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  1. Quite interesting, is there any speculative time...

    Quite interesting, is there any speculative time scale and or concrete archaeological cultures you would try couple these two differing ancestries with?
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    Could it be related to the Goral people? ...

    Could it be related to the Goral people?

    Goral folk dress compared to Alb:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/D5Y1xH1WsAAFXXz?format=jpg&name=large
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  3. Armenians seem to have a tradition of sacrificing...

    Armenians seem to have a tradition of sacrificing Deers and Doves/Pigeons. This is very speculative but it could possibly be of the same religious substrate that we see in the deer and birds in those...
  4. And the amazing Y-dna evidence for a mba-lba...

    And the amazing Y-dna evidence for a mba-lba migration from europe into sardinia quoting Trojet:

    "For the migration, we may have evidence in the J-Y21045 branch. It splits right at ~1900 BC: One...
  5. There is without a doubt a cultural connection...

    There is without a doubt a cultural connection between these artefacts. They are made in a similar way, and both depict the totemic animals, especially deers but also goats, at the front of the...
  6. I also noticed some cultural similarities between...

    I also noticed some cultural similarities between the Nuragics and bronze age Armenian kurgan finds. See image:

    https://i.imgur.com/tswqOPn.jpg
  7. We can now say pretty confidently that the...

    We can now say pretty confidently that the Sherden Sea Peoples were probably same J-L283 as these Nuragic people. See image:


    https://i.imgur.com/oPPKmR6.png
  8. Also quoting Trojet: "After the Alsace and the...

    Also quoting Trojet:

    "After the Alsace and the Norway samples which are upstream, and since we have no J-L283 in Sardinia pre Bronze Age, I honestly think they likely made it to Sardinia through...
  9. Important updates. Quoting Trojet: "The three...

    Important updates. Quoting Trojet:

    "The three J2b-L283's from the Nuragic culture, all dated to the Late Bronze Age, are as follows:


    ORC003 is J-L283+ Z627+ YP157+ Z585-
    ORC007 is J-L283+...
  10. A beautiful colorisation of the ivory portraits...

    A beautiful colorisation of the ivory portraits found in tomb II.
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EKzJSrrXYAAu7JE?format=jpg&name=4096x4096...
  11. It's best we just focus on the details of this...

    It's best we just focus on the details of this thread. I think it's important to have mtdna, ydna, and audna. Any of these without the other paints an incomplete picture about populations we are...
  12. Cynane was the daughter of Audata, who is the...

    Cynane was the daughter of Audata, who is the daughter of Bardylis, the most powerful Dardanian king of antiquity we know of. Therefore her mtdna and audna immediately is of great relevance to...
  13. And David Grant does argue that the tomb of the...

    And David Grant does argue that the tomb of the "Amazoness Warrior" does in fact belong to Cynane. He lists all the counter-arguments and history of the differing theories, and still concludes it is...
  14. This is a very dense book that contains the...

    This is a very dense book that contains the entire history of work that has been done on these tombs, and David Grant's style is such he states nothing outright but rather develops his arguments over...
  15. Earthquake last night again. 20 people dead so...

    Earthquake last night again. 20 people dead so far, at least 600 injured. I was awoken immediately by the shaking at 3:54am last night....
  16. With paternal and maternal lineages in conjuction...

    With paternal and maternal lineages in conjuction with auDna we don't have to split hairs. Argead dynasty y-dna would be useful to know, which branch philip, alexander, etc belonged to. This...
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    Poll: Only sesklo is part of the normal neolithic wave....

    Only sesklo is part of the normal neolithic wave. It was burned down and destroyed by the dimini culture
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    Poll: Dimini is intrusive and from the north. So could...

    Dimini is intrusive and from the north. So could L618 have come from north africa, up into central europe and down as ev13
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    Poll: Sesklo and Dimini might also be important for...

    Sesklo and Dimini might also be important for origin of EV13, and how it relates to Proto-IE.


    While a bit outdated, there is possibly relevant info that seems to have been forgotten in this...
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    We also have specific R1b clades in sardinia...

    We also have specific R1b clades in sardinia shared with Alb:

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/R-Y10789/
    https://www.yfull.com/tree/R-PF7563/

    Pf7562 has highest european diversity and frequency in...
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    I meant the parent clade to cts6190, common to...

    I meant the parent clade to cts6190, common to etruscan and dalmatian. Contact J2 project admin for confirmation. I am not falsifying anything.
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    So he is not on Yfull..? Are you accusing me of...

    So he is not on Yfull..? Are you accusing me of making that turkish guy up?
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    I didn't want to comment anymore but was adressed...

    I didn't want to comment anymore but was adressed directly.

    Yes, CTS6190 has been found in a turkish guy who says he has Albanian origins. We also have clades other than z638, which has tmrca of...
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    They are both under Y15058 which has a TMRCA of...

    They are both under Y15058 which has a TMRCA of 3900 YBP. The Dalmatian Y15058 sample is from 3620 - 3520 YBP.

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/J-Y15058/


    Like I commented before, the argument of...
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    What about it being downstrwam of the mathieson...

    What about it being downstrwam of the mathieson sample do you not understand? Etruscans were not IE, so if it was "common equally" to both an IE and etruscan group, ot cannot always have been. What...
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