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    But I always thought (and I still have that...

    But I always thought (and I still have that opinion) that R1a came to Iran and Afghanistan (once Persia) - Iranian Plateau with IndoEuropean migration (so called Aryan branch) 2500-3000 BC, who...
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    But friend, what this map is showing would mean...

    But friend, what this map is showing would mean that R1a practically came from Middle East and Arabian peninsula? I would never suspect somethin like that, it's shocking to be honest if this is true...
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    I really do not understand some things about this...

    I really do not understand some things about this map, first of all, in which time would you place R1a (blue colored) on this map? And how is this connected than to IE people of Kurgan Cultures, like...
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    This is true, also modern day Gypsies troughout...

    This is true, also modern day Gypsies troughout Europe are mainly carriers of Y-DNA haplogroup H, isn't that right? Gypsies came from India/Pakistan area, and I would say they are descendants of...
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    Y-DNA of Sumerians?

    Well considering that Sumerians are the first human civilization in true meaning of word: civilization, and they are pre-semitic people of Mesopotamia with unknown origin and with non-semitic...
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    It's very sad to see that people insult each...

    It's very sad to see that people insult each other here on racial and nationalistic levels, this forum is better than that... We cannot allow ourselfs to be slaves of our emotions sometimes (like...
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    First of all, let me ask you this: where is the...

    First of all, let me ask you this: where is the written historical evidence that pre-roman tribes and cultures of area of today Croatia, Bosnia and western Serbia called themselfs as "Illyrians"?...
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    They told that in times when Romans themselfs...

    They told that in times when Romans themselfs were not exactly the original Romans/Latins before they started to expand their rule over Etruscans, Ligures (both non-indoeuropean by origin) Sabinians...
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    Wouldn't you say people that Celtic tribes of...

    Wouldn't you say people that Celtic tribes of Bronze and Iron Age of Europe were very similar by genetic to Italic "indoeuropean" tribes, for example to LATINS, considering R1b?
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    Or... check this out: Illyrians is not ethnic...

    Or... check this out: Illyrians is not ethnic term if you are reffering on roman province Illricum, why? Because Romans did not care how or how much land will they call by certain name into their...
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    In what parallel universe? Here are the...

    In what parallel universe?

    Here are the facts:

    Croats have 52% of I haplogroups and Serbs 40%, Croats have 5% of E1b1b, Serbs have 20%, Croats have R1b 30% and Serbs 15%, you see the...
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    Kosovo Albanians Haplogroups?

    I was wondering is there any data about haplogroups of Kosovo albanians because I'm interested to see is there any big difference between them and albanians from Albania? Because on this table there...
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    Maciamo what do you think about this table I've...

    Maciamo what do you think about this table I've made:

    Most Greco-Neolithic countries in Europe (E1b1b + J2 + G2a):

    1. Greece: around 51%
    2. Albania: around 48%
    3. Bulgaria: around 45%
    4....
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    Maybe your view of this video is "wrong" in terms...

    Maybe your view of this video is "wrong" in terms of "non european" and "european" term I used in video but that doesn't change the fact that overall video shows things how they are in Europe...
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    So people, what do you think about video I've...

    So people, what do you think about video I've made and uploaded to youtube? here it is:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5wiSsUPfjw

    As "non-european" HG's I've named HG's such as J1, Q, T &...
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    I'm sorry I thought about E, I've put "B" by...

    I'm sorry I thought about E, I've put "B" by mistake, I'm writing to fast :) Jesus christ and I don't treat people with E,J as "inferior" people, all that I've said was about what is the main...
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    Well, this means that Croatians are by genetic...

    Well, this means that Croatians are by genetic THE oldest Europeans :)
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    As many users said before, the main difference...

    As many users said before, the main difference between Croats and rest of "ex-yugoslavs" (except Slovenians) is croatian lack of E,J haplogroups which make a significant proportions in Serbs,...
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    No offence but you make some basic mistakes in...

    No offence but you make some basic mistakes in your approach to I2a2, yes it's true that there is 50% of I2a2 in Bosnia, (In Croatia I2a2 is 42%), but you cannot come here and name that haplogroup as...
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    "mother bosnia", are you a retard? Dalmatia, only...

    "mother bosnia", are you a retard? Dalmatia, only half of dalmatia was under Kingdom of Bosnia for 4 years (1386-1390)... HEY... 4 GOD DAMN YEARS... and rest of 1500 years from 6th century till today...
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    thx for this information, I suspected it's...

    thx for this information, I suspected it's somethin like that :)
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    It was a time that someone opened a thread about...

    It was a time that someone opened a thread about Montenegro dna :) anyway... thx for results, interesting...
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    Hm... so all 7% which is missing belonges to H1?...

    Hm... so all 7% which is missing belonges to H1? but why would anyone make research on gypsies in Albania, knowing this is a genetical research only on autohtone ethnic people of every and each...
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    Haplogroups in Albanians

    Hello, I'm opening this thread because I don't understand something when it comes albanians... I went on page from this site: http://www.eupedia.com/europe/european_y-dna_haplogroups.shtml

    And I...
  25. 1. I apologize if I was little bit harsh, but...

    1. I apologize if I was little bit harsh, but that guy really upset my nerves :) anyway... didn't I said how Turks brought J1 to some countries in south east europe? before turks invaded european...
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