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    It's interesting because they reflect the history...

    It's interesting because they reflect the history of the region since antiquatty to the modern day. Unlike other places there has not been a founder's effect or a population replacement. But I would...
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    1) Sorry about the paragraphs. 2) I most...

    1) Sorry about the paragraphs.

    2) I most definitely do not demand expect or hope you fully trust what I am saying. Doubt, questioning and criticism are important

    3) I never questioned the...
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    I meant that I am sceptic about the sample size...

    I meant that I am sceptic about the sample size and it's verification. I do not trust Eupedia for such in depth analysis.
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    I am sceptic about the one in Cyclades. It could...

    I am sceptic about the one in Cyclades. It could be a recent mutation. It may be that our sample size is very small. It could be a certain colonisation of the islands before the Mycenaean period....
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    It most likely arrived to the peloponnese from...

    It most likely arrived to the peloponnese from somewhere. I don't know though if this was in late pre historic times. It totally could be there for many thousands year's, seeing how haplogroup E...
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    Yeah I know what you mean. It's clear that...

    Yeah I know what you mean. It's clear that southern Italy and southern balkans have historic and subsequently genetic ties.

    It could be possible Also for Dorian's to have some I2 a different...
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    Well yes I guess. But In such a tight and...

    Well yes I guess. But In such a tight and interconnected geographic area such as the Southern Balkans especially if we consider that this is the region where this particular haplogroup E v13 appeared...
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    [QUOTE=Dushman;622058]From Wikipedia alone I...

    [QUOTE=Dushman;622058]From Wikipedia alone I understand the following:

    found that while Greek colonization left little significant genetic contribution, data analysis sampling 12 sites in the...
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    [QUOTE=blevins13;622055]One question only, was...

    [QUOTE=blevins13;622055]One question only, was E-V13 dominant haplogroup in Peloponnesus before 1200 BC or was a latter addition?


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    As I have explained before my...
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    First of all. You sound like the guy, who has a...

    First of all. You sound like the guy, who has a conclusion before looking into it. And then he rushes to create an images to prove the pre concluded scenario.

    If you know villages in Arcadia, or...
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    I've seen all of you big brain's talking about...

    I've seen all of you big brain's talking about genes etc. Let me add to the discussion a historical fact. Let's answer the question "what happened to the Arvanites of thessaly?". Short answer: The...
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    I am not having a hard time counting the...

    I am not having a hard time counting the Arvanites at all! I wrote my thesis on them. I didn't refer to Greek sources aside of Korilos corrections. I referred to Finlay, Philpson, Hahn. And honestly,...
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    And apparently I was being stupid. Sorry. I am...

    And apparently I was being stupid. Sorry. I am having a hard time telling sarcasm online. Text message and the many albanians actually believing those things make it even harder.
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    I was under the impression this was a serious...

    I was under the impression this was a serious chat Room. Let me explain you a thing or two. 1)Haplogroups don't correspond with ethnc groups. (Haplogroup E is common throughout Greece, southern Italy...
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    No... No... No...

    No... No... No...
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    [QUOTE=ihype02;621946]I didn't read all that, I...

    [QUOTE=ihype02;621946]I didn't read all that, I don't have the energy.
    But I will share this:
    "In all the Villages and Country about Athens, the Ināˆ£habitants are most Albaneses; and they are here...
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    Dear friend. I will presume that your interest on...

    Dear friend. I will presume that your interest on this matter is genuine. So I'll answer you likewise. The arrival and settlement of the Arvanites in Greece, has been perhaps the least studied part...
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    I am not talking about the Central_Greek on...

    I am not talking about the Central_Greek on Gedmatch. There is a different category called Greek_Attica. A sample collected From an inhabitant with full ancestry From Attica, a region with high...
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    You are painfully wrong. For starters. In the...

    You are painfully wrong. For starters. In the pelloponese, the total population of Turks (Muslims) was 42.750 before the revolution, not 100.000. After the revolution, the total Turkish Population of...
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