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  1. it is a hotspot of G2a compared to neighboring...

    it is a hotspot of G2a compared to neighboring areas of UK...
    and such a hotspot is a mark of a settlement wave..
    based on a number of things (some explained in previous posts, some later in this...
  2. that's what i believed for years.... but if...

    that's what i believed for years....

    but if you look my posts above G2a settlements across Europe are marked with tribal group pattern: Umbrians, Ambiani, Kymris, Cymry and Garumna, which all is...
  3. I think now that it may have been other way...

    I think now that it may have been other way around....
    that Cimmerians were G2a people and I2a has travelled with them in scope of Thraco-Cimmerian movement...

    note that archeological DNA from...
  4. something more about italic Umbri ...

    something more about italic Umbri



    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umbrians

    deluge might have been about Black sea deluge
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Sea_deluge_hypothesis

    and we...
  5. I will add explanation for two G2a hotspots in...

    I will add explanation for two G2a hotspots in locations on Atlantic coasts - one in southwest France and once in Belgium..

    soutwest France hotspot judging by location could be legacy of tribe...
  6. if this is comment to my post.... "Etruscans...

    if this is comment to my post.... "Etruscans seems to had lacked G2a" = Etruscans seems to had no G2a
    (lack = miss, not have)



    I will now focus on Celtic connection


    G2a might have arrived...
  7. yes, exactly... Etruscans seems to had lacked...

    yes, exactly...

    Etruscans seems to had lacked G2a, which looks a bit strange considering a hotspot in Lydia - their place of origin, but that likely indicates that G2a spread to Lydia only after...
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    As you know I am proponent of idea that tribal...

    As you know I am proponent of idea that tribal names, as primary identity carriers of tribal people, do sometimes over-live language shifts and cultural changes..

    if we look at R1a map in Iberia...
  9. http://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/26144-R1b-in-...

    http://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/26144-R1b-in-Europe-origins-mostly-from-Phrygians-and-Galatians
  10. author argues that Venedi were not proto-Slavic...

    author argues that Venedi were not proto-Slavic but have assimilated into Slavic....

    i do not think they were celtic or germanic...could have been Balts....

    if you look position of Venedi,...
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    Varna region ...

    Varna region


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Varna
  12. this is saying exactly what I told you.... ...

    this is saying exactly what I told you....

    satem IE speakers Dacians and Thracians went to north where they merged with other satem people - south Balts and Sarmatians,,,,, except Sarmatians,...
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    northern part of Sophia province, area around...

    northern part of Sophia province, area around Sofia city, is the home of Serdi, Celtic tribe that got thracanized

    but the area has very little Celtic R1b
    Sophia province has 2.7% U152 and no...
  14. if they disappear in year 300 AD, how do you...

    if they disappear in year 300 AD, how do you connect them to Slavs that appear around 600 AD?

    Basternae

    1 AD
    http://www.euratlas.net/history/europe/1/entity_15231.jpg

    100 AD...
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    Celtic? some interesting data about I2c...

    Celtic?

    some interesting data about I2c haplogroup and theory about making of Slavs

    http://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/26803-I2c-frequency-and-diversity-maps
    ...
  16. that's not what i am saying... i do not use name...

    that's not what i am saying...
    i do not use name Slavs prior to 6th century.....
    i speak of pre-Slavic people.....

    and i follow Jordanes clue that they chiefly come from race of Venethi that is...
  17. that's your assumption... look at map of R1a...

    that's your assumption...
    look at map of R1a above and tell me:
    did R1a in France arrive with historic Slavs?

    now look at spread gradients in line from France to Italy...
    no historic Slavs were...
  18. exactly.... i think also that north corner of...

    exactly....

    i think also that north corner of Adriatic was held by R1a people...
    and I2a took Danube path to central Europe....

    not sure whether I2a1 and I2a2 could be split due to people of...
  19. that's not what I meant... I do not claim...

    that's not what I meant...

    I do not claim that they were same as other Venethi...

    but that there was Venethi component that gave tribal name and that this component was more and more dilluted...
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    regarding Carvetii in UK... after introducing...

    regarding Carvetii in UK...

    after introducing link of I2c to Croats (Hrvati), it makes sense that it is tribal name related to Croat tribal name...

    btw. link to map of british tribes (the one...
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    In Greece, Peloponese and ancient Macedonia =>...

    In Greece, Peloponese and ancient Macedonia => Dorians
    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/8b/Greek_dialects.png

    in Ireland => Darini
    ...
  22. yes, but that doesnot exclude them for being...

    yes, but that doesnot exclude them for being Celtic in culture....

    if 2 of 3 brothers are considered Celtic, what is 3rd brother?

    regarding your earlier post that Galicia in Ukraine is not...
  23. cultures are unaware of genetics... in Greek...

    cultures are unaware of genetics...

    in Greek myths Illyrius was brother to Celtus and Galas... Galatians is used as second name for Celts....

    so, Illyrians and Scordisci and Serdi are all...
  24. I forgot Moesians among Veneti my conclusion:...

    I forgot Moesians among Veneti

    my conclusion:

    ancient race of Venethi are: Dacians, Thracians, Moesians and few north Dalmatian tribes (Libourni and Iapodes)...they origin from ancient Venethi...
  25. that is actually quite interesting data regarding...

    that is actually quite interesting data regarding this topic....

    as I wrote before

    http://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/27558-origin-of-tribal-names

    PIE words related to tribal names of...
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