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    What you said about E-V13 can also be said about...

    What you said about E-V13 can also be said about R1b and J2b. This does not make R1b and J2b Ottoman era founder effects.
    This has more to do with population boost after the 15th century rather than...
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    Bruzmi supported a West Balkan origin of E-V13...

    Bruzmi supported a West Balkan origin of E-V13 and not a founder effect. Now he switched because bringing a rational explanation would led him into unpleasant conclusions.
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    Yes I have seen Maciamo years ago and I know the...

    Yes I have seen Maciamo years ago and I know the percentages well.
    E-V13 became a main line in Albania after or during the 10th century. Right when Arbanasi appears in historical documents. What a...
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    Look at map that YOU posted yourself or you can...

    Look at map that YOU posted yourself or you can even look for statistics online, E-V13 is 5% to 10% in Italy.
    Second nobody is claiming all E-V13 in Europe is Thracian. E-V13 has been found in...
  5. Why don't you wait until we have more samples?

    Why don't you wait until we have more samples?
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    Constantine VII says the inhabitants of 10th...

    Constantine VII says the inhabitants of 10th century Albania were "Romans". Probably Latin speaking Romans.
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    Entertain says that E-V13 in Albanians is mostly...

    Entertain says that E-V13 in Albanians is mostly founder effect and that there is minor Thracian contribution or non-Illyrian assocatied with E-V13 in modern Albanians.
    What about you others? Can...
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    Southwest France and Italy have around 5% to 10%...

    Southwest France and Italy have around 5% to 10% E-V13.
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    E-V13 existed outside of Thracians too. E-V13...

    E-V13 existed outside of Thracians too. E-V13 existed in Central Europe too and other places.

    And E-V13 in Greece is obviously a medieval phenomenon. Why would Cretans lack it and not...
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    Was 40% to 50% Germanic Y-DNA in England founder...

    Was 40% to 50% Germanic Y-DNA in England founder effect too after the Roman Empire as E-V13 in Albania?


    Distance to:
    England_Roman


    0.01035444
    Orcadian
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    Yeah right if they had 33% Classical Greek...

    Yeah right if they had 33% Classical Greek Epirote admixture they would fall all the way out of mainland Greek and Albanian cluster, running towards Sardinia. Most of Ancient Epirotes were...
  12. One sample from Hellenistic Thessaloniki seem to...

    One sample from Hellenistic Thessaloniki seem to plot intermediate modern Sicilians and IA Peloponnesians. So basically similar to Southern Ancient Greeks but with a little bit more (+5%) steppe. I...
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    The documents are from the 19th century. You can...

    The documents are from the 19th century. You can find them in Google Books. Since you speak Greek (I don't) just type identically some of those lines, very likely it will pop in the very first page.
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    https://i.imgur.com/ZSu6vqJ.jpg...

    https://i.imgur.com/ZSu6vqJ.jpg
    https://i.imgur.com/lrm9Ang.jpg
    https://i.imgur.com/HLIoJaQ.jpg
    https://i.imgur.com/hbBBMsC.jpg
    http://i.imgur.com/akjNcSv.jpg
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    Yes Corfiot dialect. Makes sense, it was the...

    Yes Corfiot dialect. Makes sense, it was the contact with the Greeks from Corfu that Hellenized the regions.
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    My old hypothesis was that South Illyrians were...

    My old hypothesis was that South Illyrians were like BGR_IA and enriched with E-V13 and Northern Illyrians were North Italian-like high in J2b and the Albanians are descended from Northern Illyrians...
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    According to history those villages spoke...

    According to history those villages spoke Albanian as their mother language in the 19th century.

    The evidence is very strong and RECENT (20th/19th century) to be ignored. The J2a could've been a...
  18. I mean during the exact time of the rise and fall...

    I mean during the exact time of the rise and fall of Rome, Central Italy and Southern Italy shifted towards substantially exactly towards West Asia. And Rome having over 1.5M inhabitants and other...
  19. Using Northern Macedonian sample the Slavic...

    Using Northern Macedonian sample the Slavic admixture is lowered to 25% in Peloponnese and 33% in Greek Macedonia.



    Target: Greek_Peloponnese
    Distance: 1.2767% / 0.01276704
  20. Some few early Medieval samples do cluster with...

    Some few early Medieval samples do cluster with Northern Italians. But most of Northern Italian-like medieval samples are from late Middle Ages. I will check back when I have time for all this.
  21. How come? I saw numerous North Italian-like...

    How come? I saw numerous North Italian-like samples after 1300AD. And the average is nearly the same? Try removing outliers there was Germanic outlier plotting with Dutch.
  22. The average of Medieval Rome in G25 plots with...

    The average of Medieval Rome in G25 plots with Toscana. But in that case Early Medieval samples of Rome were South Italian-like and Renaissance samples were largely Northern Italian-like. North...
  23. All of the Northern Italian-like Medieval samples...

    All of the Northern Italian-like Medieval samples from Rome were from the era of Renaissance the rest plot with deep Southern Italians. It is very probable most EMA Central Italians of Lazio, Marche...
  24. Greekified Rome is much more likely to be a...

    Greekified Rome is much more likely to be a reference to cultural impact.
    The term "Greek" was seldom used for Greek speaking pagans (in the Bible for example) but never to Jews and early Christians...
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    Probably founder effect.

    Probably founder effect.
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