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    That is true and. I pointed out few years ago the...

    That is true and. I pointed out few years ago the same to one Serbian admin who claimed that "E-V13 has nothing to do with Illyrians, Thracians, Greeks, they are an older population whose communities...
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    Hadria is an interesting parallel. Connecting...

    Hadria is an interesting parallel. Connecting ancient Scodra itself with Albanian has been criticised as Albanian s > sh is something newer. Etruscans did have ties with Illyrians.

    There is...
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    I started a topic some time ago...

    I started a topic some time ago
    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/39318-Dacians-Costoboci-and-CTS9320

    Because E-V13>CTS5856 clades are very diverse in broader Thracian region.

    V13...
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    Armenian is also a Paleobalkanic language, as...

    Armenian is also a Paleobalkanic language, as proto-Armenians arrived from the Balkans.

    Regarding Matzinger I read he proposed a "third path" for the Albanian, neither classic Illyrian nor...
  5. Poll: Well this cluster was likely picked up somewhere...

    Well this cluster was likely picked up somewhere along the way, possibly Caucasus as closest relatives of this subbranch are Caucasian.

    Well it is generally a minor element, not a surprise...
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    E-V13 will establish itself as a fundamentally...

    E-V13 will establish itself as a fundamentally important Thracian haplogroup (Alot more important for Thracian genesis than I2a Din was for the Slavic).

    The linguistic Paleobalkan division will...
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    Was it? In the Skerdilaidas name, it seems to me...

    Was it? In the Skerdilaidas name, it seems to me the first part of the compound is indeed Skerd. But I have to look for that. Ah so it's now Harr instead of Harroj. :)



    Most want to descend...
  8. Poll: Well that was expected, Daco-Thracian areas have...

    Well that was expected, Daco-Thracian areas have much higher ratio of E-V13 to J-L283 than Illyrian areas.. And even with less people tested V13 under CTS5856 is more diverse there.

    Ossetian...
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    sr > rr rw > rr wr > rr rn > rr Waiting...

    sr > rr
    rw > rr
    wr > rr
    rn > rr

    Waiting for evidence of your rd > rr, tjerr < *terka so there is rk > rr

    There is rd > rdh

    So what does hardhoj mean? Nothing.:D Don't bother to debate...
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    I said sk > h is very old, but about rr, wait...

    I said sk > h is very old, but about rr, wait isn't sr > rr? So Harr <- Skesr? :grin:



    Possibly there are connections with Messapian. Well as I've said these names such as Skerdilaid had some...
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    https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skerdilaid_Curri ...

    https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skerdilaid_Curri

    So Skerdilaid is an Albanian name? This is a new trend ofc, no such name was attested in Albanians in Medieval times. Linguistic science says it is...
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    A proven old phonetic change reconstructed in...

    A proven old phonetic change reconstructed in Proto-Albanian is sk > h. Immediately because of this change Albanian has nothing to do with any Illyrian (or other) ethnicity sporting the -sk form in...
  13. Thread: E-a24066

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    Btw. umm, they are all either likely or certainly...

    Btw. umm, they are all either likely or certainly true. Unlike bunch of your ridiculous "Illyrian-Albanian parallels" that have been debunked long time ago.:laughing::laughing:

    Btw. you might be...
  14. Thread: E-a24066

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    Do not play troll games with me here Johane, this...

    Do not play troll games with me here Johane, this is my thread and any off-topic will be acted upon. I have explained already that my clan are:
    1. Not genetically related to Kuqi
    2. Our presence in...
  15. Thread: E-a24066

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    Well there is a mountain called Žilindar...

    Well there is a mountain called Žilindar, situated at the Serbian-Montenegrin border. Around this mountain there is a concentration of Bulgarian toponyms: immediately South there was a village called...
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    Hi, he hasn't done BigY only SNP pack I believe,...

    Hi, he hasn't done BigY only SNP pack I believe, and his STR's are not publicly available. We can evaluate when you get STR's whether there is some relation to you. Hopefully YFull will have this...
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    Bulgarian S19928+ from Tsakonitsa has nothing to...

    Bulgarian S19928+ from Tsakonitsa has nothing to do with Gripshi/Peurača cluster. And he doesn't seem close to any other S19928. So he adds more to the diversity of CTS9320 in Triballian areas.
  18. Thread: E-a24066

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    Ah I see,thanks! I know I have about 14 or 15 of...

    Ah I see,thanks! I know I have about 14 or 15 of best quality and 4 of acceptable quality, and looking at other clades I came to impression that they don't count in TMRCA calculation SNP's of...
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    E-A24066 and Ahmed-Bey silahtar, kapıcıbaşı

    My family are from Bijelo Polje, modern Rakonje. Attested ancestor died in 1645. from about there. This village is attested in at least two Ottoman defters as "Rakun/Rakon" in 1485. and 1530. But...
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    E-a24066

    I'd rather open my own topic rather than post in another one!



    Oh it seems I am not descended of Hodidjed fort commander. There is a family from Sarajevo with same surname as my maternal...
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    Iranian E-M215, M35-

    In Di Cristofaro et al. study ("Afghan Hindu Kush: Where Eurasian Sub-Continent Gene Flows Converge"), we find one Iranian sample IR4_4 from Khorasan who is E-M215+, but M35-.

    Not sure anyone has...
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    No, Natufians were not earliest E1b1b's out of...

    No, Natufians were not earliest E1b1b's out of Africa, Iberomaurusians already had stronger Eurasian than "Ancestral North African". So E1b1b must have been wandering around the Middle East before...
  23. Well I am far from a typical Balkan Slav. I have...

    Well I am far from a typical Balkan Slav. I have no problem with Albanians being Illyrians, and I even said that majority of Albanians have such Illyrian Y-DNA connection.


    You see, I am a bit...
  24. Albanians are now more tested than most Balkan...

    Albanians are now more tested than most Balkan populations so they do have various clades of this and that. Now Albanians emotionally desire for E-V13 to have been primarily Illyrian haplogroup,...
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    He is also Z37530/BY4526-, so in addition to...

    He is also Z37530/BY4526-, so in addition to E-Y20805/BY4524, he has nothing to do with E-Y41959, YF07169, YF15857 at YFull either. Only branch not tested is E-Y84585, he does not share their...
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