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    We knew it long time ago it had nothing to do...

    We knew it long time ago it had nothing to do with Italics btw. Many of the subclades in Sicily are not even Z5017/Z5018, so that makes it hard to believe they are Middle Ages there.
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    And why only specific subclades, especially in...

    And why only specific subclades, especially in Sicily, where some old subclades are there. You seem to be quite obsessed with reducing percentages of E-V13 further down in Balkans. I know why you are...
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    I think Dienekes was a great blogger with...

    I think Dienekes was a great blogger with excellent knowledge on history, archaeology, genetics. He might be Lazaridis, who knows, i have no clue.

    But, that he was biased toward Albanians he was....
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    Well, i tend to disagree here, because Tumulus...

    Well, i tend to disagree here, because Tumulus expansion happened in MBA and strictly initially in Carpathian mountains and surroundings while the HRC CA and EBA predate Tumulus.
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    Well, i don't know if you are aware but Middle...

    Well, i don't know if you are aware but Middle Danubian Tumulus Culture didn't exist on pure form how you propose, the Tumulus/HugelgraberKultur major expansion was in Middle Bronze Age, MBA from...
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    Do we have any Y-DNA breakdown of modern...

    Do we have any Y-DNA breakdown of modern Apuglians?
  7. I am talking about Late Chalcolithic/Early Bronze...

    I am talking about Late Chalcolithic/Early Bronze Age, and Romania as a whole can be safely removed from equation. ;-)
  8. We already have Late Neolithic samples from...

    We already have Late Neolithic samples from Bulgaria and there is a lack of E-V13, and we have Early Bronze Age samples from Albania and E-V13 lacks, E-V13 lacks in Croatia as well also Trypillian...
  9. In my opinion, Channeled-Ware + Thraco-Cimmerian...

    In my opinion, Channeled-Ware + Thraco-Cimmerian mix is what made the Daco-Thracians, that would make sense and would give an explanation at why Thracian costumes, horse-breeding and riding...
  10. Not really. Thraco-Cimmerian influence on Italy...

    Not really. Thraco-Cimmerian influence on Italy and Central-Europe is negligible. I don't think some of the very old E-V13 branches in Central Europe are due to Thraco-Cimmerians or Daco-Thracians...
  11. They might have played some minimal role, but...

    They might have played some minimal role, but absolutely nothing significant, at least i am not convinced, sorry.

    We have discussed before, i am of the opinion, in fact, it's very straightforward....
  12. Self-serving hypothesis are not good buddy,...

    Self-serving hypothesis are not good buddy, trying to [Balto-Slavicize, Iranicize] E-V13 is absurd, it has nothing to do with those aforementioned or related people(Thraco-Cimmerians, which is a...
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    From Viminacium paper only E-V13 Z5017 has shown...

    From Viminacium paper only E-V13 Z5017 has shown clear links with Thracian world.
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    I would never guessed that what 23andme wrote...

    I would never guessed that what 23andme wrote about E-V13 spreading from the Balkans toward Central Europe following the river paths during Early Bronze Age was right, and it turns they were very...
  15. What if we know it? :wink:

    What if we know it? :wink:
  16. Recently i come across the belief that the...

    Recently i come across the belief that the Pelasgians indeed could have been E-V13, and they were not Pre-Greek people but Late Bronze Age - Early Iron Age intruders from the Danube.
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  17. Legend says that the leader of this conquerors...

    Legend says that the leader of this conquerors was a Bell Beaker man called Razor Ramon


    https://www.facebook.com/GymFailNation/posts/4466880263409638
  18. Thread: Illyrian DNA?

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    I think so far, from available ancient DNA data...

    I think so far, from available ancient DNA data and archeological data we have digged deep the most probable candidates are J2b2-L283 and R1b-Z2103, E-V13 is still disputed, it depends if the so...
  19. Take in consideration that the upcoming Lazaridis...

    Take in consideration that the upcoming Lazaridis paper about South-East Europe has Psenichevo Culture (Early Iron Age Culture) related to Dubovac-Zuto Brdo/Grla-Mare Culture and both of them...
  20. It was shared here, it was called the Croatian...

    It was shared here, it was called the Croatian paper, i will find it, they were all G2a but not related to the subclade of the Etruscans, one other Encrusted Pottery Culture from Lake Balaton were...
  21. So, the E-L618 was a Cardial survivor indeed. XX...

    So, the E-L618 was a Cardial survivor indeed. XX century B.C



    BAS025 (Arc. ID: BA76): Infantile male burial directly dated to 2132-1949cal BCE (3653 ± 21, MAMS-47168).



    Regarding his...
  22. Poll: Maciamo, what about E-L618/E-V13. This is what...

    Maciamo, what about E-L618/E-V13. This is what you wrote:



    I was also thinking about this scenario, could E-L618 be actually a Late Mesolithic Y-DNA and was assimilated and incorporated by...
  23. The Encrusted Pottery Culture was a Bronze Age...

    The Encrusted Pottery Culture was a Bronze Age Culture from Bronze Age Pannonia, Alps/Carpathian border-zone, they show high survival of male lineages from old Europe, they participated on forming...
  24. I wonder if the G2a/Tyrrhenian ultimate origin...

    I wonder if the G2a/Tyrrhenian ultimate origin was some Encrusted Pottery Culture remain from somewhere from Hungary. Because so far it looks like the Encrusted Pottery Culture during Bronze Age were...
  25. Poll: This is to be expected from the E-V13 tree...

    This is to be expected from the E-V13 tree split(earliest branches are from Germany and Scotland). Then the highest incidence of E-M78/E-L618 from Neolithic Europe is actually from Western European...
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