Eupedia Forums
Site NavigationEupedia Top > Eupedia Forum & Japan Forum

Search:

Type: Posts; User: blevins13

Page 1 of 26 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. Seems a logical outcome Sent from my iPhone...

    Seems a logical outcome


    Sent from my iPhone using Eupedia Forum
  2. Replies
    27
    Views
    1,614

    Finally we are getting somewhere....it seems that...

    Finally we are getting somewhere....it seems that the apples have not fallen far from the tree.


    Sent from my iPhone using Eupedia Forum
  3. Replies
    24
    Views
    1,106

    Thanks Angela, read and did not see anything new...

    Thanks Angela, read and did not see anything new from the old discussion. I hoped for new genetic evidence.


    Sent from my iPhone using Eupedia Forum
  4. Replies
    24
    Views
    1,106

    I can’t see the document... Sent from my...

    I can’t see the document...


    Sent from my iPhone using Eupedia Forum
  5. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    Genetic Origins of Minoans and Mycenaeans

    No way, you are say things that I never said or inferred. I never expressed what is better nor concluded in any sense of purity.

    Again, the questions of identity and ethnicity depends on "which...
  6. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    I thought the discussion was Dna to be used as a...

    I thought the discussion was Dna to be used as a tool to validate history.

    My y-Dna tells me the following:

    The questions of identity and ethnicity depends on "which Y-DNA branch?" and...
  7. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    Genetic Origins of Minoans and Mycenaeans

    I really do not understand your point of view.
    100 years ago, all it mattered was the paternal line, paternal father name. The wifes that my male ancestor took during their journey do not alter...
  8. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    11726 This is a hypothesis not a speculation....

    11726

    This is a hypothesis not a speculation.



    Sent from my iPhone using Eupedia Forum
  9. Replies
    2,253
    Views
    146,573

    11713 The Vlachs (Aromanian) large presence in...

    11713

    The Vlachs (Aromanian) large presence in South Albanian probably explain my strong connection to these samples, but I am not sure how to explain yours.? Can you shed some light on that? I...
  10. Replies
    2,253
    Views
    146,573

    Mytrueancestry.com

    1170711708

    I get so much Roman mostly for the samples from Hungary.....how we know they are Roman? At that time borders were protected by soldiers from Illyricani.


    Sent from my iPhone using...
  11. Thread: 2020

    by blevins13
    Replies
    1
    Views
    191

    2020

    Prosper year for all the members here, and hopefully some enlightenment and logic for 2020 contributions and debates.


    Sent from my iPhone using Eupedia Forum
  12. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    After so many years of research, science has not...

    After so many years of research, science has not agreed on the migration path of the proto Greeks and that is a pity. Personally I believe that proto-Greeks came from Anatolia, but cannot exclude...
  13. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    Interesting info, but still your point of view is...

    Interesting info, but still your point of view is not clear to me, in relation with tumulus burials.

    I just want to understand your point of view for the proto-Greeks (or the carries of the...
  14. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    I am not discussing Epirus or anything, I just...

    I am not discussing Epirus or anything, I just want to understand your point of view for the proto-Greeks (or the carries of the indoeuropian language that become Greek language), do you related...
  15. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    What is this crap all over the board?! Sent...

    What is this crap all over the board?!


    Sent from my iPhone using Eupedia Forum
  16. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    Genetic Origins of Minoans and Mycenaeans

    You did not answer the question:
    Are proto -Greeks related to tumulus burials in the West- Balkans (Eastern Adriatic)or not?


    Sent from my iPhone using Eupedia Forum
  17. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    In order to divide who is who, one simple...

    In order to divide who is who, one simple question should be raised here:
    Are proto -Greeks related to tumulus burials in the West- Balkans or not?

    Consider this as well before you answer.
    ...
  18. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    Again off topic....let’s not ruin this thread as...

    Again off topic....let’s not ruin this thread as well....we ask from the Greek government to show us the DNA of the Macedonian bones...bones do not lie.


    Sent from my iPhone using Eupedia Forum
  19. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    Let’s not go back in Macedonia here again....but...

    Let’s not go back in Macedonia here again....but since no bones than no proof.1168811689


    Sent from my iPhone using Eupedia Forum
  20. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    What is wrong with my heritage, I get similar...

    What is wrong with my heritage, I get similar from 23 and me, and ancestry? I do not notice any big difference.


    Sent from my iPhone using Eupedia Forum
  21. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    Here is not a matter of floating or finding...

    Here is not a matter of floating or finding similarities with our neighbors. Here is a matter of understanding and dividing different paths of different populations. To me, y-Dna is a great tool to...
  22. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    Genetic Origins of Minoans and Mycenaeans

    No sure if I understand your point here, autosomal to divide Greeks and Albanian is useless, Y-Dna is the only tool usable for this purpose. I am hoping that you are not suggesting that Greeks and...
  23. Replies
    1,955
    Views
    237,256

    In patriarchal cultures y-Dna is an essential key...

    In patriarchal cultures y-Dna is an essential key to understand ancestry. Albanian speakers come from a small homogeneous group of people so their Y-Dna is key and essential to understand the journey...
  24. Replies
    439
    Views
    45,699

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    Just to set the record straight.
    Gjergj Kastrioti (aka Skenderbeg) did not lose, he died of old age (62 years). His enemies (Ottomans), open his grave after his death and made amulets from his bones...
  25. Replies
    439
    Views
    45,699

    Being blonde doesn’t say anything in relation...

    Being blonde doesn’t say anything in relation with Albanians.


    Sent from my iPhone using Eupedia Forum
Results 1 to 25 of 643
Page 1 of 26 1 2 3 4