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    There are archeological records of Bessoi from...

    There are archeological records of Bessoi from 2n, 3rd, 4th century AD. They were located in the Shop area, modern Serbian-Bulgarian border zone as well as NE Macedonia. Take a look at this map....
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    There were Illyrian groups which had more...

    There were Illyrian groups which had more Urnfield component. As one goes farther to the North they get stronger. For example Breuci were largely Urnfield derived.

    The problem here is that E-V13...
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    There was a woman Delus daughter of Mucat from...

    There was a woman Delus daughter of Mucat from Albanopolis.. She was married to a man from Scupi where also some non-Illyrian and non-Thracian names were common. Delus is a name with Phrygian...
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    The only attempt of yours was to "prove" that...

    The only attempt of yours was to "prove" that Albanians have no Slavic auDNA admxiture or that it is very low. Literally nobody who knows about auDNA agrees with that so you cannot trash anything....
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    One of his views sums him up well. When Daunian...

    One of his views sums him up well. When Daunian study was out he said that actually there were great many E-V13 in Daunians, it's just that they didn't test the slaves and underclass. Supposedly had...
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    In what way am I not objective? I am the one...

    In what way am I not objective? I am the one bringing actual data in far greater % than the others.




    I am all for rational debate. But once things get irrational such as said individual or...
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    Yea I forgot, there are also multiple Tumulus...

    Yea I forgot, there are also multiple Tumulus culture finds from Hungary in this study. it seems they are dominated by R-L51 as expected.
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    There are Naue II swords finds maybe from the...

    There are Naue II swords finds maybe from the very place where that LBA E-L539 is from. There are four sites overall there and they are all generally near Slovakian border. I'm trying to figure out...
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    In unpublished Hungarian study there are various...

    In unpublished Hungarian study there are various Hungarian Transdanubian Encrusted samples and they are very similar to these new Croatian samples. Surprisingly huge WHG influence and even more...
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    Kapitan Andreevo is a Psenicevo culture site...

    Kapitan Andreevo is a Psenicevo culture site (same goes for old the Svilengrad sample just nearby). Pottery demonstrates this totally as well as some other features.
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    Glasinac related Illyrians, the Autariatae,...

    Glasinac related Illyrians, the Autariatae, expanded into Triballian territory, they were successful in pushing Triballians more to the East, so it is likely some Triballians were swallowed and...
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    Oh V13 is related to cremation, surely, because...

    Oh V13 is related to cremation, surely, because cremation dominated Thracian groups. However some of these early Thracian groups were not so much practicing it.

    Cremation was not the practice of...
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    That La Tene sample is interesting and it would...

    That La Tene sample is interesting and it would point towards some V13 joining them, from the East. But autosomal borders did matter, when we look at ancient cultural blocks. V13 finds do not quite...
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    Basarabi dynasty are of this subclade, so...

    Basarabi dynasty are of this subclade, so Moldovan J-L283 sample isn't of relevance here. There are also some Albanians in this clade.
    https://www.yfull.com/tree/J-Y22894/

    Regarding the E-V13:...
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    I mean the early Illyrian R-Z2103 who crossed...

    I mean the early Illyrian R-Z2103 who crossed over to Italy. This expansion occurred earlier in EIA.
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    1) Urnfielders were Central European autosomally,...

    1) Urnfielders were Central European autosomally, most of their samples fit there, that low res "Polish" Montenegrin IA sample might have been one.
    2) Urnfield influence was almost non-existent in...
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    And from Trojet: SGR002, San Giovanni Rotondo,...

    And from Trojet: SGR002, San Giovanni Rotondo, 571 cal BCE, is R-Z2103+

    So R-Z2103 confirmed in Daunians, ofc most likely also an immigrant across the sea.
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    So two Daunian samples already without BAM files...

    So two Daunian samples already without BAM files may be Z1297+!! Would support the Southern route as per most archeologists as this group is very strong in Albania.
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    Sure, I don't like being a dick, but some of you...

    Sure, I don't like being a dick, but some of you have been towards me. Well I always stayed on the Thracian side because of aDNA finds. Urnfield is something started by Riverman primarily. There may...
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    Its game over for E-V13 - Illyrian relation I'm...

    Its game over for E-V13 - Illyrian relation I'm afraid.. Albanian archeologists also support the view that Messapians came from Albania. You'll find some E-Y37092 here and there..
    There is no...
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    Have you been walking through desert? You need to...

    Have you been walking through desert? You need to se a MD for hallucinations you seem to be having. I haven't been logged in here in weeks.

    There is hardly someone with so many internet posts...
  22. Those tested are from MBA Dalmatia and N.Albania....

    Those tested are from MBA Dalmatia and N.Albania. E-V13 was probably stronger in Southern Albania, south of Shkumbin river where a strong non-Illyrian population lived prior to their Illyrisation in...
  23. Germanic autosomal admixture in Albanians is low,...

    Germanic autosomal admixture in Albanians is low, it is low in all the Balkans. Albanians have 25 % of Slavic autosomal admixture. Slavic admixed Albanians do not cluster autosomally with Illyrians,...
  24. Well those Roman accounts have to be taken with a...

    Well those Roman accounts have to be taken with a reserve, and partly they expressed the relation of a people in comparison to Romans. Romans also mentioned Illyrians as tall. It may be that...
  25. Northern Italians have plenty of blue eyes and...

    Northern Italians have plenty of blue eyes and they are very close to Illyrians. It's impossible they didnt have plenty. Besides, plenty of Albanians have blue eyes, so I don't understand your point...
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