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  1. By my estimates, if you place it in Y-dna terms,...

    By my estimates, if you place it in Y-dna terms, East Med of K13, it's the equivalent of Majority J(probably mainly J2) with minority old R1b (or even maybe R1a too- in the place or supplementary to...
  2. Kemet Panafricanists are mourning. I ve seen a...

    Kemet Panafricanists are mourning.
    I ve seen a paper actually that ancient Egyptians would be close to Abrahamic or Mosaic Hebrews. Or.. the other way around.
  3. 1470 Fior Jonima: A Ravaged Land

    THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE FROM THE VENETIAN ARCHIVES, DOCUMENTS WHAT WE 'VE ALWAYS BELIEVED TO BE TRUE, THAT NORTH ALBANIA WAS COMPLETELY RAVAGED AND DEPOPULATED BY THE OTTOMAN BARBARITY JUST BEFORE IT...
  4. South Albanian populations had much more than...

    South Albanian populations had much more than that.Once you remove the Slavic and Vlach lineages, and what ever the Ghegs brought with them, you are left with 20±% j2a lineages in South Albania....
  5. To me it seems just another case of a good...

    To me it seems just another case of a good candidate of late migration of a tribe into the region.
    Y85522 is find almost all in Pukes and Mirdita, where it forms around 10% of the lineages.
    There...
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    Poll: Nothing from what it is written on Yfull about...

    Nothing from what it is written on Yfull about Y18331 makes sense.
    How in the world could all the descentands of I-Y18331 have a single ancestor going back to cople of centuries before the...
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    Poll: There are 4-5 000 just from the recently...

    There are 4-5 000 just from the recently excavated Salonica metro
  8. Mediterranean people are more flexible...

    Mediterranean people are more flexible developmentally and their growth is conditional to environmental factors. Naturally as the droughts created frequent cycles of food shortages that could last...
  9. Ah I can see now from where you confusion stems...

    Ah I can see now from where you confusion stems from. You conflate regions and districts with the same namet. And those ARE the data of rrenjett.Per district that is.
    Kukes region has 3 districts ....
  10. Kukes 3/26=11.5% Elbasan's Gramsh district:...

    Kukes 3/26=11.5%
    Elbasan's Gramsh district: 1/10=10%
    Elbasan's Librazhd district 1/25=4%
    Tirana district= 3/60=5%
    Berat district=2/35=5.7%
    Kruje district= 1/16=6.6%
    Bulqize district=1/60=1.6%...
  11. E-m123 is at rate of 10% in Kukes district 7-8%...

    E-m123 is at rate of 10% in Kukes district
    7-8% in the Elbasan district
    4-5% in the Tirana district
    6% in Berat region and 2 to 3% in 2-3 more districts on the border with FYROM.
    If it is native...
  12. I don't know if the region is indeed 100%...

    I don't know if the region is indeed 100% Catholic,, but irrespective their oral traditions testify that they arrive in the region in the 18th century. In general almost none gheg tribe is mentioned...
  13. Here is a more detailed map about the regional...

    Here is a more detailed map about the regional rates of PH1751 in North Albania, based on the data from rrenjet.com. I think it's clear where PH1751 came from, and it seems to validate my long...
  14. Ghegs spilling over from some remote mountain...

    Ghegs spilling over from some remote mountain region somewhere in the border area between Montenegro-Albania-Kosovo seems correct based on this map i ve made using the data from rrenjet.com
    Note...
  15. In Labs PH1751 is 2 to 3%. J2b may be 9%, but...

    In Labs PH1751 is 2 to 3%. J2b may be 9%, but most of it's non ph1751. There much evidence from other haplogroups that a small Gheg population settled in the area. There are many young clades of...
  16. True there should be a breakdown by ethnicity for...

    True there should be a breakdown by ethnicity for more clarity.
    Some N could have come from other sources too. Some via the Mongols.
    If we believe the legends hundreds of thousands of Crimean...
  17. If it came from the Balkans in the last 3 000...

    If it came from the Balkans in the last 3 000 years, i can see few possibilities:
    1)the Cimmerian Invasion
    2)Via Galatians
    3)Greecoroman settlement and gradual drifting
    4)The Slavic resettlement...
  18. In Light of the Evidence from the Rrenet.com i...

    In Light of the Evidence from the Rrenet.com i have to recant or at least greatly minimize the statement above concerning the Labs.
    Labs seem to be mainly of Local ancestry with a small, between 5...
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    Jewish diversity of J-L70 is to be expected....

    Jewish diversity of J-L70 is to be expected.
    Modern Jews Literally came from all over the Middle east and Europe.Jews from Ethiopia, Jews from Yemen, Iraq, Iran, Kurdistan, Caucasus, Egyptian,...
  20. Yes i ve noticed the Samples appearing in mass on...

    Yes i ve noticed the Samples appearing in mass on Y-full.
    But if that's the Totality of the N lineages they have, then it is still very small % compared to the total and in line with previous...
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    Poll: You trust the Y-full dating method too much....

    You trust the Y-full dating method too much.
    First of all give many times ranges 1000 years apart.
    Secondly it never got proven to be correct.
    Thirdly is not based on hard science, like carbon...
  22. Thanks! Very appreciated. As for E-m123 in the...

    Thanks! Very appreciated.
    As for E-m123 in the Balkans. My Bet is that its presence in Thrace is old,and probably similarly old is its spread through out Balkans. An alternative explanation could be...
  23. I dont know what's creepy or psychopathic about...

    I dont know what's creepy or psychopathic about discussing genetics attempting to explain the Data and always providing sufficient evidence to back up the claims, or the very least that the Questions...
  24. Very interesting.Someone should place the...

    Very interesting.Someone should place the toponyms on a map. Of course a surname alluding to a region isnt anywhere near being conclusive evidence, but they can draw a general picture of their...
  25. Italians dont have higher E-m123 though than the...

    Italians dont have higher E-m123 though than the ares around North Albania, which if we believe the Slavicist narrative they are mainly Slavic in origins.So if it's 3% now in FYROM, it should have...
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