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    Maximum i can guess Albanian hinterland samples...

    Maximum i can guess Albanian hinterland samples are slightly more related to Greeks and Thracians while the Dalmatian ones more to Italians, but overall all of the aforementioned populations on...
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    We still lack data from inner Balkans by the way....

    We still lack data from inner Balkans by the way. So, i guess we should wait for more samples to build this whole mosaique.
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    Why are you so stubborn? The paper states...

    Why are you so stubborn?

    The paper states there is some connection with Croatian Iron Age sample, by Croatian it just means geographic connotation. Not modern Croatian population.

    And they were...
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    I seriously doubt that E-V13 in Sicily/South...

    I seriously doubt that E-V13 in Sicily/South Italy was brought in Early Middle Ages. I thought Messapians were primary candidates due to high E-V13 Z5018 in Apuglia, but now i think Classical Greeks...
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    This book/paper written by Mario Gavranović,...

    This book/paper written by Mario Gavranović, Daniela Heilmann, Aleksandar Kapuran and Marek Verčík (Eds.) in 2020 i think, adds a lot of value to Balkan archeology.
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    The Etruscans were part of Urnfield cultural...

    The Etruscans were part of Urnfield cultural complex, Urnfield consisted of various populations, as well and whether people like it or not they might have been Late Bronze Age intruders from...
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    I don't know, i just saw from Principe's thread...

    I don't know, i just saw from Principe's thread in anthrogenica that E-V13 in South Italy/Sicily is quite diverse, so i guess, if not Messapians then Classical Greeks brought it.

    And what about...
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    Don't be a dick, everyone puts their theories,...

    Don't be a dick, everyone puts their theories, it's not that we are academics and we should be cautious of whatever we say. We make our guesses, we make errors, that's ok, we learn.

    How many times...
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    I cited before the burial rites of the oldest...

    I cited before the burial rites of the oldest attested "Illyrian" tribe Enchelei and surprisingly they differ from Glasinac-Mat tumuli building inhumaters. Enchelei might have been different from the...
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    If those unprofiled R1b-M269 are either R1b-Z2103...

    If those unprofiled R1b-M269 are either R1b-Z2103 or R1b-PF7562 then along with J2b2-L283 it represents the Daunian/Iapygian influence. Daunians could also be one of the Sea Peoples attested as...
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    I am not totally excluding it, let's see. But i...

    I am not totally excluding it, let's see. But i put more bets on Trebeniste Culture and people belonging to it as Enchelei/Dassareti. Who knows. :good_job:

    Perhaps torzio is right as well, that...
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    Late Bronze Age Greece was affected by Danube...

    Late Bronze Age Greece was affected by Danube migrations heavily. Who were they, we don't know but i guess they carried E-V13. Classical Greeks could have carried in Southern Italy then.
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    I think E-V13 has nothing to do with Illyrians...

    I think E-V13 has nothing to do with Illyrians after this.

    It's likely Thracian and possibly Greek marker. I think it should match well the spread of cremation burials in Balkans during Late...
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    Glasinac-Mat Culture: J2b2-L283 Trebeniste...

    Glasinac-Mat Culture: J2b2-L283

    Trebeniste Culture (not Matt-Painted Pottery Culture): E-V13

    i guess. Let's see.
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    The Matt-Painted Pottery Culture was older than...

    The Matt-Painted Pottery Culture was older than Late Bronze Age in South-East Italy and those were the assimilated people by Daunians/Messapians/Iapyges, so Illyrians didn't bring Matt-Painted...
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    Yeah, very interesting, so it looks the original...

    Yeah, very interesting, so it looks the original Daunians/Messapians/Iapyges were J2b2-L283 and R1b-M269.

    As for E-V13 not being found, it's more and more clear it's related with the cremation...
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    I doubt Hammond just made it up, he must have had...

    I doubt Hammond just made it up, he must have had a reliable source for his claim, either indirectly or directly. Either way a connection between Enchelei and Dardanii makes sense on material culture...
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    I am not corresponding with him in private, don't...

    I am not corresponding with him in private, don't make things out of your mind. It's a reasonable conclusion if we consider the differences in burial rites in Early Iron Age. Make a comparison...
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    I am considering to incline a similar view as...

    I am considering to incline a similar view as Aspurg lately.

    The likes of Enchelei whose burial rituals were cremation on a pyre were the earliest "Illyrian" state from Early Iron Age, and as we...
  20. I have never had a particular interest into this...

    I have never had a particular interest into this subclades, especially after Justinian Plague and then Slavic migrations, obviously there was a huge decline and reducement in diversity and then they...
  21. I have read this long time ago, North Albania is...

    I have read this long time ago, North Albania is synonymous with Ghegs. It was ravaged and unfortunately we lost a lot of our brethren and then again the surviving ones repopulated latter. The...
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    I don't know the population affiliation of Log02,...

    I don't know the population affiliation of Log02, it was during MBA, it could very likely be Proto-Greek, or Proto-Illyrian-like (not neccessarily Proto-Illyrian), or Proto-Thracian-like as well. Who...
  23. It's less than the Hotu if i remember correctly....

    It's less than the Hotu if i remember correctly. 45-50% which i find it quite interesting. I would expect Basal Eurasian percentage to peak more in South.
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    If Riverman is right on his assumption, and he...

    If Riverman is right on his assumption, and he links the E-V13 with the blacksmiths and metal-workers of Carpathian Mountains then it's really hard to pinpoint to which ancient population it...
  25. I pretty much doubt it, and this paper is an...

    I pretty much doubt it, and this paper is an attest of why i say so, chert mining was a crucial activity that has been doing during Paleolithic Egypt, the first among human beings:
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