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    I have also visited many of these countries but I...

    I have also visited many of these countries but I don't share the same view with you.
    a) I2a1b (not a), has frequency cca 37% between Croats, 35% between Serbs and 42% between Bosniaks (muslims)...
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    This is the only proper way of thinking

    This is the only proper way of thinking
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    According to data which I was able to see a few...

    According to data which I was able to see a few months ago in a GG forum, perhaps 4/5 of Croats share practically the same genetics with Serbs. Even more, they share practically the same language...
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    [QUOTE=Dalmat;433263] Thatžs not true for...

    Thatžs not true for the region of southern Dalmatia. A large parts of Dalmatian coast were under the rule of Byzant long after south Slavs came there.




    it is a fake story made by your...
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    why do you think so? Try to explain.

    why do you think so? Try to explain.
  6. You'd have to. They mainly have nothing to do...

    You'd have to. They mainly have nothing to do with Ottomanic Turks. If you want to be accepted as a serious contributor of this forum, you'll have to analyze various haplotypes before you start to...
  7. Another Eupedia's genius. Before you wrote...

    Another Eupedia's genius.
    Before you wrote these sentences, have you ever checked haplotypes from Turkey with those from Europe? If you did you'd never wrote that kind of stupidity.

    Or... you...
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    Poll: M26 lived there many thousands of years before...

    M26 lived there many thousands of years before any Vandals. The highest level of variance is in the southern France.
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    Poll: I2a M26 is not called "Dinaric" :)

    I2a M26 is not called "Dinaric" :)
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    Poll: No..... Ostrogoths lived for some period of time...

    No.....
    Ostrogoths lived for some period of time in the region of today's Dalmatia but they continued their movement to the west. More precisely, they left Dalmatia and settled Italy.

    Do we have...
  11. Thread: i2a p.37

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    Let's Lynn put his results here and we'll try to...

    Let's Lynn put his results here and we'll try to understand what he's talking about. I guess it is a Disles
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    I've expected something like that. Some political...

    I've expected something like that. Some political dirty games because there were not any White Croats in the region of southern Poland in the XIX century. Probably, they existed in the VII or VIII...
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    As I know, not 100000 but quite a large number....

    As I know, not 100000 but quite a large number. The problem is that we don't have any material sources which could explain this fact. It is the perion of early XX century and we don't have written...
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    It would be great if you put TMRCA for these...

    It would be great if you put TMRCA for these haplogroups.

    In any case, a good job!
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    It's a pity that we don't have more data for...

    It's a pity that we don't have more data for Kurds. A better understanding of haplogroup I between them cane give many interesting answers. They are still some kind of mystery.
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    @how yes no 3 although your posts are always...

    @how yes no 3

    although your posts are always full of imagination, I always respected your enthusiasm. You found so many interesting maps :)
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    When you want to discuss about something, you...

    When you want to discuss about something, you have to learn about that field much more.
    As I can see, you're talking about R1a1* DYS392=13. It is impossible to find samples of that haplogroup...
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    FTDNA Serbs are bearers od R1a1a1 M458-, Z280+...

    FTDNA
    Serbs are bearers od R1a1a1 M458-, Z280+ Carpathian branches. None of them is than 3 k.y.o.
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    False. R1a in Serbia is mainly about 2200-2300...

    False.
    R1a in Serbia is mainly about 2200-2300 y.o.
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    They are national Serbs but not ethnic. They...

    They are national Serbs but not ethnic. They mainly belong to pre-slavic population in Balkans.

    The same thing as I2a or R1a in Greece. Are they Greeks today? Yes, they are!
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    Sticky: Just as a strong candidate for now, I think. If...

    Just as a strong candidate for now, I think.
    If this become truth, it will be very interesting because we'd have too much of Caucasian I2c nobility :)
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    Sticky: Even more.... Hasan Jalal Dola Hasan Jalal...

    Even more....

    Hasan Jalal Dola

    Hasan Jalal Dola (Vahtangyan; mind. After 1261 was, Qazvin ) - Armenian suzerain prince Khachen . Came from the Armenian princely Aranshahiks. The founder of...
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    Croats are pure Slavs but their name isn't...

    Croats are pure Slavs but their name isn't Slavic. They've got them from some non-slavic tribe from the east.

    BTW cyrillic was the main script in the southern part of Croatia (Dalmatia) although...
  24. Thread: montenegro dna

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    As you probably know, there were a study in...

    As you probably know, there were a study in Montenegro, quite a big one but they didn't public details about regional distribution. One friend of mine told me that eastern parts of Montenegro are...
  25. Thread: montenegro dna

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    It isn't so hard to presume.

    It isn't so hard to presume.
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