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    I always suspected he is from the Tartar/Chuvash...

    I always suspected he is from the Tartar/Chuvash branch and the connection are the Mongols and Golden Horde, soon we will know.
  2. Thread: Kurdish EV13

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    As far as I can see here, V13 is a very minor...

    As far as I can see here, V13 is a very minor haplogroup among Kurds, they are mostly E-M84. The only proven branch is S7461, which has some presence in the Middle East....
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    The latest Roman study may be an indication what...

    The latest Roman study may be an indication what were the haplogroups of the Ancient Greeks and later Greek world, too. It is obvious E-V13 or even other subclades of E1b1b1 were only a minor...
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    Well, I suspected it would come to that with this...

    Well, I suspected it would come to that with this sample. It is true a small percentage of Balkan people have some Roma/Gypsy admixture, bu the vast majority have none at all. South Balkans also have...
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    There is something wrong with this Butkara_IA...

    There is something wrong with this Butkara_IA sample. Suddenly it appears as the closest ancient sample to most Bulgarians and Macedonians. He is even not a "pure" Ancient Greek or Thracian, who may...
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    A subclade of J2a-L24 - L70 is quite popular in...

    A subclade of J2a-L24 - L70 is quite popular in the Southern Balkans. Have you been tested for that on LivingDNA, or you are a real L24*, i.e some undiscovered branch.
    Previous study about...
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    The latest study about the Scythians claims that...

    The latest study about the Scythians claims that the people of Chernyakhiv culture were Balkan like. As it spread also to Ukraine and part of Belarus that could be the source of "Balkan" among West...
  8. This study is very manipulative, they pick only...

    This study is very manipulative, they pick only samples which may serve their agenda - i.e modern Bulgarians are mostly descendants of old Bulgars, who were not Central Asian, but North Caucasus...
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    Although the Y hromosome, the male haplogroup...

    Although the Y hromosome, the male haplogroup respectively, is only a small part of the human genome it can prove a common relationship much deeper in time, than the autosomes. mtDna is not very...
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    Many Bulgarians are being tested at the moment,...

    Many Bulgarians are being tested at the moment, but most choose useless tests like with Ancestry and MyHeritage. As we lack the paper trail, there is no chance of finding real distant relatives.
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    12 STR markers and FamilyFinder tests are just...

    12 STR markers and FamilyFinder tests are just 59$ if you buy it from here and automatically join the Bulgarian DNA project. I think even a poor Bulgarian student can afford that. Further discounts...
  12. This may have solved the mystery with haplogroup...

    This may have solved the mystery with haplogroup A00, which is only found in Western Africa around Cameroon. Since it was estimated to be around 270000y.o, older than Homo Sapience, some people...
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    Nikola Tsvyatkov is in fact I2a2b-L38, presumably...

    Nikola Tsvyatkov is in fact I2a2b-L38, presumably from the East European BY25359 branch. There are already a few Bulgarians and Macedonians found with it, so not unusual for Bulgaria. His claim to...
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    There was a population hiatus on the Balkans from...

    There was a population hiatus on the Balkans from 2400 to 1300BC possibly due to climate change.
    After the end of the Ezero Culture, there was a hiatus from 2400 to 1300 BC, in which the Balkans...
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    Not sure if followed well, but 301843 Tutunci,...

    Not sure if followed well, but 301843 Tutunci, Russian Federation is actually with Bulgarian origin. He is from the population exchange between Russia and Turkey when Bulgarians, Gagauze and even...
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    Well, soon we will know the subbranches of Roma...

    Well, soon we will know the subbranches of Roma founding lineages. A new study with Full genome is in the pipeline.
    This was reported at the Human evolution conference Cambridge 1917:

    Roma...
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    Roma obviously acquired E-V13 somewhere on the...

    Roma obviously acquired E-V13 somewhere on the Balkans, for example it is almost absent in Spanish Roma, but they have other branches like V22 and M81. It is not a "founder lineage" in the study,...
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    Just now 3 studies about DNA from the old steppe...

    Just now 3 studies about DNA from the old steppe came out, which categorically show that the Scythians and the later Hun and Turkic invaders carried at least some East Asian autosomally and as Y and...
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    There must be one more big correction to the...

    There must be one more big correction to the E-V13 tree. The V13 project has discovered, and it has been also confirmed by FTDNA in its new tree, that under CTS5856 exist 3 major branches -...
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    Latest Mesolithic Scandinavia study shows, that...

    Latest Mesolithic Scandinavia study shows, that the I2c haplogroups there are rather I2c1, which is more logical with the current distribution in Europe.

    Population genomics of Mesolithic...
  21. Yes, this is correct in most cases, the...

    Yes, this is correct in most cases, the highlanders were originally the same(seeking refuge) or identical to people living the nearby lowlands before Ottoman times.
    However there are cases when...
  22. Well, you asked for "some credible sources to...

    Well, you asked for "some credible sources to support your claim.
    l have already posted my opinion on different forums but was attacked even by fellow Bulgarians. The truth is that most Bulgarians...
  23. You can read this study by a professional...

    You can read this study by a professional Bulgarian historian - "Albanians in the Eastern Balkans". It describes the initial settlements of Albanians around their current territory and South to...
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    I would advise you not to use in your linguistic...

    I would advise you not to use in your linguistic exercises Bulgarian surnames, the etymology of which you don't know anything about.
    And yes, a huge proportion of Bulgarian surnames have Turkish...
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    Wishful thinking, Berbatov's family name most...

    Wishful thinking, Berbatov's family name most likely comes from the Turkish Berbat, which means awful, hellish, etc. Probably this was his greatgrandfather's nickname, which turned into a surname....
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