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  1. The color discussion is stupid, the main question...

    The color discussion is stupid, the main question still remains, from where the Greek speakers came from!? We still have to wait, but Drew’s scenario is considered as an option.


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    9:00AM-10:30AM. Session 3 ‘Human Evolution’ 1....

    9:00AM-10:30AM. Session 3 ‘Human Evolution’
    1. Olalde Iñigo. Human mobility at the Roman Danubian Limes before and after the fall of the Empire



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    Coming on June 1 conference ...

    Coming on June 1 conference
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  4. We are not at Dorians yet, data comes before...

    We are not at Dorians yet, data comes before 1,200 BC. For Dorian times I would speculate plenty of E-V13


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  5. I have no clue how many, I asked Gjergj a week...

    I have no clue how many, I asked Gjergj a week ago, and as far as I remember E-V13 has not been found so far. The bones came from prior escavations of the Albanian Institute of Archeology.


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  6. Yes you are correct, so far E-V13 has not been...

    Yes you are correct, so far E-V13 has not been found in Albania during BA


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    As a result, the genomic data could support both...

    As a result, the genomic data could support both dominant linguistic theories explaining the emergence of Proto-Greek and the evolution of Indo-European languages (Gray et al., 2011). Namely, that...
  8. As a result, the genomic data could support both...

    As a result, the genomic data could support both dominant linguistic theories explaining the emergence of Proto-Greek and the evolution of Indo-European languages (Gray et al., 2011). Namely, that...
  9. LBA Myceneans: Armenia versus Steppe-like gene...

    LBA Myceneans: Armenia versus Steppe-like gene flow

    The last phase of the BA is associated with a Late Helladic culture termed Mycenaean. Around 1,200 BCE, the Mycenaean civilization began to...
  10. “Of course” they are, even they are different...

    “Of course” they are, even they are different genetically they still are.....


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  11. FC Inter, it seems you have no idea about soccer...

    FC Inter, it seems you have no idea about soccer and Conte.


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    LBA Myceneans: Armenia versus Steppe-like gene...

    LBA Myceneans: Armenia versus Steppe-like gene flow

    The last phase of the BA is associated with a Late Helladic culture termed Mycenaean. Around 1,200 BCE, the Mycenaean civilization began to...
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    Urnfield Hungary, would be a better guess, it...

    Urnfield Hungary, would be a better guess, it exploded with urnfield culture.


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    Seriously...... Sent from my iPhone using...

    Seriously......


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    One question only, was E-V13 dominant haplogroup...

    One question only, was E-V13 dominant haplogroup in Peloponnesus before 1200 BC or was a latter addition?


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    Albanians = Egyptian, that is the funny part....

    Albanians = Egyptian, that is the funny part. Something and some people can’t change their mind even with genetic studies.


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    Genetics of the Greek Peleponessus

    Interesting, and it’s seems Peloponnesus is in the same boat [emoji571].


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  18. Sticky: Anatolian and Mycenaean look similar for the...

    Anatolian and Mycenaean look similar for the northern component.


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    They are all Albanian now, the important question...

    They are all Albanian now, the important question here, like in the Greek case, is which line or which lines were the carriers of the Albanian language?


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  20. Sticky: Yes I agree SZ1 I classified wrongly as Avar from...

    Yes I agree SZ1 I classified wrongly as Avar from 700 A.D.


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    I don’t see Slavic migration as negative either,...

    I don’t see Slavic migration as negative either, after all they, goths, and Avars saved Albanian from complete romanization breaking the dominance of Roman rule in the Balkan.

    But to think...
  22. No I am really connected to Ciulla from Pianna...

    No I am really connected to Ciulla from Pianna Dei Albanessi. Same y-Dna. It came up in FTDNA. Why the infractions? I did not offend anyone.



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  23. You are right after all, some of my genetics...

    You are right after all, some of my genetics cousins from Italy were mafioso after all.

    Probably the Italian members can tell you more about them.
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  24. Nice pictures but it would be better to have...

    Nice pictures but it would be better to
    have some dna after all.


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  25. I look like them but I am no Greek. They look...

    I look like them but I am no Greek. They look like Danubian urnfielders to me.


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