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    Poll: Migration of Croats to Roman Dalmatia is...

    Migration of Croats to Roman Dalmatia is explained here. https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/31539-Genetics-confirm-migration-of-White-Croats-to-Croatia

    By the way, it is mostly the same I2a...
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    Poll: You go too wide. For now, we barely know that...

    You go too wide. For now, we barely know that mutation I-S17250 is from south Poland. It is connected to Croatian ancestors. And who earlier passed there, stayed, etc is even harder to guess. ...
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    Poll: If they are assimilated then those who...

    If they are assimilated then those who assimilated them are not Celts. If you think that they become Bastarnae after assimilation, still they should have part of Celts genetics. Assimilation may have...
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    Poll: Yes, and the Goths also passed through Poland,...

    Yes, and the Goths also passed through Poland, Ukraine and the Balkans. It is possible that I1 which Croats etc have is from them. And that's it, but I-Y3120 mutations have nothing to do with Celts....
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    Poll: Characteristic of the Celts is R1b, whether they...

    Characteristic of the Celts is R1b, whether they have some other genetics probably yes, but they do not have mutations in I-Y3120 branch which proves that there was no mixing.
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    Poll: It is not possible that Celts come to Britain and...

    It is not possible that Celts come to Britain and bring only one haplotype from where they coming. They must bring and other haplotypes if this other haplotypes exist among them , but this is not...
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    This theory(expanded from western/northwestern...

    This theory(expanded from western/northwestern Balkans. "Ljubljana culture") should be proved with Slovenian R1b branches. I don't know if that's the case?

    As for the island Krk is concerned,...
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    Poll: There are no haplotypes within Croatian genetics...

    There are no haplotypes within Croatian genetics which would showed links with the Celts.



    Therefore if branch I-Y3120 has something to with the Celts that would be evident in the genetic of...
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    Poll: Which Celtic? I guess there would be something of...

    Which Celtic? I guess there would be something of that branch across the British Isles that is, in the areas where Celtic migrated. It is a mutation which is separated from southern Poland I2a...
  10. Yes, when we look at most of autosomal results,...

    Yes, when we look at most of autosomal results, many Russians, Ukrainians, Czechs, etc. have the Balkan in a large percentage. In my opinion it is a common White Croatian but also a Proto-Slavic...
  11. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12520-0...

    https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12520-019-00996-0

    This information is known(from 2020), for now everything points to the fact that White Croatia or White Croats have originate in...
  12. Your male ancestor has White Croatian source but...

    Your male ancestor has White Croatian source but most of your ancestors are from the Albanian side and that's why autosomal result is such.
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    Where is source of that branch and where is the...

    Where is source of that branch and where is the proof (which mutation)?



    In Croatia exist that branch (Balkan cluster) and based on that I make conclusion.



    We don’t know it yet...
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    Yes and? Bulgarians and Romanians also have it. ...

    Yes and? Bulgarians and Romanians also have it.

    I'm talking about branch Y22059.

    Not all branches of J2, E1b, R1b in the Balkans are Albanian origin and originating in the Albanian area.
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    This branch(J2-M205) seems to bypass Albanian...

    This branch(J2-M205) seems to bypass Albanian area and Albanians in a higher percentage.
    Possibly this is migration of Vlachs from direction of Bulgaria or Romania to Bosnia and Croatia.

    I've...
  16. “From That Side of the Sea” – Croatian...

    “From That Side of the Sea” – Croatian Trans-Adriatic Migrations (From the Fifteenth to the Eighteenth Century)




    https://hrcak.srce.hr/index.php?show=clanak&id_clanak_jezik=12116

    Part of...
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    Problem is that you consider all present-day...

    Problem is that you consider all present-day Greek genetics to be original Greek genetics.





    Original Greek genetics is from that time, and you have to look for branches of Y haplotypes from...
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    Vlachs migrations from that area(Albania, Greece,...

    Vlachs migrations from that area(Albania, Greece, Macedonia, southern Serbia, Montenegro, probably Bulgaria) to Croatia and beyond. Genetics will say more specifically(from which area) in the future.
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    Yes, in the Turkish period and earlier exist...

    Yes, in the Turkish period and earlier exist migrations from Greece to Slovenia etc and it is certain that Croatian population also receives influences from these areas but they still have mostly...
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    Kelmendasi you explained why this is so, "Well...

    Kelmendasi you explained why this is so, "Well yes, it is coincidence and founder effect. You're acting as if these people knew what haplogroup they belonged to and decided to migrate to allocated...
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    Are you a member of the Serbian forum(because...

    Are you a member of the Serbian forum(because they too like to use such argumentation)?

    "Appearances change, culture changes, etc." it has nothing to do with the origin of anyone, here we can add...
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    I don't know what's bothering you? This means...

    I don't know what's bothering you? This means that about 20% of today's Greeks are originally Slavic and possible smaller part White Croatian origin. That's what genetics says. There is no hiding....
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    Poll: First we start from the facts that now exist. ...

    First we start from the facts that now exist.



    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanskrit

    R1a Z93, Z94 are people who bring a common (Slavic, Indo-European ) words to India and Sanskrit.
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  24. Three adolescent male individuals from the Great Migration Period from Croatia

    Cranial deformation and genetic diversity in three adolescent male individuals from the Great Migration Period from Osijek, eastern Croatia






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    Poll: These Serbs mentioned by Porfirogenitus coming...

    These Serbs mentioned by Porfirogenitus coming from Lusatia and Greece, it means that they do not exist in this area today(if we follow genetics). And Avars are also mentioned in Pannonia but their...
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