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    Yes, that's possible and similar ideas being...

    Yes, that's possible and similar ideas being proposed by various authors, in which case Suciu de Sus -> Gáva would have been a heavily Southern inspired phenomenon in the North, which later migrated...
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    That's key. It seems to have been like the Sea...

    That's key. It seems to have been like the Sea Peoples in Egypt: The Aegeans bought/fought them off and they moved on to Anatolia (Cernavoda-related early groups). Some Sea Peoples groups also moved...
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    The earliest IE which moved through might have...

    The earliest IE which moved through might have been the Anatolians though and related to the Cernavoda complex which entered the region of Troy as well. This is of course a major issue for the PIE...
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    Seima-Turbino just started in a similar way,...

    Seima-Turbino just started in a similar way, because it spread the chariots and with the chariots too.



    The indication is that the mixed Balkan group was dominated by R-Z2103 and J2a. This is...
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    In some regions it might have, as Thracian...

    In some regions it might have, as Thracian slaves, mercenaries, artisans and traders being widespread. But I don't think that this is the main source anywhere, because of the specific concentrations....
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    There was a massive movement of chariot using...

    There was a massive movement of chariot using steppe groups after Sintashta developed actual, lichter chariots.
    They spread in all directions, which brought up Indo-Iranian expansions, including the...
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    The new samples from Upper Austria and Lower...

    The new samples from Upper Austria and Lower Austria, with the exception of the Southern outlier (North African) look different. Its a small sample though and most of the locals cremated their dead....
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    Bodrog- keresztur,

    Tiszapolgar/Bodrogkeresztur, and Tripolye-Cucuteni being options beside late Epi-Lengyel. In the end, considering that by about 5.000-4.500 BC at some point there was just one individual, the earlier...
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    We have plenty of samples from the precursor of...

    We have plenty of samples from the precursor of E-V13 in Europe from Impresso-Cardial early Neolithic, Sopot, Lengyel, Michelsberger and Tripolye-Cucuteni.
    So basically from Croatia, Spain, France,...
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    That's what I wrote above: A significant decline...

    That's what I wrote above: A significant decline can be observed, but a local Celto-Roman population remained in place, of which again a significant portion seems to have moved out with the...
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    Cotofeni is indeed highly likely, considering the...

    Cotofeni is indeed highly likely, considering the strong local contribution in this steppified group and how they persisted when Yamnaya invaded. They were just never broken. But I think from there...
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    These events predate the Gothic wars. There two...

    These events predate the Gothic wars. There two lines of evidence we have so far, which is, admittedly, not sufficient, but it makes it worth to be considered:
    - Historical attestation of such...
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    Probably rather around West steppe-Bulgaria than...

    Probably rather around West steppe-Bulgaria than Carpathian basin.
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    I have no strong opinion on that, but clearly...

    I have no strong opinion on that, but clearly they won't all score the same way. They might be pretty average though. Let's say the Balkan Proto-Greeks were already half-half and then they mixed up...
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    Yes. Currently it looks like we can...

    Yes.



    Currently it looks like we can observe a combined effect of:
    - Provincials moving South, when the Roman rule began to collapse. This was a real and fairly large movement of people as...
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    My idea is that Catacomb/MCW related people moved...

    My idea is that Catacomb/MCW related people moved into the North-Eastern areas of the Balkans first, mixed with locals and didn't push at first into the Aegean, which, by this time was Pre-Greek in...
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    I just know the abstracts, I have no deeper...

    I just know the abstracts, I have no deeper insights.



    That's something which should have started later and would have been better communicated. But who knows. However, there were likely three...
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    Yes, Mycenaean is synonymous with Greece. As...

    Yes, Mycenaean is synonymous with Greece.

    As for the admixture, the migration could have happened in stages and its possible to likely that the chariot complex did just push groups further South,...
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    In Antiquity? Of course many people had E-V13 by...

    In Antiquity? Of course many people had E-V13 by then, but Romans played a minor role in its dispersal and originally it was coming from Eastern Urnfielders, the Proto-Thracians.
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    There is an upcoming paper which, in the...

    There is an upcoming paper which, in the abstract, clearly stated that "Central European" ancestry arrived in Greece in the Late Bronze Age (for the Aegean about 1.600 BC), which would correspond to...
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    There is no growth in the Roman era and very...

    There is no growth in the Roman era and very little to no overlap of the branches for that time frame. Most of the TMRCAs date to a much earlier period, which points to founder effects and expansions...
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    I'd say its possible there was a linguistic...

    I'd say its possible there was a linguistic continuum of more distantly related language groups:
    Italo-Celtic <-> Illyrian <-> Thracian-Dacian <-> Paeonian <-> Brygi-Phrygian <-> Hellenic/Greek <->...
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    I added AV2 to the Slavic source, because its the...

    I added AV2 to the Slavic source, because its the closest we got:

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    E-V13 from Avar-Hungarian paper: ...

    E-V13 from Avar-Hungarian paper:
    https://anthrogenica.com/showthread.php?25622-Whole-genome-analysis-sheds-light-on-the-genetic-origin-of-Huns-Avars-and-conquering&p=828196&viewfull=1#post828196
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    Cremation was regionally concentrated, but: ...

    Cremation was regionally concentrated, but:



    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/333063064_Inhumation_and_cremation_how_burial_practices_are_linked_to_beliefs

    The Geometric period...
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