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    Poll: It doesn't matter, the thing is that's an...

    It doesn't matter, the thing is that's an assumption on the emergence of Chodove in the region. What's their early history, only God knows.

    On Czech wiki is said that, translate, "The Chodas...
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    Poll: Hardly an evidence, it's only an assumption on...

    Hardly an evidence, it's only an assumption on the Chodove movement and ancestry.



    I cannot find that in the Czech wiki.



    This is out of context. Chodove live in Western Bohemia while...
  3. Relating these samples to "Alanic Croats", for...

    Relating these samples to "Alanic Croats", for who there's no exact evidence that ever existed, is too far-fetched. The connection is considered to be mainly cultural & linguistic, not...
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    Poll: It is not true. That group was first mentioned in...

    It is not true. That group was first mentioned in the 13th-14th century (Late Middle Ages), while the mentioned connection to scholarly invented so-called "Nabian Serbs" is part of one of the fringe...
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    Poll: Well, seemingly that is what current information...

    Well, seemingly that is what current information implies. Here or else can be read exceptional claims that the I2-PH908 surely or majorly arrived with the Croats or Serbs or both, but where's the...
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    Poll: There's an article South Slavic origin and...

    There's an article South Slavic origin and I2a-Dinaric South (PH908) by South Slavic DNA Blog, which summarizes information on the migration of South Slavs and I-PH908. It is very long, but as other...
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    Poll: Not the first time being mentioned. I did write...

    Not the first time being mentioned. I did write about it years ago, but when we only knew about I-S17250. Considering its and now known I-PH908 distribution and diversity in contemporary populations...
  8. This is a synthesis of up-to-now...

    This is a synthesis of up-to-now multidisciplinary scientific studies of the Slavic migration, specifically Croats and Serbs, to the Western Balkan. It is based around a map (with explanation below)...
  9. Perhaps, but the more important issue is we...

    Perhaps, but the more important issue is we should not consider and designate these populations of only "Slav", "Vlach" etc. identity. Both broad groups (migrant and native) from the beginning were...
  10. Please don't spread false information...

    Please don't spread false information "Constantine Porphyrogenitus, notes that Michael was a son of Busebutze (Greek: Bouseboutzis > Visevitz),[4][12] but does not mention his family did descend from...
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    Poll: No, it does not make any sense. How could they be...

    No, it does not make any sense. How could they be the cause of the I-CTS4002 mutation when Bastarnae are reported to live between 200 BC-300 AD, while I-CTS4002 was formed 5500 YBP, had TMRCA 5200...
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    Poll: Wrong: I-CTS10228 was formed circa 5200 YBP,...

    Wrong: I-CTS10228 was formed circa 5200 YBP, while had TMRCA circa 3800 YBP

    Wrong: I-Y3548/S17250 was formed circa 2300 YBP, while had TMRCA circa 1850 YBP






    Shouldn't such posts get...
  13. We are going off topic with linguistics, but just...

    We are going off topic with linguistics, but just to add. Servia and Servians is the same as Serbia and Serbians (v=b), while in medieval Serbian documents like Dušan's Code (14th century) are used...
  14. Your list is another typical denial of historical...

    Your list is another typical denial of historical and genetic evidence which oppose the generally promoted theory by Serbian DNA Project. The generalizations are not definitive in the same amount for...
  15. Could be a use of a different ethnonym/exonym...

    Could be a use of a different ethnonym/exonym (for e.g. Chozirozi mentioned alongside Lendizi), toponym, political situation, in the fact they did not live alongside a river or trade routes, among...
  16. Translation to English "You are really a retarded...

    Translation to English "You are really a retarded peson... you will know to make statistics if you finished 4 classes of the elementary school, if you did not, then I am sorry for your case"....
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    Poll: Founder effect and bottleneck could do a...

    Founder effect and bottleneck could do a significant influence on the population ethnogenesis, however, you are right. The truth is in the middle - admixture happened. These extreme considerations,...
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    It does exist, however, what I2a2 meant at the...

    It does exist, however, what I2a2 meant at the time but since then nomenclature changed and it does not mean the same haplogroup branch anymore. It definitely needs a change of title.
  19. The issue is you miss the crucial point - I...

    The issue is you miss the crucial point - I discussed the I-CTS10228 and downward mutations according to the Illyrian-Thracian autochtonous model and historical sources with SNPs time of formation...
  20. You are saying that citing a historical source is...

    You are saying that citing a historical source is misleading and delusional, while never bothered to read even Tibor Živković work about DAI. The few remaining "folk" are the elite caste, and from...
  21. It is incredible that you, Serbs, are constantly...

    It is incredible that you, Serbs, are constantly making such a fraudulent argumentation with which you intentionally ignore the fact the I-PH908 could not come to the Balkans with the Serbs since the...
  22. The thing is it does not, it only makes things...

    The thing is it does not, it only makes things more complicated both because of members incompetence in linguistics and because the language change and the dialects in the region formed too recently...
  23. There's a lack of evidence, what you wrote about...

    There's a lack of evidence, what you wrote about Bastarnae is far-fetched without any proper evidence and argumentation. There's almost anything to catch as meaningful. Considering Bastarnae as...
  24. In DAI is literally said: "...entered Serbia...

    In DAI is literally said:

    "...entered Serbia and took away with them the entire folk, both old and young, and carried them into Bulgaria, though a few escaped away and entered Croatia; and the...
  25. You mean debunked and outdated (18th-19th...

    You mean debunked and outdated (18th-19th century) theories about Sporoi and Zeriuani? Please spare us this historiographical mythologization, we are living in the 21st century with more advanced...
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