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  1. Whats with the crying? Contain yourself, don't...

    Whats with the crying? Contain yourself, don't behave like some barbarian 4 year old and throw tantrums.

    Everyone here is still waiting. The paper you just linked again is by TANDY WARNOW, as in...
  2. Oh yeah?😆 go ahead and enlighten us then, show us...

    Oh yeah?😆 go ahead and enlighten us then, show us all these authors and linguists that are arguing for Albano-Germanic.

    Everyone here is curious and waiting for the names of "everyone" and "every".
  3. The relations between Albanian and Greek are not...

    The relations between Albanian and Greek are not only lexical, but also very specific grammatical constructions are shared with only Greek and Armenian, this is why linguists today argue that...
  4. As usual you're out here lying and trying to push...

    As usual you're out here lying and trying to push some nonsense. Here is the literal next sentence that you manipulatively removed. Not one single linguist argues for an Albano-Germanic branch:


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    Thanks. I screenshotted it here for future...

    Thanks. I screenshotted it here for future reference. His phylogeny places Albanian, Greek, and Armenian as one branch that broke up after Tocharian.
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    really interesting, where is the quote from? Is...

    really interesting, where is the quote from? Is there a more specific link?
  7. Both Trojans and Dardanians cremated their dead...

    Both Trojans and Dardanians cremated their dead on a pyre according to the Iliad.
    "Now they were sitting in assembly, Trojans and Dardanians alike, all gathered in one body waiting..."
    "so in...
  8. "The above southern traits of the Albanian...

    "The above southern traits of the Albanian language might in the context of historical facts be linked to the Troadic Dardanians, Phrygians and Mysians."


    "All three participants of the Trojan...
  9. Yep. It's obvious. This guy is a human...

    Yep. It's obvious. This guy is a human trafficker, trying to smuggle some recent Slav into the bronze age. How pathetic.
  10. And where are you from? What type of folk are you...

    And where are you from? What type of folk are you that you try smuggle fake dating results to deceive people about this haplogroup presence in the region. You cant understand somehow that this is...
  11. Your paper is claiming that south slavic I is in...

    Your paper is claiming that south slavic I is in the balkans since the bronze age. This is a false claim that was put in the paper either intentionally or due to negligence.
  12. It's very messy since there are so many...

    It's very messy since there are so many influences from greeks, italics, and also the possibility of other balkan groups.

    Testing dna in their main older cities in the heart of Messapia, like...
  13. Also relevant to the Messapic Kalabri and...

    Also relevant to the Messapic Kalabri and Dardanian Galabroi is the earliest known king of the Taulanti, Galabrus/Galaurus.

    If this kings name is related, might it possibly have something to do...
  14. Matzinger's argument is relevant here He...

    Matzinger's argument is relevant here

    He argues thar Messapic is part of the Balkanic IE group with Greek, Phrygian, Albanian, etc, but not part of the East Alpine Block like Illyrian.

    He also...
  15. The tree with "Adriatic Indo-European" comes from...

    The tree with "Adriatic Indo-European" comes from Eric Hamp's notebook in 2012. Its not a published paper of his.

    Interesting how only the "adriatic indo-european" has been cropped out so as not...
  16. Bowden argues that from a culture-historic...

    Bowden argues that from a culture-historic framework, the "rapid appearance of these objects and burial practices" from Komani culture suggests an "invading or migrating group",

    making it more...
  17. Paulinus mentions the felt cap (Pileus) wearing...

    Paulinus mentions the felt cap (Pileus) wearing people living on the river bank alongside these nations that called Nicetas of Remesiana their "Father".
    ...
  18. According to Paulinus, Nicetas of Remesiana...

    According to Paulinus, Nicetas of Remesiana preached Christianity to the Scythians, Getae, Dacians, and the Bessi.


    Did Nicetas of Remesiana convert the Proto-Albanians to Christianity?

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  19. Google translated from Schramm on the Christian...

    Google translated from Schramm on the Christian vocabulary of Tosk being the same as Gegë:

    "The map on the right shows that from the Shkumbini onwards Greek served as the church language...
  20. Oh and I forgot, also there is a related Thracian...

    Oh and I forgot, also there is a related Thracian king Diegulis, identical -ulis suffix as Bardulis.

    Given that many of you were adamant that -ulis suffix must mean Yll, this Thracian kings name...
  21. No it doesnt mean that at it all. That is a...

    No it doesnt mean that at it all. That is a logical non-sequitor. Regardless, here hamp doesn't even give an argument so not only can you not at all infer that he must therefore reject both, but you...
  22. There are linguists like Michiel De Vaan, Brian...

    There are linguists like Michiel De Vaan, Brian Joseph, Shumacher, Prendergast, Lopuhaa, Rusakov, etc, but they are more focused on the purely linguistic aspect of Albanian, and comment on the...
  23. I still don't have a strong opinion on this one,...

    I still don't have a strong opinion on this one, but because of the Gava-Carpathian connection I am leaning a bit more for channeled ware being related to EV13, but I still don't know if this was one...
  24. Slavic liquid metathesis happened around 800s a...

    Slavic liquid metathesis happened around 800s a bit later than the period of Tosk rhotacism (600s-700s AD).

    Old Serbian Rabьnь for Arbanon and Rabьnski for Albanian

    There is also the Croatian...
  25. The Proto-Albanoid group refers to a deep past...

    The Proto-Albanoid group refers to a deep past period before the channeled ware expansion. Central Albania is not Northern Albania and North Albania is the edge of this group in this context. The...
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