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  1. http://www.njekomb.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/...

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  2. What were Y-lineages of the Illyrians of Italy

    We are already aware of Messapics and such. But what about the Illyrians that, according to Leonard Robert Palmer, assimilated into the east italics and oscans. He even says something interesting...
  3. Something which further problematizes a central...

    Something which further problematizes a central european origin of Greek is Mycenaean Y-Dna being J2a.

    This fits perfectly the model proposed by Eric Hamp in 2013 where Greek is originally part...
  4. Luwian, and Albanian, are non-Centum, but not...

    Luwian, and Albanian, are non-Centum, but not Satem either:

    "“Thus, the three-way IE reconstructed voiced ~ voiceless ~ voiced aspirated system of obstruents has been reduced, as in many IE...
  5. Where do we hve phillistine dna?

    Where do we hve phillistine dna?
  6. He was born a couple of kilometers from Skopje...

    He was born a couple of kilometers from Skopje (Scupi in antiquity) which was a dardanian stronghold if not one of their capitals. He also built justiniana prima and justiniana secunda further west...
  7. The Illyriciani: ...

    The Illyriciani:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D-FnUxbXkAEEQcE?format=jpg&name=large
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    It is EV13. But I am now also wondering about...

    It is EV13. But I am now also wondering about Iranian J2b-M241 that is also there in Yazd in persians.

    If it is L283 and if its TMRCA's also line up with Macedonian conquest then we have a pretty...
  9. Yes that's absolutely true. As it is also true...

    Yes that's absolutely true. As it is also true for Maciamo's article, which omitted Illyrians and Thracians despite mentioning Goths, Slavs, and even Iranic tribes.

    We can speculate within...
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    Interesting. Yes E1b in general is related to...

    Interesting. Yes E1b in general is related to africa, but Ev13 is indo european and mostly absent from africa. I saw many other indo european haplogroups among afro iranians which is probably...
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    Cyrus, is there anything Azeri, Afro-Iranians,...

    Cyrus, is there anything Azeri, Afro-Iranians, Kurds, Assyrians, Persians and Yazd Zoroastrians have in common?

    I don't know Iran history in depth to have a grasp of the picture. All these people...
  12. Which languages brought early EV13 into SE Europe?

    Maciamos's position seems to be that it could have been brought by Mycaneans and also Dorians from Central Europe:

    "The first Indo-European migration to Greece was that of the Mycenaeans from c....
  13. According to Hamp it is. "Apple" in Albanian...

    According to Hamp it is.

    "Apple" in Albanian is "mollė", a loan word from Ancient Doric Greek according to Schumacher & Matzinger, so the original Alb one was replaced in this scenario.

    Yes, Hamp...
  14. Accidentally downvoted, meant to upvote

    Accidentally downvoted, meant to upvote
  15. Eric Hamp's mature position was that the...

    Eric Hamp's mature position was that the "North-West IE" (Italic-Celtic-Phrygian according to him) were the first inhabitants of the Hallstatt. He was a specialist of Celtic and one of the most...
  16. Linguist E. Hamp argued that the Greek language...

    Linguist E. Hamp argued that the Greek language originated in the Caucasus due to its Indo-Iranian and Armenian affinities. While Albanian shares a large number of unique words only with Greek, it...
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    What about EV13 in Iran? Do we know when it got...

    What about EV13 in Iran? Do we know when it got there? Do the EV13 people of Iran (marked in yellow) have anything in common with respect to iranian history:

    https://i.imgur.com/u9UryKy.png
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    Do you have any more in depth information about...

    Do you have any more in depth information about which clades of J2 and E1b1b1 these zoroastranians belong to?
  19. Don't worry I just posted it to complement your...

    Don't worry I just posted it to complement your statement, as I always thought it was weird why albanian has so little Indo-Iranian and Armenian links compared to Greek, and your scenario made sense....
  20. Thanks. According to Vladimir Orel, Albanian...

    Thanks. According to Vladimir Orel, Albanian actually doesn't share many features with Armenian, or Indo-Iranian. Very few shared specific Isoglosses. He is to be taken with a grain of salt, but if...
  21. "Eric Hamp, who has been the most careful and...

    "Eric Hamp, who has been the most careful and conservative of specialists on Albanian dealing with this issue, has decided that the evidence linking Albanian to Messapic, which in turn has been...
  22. Can you refer me to where Hamp says this? He...

    Can you refer me to where Hamp says this? He wrote a billion things so its not easy to find his different ideas
  23. And albanian Zjarm (pronounced zyarm)

    And albanian Zjarm (pronounced zyarm)
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    So Sfakia has lowest Near East, lowest shared...

    So Sfakia has lowest Near East, lowest shared Italian ancestry, lowest shared Andalusian ancestry, lowest shared Slavic ancestry.


    Some quotes from the suplement paper:

    " It is worth noting...
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    Also interesting, within Crete, Sfakia, Anoyia,...

    Also interesting, within Crete, Sfakia, Anoyia, and Lassithi Plateu stand out as having among the highest IBDs, whilst having low IBD with each other.

    https://i.imgur.com/rMctOUl.png
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