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  1. 15 years in genetic field isn't fresh, genetics...

    15 years in genetic field isn't fresh, genetics have come a long way since then don't act stupid and I brought up studies to inform yourself better on the current views in archaeology not your own...
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    >Lithuanian barrow culture is insignificant in...

    >Lithuanian barrow culture is insignificant in current discussion trend, because it is only Lithuanian locality and can't be a source for both Latvian and Lithuanian N1a.

    How is it insignificant?...
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    It would be hard to link that Latvian/Lithuanian...

    It would be hard to link that Latvian/Lithuanian belonged to Brushed Pottery culture, so it is belonging to Dniepr-Dvina culture. (Well... there are publications, that points to that Dniepr-Dvina...
  4. "I don't think you grasp, N also is a clade and...

    "I don't think you grasp, N also is a clade and that N-L1025 also can have downstream clades - they are not constricted on how many child branches they can have, so 93% of Lithuanian N can belong to...
  5. What I'm saying, Balto-Slavic unity Baltic-Slavic...

    What I'm saying, Balto-Slavic unity Baltic-Slavic is semantics over terminology even Toporov or Kortlandt as late as 2018 said Slavic could be described basically as South-Baltic, a more neutral name...
  6. You're showing your insecurities , about this...

    You're showing your insecurities , about this Balto-Slavic unity, what is clear Balto-Slavic languages share set linguistic features and vocabulary and are the most related languages. The question...
  7. First of all none of Balts carry N-VL29 , all N1...

    First of all none of Balts carry N-VL29 , all N1 in Balts is downstream from it from a younger clade it as I've mentioned above under N-L1025, I don't think you grasp this. Moreover there's no...
  8. >Yeah, there is also other problem, where modern...

    >Yeah, there is also other problem, where modern Baltic was also influenced by Mari languages

    What? Baltic languages weren't influenced by Mari languages, the only visible influence on Baltic...
  9. Kalevi Wiik isn't renowned among scholars...

    Kalevi Wiik isn't renowned among scholars received many critique and many of his theories are rejected.
  10. >How Litva could fight powerfull Karela in 11c...

    >How Litva could fight powerfull Karela in 11c AD?
    Up until about 1180~ served as mercenaries/auxiliaries for Polotsk dukes and were under their influence so they might have or not served their...
  11. Lithuanian involvement was mainly with Novgorod...

    Lithuanian involvement was mainly with Novgorod it was just that Karelia was contested region and Swedes with Novgorod fought over control of it, Lithuanians supported Swedes.


    1183 – 1184 m....
  12. There's also a birch bark letter saying that in...

    There's also a birch bark letter saying that in 1066 Lithuanians attacked Karelia.

    Novgorod treebark tablet #590


    Also there was some Lithuanian involvement in Novgorod/Ingria later on in...
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