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  1. That's very true. The North-South positioned...

    That's very true. The North-South positioned changed in many regions much less than the West <-> East one. Just think about the Croatian and some upcoming Serbian BA-IA samples which could plot with...
  2. Let's stick to the facts. Like what is upsetting...

    Let's stick to the facts. Like what is upsetting about Bruzmi is that he misquotes papers the wrong way three times, five times, ten times, always selectively. Like when he quoted Nenova, he pointed...
  3. You are the clown if you don't understand where...

    You are the clown if you don't understand where they were coming from. They might have been there in the historical period, but the main ancestral component and lineage came from North West of...
  4. Illyrians is not Albanians, its more and less tha...

    Illyrians is not Albanians, its more and less tha that at the same time.
    The linguistic and cultural block just has a North Western origin in the Balkans. The historical Illyrians from the current...
  5. I think more important than just North vs South...

    I think more important than just North vs South is what kind of Northern ancestry. Because the Illyrian J-L283 carriers being shifted towards Bell Beakers, from which they clearly got influences...
  6. See, Antiquity, different time frame in the...

    See, Antiquity, different time frame in the 3rd-2nd century BC. By that time, not just Channelled Ware was gone, but their successor-daughter groups too. They all had transformed into new subgroups,...
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    From coming to life to the Bronze Age founding...

    From coming to life to the Bronze Age founding father, there are thousands of years. There have to have been some side branches of E-V13, not just E-L618, but E-V13, regardless how small or...
  8. These are no Illyrians though, but Thracians,...

    These are no Illyrians though, but Thracians, Paeonians and Dardanians. People with a lot of Channelled Ware ancestry and outside of the realm of Illyrians proper. The distance to the Serbian Bronze...
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    That's the problem with ambiguous labelling,...

    That's the problem with ambiguous labelling, because they were living in the same time period, one group being European foragers, the other early European farmers. Some farmers found the...
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    Glasinac-Mati and Illyrian areas in general...

    Glasinac-Mati and Illyrian areas in general received to some degree Channelled Ware influences, therefore I think a low level minority element could pop up here and there. But it will be interesting...
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    I'd say this can only be properly assessed with...

    I'd say this can only be properly assessed with better references. In an ideal case you get some first generations mixed individuals on the table. Because rather minor, yet still significant,...
  12. Decisive is always the TMRCA. If there is no...

    Decisive is always the TMRCA. If there is no overlap and the age is between LBA-MIA, it likely spread with Urnfield, Hallstatt, La Tene and Germanic back migration.

    E.g.: ...
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    Interesting. That's one of the older Southern...

    Interesting. That's one of the older Southern clades of E-V13 (LBA).
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    Well, it really migrated with Lengyel-related...

    Well, it really migrated with Lengyel-related groups North I'd say. In fact, we have the trace: Impresso-Cardial -> Sopot -> Lengyel
    From there either staying in Epi-Lengyel and successors, or...
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    Exactly, Russia agreed to gurantee for a...

    Exactly, Russia agreed to gurantee for a sovereign state, independent from both blocks. At the same time the agreement was made that NATO wouldn't expand Eastwards. Therefore the conditions under...
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    Very good and objective lecture on the conflict: ...

    Very good and objective lecture on the conflict:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qciVozNtCDM
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qciVozNtCDM
  17. E-BY5022 really looks like a Southern branch...

    E-BY5022 really looks like a Southern branch which being well-represented in the Sea Peoples/East Mediterranean sphere:
    https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-BY5022/

    Wouldn't wonder if it was among the...
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    In the mentioned cases it was largely...

    In the mentioned cases it was largely one-directional though, because e.g Cetina received massive influence from Bell Beakers as a peripheral group.
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    J seems to have been concentrated in and around...

    J seems to have been concentrated in and around the Caucasus, but how quickly things can change you can see in the Semites, which came up when E1b1b Afro-Asiatics fused with a J1 population and in...
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    I think its unresolved yet, but I can go with...

    I think its unresolved yet, but I can go with your interpretation just as well and won't argue big time about it.

    But, and that's worth to be considered, culturally, the Western influence from...
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    A lot of the skeletons just rot everywhere. Never...

    A lot of the skeletons just rot everywhere. Never being properly analysed. The most we can get out of them is indeed DNA and isotopic analysis.
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    That's exactly the transition from...

    That's exactly the transition from Füzesabony-Otomani to Piliny to Kyjatice on the one hand and from Suciu de Sus to Lapus I and Berkesz-Demecser. Lapus I and Berkesz-Demecser picked up such...
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    Like I wrote before, both Cetina and Posusje...

    Like I wrote before, both Cetina and Posusje (with Castellieri influences) are clearly West Adriatic-Alpine influenced cultures, heavily influenced by Bell Beakers (Cetina) and Tumulus culture and...
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    It's really Illyrian, Thracian or something in...

    It's really Illyrian, Thracian or something in between. That's the bottomline. Considering that J-L283 being dominant in Illyrians and E-V13 in Thracians, with many groups being mixed (like Triballi,...
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    Yes, that's possible and similar ideas being...

    Yes, that's possible and similar ideas being proposed by various authors, in which case Suciu de Sus -> Gáva would have been a heavily Southern inspired phenomenon in the North, which later migrated...
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