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  1. It is very likely that the Bronze-age Thracian...

    It is very likely that the Bronze-age Thracian samples used in this study are not good representatives of the paleobalkan population of Bulgaria before the great migrations. Something is missing...
  2. That's what we all believed, I think.

    That's what we all believed, I think.
  3. This sentence: Is it possible that...

    This sentence:



    Is it possible that contemporary Bulgarians owe their Thracian component to medieval "Slavs and Croats". Slavs arrived at about the same time as Bulgarians.

    (Btw. Croats ARE...
  4. The conclusions are very strange.

    The conclusions are very strange.
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    The Iranian (steppic) origin of Croats is just a...

    The Iranian (steppic) origin of Croats is just a speculation. First known Croatian dukes had Slavic names and their language was Slavic. The genetics and anthropology also indicate Slavic origin....
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    Croats plot pretty much between BA Croatia and...

    Croats plot pretty much between BA Croatia and East Slavs. Bulgarian case is, however, more interesting.
  8. In what way are the names "more like Greek"...

    In what way are the names "more like Greek" except that they were written in Greek?
  9. That's interesting. How would he explain...

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    That's interesting.



    How would he explain a meaning/origin of his surname? We have Bouga in the list:
  10. I've seen many Lithuanian names ending with -as...

    I've seen many Lithuanian names ending with -as and -is. E. g. Arvydas Romas Sabonis:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arvydas_Sabonis
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    Some useful links: The document which...

    Some useful links:

    The document which indicates the Dalmatian origin: http://www.korcula.net/mpolo/mpolobrit.htm

    An article by dr. Zivan Filippi on Polo/De Polo family in Korcula:...
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    I called Dalmatians those who spoke a dialect of...

    I called Dalmatians those who spoke a dialect of Dalmatian Romance. They lived in the coastal cities. Later they were assimilated by Catholic Slavs (Croats) and started to speak Croatian.
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    Under the the term "Latins" there were two ethnic...

    Under the the term "Latins" there were two ethnic groups - Dalmatians and Catholic Slavs (Croats).

    Under the term "evil Slavs" the author mean East Orthodox Slavs who were sometimes hostile...
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    There is no doubt that Marco Polo was Venetian....

    There is no doubt that Marco Polo was Venetian. However, there are some indices that he was a son of Dalmatian imigrants. There are also indices that the family Polo origin was in the town (and...
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    If any person from the Dalmatian coast has read...

    If any person from the Dalmatian coast has read what you stated about Marco Polo’s origin, he is probably already dead of laughter.

    In the local culture the word Vlach (or locally: "Vlay")...
  16. I actually found two Icelanders in the tree. ...

    I actually found two Icelanders in the tree.

    Ok. Iceland was probably uninhabited before the first Norse people arrived. However, the Greenlanders have a long history of contacts with Europeans.
    ...
  17. Could it be that they arrived from Greenland or ...

    Could it be that they arrived from Greenland or Iceland?



    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inuit
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    They were called Goths by the local non-Slavic...

    They were called Goths by the local non-Slavic authors. There could've been different reasons for that, most likely an anachronism. They probably looked like their prredecessors in Dalmatia -...
  19. Many formerly Baltic teritories became Slavic...

    Many formerly Baltic teritories became Slavic since around 500 AD. "Klokotati" is actualy a modern Croatian word (onomatopoeia). There is another modern Slavic (Czech) word - "kluk" (boy). Touga...
  20. The legend is probably recycled a much older folk...

    The legend is probably recycled a much older folk tale. The names of characters suggest that Croats might have been speakers of an extinct Balto-Slavic dialect before they started to speak Slavic.
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  21. There are seven Croatian personal names recorded...

    There are seven Croatian personal names recorded in the 10th century work "De administrando imperio". It is believed that the names are of non-Slavic origin. However some think that the names are...
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    What does Coon's work have to do with autosomal...

    What does Coon's work have to do with autosomal data?
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    It is worth noting: ...

    It is worth noting:



    http://croatianhistory.net/etf/austria.html

    Carantania: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carantania
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    That's not the point. We've been discussing about...

    That's not the point. We've been discussing about where the Croats and Slovenians picked up the light blue component. Medieval Czech is ideal proxy for that analysys because the historical sources...
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    I found this post from @JajarBingan very useful...

    I found this post from @JajarBingan very useful because he used the sample of medieval Slav from Bohemia for the comparison to the Balkan native composition (Thracian + Greek). Bohemia is of course...
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