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    Vlachs which coming to Bosnia, Croatia etc have...

    Vlachs which coming to Bosnia, Croatia etc have ties to southeastern Europe. Probably hills towards Albania and Greece. Other groups of Vlachs are probably coming from direction of Romania. There are...
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    Settlers to Bosnia or Croatia are mostly Vlachs...

    Settlers to Bosnia or Croatia are mostly Vlachs who later became Serbs under the influence of the Orthodox Church. There are no primary historical sources which call this population as the Serbs....
  3. Bosnian Serbs have E1b as the second haplotype in...

    Bosnian Serbs have E1b as the second haplotype in the population, there are Serbs, Montenegrins, etc. I guess we have something indigenous based on that. There is also the Balkan R1b as well as J2...
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    Poll: Probably in the area of the French-German border....

    Probably in the area of the French-German border.



    It is possible that part of the I2a branch left Southeast Poland before Slavization.



    Because it was a non-existent mutation at that...
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    Poll: "In 2011 Nordtvedt has confirmed I-L69.2 is not...

    "In 2011 Nordtvedt has confirmed I-L69.2 is not older than 2,800 years. In his last comments about Haplogroup I tree and the conjectured spread map, he locates the start of the I-L69.2 lineage around...
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    Poll: For now Nordvedt is confirmed.Southeastern...

    Most people here definitely fit the bill.[/QUOTE]For now Nordvedt is confirmed.Southeastern Poland is probably the original area of the White Croats.
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    Poll: Nordtvedt determined possible direction of I2a...

    Nordtvedt determined possible direction of I2a migration towards Romania, Bulgaria and Greece is behind them.

    http://www.waughfamily.ca/Ancient/Tree%20and%20Map%20for%20Hg%20I.pdf

    The Greeks...
  8. More detailed results for I2a genetics...

    More detailed results for I2a genetics (Y-chromosome haplogroups from Hun, Avar and conquering Hungarian period nomadic people of the Carpathian Basin) have arrived and there we have three I-Y4460...
  9. Certainly a mutation I-CTS10228 or I-Y3120 cannot...

    Certainly a mutation I-CTS10228 or I-Y3120 cannot be White Croatian origin because White Croats are not mentioned then. My opinion is that White Croatian mutations can be aged around 2000 ybp...
  10. You or anyone else who knows more Croatian Ydna...

    You or anyone else who knows more Croatian Ydna branches, etc feel free to help because we have little public information's.
  11. We are not talking about this theory. We are...

    We are not talking about this theory. We are talking about genetics which confirms or not this theory. I'm from Croatia and as far as I know the Croats are presumed to be Slavs and this is the...
  12. All options are open until you start researching...

    All options are open until you start researching the listed haplotypes. Then you will see where your male cousins on your mother's and father's side appear. What we could say at this point is that...
  13. Certainly, according to autosomal data connection...

    Certainly, according to autosomal data connection with White Croats is visible. However, we do not know migration path of your male ancestors (E-v22) ie local Balkan migration or wider migration from...
  14. When you say "it is carried by Vlachs and to a...

    When you say "it is carried by Vlachs and to a lesser extend Albanians" it is a historical context. I’m talking about the original context ie about the time of Slavic migration to the Greece.
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  15. As for Laconia, I know for this information about...

    As for Laconia, I know for this information about Croatian ethnonym (from a scientific paper).





    It is interesting that in this area of Greece we have two people with I2a PH908, from Ελλάδα...
  16. Porphyrogenitus mentions Χλεβίανα ie Livno in...

    Porphyrogenitus mentions Χλεβίανα ie Livno in Bosnia and Herzegovina.





    Otherwise it is a political state in the time of the 10th century. Previously ie in other chapters Porphyrogenitus...
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    I agree, also and many Croats ended up in Turkey...

    I agree, also and many Croats ended up in Turkey as slaves who later integrated into Ottoman society. So it is also possible that today ethnic Turks have Slavic haplotypes.
  18. For now, genetic information's together with...

    For now, genetic information's together with historical information's say that it is the Croats who bring I2a to the Balkans, ie mutations in the branch I-S17250.
  19. Today's Albanians have about 20% of Slavic...

    Today's Albanians have about 20% of Slavic genetics. It is unlikely that women brought it to Albania. This sex bias is for one smaller locality in eastern Serbia. Although this locality was supposed...
  20. Here you have informations about Croatian genetic...

    Here you have informations about Croatian genetic on islands and Croatia.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_studies_on_Croats
  21. Saxons in medieval Serbia ...

    Saxons in medieval Serbia

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

    Otherwise, scientific papers say that they were ethnic Germans. But this is not a topic, so we will not talk...
  22. Yes there are other haplotypes or branches of the...

    Yes there are other haplotypes or branches of the same which could be and Slavic but we are talking about major genetics. The fact that this branch has been confirmed only in Serbia it can also say...
  23. We don't talk about R1a and I2a, we talk about...

    We don't talk about R1a and I2a, we talk about branches and subbranches of the same and which do not exist in the Balkans 2 thousand years ago.





    See thread "Genetics confirm migration of...
  24. I think that forum members from this forum...

    I think that forum members from this forum should known which Slavic I2a and R1a branches are in question as far as Slavs, Croats, etc. in the Balkans are concerned. Finally it is very well exposed...
  25. That's what I assumed. This is a big information...

    That's what I assumed. This is a big information established by scientific work. This actually means that there is no male Slavic genetics in that area until the 10th century. It is eastern Serbia,...
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