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  1. And the other X-centrists? What is your point...

    And the other X-centrists? What is your point here? Not very clear. Are you not trying to put some "banner" on a complicated cultural process of gestation?
  2. Thread: Albrigi

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    super throll? future banned?

    super throll? future banned?
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    OK, thanks to you and Pax Augusta. But your...

    OK, thanks to you and Pax Augusta. But your proper hypothesis about Etruscan and Basque languages doesn't convince me at all. We need more solid basis. And BB phenomenon is not entirely ethnic, we...
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    Could you explain us what this map signifies?...

    Could you explain us what this map signifies? Colours and stars? And where you found it? To me it's a bit confuse.
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    Sorry, I went too quick and too far myself...

    Sorry, I went too quick and too far myself concerning Y-J2b - It's distribution doesn't correspond too well to ancient Etruria; it could also be only a lineage picked up by them later. It seems this...
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    Without trying to go into a "war" I 'll say: 1000...

    Without trying to go into a "war" I 'll say: 1000 years is more than nothing + you jump very quickly to conclusions when you speak of this (geographically) old J-L283 "Dalmatian" as a confirmed...
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    It seems you don't understand what I write. A lot...

    It seems you don't understand what I write. A lot of different tribes have been put under the same umbrella more than a time when they were not exactly the same ethny. When we don't know the...
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    In fact the question is a bit more complicated....

    In fact the question is a bit more complicated. It depends if you speak of a politic "state" or if you speak of ethnicity or language. The Liburnian language is closer to Venetic, as say Bernard...
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    Are you so sure? The Liburnian language shows...

    Are you so sure? The Liburnian language shows more ties to a proto-Italic or archaic Italic language close to Venetic than to Illyrian. Even the maps about Illyrian ethny put their borders a bit too...
  10. A link to your work?

    A link to your work?
  11. Which sources?

    Which sources?
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    Very possible. Someones speak of a 'mass...

    Very possible. Someones speak of a 'mass immigration' when it could very well have been a continual "centralization" of peripheric citizens
  13. No, I don't think IE studies are a toxic topic,...

    No, I don't think IE studies are a toxic topic, it's very interesting when you look at it by some distance and with "cool blood"; it's part of our history, all of us. It's rather some people who are...
  14. Yes, I knew for Alinei whose I never accepted the...

    Yes, I knew for Alinei whose I never accepted the theories. I said "new", thinking in the genetic part which was unknown to me (I knew of other theories supported by people like Grigoryev but had...
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    Thanks, Bicicleur. But have we a lot of Y-DNA...

    Thanks, Bicicleur. But have we a lot of Y-DNA from last TRB?
  16. I was stupefied firstable. But I never discard...

    I was stupefied firstable. But I never discard new theories, even if they seem very unreliable, as in this case. I 'll read the paper again, spite I fear my thought is already made, as yours. It...
  17. Ironic? Maybe. But have you followed the link and...

    Ironic? Maybe. But have you followed the link and read the paper (mentioned to me by Academia Edu)?
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    @Bicicleur Have been found some Y-I2a2 among...

    @Bicicleur
    Have been found some Y-I2a2 among megalithic aspect of TRB yet ? I ask this because Y-I2a2 seem having been a common haplo among last Neolithicers of Britain ad I believed there could...
  19. Indo-European, linguistic contnuity and new Y-haplos tree

    I had put this link in a thread in Linguistics about First Slavic evidence, but I put it here as a new thread because it is very "revolutionary" and concerns as well History, Linguistics and genetis,...
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    As I see the Slavic languages interest a lot of...

    As I see the Slavic languages interest a lot of people I mention here a paper about European language continuity so dear to Alinei, where Slavic holds a glorious place in the IE genesis, paper based...
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    WIKIPEDIA SAYS: The Slavic autonym *Slověninъ is...

    WIKIPEDIA SAYS:
    The Slavic autonym *Slověninъ is usually considered a derivation from slovo "word", originally denoting "people who speak (the same language)", i. e. people who understand each...
  22. It is not the center of this topic, but I think...

    It is not the center of this topic, but I think that R-U152 was common among the last wave of Celts and among Italics (not always the same precise subclades), but I don't forget the elites of...
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    Not an essay, of course. But this "mathematic"...

    Not an essay, of course. But this "mathematic" approach of yours was very theorical. But thanks, I think I catched your reasoning. Was it necessary to us under this naked form? No problem. I see you...
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    a bit simplistic, isnt it?

    a bit simplistic, isnt it?
  25. to find Y-I2a(I2a2?) in N-Pakistan is really not...

    to find Y-I2a(I2a2?) in N-Pakistan is really not a surprise at all. There were found among Steppes pop's of Central-Eastern Europe
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