Channelled Ware people too first met Greeks and even lived among them probably, they were migrants, especially mercants and artisans. We know from the Barbarian ware that it preceded the...
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    The cremation tradition also matters, because...

    The cremation tradition also matters, because E-V13 quite obviously is primarily connected with Gáva-Holigrady culture and Belegis II-Gáva, Fluted Ware horizon respectively. Whether they were even...
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