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  1. In another chapter the same duke Porga is called...

    In another chapter the same duke Porga is called Porin. The name is related to Slavic diety Perun (Thor):

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perun
    https://www.britannica.com/topic/Perun



    These...
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    Poll: But what quality of evidence do we have on the...

    But what quality of evidence do we have on the other side?
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    Poll: Science is not based on anecdotes. There is a...

    Science is not based on anecdotes. There is a nice study on Croatian medieval skulls (M. Šlaus) that found the close relation with Poland. The same study found Iranic skulls very distant. Medieval...
  4. Trubachyov is probaly right about the ethimology....

    Trubachyov is probaly right about the ethimology. Two very important Slavic words related to power - bog (God) and župan - are of Iranic origin. Why not ethnonym? All three word probably originate...
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    Poll: Are you trying to conclude something about the...

    Are you trying to conclude something about the origin of the whole nation based on coulple of exotic samples found in the present day population? Your methodology does not seem to be very...
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    Poll: I realy don't get what you want to say with this...

    I realy don't get what you want to say with this bunch of Croatian regional samples.

    However I must react to nonsense about Croatian dialects. Do you know that, nearly at the time when Croats...
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    Poll: It was not neccessarilly a state but a region...

    It was not neccessarilly a state but a region populated by (White) Croats. Neither It was mythical because it was mentioned in more then one historical source.
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    Poll: We are dealing with the I2a-Din haplogroup and...

    We are dealing with the I2a-Din haplogroup and its migration paths. Now we see another evidence that supports its origin from, or nearby, the territory of the early medieval White Croatia.
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    Poll: Wikipedia on Chodove: ...

    Wikipedia on Chodove:



    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chodove

    If the above information was correct then Chodové arrved from the area that was in historical sources known as White Croatia,...
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    Ok, but there are no I2a samples documented for...

    Ok, but there are no I2a samples documented for Avars and Huns.
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    About I2a: not Huns nor Avars but Hungarians...

    About I2a: not Huns nor Avars but Hungarians mixed with Slavs.
  12. That is possible, however it seems that 30% of...

    That is possible, however it seems that 30% of Chernyakhiv in Lithuanians would be too much. It is more likely that 30% of "Balkan like" ancestry in Lithuanians and >50% in Belarussians are actually...
  13. I am afraid that they defined "Balkan ancestry"...

    I am afraid that they defined "Balkan ancestry" as the sum of all present day samples from the region they believe is called "Balkan". That includes Slovenians and Croats which are genetically closer...
  14. According to their web site Lithuania is 30%...

    According to their web site Lithuania is 30% "balkanic". Does it makes any sense? Something is obviously wrong with their definition of the "Balkan" component.
  15. People from that company do not understand what...

    People from that company do not understand what the term "ethnicity" means.

    This is the text in Croatian from their page:



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  16. The amount of the "Balkan ancestry" in...

    The amount of the "Balkan ancestry" in populations depends on how one defines "Balkan ancestry".
  17. 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...
  18. That's what we all believed, I think.

    That's what we all believed, I think.
  19. 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...
  20. 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.
  24. 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?
  25. 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:
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