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    I see your handle is 'Litovoi'. In my family I...

    I see your handle is 'Litovoi'. In my family I have a family name Lidovoi that is from Vatos on Corfu. In Greek the name is written Λιντοβόη.

    What do you know about this name?

    Thank-you in...
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    I have decided after a long absence to comment. ...

    I have decided after a long absence to comment.

    Angela, can you explain what you understand by "genetic ancestry"?

    I am not sure I understand your comment above and would like to clarify what...
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    Poll: Is the 2% European? Reasonable chance that...

    Is the 2% European?

    Reasonable chance that there is a paternal ancestor from Britain circa 18th cent.

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    Poll: Ancestry, I am not involved with the development...

    Ancestry, I am not involved with the development of ancestry calculators anymore but I'm sure that you can access the information on gedmatch. The calculators you are looking for are available with...
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    Poll: I am R1b>L2>FGC13617>FGC13619 from the Ionian...

    I am R1b>L2>FGC13617>FGC13619 from the Ionian island of Corfu.

    There are only two other DNA kits that match my haplogroup (FGC13619). The Cognevich (Konjevic) family from Sutorina in Montenegro...
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    Poll: Halfalp, welcome to R1b-L2. You can purchase...

    Halfalp, welcome to R1b-L2.
    You can purchase the R1b-L2 SNP Pack from FTDNA or the R1b-U152 Superclade Panel from Yseq. However, the most comprehensive test is Full Genome Corporation (FGC) Y Elite...
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    The article concludes with the following remarks:...

    The article concludes with the following remarks:

    The evidence strongly suggests that Albanian Aromanians’ globalising
    identity confers an advantage to them over non-Aromanian Albanians. By...
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    The article was authored by Stephanie...

    The article was authored by Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers (1999).

    REFERENCES
    The map „Most important settlements of the Aromanians in Albania“ has been graciously provided by
    Mr. Thede Kahl...
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    LABERIA, I explained what the red dots...

    LABERIA,

    I explained what the red dots depict.

    Red = Aromanians are the exclusive population in the settlement.

    Yellow = Aromanians form a substantial minority in the settlement.

    Source:
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    The red dots represent exclusive Vlach...

    The red dots represent exclusive Vlach settlements. They are predominantly located in the mountanous regions of Albania.

    In contrast to the exclusive Vlach settlements located in the highlands,...
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    If you read all my posts in this thread you will...

    If you read all my posts in this thread you will see that I say the Vlach people are viewed as locals in the Balkans. In Greece they are perceived as Greek highlanders, in Albania they are viewed as...
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    In 2006 Bosch et al. attempted to determine if...

    In 2006 Bosch et al. attempted to determine if the Aromanians are descendants of Latinised Dacians, Greeks, Illyrians, Thracians or a combination of these, but no hypothesis could be proven because...
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    Interesting discussion, if I may. In the...

    Interesting discussion, if I may.

    In the humanities or social sciences, research methodology is often viewed as 'soft' (as opposed to hard) science due to a lack of quantifiable data. The...
  14. Four descendants of Edward III have been tested...

    Four descendants of Edward III have been tested with 3 testing u152+ and one, Richard III, or what are assumed to have been his remains, testing positive for haplogroup G.

    If I understand...
  15. http://globalfamilyreunion.com/king-richard-iii-dn...

    http://globalfamilyreunion.com/king-richard-iii-dna/
  16. male line descendants of Edward III via John of...

    male line descendants of Edward III via John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster and Henry Somerset, 5th Duke of Beaufort (1744–1803) are U152 xL2,Z36,Z56,M126,M160,Z192. ...
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    There is definitely a debate surrounding the...

    There is definitely a debate surrounding the theory that the Lombards were from Scania. It seems more plausible that the Lombards were from around Eastern Bavaria and Austria as there appears to have...
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    I see, the Veneto region includes South-Tyrol if...

    I see, the Veneto region includes South-Tyrol if I am not mistaken i.e. Belluno (Cadore). The border became quite porous during the Austro-Hungarian Empire. East-Bavarian sounds right!

    Paul the...
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    Very interesting, thank-you for pointing this...

    Very interesting, thank-you for pointing this out. I naturally assumed it being Franco-Provencal that it would have Germanic influence, so it has none.
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    I too think that R1b-U106 is a Lombard marker. Is...

    I too think that R1b-U106 is a Lombard marker. Is there a trace of the language from Scania or any Germanic influence in the Milanese dialect?
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    This is bullying and intimidation. Nobody should...

    This is bullying and intimidation. Nobody should be ridiculed like this on a public forum.
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    Lombard is not Italian, it is a word that is...

    Lombard is not Italian, it is a word that is accepted in every language to be of Germanic origin. Langobardi/Longobardi is simply a corruption of the same word because the early authors and people of...
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    The Lombards may have been ruling Italy in the...

    The Lombards may have been ruling Italy in the 6th century but it is a real possibility that they used disgruntled Gauls who were unhappy with the Roman occupation of their lands and forced military...
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    The English language is not at fault, trust me on...

    The English language is not at fault, trust me on this. Lombard has always been Lombard in any language. Langobardi is a poor rendition of the word that refers to the Germanic Lombards. A...
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    Please keep this thread separate Angela, thanks...

    Please keep this thread separate Angela, thanks for offering to merge them but I think this discussion is slightly different.

    I have noticed a belief (if one can call intuitive science that) that...
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