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    Problem is that you consider all present-day...

    Problem is that you consider all present-day Greek genetics to be original Greek genetics.





    Original Greek genetics is from that time, and you have to look for branches of Y haplotypes from...
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    Vlachs migrations from that area(Albania, Greece,...

    Vlachs migrations from that area(Albania, Greece, Macedonia, southern Serbia, Montenegro, probably Bulgaria) to Croatia and beyond. Genetics will say more specifically(from which area) in the future.
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    Yes, in the Turkish period and earlier exist...

    Yes, in the Turkish period and earlier exist migrations from Greece to Slovenia etc and it is certain that Croatian population also receives influences from these areas but they still have mostly...
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    Kelmendasi you explained why this is so, "Well...

    Kelmendasi you explained why this is so, "Well yes, it is coincidence and founder effect. You're acting as if these people knew what haplogroup they belonged to and decided to migrate to allocated...
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    Are you a member of the Serbian forum(because...

    Are you a member of the Serbian forum(because they too like to use such argumentation)?

    "Appearances change, culture changes, etc." it has nothing to do with the origin of anyone, here we can add...
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    I don't know what's bothering you? This means...

    I don't know what's bothering you? This means that about 20% of today's Greeks are originally Slavic and possible smaller part White Croatian origin. That's what genetics says. There is no hiding....
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    Poll: First we start from the facts that now exist. ...

    First we start from the facts that now exist.



    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanskrit

    R1a Z93, Z94 are people who bring a common (Slavic, Indo-European ) words to India and Sanskrit.
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  8. Three adolescent male individuals from the Great Migration Period from Croatia

    Cranial deformation and genetic diversity in three adolescent male individuals from the Great Migration Period from Osijek, eastern Croatia






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    Poll: These Serbs mentioned by Porfirogenitus coming...

    These Serbs mentioned by Porfirogenitus coming from Lusatia and Greece, it means that they do not exist in this area today(if we follow genetics). And Avars are also mentioned in Pannonia but their...
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    Poll: Derviş Mehmed Zillî (25 March 1611 – 1682), known...

    Derviş Mehmed Zillî (25 March 1611 – 1682), known as Evliya Çelebi mention Croats in central Montenegro and in surrounding area of Gacko in eastern Herzegovina.

    " Personal names Hrvatin(Croatin)...
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    Poll: The heart of the medieval Croatian state is in...

    The heart of the medieval Croatian state is in Dalmatia and there is the epicenter of I2a S17250

    Y chromosomal heritage of Croatian population and its island isolates, 2003.






    Out of...
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    Poll: Who are Serbs or Croats is determined by...

    Who are Serbs or Croats is determined by historical records, and that historical records proves or refute genetics.

    Today Serbs and Croats share mostly the same Slavic Genetics which has one...
  13. I started topic "Balkan genetic influence in...

    I started topic "Balkan genetic influence in Slavic peoples"https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/38922-Balkan-genetic-influence-in-Slavic-peoples?p=582082&viewfull=1#post582082 in which I presented...
  14. Croats for now coming from White Croatia. ...

    Croats for now coming from White Croatia.

    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/31539-Genetics-confirm-migration-of-White-Croats-to-Croatia

    One of genetic candidate for Varangians is I2a...
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    Now is a question with which samples they do...

    Now is a question with which samples they do comparing. From western Balkans we have couple archaeogenetic data, from Bulgaria and Romania we have more. I also see that and in new paper peoples...
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    That's exactly what I'm talking about, I think...

    That's exactly what I'm talking about, I think that most of "Balkan ancestry" actually speaking about common genetics of south Slavs which they share with West and East Slavs not about "paleobalkan...
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    It is now called "Balkan ancestry" maybe...

    It is now called "Balkan ancestry" maybe tomorrow would be called different, It is important that this(Balkan ancestry)points to common origin, just as Croats and Slovenes have Eastern Europe or...
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    In my opinion this should indicate same origin,...

    In my opinion this should indicate same origin, if that is true from where part of Russians etc are coming, from the Balkans? We have no written evidence of mass migration to Russia or Belarus, one...
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    Balkan genetic influence in Slavic peoples

    I noticed that west and east Slavs(Russia, Czech Republic, Poland, Ukraine etc) have a significant percentage of Balkans area in autosomally results.

    Since nobody goes to Belarus from Balkans at...
  21. For I2a-Din It may be branch I-Y4460 which is...

    For I2a-Din It may be branch I-Y4460 which is expanding from Kiev area to Hungary, Baltic etc.
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  22. I did not follow in detail MtDNA for Croats or...

    I did not follow in detail MtDNA for Croats or White Croats but I can say it's basic MtDNA from which we can not find out too much.



    https://www.geni.com/projects/H11a-Mitochondrial-DNA/33944
  23. This is visible and if we follow Y DNA but I was...

    This is visible and if we follow Y DNA but I was asking you specific Balkans MtDNA which Croatian women have.
  24. How do you know then that Slavs married Balkan...

    How do you know then that Slavs married Balkan women when you make no evidence?
  25. You may have been on a good track because...

    You may have been on a good track because Byzantium needed an alliance or Slav warriors at that time, still the Avars are in Pannonia. If we follow De Administrando Imperio Croatians are invited to...
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