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    The I2a-CTS10228-Y3120 YFull tree is quite...

    The I2a-CTS10228-Y3120 YFull tree is quite Slavic. The anomaly is Y18331, which has zero of the many East European and Balkan non-Jewish Slavs who are CTS10228. Jews were not native to East Europe,...
  2. This is yet another study in which the...

    This is yet another study in which the Peloponnese and Crete genetically overlap/are close to each other.
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    “Don't really understand which study you refer to...

    “Don't really understand which study you refer to mate. Also, the attachments don't show (i also struggle with this when i attach images, hence why i immediately edit the comment by deleting the...
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    Here are data from an earlier study on the...

    Here are data from an earlier study on the Peloponnese, Crete and Sicily that seem to corroborate this study. The earlier study argues for a maritime Neolithic colonization of Europe, from the...
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    “You still have Y23115 (formed 2100ybp) in...

    “You still have Y23115 (formed 2100ybp) in Eastern Europe besides the parallel subclades”

    Every one of them is a Jewish male. None of them are non-Jewish Slavs. I already mentioned the Chuvash...
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    “Just accept it and be done with it, that your...

    “Just accept it and be done with it, that your ancestors were Slavic speaking. They mostly likely penetrated Greece early on as a compact tribe.”

    A compact tribe? The Y18331 Greeks are found...
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    Right now there is zero proof that Y18331 came to...

    Right now there is zero proof that Y18331 came to Greece as part of the Slavic migrations. The Dinaric branches formed a long time before the Slavic migrations. Without evidence, who is to say that...
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    “It would be like refusing to say I2a in Greeks...

    “It would be like refusing to say I2a in Greeks today has Slavic origin since its been in Greek people for 1400 years. When talking about origins, its perfectly correct to state it as non-greek, and...
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    In the very study of this thread, modern Greeks...

    In the very study of this thread, modern Greeks have a substantial amount of Early Neolithic Farmer genes, stating genetic continuity with Mycenaeans but with more Steppe admixture. Maybe we should...
  10. It looks like I2a1 was around central Europe and...

    It looks like I2a1 was around central Europe and the Balkans long before Slavic ethnogenesis. Not sure if or how that complicates things, as I2a1-Dinaric is strongly associated with Slavs. IE...
  11. Late Neolithic/Early BA Settlement Found in Euboea, Greece

    An interesting find that includes some human bones.

    https://greece.greekreporter.com/2019/08/09/prehistoric-settlement-unearthed-in-karystos-on-greeces-evia-island/amp/
  12. The ancient Greek in the similarity map accords...

    The ancient Greek in the similarity map accords well with the Mycenaean study and another study that shows Aegean Greek islanders are closer to Sicilians and southern Italians than mainland Greeks,...
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    You would need to be tested for the I2a subclade....

    You would need to be tested for the I2a subclade. It appears clear that most of the so-called Dinaric branches of I2a were brought by Slavic speakers. Looking at data for branches of CTS10228-Y3120,...
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    A lot of modern Greeks have a “Mediterranean”...

    A lot of modern Greeks have a “Mediterranean” look, and a lot of them don’t. Some look like the people in ancient vases. A lot have dark brown hair and brown eyes. Of course these looks are not...
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    I don’t think it matters that much, that Balkan...

    I don’t think it matters that much, that Balkan populations were omitted from the Peloponnese study of medieval Slavic impact. Balkan populations and Slavs settled in Greece and had a genetic impact,...
  16. One of the papers cited above states that...

    One of the papers cited above states that mainland Greeks are only slightly different than the other populations in the Mediterranean continuum. The Peloponnesian study shows slight overlapping and...
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    Poll: “You raised a lot of questions but gave no...

    “You raised a lot of questions but gave no alternative explanations.”

    In post #1435 above, I posited that the northern Black Sea region may have been where Y18331 formed. That might explain the...
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    Poll: Questioning whether one branch was spread by...

    Questioning whether one branch was spread by Slavs in no way denies that much of CTS10228 was spread by Slavs. The East Europeans in Y18331 appear to be all Jewish men, and thus not “Slavs,” per se....
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    Does anyone know if any genetic studies are...

    Does anyone know if any genetic studies are coming soon from ancient Greece? They found a lot of skeletons from the archaic period, thought to be Cylon’s followers who were killed when he tried to do...
  20. There are a lot of Jews downstream of Y23115,...

    There are a lot of Jews downstream of Y23115, which is under A10959. They may all be Jewish. The FTDNA I2a project has names like Rosen, Moses, Chaim, Sholom, Feldman, etc. The results are on page...
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    Poll: “Greece has the highest diversity of I-CTS10228...

    “Greece has the highest diversity of I-CTS10228 in Balkan for now, at least a half ethnic Greeks with Dinaric results are I-Y18331. How this subclade finish in Greece nobody knows. Except for Greece...
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    Poll: The A10959 branches in which so far there are...

    The A10959 branches in which so far there are only Greeks and East European Jews split off from the parent branch A10959 an estimated 2,000 years ago, per YFull. Y66192 has the Greeks and downstream...
  23. Sorry I meant 1598 for Juan Griego. ...

    Sorry I meant 1598 for Juan Griego.

    http://i2aproject.blogspot.com/2017/05/may-2017-draft-trees-for-i-l621-and-i.html?m=1
  24. We tend to think of Slavic invasions from the...

    We tend to think of Slavic invasions from the north when it comes to Greeks, but with the small amount of Steppe ancestry in Mycenaeans that was found so far, it looks like the north was coming in at...
  25. The Latin Americans likely descend from a Greek...

    The Latin Americans likely descend from a Greek ancestor or ancestors. There was someone named Juan Griego. The Chuvash men belong to the same family, from what I read/understood at the FTDNA blog. ...
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