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    Hungarian archaeologist Emilia Pasztor in one of...

    Hungarian archaeologist Emilia Pasztor in one of her presentations puts the possibility of Southern migrants in Carpathian Basin during Early Bronze Age. She thinks the avian anthropomorphic figures...
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    It looks like Cotofeni was derived from Baden...

    It looks like Cotofeni was derived from Baden which in turn was derived from Lengyel. An option let's say. We also need Vinca-Turdas samples (the G2a/H2a so far are not from core Vinca-Turdas, but...
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    I would expect earliest E-V13 to be found within...

    I would expect earliest E-V13 to be found within Cotofeni context, something Usatovo/Cotofeni. Then Wietenberg-Ottomany and finally Gava and wider Kanellure affected cultures.

    This should make...
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    The chronology presented in this 2022 paper is...

    The chronology presented in this 2022 paper is awesome.
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    I am the easternmost Albanian around, and i am...

    I am the easternmost Albanian around, and i am one of the Alboz with least Anatolian/Levantine from all Albanians, technically i am a EEF/Yamnaya mix combo almost 60/40 ratio. I always thought i...
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    Greece during Middle to Late Bronze Age would be...

    Greece during Middle to Late Bronze Age would be synonymously called Mycenae in archaeological records. I think that it's inevitable that there was an incursion from the North, and those people not...
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    Y-DNA chromosome subclade mutations will show a...

    Y-DNA chromosome subclade mutations will show a more accurate picture than autosomal analysis. If R1b-Z2103 appears among Hittites, and some R1b-Z2103 ancestral to Hittite appears in Ezero Culture...
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    The burial pits with human sacrifices usually...

    The burial pits with human sacrifices usually lasted until Early Iron Age mostly. It was a phenomenon of the Urnfield Culture, since this phenomenon happened in Bohemia as well, and for the Late...
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    Both, but Athenians practiced it moreso than...

    Both, but Athenians practiced it moreso than Spartans.

    Weird enough cremation on a pyre was practiced among Hittites as well (i don't know exactly their complete ritual which is essential on...
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    The burial pits are most likely human sacrifices....

    The burial pits are most likely human sacrifices.

    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/314190120_ON_HUMAN_SACRIFICE_IN_THRACE_ON_ARCHAEOLOGICAL_EVIDENCE

    In fact, these burial pits are one...
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    I believe this paper will probably enlighten and...

    I believe this paper will probably enlighten and bring closer to the truth about the E-V13 origin. We already have a piece of puzzle so far, but this one will bring us one step closer. I have...
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    Gashi i Gurit seems to me was a territorial...

    Gashi i Gurit seems to me was a territorial designation, since this territory has some rocky mountains (saw one pic, and it looks epic for hiking), perhaps they wanted to denominate as separation...
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    I have double checked inter-related cultures,...

    I have double checked inter-related cultures, like Babadag Culture, it's amazing how consistent the similar cultural spheres are, once upon a time the burial pits where Psenicevo E-V13 were found...
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    The origin of language families cannot be solved...

    The origin of language families cannot be solved by genetics alone since it can be misleading, but rather genetics + linguistics. As far as i know the Proto Indo-European origin must be sought on the...
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    Haven't spotted any kind of difference between...

    Haven't spotted any kind of difference between East and West Albanians, except for East Albanians might have some more Thessalian-Greek affinities while West Albanians more Italian-like affinities,...
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    O Dema, Demush, irony is not your strongest...

    O Dema, Demush, irony is not your strongest point. Nor, sneaking as an E-V13 Albanian trying to disclaim us.
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    Bardhi always seem to state that they are called...

    Bardhi always seem to state that they are called Gashi i Gurit. It looks to me that Gashi i Gurit was divided between Bardhi and probably some sub-set of Botusha which the Gashjant J2b2-L283 from...
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    Folk-tales i would say. Gashi as is known came up...

    Folk-tales i would say. Gashi as is known came up when Bardhi took under their dominion and united with Shipshan and Luzha/Botusha. Beyond that is just speculation.

    Nevertheless, it's fair to...
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    It's clearly and explicitly stated by the Bardhi...

    It's clearly and explicitly stated by the Bardhi themselves that they are Gashi i Gurit but also the Gashi i Gurit in Kosova state that this sub-tribe is divided between the Bardhi and probably the...
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    Sometimes i wonder myself whether i am totally...

    Sometimes i wonder myself whether i am totally wrong or something, but that's not the case. It's impossible for various of these academic people to come up with a complot to make these cultures as...
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    Beyond Middle Bronze Age i wouldn't boldly make...

    Beyond Middle Bronze Age i wouldn't boldly make any statements because it's quite hard to guess.

    It's funny because the Early Iron Age Psenicevo Culture is packed with E-V13 and it's up to come in...
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    To clarify something, which is very obvious but...

    To clarify something, which is very obvious but keeps not getting sayed. The Gashi i Gurit are the Bardhis as well (E-V13 L241), and probably the ones whom originally and initially it was referred...
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    A very explicit article, by renowned Hungarian...

    A very explicit article, by renowned Hungarian historian/archaeologist Gabor Vekony.



    I think that it's almost stamped that from Middle-Late Bronze Age E-V13 expanded with the...
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    Some Thracian helmets. ...

    Some Thracian helmets.

    https://i.imgur.com/f2kYkqB.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/qv31gBR.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/2vsqSTA.jpg

    https://i.imgur.com/m1iN7x3.jpg
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    To me it sounds reasonable, and i would accept...

    To me it sounds reasonable, and i would accept such scenario for E-V13, one thing that bugs me is that why E-V13 tree starts to split in Germany/Central Europe and not Carpathian-Balkan cline.

    In...
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