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  1. My interpretation is that Gáva-related groups...

    My interpretation is that Gáva-related groups expanded rapidly and aggressively, either annihilating, assimilating or fusing with local elements. This created one united koine and network, which was...
  2. I don't think E-V13 could grow, as it did, in the...

    I don't think E-V13 could grow, as it did, in the Bronze Age in an area which was depopulated, repopulated and overrun multiple times. The Eastern Carpathian basin was the only protected zone, by and...
  3. I guess you know the time tree from FTDNA, it has...

    I guess you know the time tree from FTDNA, it has 2 ancient DNA samples listed:
    https://discover.familytreedna.com/y-dna/E-CTS9320/tree

    Also worth to note is that this branch has a lot of...
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    I, II and VI are much above average. So the areas...

    I, II and VI are much above average. So the areas of both strong non-Italic and strong-post Roman influx:
    - Liguria-Genua (Ligurians, Hallstatt?)
    - Venetia (Venetic, Eastern Urnfield influences)...
  5. The Chotin sample was being discussed more than...

    The Chotin sample was being discussed more than once here and on Anthrogenica. It belongs to the rather Southern group (some associate it with Illyrian or Thracian respectively) in the Vekerzug...
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    Especially the ratio of E-V13 vs. J2b is...

    Especially the ratio of E-V13 vs. J2b is noteworthy. Very interesting, thanks. I was waiting for that paper, but kind of overlooked it when the data came finally out.
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    That's why they tested and this is what you got,...

    That's why they tested and this is what you got, any speculation about something else can be largely disregarded.

    He is said to have been of Vlach origin or alternatively Hungarian:


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    Even for more recent American colonials its often...

    Even for more recent American colonials its often disputed, with different lines of genealogical descendants having different haplogroups and you don't know what is right.
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    A lot of the R-L51 in Romanians might be from...

    A lot of the R-L51 in Romanians might be from Tumulus culture, La Tene Celts and Germans though. Depends on the exact subclade and should be confirmed with more data in many cases though.
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    The main problem with the Vlach migration is that...

    The main problem with the Vlach migration is that we have no modern Vlach population which has even remotely as high E-V13 as would be needed to account for the increase in various regions. Even the...
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    There are couple of E-V13 subclades which have a...

    There are couple of E-V13 subclades which have a strong position in the North Carpathian zone and spread out in Slovakia, South Eastern Poland and Western Ukraine, not just North Eastern Hungary and...
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    New paper on Serbian yDNA. Too bad they don't...

    New paper on Serbian yDNA. Too bad they don't apply higher resolution SNP testing. The paper is kind of last decade, with the most interesting part being the historical migratory summary:




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  13. Excellent summary for your branch. There are many...

    Excellent summary for your branch. There are many others which, even though sampling is low, have found old branch members around Transcarpathia, which was a central region for Suciu de Sus -> Lapus...
  14. Your upstream branch E-Z17107 is quite...

    Your upstream branch E-Z17107 is quite interesting because it has in all major subclades Hungarian members. Could be really Hungarian plus neighbourhood in origin. On FTDNA are some additional...
  15. Of course, even the Romanian sites had often a...

    Of course, even the Romanian sites had often a Hungarian population and place name too. Like e.g. Suciu de Sus which in Hungarian being often named by its Hungarian place name Felsőszőcs. The sites...
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    How Encrusted Pottery groups came to the Balkans:...

    How Encrusted Pottery groups came to the Balkans:





    The end for Zuto-Brdo/Gârla Mare cultures comes with the Bistret-Isalnita group, which is a transitional formation with strong Channelled...
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    Vatin is an unknown, but it was replaced by...

    Vatin is an unknown, but it was replaced by Gáva/Belegis II-Gáva:


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  18. I read on multiple accounts that the earliest...

    I read on multiple accounts that the earliest Naue II-like models are from Northern Italy and the Carpathian Basin. They appear nearly simultaneously and its hard to determine who got it first. As...
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    Brnjica was in close contact with the other...

    Brnjica was in close contact with the other Central-North Balkan cremating groups and did receive a strong push from Belegis II-Gáva later, which was part of the reason they migrated South and East,...
  20. Continuity

    Vekerzug is not even a unified culture, but more of a horizon. The more Thracian locals being concentrated in the Eastern cremating group. The type site is Sanislau in todays Romania: ...
  21. R-DF13 is common throughout Europe, especially in...

    R-DF13 is common throughout Europe, especially in the West, not just Ireland, where it's just most common. Compare:
    https://discover.familytreedna.com/y-dna/R-DF13/frequency

    He should do a Big...
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    My best guess is that they are Basarab-like. Wait...

    My best guess is that they are Basarab-like. Wait for Basarabi samples to get published, then we'll see. If you have earlier E-V13 samples than 800 BC, I'm happy to get them.
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    For the Basal Eurasian and haplogroup E debate we...

    For the Basal Eurasian and haplogroup E debate we need samples from the Neolithic and Pre-Neolithic, because it is absolutely clear that by the Bronze Age J1 dominated Semitic groups settled the...
  24. Keep in mind what Babadag and the Bulgarian...

    Keep in mind what Babadag and the Bulgarian Fluted ware horizon and later Psenichevo essentially are: They are the result of Channelled Ware/Knobbed Ware (Thracian Hallstatt, Gáva-related) influences...
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    Cetina is a Bell Beaker peripheral group of its...

    Cetina is a Bell Beaker peripheral group of its own. They are no Bell Beakers themselves, but unthinkable without the Bell Beaker cultural role model and influence.
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