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    Same case as with Britannia:...

    Same case as with Britannia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Britannia The country got its name from the name of a Roman province.
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    You should know that the term "lingua Illyrica"...

    You should know that the term "lingua Illyrica" and simmilar has nothing to do with the ancient Illyrians. It was a kind of a fashion in the middle ages and later, among the western intellectuals, to...
  3. I can understand that. However, in 7-9th century...

    I can understand that. However, in 7-9th century Dalmatia we can't see other archeological cultures beside Croatian and local Roman ones. It seems that even Serbian archeologists have difficulties to...
  4. Take it as a convention to express that some...

    Take it as a convention to express that some Slavs were part of the Bulgian (non Slavic) society durring early middle ages.



    The Slavic branch of I2a people is quite young. Durring the...
  5. The simplest explanation would be that R1a and...

    The simplest explanation would be that R1a and I2a came from medieval Croats and Bulgarian Slavs, E1b from Romans and early Albanians. ;)
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    These are the 19th century fairtales. :D ...

    These are the 19th century fairtales. :D
    "Publisher: Realschulbuchh., 1816" :D

    Austrian Slavists and historians of that time had pretty much distroded view of the ethnicities in the area...
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    That was my point. Before the establishment of...

    That was my point. Before the establishment of the modern Serbian language (created by Vuk Karadžić), it wasn't unusual for the Serbs to speak different languages. Could that be the reason why...
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    I agree. These never existed as real ethnicities....

    I agree. These never existed as real ethnicities.

    On the other hand, it is possible that members of any ethnic group become Serbs, even massively, only by falling under the Serbian Church...
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    To make it all that even more clear let me point...

    To make it all that even more clear let me point to an observation of Russin consule Aleksandar Fedorovič Giljferding (Александар Федорович Гиљфердинг) who visited Serbia and neighbouring lands in...
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    I already explained what ethnonym Servian meant...

    I already explained what ethnonym Servian meant in Venetian and Italian sources. It had regional meaning.

    The Church Slavonic term "Srblji" was used in texts produced by Serbian notars and...
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    Regarding Austrian archives, there is also all...

    Regarding Austrian archives, there is also all kinds of nonsense there, especially in the light of the fact that, durring 18th and 19th centuries, Austria, as a Catholic empire, had a large problem...
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    There are numerous documents that show that...

    There are numerous documents that show that people from Kotor (Cattaro), especially those who were using Slavic language, considered themselves Croats througout history. However, the confusion about...
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    You made nothing "clear". You started with false...

    You made nothing "clear". You started with false premise. There was no such ethnicity as "Catholic Serbs". It is logically impossible! It would be something. like Hindu Muslim or wooden iron.
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    So you started your topic called "The Serbian...

    So you started your topic called "The Serbian nation and their genetics" by claiming that the large part of Croatian nation are actually Serbs. Really?

    Why do you need that maneuver, I mean, to...
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    In his book Serbia: The history of the Name, the...

    In his book Serbia: The history of the Name, the British historian of Serbian roots Stevan K. Pavlović wrote:

    "I could not isolate a dispersed group of people called Serbs, which lives with other...
  19. 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...
  22. 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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