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  1. Wow, nice, really great and scientific...

    Wow, nice, really great and scientific conversation about a paternal haplogroup. Really nice!
  2. Thank you, Neo-Bulwark!

    Thank you, Neo-Bulwark!
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    Poll: Interesting read:...

    Interesting read:
    http://www.genealogywise.com/profiles/blogs/haplogroup-i2a1-l621-cts10228-y3120
  4. The only Pictish haplogroup what I've found were...

    The only Pictish haplogroup what I've found were R1b, can you please share your source? Thank you!
  5. Ha-ha! Which culture do you label as Proto-Slav?...

    Ha-ha!
    Which culture do you label as Proto-Slav? Or which culture belonged the I2a-L621 (and it's subclades)?
  6. Thread: Illyrian DNA?

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    Wow, thank you for the fine and fast answers!...

    Wow, thank you for the fine and fast answers!
    Very interesting, thanks a lot!
  7. Thread: Illyrian DNA?

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    Illyrian DNA?

    Hello there!

    Is there any reliable source of Illyrian DNA? On these forums I mostly see nationalistic ramblings, nothing too objective info, but maybe I didn't watch carefully. If you have any...
  8. My main interest is who were the I2a-L621 people...

    My main interest is who were the I2a-L621 people before became Slavs.
  9. On Facebook there is a site called "Praistorija...

    On Facebook there is a site called "Praistorija na Srbije i Balkana", which shared an entry written by Goran Šarić. If the translator worked properly he wrote about how much is a scam to not connect...
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    Maybe, at least some of them, were Celts. ...

    Maybe, at least some of them, were Celts.

    https://phylogeographer.com/the-different-paths-of-the-sons-of-slavic-chieftain-i2-y3120-who-lived-200-bc/
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    https://phylogeographer.com/the-different-paths-of...

    https://phylogeographer.com/the-different-paths-of-the-sons-of-slavic-chieftain-i2-y3120-who-lived-200-bc/
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    More infos on haplogroups would be nice.

    More infos on haplogroups would be nice.
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    Poll: Any toughts on this entry? ...

    Any toughts on this entry?

    https://phylogeographer.com/the-different-paths-of-the-sons-of-slavic-chieftain-i2-y3120-who-lived-200-bc/
  14. Can you elaborate on the "Bulgarian Slavs" part,...

    Can you elaborate on the "Bulgarian Slavs" part, please?

    My main question all the time the same: but who were the I2a people before the White Croat or Slavic ethnogenesis?
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    Guys, what do you think about this? ...

    Guys, what do you think about this?

    https://bosnjackidnk.com/i-s17250-zakapratska-centralna/
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    Hello there! Unfortunately the most of the...

    Hello there!

    Unfortunately the most of the I2a1b (and subclade forums) are pretty silents.
    I only know my Y side til I-S17250 and don't know deeper subclades.

    I'm not sure here, and hope...
  17. Sticky: Thank you for your work! Distance to:...

    Thank you for your work!



    Distance to:
    Szigmund


    3.57528020
    33.20% Mesolithic_East_Europeans_(EHG)_(n=10) + 66.80% Villanovans_(n=2)
  18. The TMRCA 1850 ybp of S17250 (according to...

    The TMRCA 1850 ybp of S17250 (according to https://www.yfull.com/tree/I-S17250/ ) is very interesting, because the first sources of the Slavs are from 6th century, so app. 350 years later (for sure...
  19. So... Are the I2-Din guys are Illyrian...

    So... Are the I2-Din guys are Illyrian descendants, or Bastarnae, or Thracian...?
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    Poll: @Demetrios, amazing, thank you! EDIT:...

    @Demetrios, amazing, thank you!

    EDIT: interestingly, on the Wikipedia article the Przeworsk culture mentioned as local with Celtic elements, but in the Hungarian archeological literature it's...
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    Poll: Wow, what a fast answer, thank you! I know...

    Wow, what a fast answer, thank you!

    I know this tree, but my pervertion is connect hgs with archeological cultures, and this picture don't mention any of them.
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    Poll: So do you think that I-Y3120 was Celtic, and...

    So do you think that I-Y3120 was Celtic, and I-Y18331 was Bastarnae. Then what about I-S17250? They get separated from the Bastarnea, and became membes "local" Celtic tribes in Northern parts (todays...
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    Poll: I think this video can be connected to the I2-Din...

    I think this video can be connected to the I2-Din travelling routes:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLrMjNtAy8M&feature=youtu.be
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    Poll: What is your toughts on Mygrations map? It says...

    What is your toughts on Mygrations map?
    It says about the the I-S17250 and its ancestors the following:
    Funnelbeaker-> Baden -> Corded Ware -> Unetice -> Urnfield -> La Tene -> Roman Empire

    So,...
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    Poll: This is the question of endonym and exonym, not...

    This is the question of endonym and exonym, not Romans or not... For example the aformentioned "Celt" is a Greek name, not Roman (Latin). They called them Gaul/Gall.
    For example, Germany called...
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