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  1. Since you brought it up, you might want to ask...

    Since you brought it up, you might want to ask user "Rrenjet" about any arguments that may have been started. As you can see there, his post has been edited out by the moderator. Besides, I don't...
  2. What makes you think these lineages "arrived" to...

    What makes you think these lineages "arrived" to Albania in the early middle ages? For example, if we look at J-PH1751, we have three upstream splits that are found in Albania since the Bronze Age,...
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    That timeframe for J-Z597 expansion into western...

    That timeframe for J-Z597 expansion into western Balkans may actually be right on. Expansions to a different region usually happen a few hundred years after the TMRCA lived (ex. I-Y3120 TMRCA and the...
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    A person from West Hungary is tested J-L283+ and...

    A person from West Hungary is tested J-L283+ and S23613- through YSEQ. This is a J-Z622 SNP so he is ~J-L283*, and at 15/37 very distant with the Armenian on YFull. He has a WGS on order, so we...
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    He is at least "fully developed" J-Y21045. His...

    He is at least "fully developed" J-Y21045. His SNP test result (Z1296+ Z1297-) in combination with DYS650=14 seals it... True, he has DYS19=15, but he has likely backmutated there. You put too much...
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    1) J-Z631>Y22894 = "proto-Romanian"? Not sure...

    1) J-Z631>Y22894 = "proto-Romanian"? Not sure what you mean by that, but STRs suggest this cluster is more diverse in the western Balkans. Its TMRCA seems to be no older than about 1000 ybp, so it...
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    Well, I'm not sure what you meant, I just wanted...

    Well, I'm not sure what you meant, I just wanted to clarify that ORC008 is not J-Z600*.

    Yes, the location and timeframe of all these Nuragic J-L283 samples is the same. So considering the...
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    It seems you have trouble interpreting the YTree,...

    It seems you have trouble interpreting the YTree, again :grin:. ORC008 is not J-Z600*. He has no coverage for YP157 and Z585, but negative for Z615 (you can see this if you click "i"). So considering...
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    Yes, that's correct. I4331 remains at YFull's...

    Yes, that's correct. I4331 remains at YFull's J-Z38240* level, as he is also negative for the newly discovered subclade, J-BY161223.

    It now seems YFull is adding ancient samples that aren't...
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    I analyzed the BAM file of the J2b sample from...

    I analyzed the BAM file of the J2b sample from this paper: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.05.18.101337v1

    Mokrin necropolis, an Early Bronze Age (2,100-1,800 BC) Maros culture site in...
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    J2a and J2b split some ~30 000 ybp. Furthermore,...

    J2a and J2b split some ~30 000 ybp. Furthermore, there is J2a in BA Anatolia, BA south Balkans, and BA south Italy, while J2b-L283 is absent from all those places. So the former can clearly be...
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    Sorry for the off topic, but how can J-L283 be...

    Sorry for the off topic, but how can J-L283 be "connected" to Bronze Age Anatolia when it was already in North Serbia since Early Bronze Age (~4000 ybp)? Any BA Anatolian J-L283? If it came via...
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    I hope you're not suggesting that Illyrians...

    I hope you're not suggesting that Illyrians couldn't have had V13. That modern V13 expanded starting in the Bronze Age is no news either.

    Unfortunately, no Iron Age Y-DNA from western...
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    Exactly. There is no hard evidence for such...

    Exactly. There is no hard evidence for such claims. It's just one theory, which is being pushed by certain south Slavs to make Illyrian as "late comers" as possible. I think it's also inspired by the...
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    Wanted to share here some new developments for...

    Wanted to share here some new developments for J-Y15058.

    A new J-Z38240 subclade defined by J-BY161223 was discovered, parallel to J-PH1602 and J-CTS6190. It currently contains the Sardinian who...
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    Correct. That sample is only reported as J2b, but...

    Correct. That sample is only reported as J2b, but I'll be surprised if it's not J2b-L283+. Hopefully they release the raw data soon enough and we confirm it.

    Let's see, maybe we get the first...
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    It's certainly possible that it migrated from the...

    It's certainly possible that it migrated from the inland. However, considering that particular branch hasn't been found inland, and the distance with the Albanian is closer to 4000 years, I think...
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    The Alexander thesis is possible. However, if I'm...

    The Alexander thesis is possible. However, if I'm not mistaken, the guy from Kerala, India, is a Christian or has a tradition of origin from Syrian Christians. So I think it's more likely that...
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    Would like to share an interesting new BigY...

    Would like to share an interesting new BigY result for the J-Z597>Y146400 branch.

    A person with origin from Krk, Croatia, is tested Y146400+ FGC64027+ FGC64043-, which means he is splitting...
  20. Yes, based on current research, they are parallel...

    Yes, based on current research, they are parallel lines, literally brothers that descend from an ancestor who lived between 1930 and 2500 ybp, defined by R-Y2902. At YFull, there is currently 15 of...
  21. Yup, it looks like they made the change to 2500...

    Yup, it looks like they made the change to 2500 ybp based on subclade R-Y3226. When clicking "info" next to R-Y2902 TMRCA, towards the bottom it says: "NOTE: Age estimation has been taken from...
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    Interesting. I see that haplotype is more...

    Interesting. I see that haplotype is more specifically J2b-L283>YP91*
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    IMO, there is a couple of reasons. One of them is...

    IMO, there is a couple of reasons. One of them is because southern Albania has received a larger influx of migrations after the fall of Rome, which would naturally lower the percentages of other...
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    Interesting information. Good to know that...

    Interesting information. Good to know that Ljubljana culture spawned all the way to northern Albania.

    In due time, we should have all these answers with ancient DNA. But in the meantime it's fun...
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    Didn't want to go too much off topic on the other...

    Didn't want to go too much off topic on the other thread, so I'm posting this here.

    I've been looking into this Lubljana Culture too, and potential link to J-L283. It does seem like J-L283 may...
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