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    @tyuiopman You write, "Maybe even if the Greeks...

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    You write, "Maybe even if the Greeks and the Phrygians were originally one people but the Greeks went through the Balkans and Phrygians though the Caucasus? Maybe that's unreasonable or...
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    @tyuiopman You write, "Yes. A Phrygian...

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    You write, "Yes. A Phrygian connection could make geographical sense too since Alaca Hoyuk is very close to the later site of Gordium.I'd love to know what you think of this:
    Other...
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    @tyuiopman You write, "Yes. It seems that the...

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    You write, "Yes. It seems that the consensus is that the people who made the Alaca tombs were Indo-European but I know that some top Hittitologists (or at least Macqueen) doubted that...
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    I tried deleting my comment but i don't see any...

    I tried deleting my comment but i don't see any button that relates, therefore i simply edited it by leaving some dots. I don't think deleting comments is possible for non-admins.
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    @tyuiopman You write, "Which is exactly why I...

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    You write, "Which is exactly why I thought it was possible that there were colonies established in southern Turkey/northern Syria, such as Armani. I'm still curious too who made the Alaca...
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    @tyuiopman You write, "The Mitanni emerged...

    @tyuiopman
    You write, "The Mitanni emerged around 1500 BCE. The same with whoever the potential Kassite Indo-Iranian/Indic contacts were. And as you mentioned, the second Hyksos wave was around the...
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    @tyuiopman You write, "I wonder if...

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    You write, "I wonder if Apishlu/Apislu, the name of the Kaskas who were allied with the Mushki and Urumu, is somehow related to Apollo. The Apishlu may have been Hattian and not...
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    @tyuiopman You write, "Yes! I'm familiar with...

    @tyuiopman
    You write, "Yes! I'm familiar with Fournet's and Bomhard's theory regarding the Hurro-Urartians having separated from IE prior to Anatolian. It's absolutely fascinating and I believe...
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    Well, science has already proven that Mycenaeans...

    Well, science has already proven that Mycenaeans were largely indigenous to Greece, just like their fellow Minoans. That is to say, they were largely of Neolithic stock. Now, their steppe component...
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    Some Mycenaean examples of a "tholos" for...

    Some Mycenaean examples of a "tholos" for comparison. Namely the famous "Treasury of Atreus" in Mycenae.
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    And a less fortunate "tholos" at the site of Amblianos in Amphissa.
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    From the study, "This analysis shows that all...

    From the study, "This analysis shows that all Bronze Age populations from the Aegean and Anatolia derived most (~62–86%) of their ancestry from an Anatolian Neolithic-related population (Table 1)....
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    @tyuiopman You write, "As for Khaldi, his holy...

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    You write, "As for Khaldi, his holy city was called Ardini. There was also a Urartian-era god named Ardinis, who seems to have been a separate deity from Khaldi. Anyway, in pagan...
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    @tyuiopman You write, "Very interesting stuff,...

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    You write, "Very interesting stuff, Demetrios!".
    Thanks.

    You write, "A few other possible connections that I've read:
    The Urartian god Khaldi (sometimes written Haldi) may have been...
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    It is interesting, hence why i forwarded you to...

    It is interesting, hence why i forwarded you to my old post, which dwells deeper into this. Aegean and Caucasian/Transcaucasian relations go very deep. Furthermore, the so-called "eastern"...
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    I have already touched upon this with this post,...

    I have already touched upon this with this post, https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/34414-Genetic-Origins-of-Minoans-and-Mycenaeans/page53?p=583753&viewfull=1#post583753. I also provide some...
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    Catacomb seems to have been prevalent in R-Z2103...

    Catacomb seems to have been prevalent in R-Z2103 (R-Z2109 is also a subclade of it). The following is a map by Carlos Quiles showing the haplogroups from Catacomb, Poltavka, Balkan EBA, Bell Beaker,...
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    @Gales You write, "The only people related to...

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    You write, "The only people related to the Proto-Macedonians were the Thracians, that's what archaeology has demonstrated, with the discovery of the colorful paintings in the important...
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    @Leka You write, "That’s quite the guess. Let’s...

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    You write, "That’s quite the guess. Let’s not speculate without confirming that he has Greek roots..".
    Not really quite a guess when you consider that Magna Graecia had more Greeks than...
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    @Leka You write, "You mentioned it while...

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    You write, "You mentioned it while discussing with Kelmendasi.".
    I cannot recall mentioning that i consider E-CTS1273* as proto-Greek. Maybe you misunderstood me, i referred to its daughter...
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    @Leka You write, "Definitely not as crazy as...

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    You write, "Definitely not as crazy as your ridiculous idea of the possible CTS1273* found in North Albania corroborating its proto-Greek origin.".
    First of all E-CTS1273* isn't found in...
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    @Kelmendasi You write, "There seems to be some...

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    You write, "There seems to be some kind of a misunderstanding. I'm not saying that CTS1273 didn't expand from the Western Pontic steppe region, I'm saying that CTS1273 originated in the...
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    It is an interesting view. Although, i actually...

    It is an interesting view. Although, i actually have a different view even from the segment of Kitselis you aforementioned, not that his analysis doesn't hold merit. I personally find the official...
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    @Johane Derite You write, "There are 57 public...

    @Johane Derite
    You write, "There are 57 public Greek results on the Em35 project https://www.familytreedna.com/public...frame=yresults
    Of the E results:
    17 are too low resolution to speculate from...
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    @Aspurg You write, "Greek BY3880* is an ethnic...

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    You write, "Greek BY3880* is an ethnic Bulgarian and he's Z5018+ at FTDNA in cluster with a Czech.".
    How do you know this? Not that it would make any difference in my current view,...
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