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  1. @questions Maciamo spoke of Lepontic AND...

    @questions
    Maciamo spoke of Lepontic AND Gaulish. I answered him long ago and showed him that spite of a not too remote past they shared linguistic ties with Italic, Celtic languages were far enough...
  2. @halfalp But it's very interesting !?! We are...

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    But it's very interesting !?! We are now with Fatyanovo IEan-Finno-Ougric-Turkic! What else? Semitic?
  3. What it is based on? proto-Turkic writings?!? Not...

    What it is based on? proto-Turkic writings?!? Not evident at first sight!
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    If their Y-I2a(1 or 2) had have ties with their...

    If their Y-I2a(1 or 2) had have ties with their cousins of eastern Europe, it could have explained (perhaps) the 'dinaric' aspect, but it seems it isn't the case.
    concerning megaliths or at least...
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    The question is that the "neolithic" (crossed...

    The question is that the "neolithic" (crossed with WHG) ancestry in NW Europe, if linked in a big part to the same pop in Iberia, was already in the Isles before the BB phenomenon began. So the auDNA...
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    To begin with, It seems first BB pots were...

    To begin with,
    It seems first BB pots were manufactured in Western Iberia. But the spreading of this pottery style has been so quick...
    Nothing proves us first BBers were of Y-R1b-P312 stock. If...
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    Threads have been dedicated to this topic already

    Threads have been dedicated to this topic already
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    It could explain the vaste possible geographic...

    It could explain the vaste possible geographic origin of the diverse autosomal results. End?
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    To me it seems curious too. Look at Eupedia R1B...

    To me it seems curious too. Look at Eupedia R1B and Wikipedia. Two different systems? It changed more than a time.
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    @Angela It was my "secrete" thought

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    It was my "secrete" thought
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    It would be interesting to see the results for...

    It would be interesting to see the results for Kabyles (N-Coast Algeria Berbers), Chaoui (Aures Mountains Berbers) and Rif Maroccans (Berbers), surely a bit different compared to nomadic Berbers of...
  12. Personally I don't see any link between Suebi and...

    Personally I don't see any link between Suebi and Y-I2-M223 whatever the subclades, in N-Sweden.
    Västerbotten is supposed, according to someones, to have been the target of an historical migration...
  13. In this case, yes, for the meaning, at first...

    In this case, yes, for the meaning, at first sight.
    On the phonetical side, agonisit doesn't seem linked to Breton guinit contrary to English to win -
    ATW thanks to Romanians for sharing a bit of...
  14. And so... ?

    And so... ?
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    You can easily devine that my view is close to...

    You can easily devine that my view is close to yours!
    Time passes and people moves, brethren go their ways and separate... If history is only to found our more ancient common ancestors, we could go...
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    As the very most of our modern Humans ancestors...

    As the very most of our modern Humans ancestors (we Eurasians, even western) come some time long ago from Africa, and surely through Near-East or a region close to it, we may say Villabruna come...
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    Then like this it's better worded, OK. But dating...

    Then like this it's better worded, OK. But dating this NW towards SE move is a hard work, I think. Do you know if yout direct paternal line is well shared in Switzerland among R1b's, or rather a rare...
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    I think you are running fast and are doing kind...

    I think you are running fast and are doing kind of shortcuts, maybe. The links between Villabruna and Dzudzuana and between this last and Natufian are not the proof of a straight link between...
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    I was not clear: I want to say: "creole"...

    I was not clear: I want to say: "creole" concerning PIE; that said, even descendant tongues are still far from true creolisation, spite we know substrata was at play.
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    I'm not sure IE and Semitic have the same depth...

    I'm not sure IE and Semitic have the same depth in time or that they spread around in the same way, so the differences are not based by force on a concept of linguistic "purity" only. The "creole"...
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    Aside your contemptuous tone, what is exactly...

    Aside your contemptuous tone, what is exactly your point? I would say, concerning the linguistic aspect?
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    Not so simple! People bearing a new form of a...

    Not so simple!
    People bearing a new form of a lineage don't know they are bearing it! It's only hazard and successive division of first population into subpop's : the new groups have not always...
  23. in fact, breton gounid = to win, to gain, to...

    in fact, breton gounid = to win, to gain, to cultivate > to persuade has a meaning very far from câstig- or aginisealä - gounid < Old Breton guinit is closer to Welsh gweinyddu = to manage, Gaelic or...
  24. @Georges I re-read: You wrote: 5. When there is...

    @Georges
    I re-read:
    You wrote: 5. When there is a homonymy in the substrate language (Celtic "shepherd" and "master"; "sunlight" and "world"; "to vindicate" and "to heal"; "to punish" and "to...
  25. @Georges Thanks for feeding! OK I spoke too...

    @Georges
    Thanks for feeding!
    OK I spoke too quickly.

    But we have Romanian : apă(Lat aqua, water), lemn < ?*lebn (Lat lign- thimber), limbă(Lat lingua, tongue), drept/dreapta (Lat direct- ~...
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