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    The question is also where the Goths picked it...

    The question is also where the Goths picked it up. From Poland on they constantly met people with E-V13.
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    Yes, definitely. The question is how much is from...

    Yes, definitely. The question is how much is from earlier, especially Greek and Thracian migrants, and even from Central Europeans-Northern Italians.
    Interestingly, some Southern clusters might be...
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    I think that's just a misunderstanding, because I...

    I think that's just a misunderstanding, because I don't know what you think I said? I just said that the earlier population was different and indeed more Neolithic and Yamnaya respectively. On top of...
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    On the other hand 009 looks like a "pure Northern...

    On the other hand 009 looks like a "pure Northern Illyrian", he is fully in the J2b cluster from the British paper also and his distance to 0.02874863 HRV_MBA speaks for itself. That's a good match....
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    The good thing with this much larger corpus of...

    The good thing with this much larger corpus of samples is that they can be evaluated against each other. Like obvious outliers, either because they are admixed, from ethnic minorities, or some fringe...
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    We are all happy about these tools and their...

    We are all happy about these tools and their immense potential and we all know that not all samples are perfect, some individuals being admixed. But do you know what, in a recent study samples of...
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    On a general PCA, Ord009 is also closer to the...

    On a general PCA, Ord009 is also closer to the J2b cluster from the British paper, and one of the more Northern-Western shifted samples. The others tend to have more Neolithic ancestry, which pulls...
  8. Wouldn't be that sure either, because they might...

    Wouldn't be that sure either, because they might have migrated the Danube and Tisza up and down, if not staying North already from Lengyel colonists, because they settled in the Carpathians and...
  9. Not that quick. We have to concentrate on North...

    Not that quick. We have to concentrate on North Western Romania, Eastern Slovakia and very North Eastern Hungary for the MBA-LBA. The question is where is the E1b1b from the Pannonian and British...
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    Its not always correct obviously, since its just...

    Its not always correct obviously, since its just based on the currently available data, but its still useful and might give you a clue:
    http://scaledinnovation.com/gg/snpTracker.html

    For your...
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    Your ancestors obviously came from Yemen, but...

    Your ancestors obviously came from Yemen, but your direct paternal lineage might have a more complex background. Your direct subclade goes back to Antiquity, so that's probably when your ancestor...
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    Sources on the presence of German artisans,...

    Sources on the presence of German artisans, merchants and migrants in general especially in Northern Italy. Like it was noted for cities like Venice (well known), Genua, Florence etc. both quarters...
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    Indeed, there are specific regional influences,...

    Indeed, there are specific regional influences, like German in the very North, like around Sappada, French in the Aosta valley, Slovenes, Germans and Rhaeto-Romans in the Venetian province and...
  14. Since I did analyse some church book records and...

    Since I did analyse some church book records and other statistically relevant data on the issue, I think most of it boils down to numbers. Like there were people which got first 5 sons, then 5 girls....
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    I gave you these samples, which prove, in any...

    I gave you these samples, which prove, in any case, the presence of French-German individuals in the Italian Medieval context. This is what the actual paper wrote about these samples, of which many...
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    There were e.g. many mercenaries and artisans,...

    There were e.g. many mercenaries and artisans, but in some regions even settlers and magistrates, which came in from German speaking territories. There are various articles and historical accounts...
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    I wouldn't use J2 as an argument, because just...

    I wouldn't use J2 as an argument, because just like H and E1b, it seems to have been common in various early farmer groups, which were otherwise not much more Eastern shifted than the LBK farmers,...
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    Newest version with some updates for the British...

    Newest version with some updates for the British Isles, to give the Isles some more structure:

    https://i.ibb.co/Gvb0bPk/E-V13-estimates.jpg

    https://ibb.co/4Z575NM

    There seems to be a...
  19. The samples from 3 upcoming studies are...

    The samples from 3 upcoming studies are promising. British replacement paper with Central European and Balkan samples, Thracians from the Bulgarian Iron Age, the Pannonian study.
    All three seem to...
  20. Yes, agree. It was kind of reduction in societal...

    Yes, agree. It was kind of reduction in societal complexity initially, we can also observe the transition to pastoralist economy and transhumance, reduced settlements and population density....
  21. Yes, some branches moved through Urnfield...

    Yes, some branches moved through Urnfield networks earlier, others with the Thraco-Cimmerian horizon and Basarabi-Hallstatt later. Both did happen.
    If we identify Channelled Ware with...
  22. Cimmerians seem to have varied, I doubt the...

    Cimmerians seem to have varied, I doubt the people on the move under that label were that homogeneous.
    What sticks out is that at least some of these people on the move had significant East Asian...
  23. The Thraco-Cimmerian horizon was culturally...

    The Thraco-Cimmerian horizon was culturally influential for generations and connected the Carpathian sphere with the more Upper Danubian and North Italian even more directly than Urnfield before,...
  24. These two things being actually connected,...

    These two things being actually connected, because the Cimmerians were foreign to the region and pushed and destroyed many of the Daco-Thracian/Channelled Ware groups. There were basically two major...
  25. Yes, completely agree. I rather spoke about...

    Yes, completely agree. I rather spoke about Balkan IA people moving southward as Roman provincials from various tribes especially in the migration period. We know from many regions that they tried to...
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