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    Watched TRUE ROMANCE ( 1993 ) ...........with a...

    Watched TRUE ROMANCE ( 1993 ) ...........with a cast full of stars

    https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0108399/fullcredits/cast
  2. there is no K1a1b1a ydna that I can find on the...

    there is no K1a1b1a ydna that I can find on the net ..............have you placed this backwards?

    i13862- male- T1a1a/ k1a1b1a
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    it means he went to Italy from modern Croatian...

    it means he went to Italy from modern Croatian lands like the other Daunians
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    top 3 samples for ...1st cousin Iron Age...

    top 3 samples for ...1st cousin

    Iron Age Prescythian Mezocsat Hungary 775 BC
    I11683



    Veliki Vanik Croatia Bronze Age 1600 BC
    I4332
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    my first cousins data ( my paternal side )...

    my first cousins data ( my paternal side ) ...........lives in Cles Trentino


    Roman + Scordisci (2.166)
    Roman + Illyrian (2.211)
    Samnite + Scordisci (3.918)
    Gallo-Roman + Roman (4.365)
    Roman...
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    my new number one after reloading data from...

    my new number one after reloading data from scratch

    Iron Age Gyor-Moson-Sopron Hungary 260 BC
    I18489


    next
    Copper Age Szigetszentmiklos Hungary 2350 BC
    I7043
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    from a 2020 paper on mycenae and crete below are...

    from a 2020 paper on mycenae and crete
    below are the ID
    https://i.postimg.cc/ryCZdvMp/crete.png

    the 2 x Dalmatian samples are not placed but they appear east of Cataluna marker
  8. Stable population structure in Europe since the Iron Age

    16 May 2022

    https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2022.05.15.491973v1.full.pdf


    Ancient DNA research in the past decade has revealed that European population
    structure changed dramatically...
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    post # 131 is what I get...

    post # 131 is what I get ....................thanks
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    at Salento where do you get communities I...

    at Salento

    where do you get communities

    I only get this below .......................the grandmothers are correct

    https://i.postimg.cc/hvsHVxkJ/coomunities.png
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    Date 03/11/1641 Last Name ZECH First Name...

    Date 03/11/1641
    Last Name ZECH
    First Name Domenica
    Father's First Name Daniele
    Mother's Last Name Appolonia

    seems like a different branch
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    Another H95a match ......... Surname Zech...

    Another H95a match .........
    Surname Zech ..........initial J
    could be from ..............Zecchin e decisamente veneto, Zecchini รจ tipico della zona che comprende Emilia e Romagna, o basso Veneto...
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    Interesting in BigY is that T1a2-Pages00113 has a...

    Interesting in BigY is that T1a2-Pages00113 has a few Ukraines, Belarus and Poles ..............yet this snp is negative for myself .............but I have a Pole in my T1a2-SK1480 group, he does...
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    History states that the Corinthian Greeks settled...

    History states that the Corinthian Greeks settled in north Albania and Corfu...............the Spartans in Taranto area Italy ...........and the some Boetians Thessalian Greeks settled in Montenegro
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    percentages of fighting men / population 4th...

    percentages of fighting men / population

    4th Conventus...ie...southern Illyrian ( proper illyrians as stated by some ) = 14.6%

    Narona Conventus = 26.0%

    Salona Conventus = 44.8%

    Scardona...
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    contradiction ??? ....same people ??? Pliny...

    contradiction ??? ....same people ???

    Pliny mentioned that the Liburnian and Iapodian peregrine communities belonged to this conventus Liburnian communities constituted civitates
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    After the quelling of the revolt in Illyricum in...

    After the quelling of the revolt in Illyricum in 9 AD and the division of this province, very likely into Illyricum Superior and Inferior initially, the imperial cult was introduced at the regional...
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    The conventus in Scardona and the other Dalmatian...

    The conventus in Scardona and the other Dalmatian conventus Scardona grew on the mouth of the Krka (Titius) River, and it was a major mercantile port which linked the coastal part of Liburnia with...
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    The Roman split of Illyicum ...........pre the...

    The Roman split of Illyicum ...........pre the Great Illyrian revolt

    The black area they eventually named initially part of Illyricum, then changed after the revolt
    ...
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    mine seems the same as yourself...

    mine seems the same as yourself ............Parent 1 = Maternal and Parent 2 = Paternal
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    Logically it has to be the blue...

    Logically it has to be the blue line........Durres must be in the Latin zone as it was the major trade city between Durres and Constantinople
  22. the chit chat, scuttlebutt is that they want to...

    the chit chat, scuttlebutt is that they want to split Kosovo between each other, but do not know how to do it
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    Interesting areas...as per strabo, Roman...

    Interesting areas...as per strabo, Roman Historian , these non cremation areas are all Illyrian tribal areas
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    It seems that bronze-age Venetics practiced...

    It seems that bronze-age Venetics practiced inhumanation in the bronze age and early iron age male death ( about 90% ) had cremations, other who died at war away from home where inhumaned
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    Ok My paper is 2014 ..............it states as I...

    Ok
    My paper is 2014 ..............it states as I stated....with the exception that about 10% of men had inhumation burials as they died in battle away from home. I state only early iron age period
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