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  1. The samples are only labelled as I2a1b, so...

    The samples are only labelled as I2a1b, so I2a-M423 since the classifications are based on older nomenclature. I think that if we look at the current data, it's very unlikely that these samples are...
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    @Dema: I saw on the Serbian Y-DNA Project forum...

    @Dema: I saw on the Serbian Y-DNA Project forum that it was mentioned that you form a cluster under Y22063>BY162742 with a mainland Greek from a particular study. Thought I should inform you of this...
  3. In regards to Y-DNA testing via 23andme, I...

    In regards to Y-DNA testing via 23andme, I personally would not recommend it. Their Y-DNA classifications are hit or miss since it all depends if they test for your specific SNP. Also, as a company...
  4. A guy from Cosenza who has origin from the Barci...

    A guy from Cosenza who has origin from the Barci is also likely R-Z2705 (I believe that he is CTS9219+ on 23andme, not too sure). There is also a Cuccia from Piana degli Albanesi who is Z2705+.
  5. The thing is that many Arbereshe who have...

    The thing is that many Arbereshe who have Southern Italian or Sicilian admixture are bound to shift more towards certain Greek clusters, especially Greek Islanders, due to the fact that those...
  6. The percentage of R-M417 in the Arbereshe is...

    The percentage of R-M417 in the Arbereshe is rather similar to that of Tosk Albanians who are ~9% R1a (28/310).

    Albanians from the Balkans do have some E1b that is negative for V13, though it is...
  7. lol great job in creating some maps that have no...

    lol great job in creating some maps that have no backing whatsoever.. Post evidence that backs your claims and then come and discuss. I see that you placed the Arbereshe in present day northern and...
  8. Dema drew that map if I recall correctly, however...

    Dema drew that map if I recall correctly, however he clearly was suggesting an expansion during the Bronze Age with early Indo-European-speaking populations from the steppe. Not the Scythians or...
  9. Would you care to elaborate? If it's the...

    Would you care to elaborate?

    If it's the presence of J2b-L283 in the Volga region of Russia (Mordovia, Tatarstan etc) you're talking about, It's best that you know that this means nothing...
  10. What is most interesting is that the defter of...

    What is most interesting is that the defter of 1583, the vast majority of the recorded anthroponyms are typical Albanian names or Albanian variants of names that ultimately have Greek, Slavic or...
  11. The statistics shown on the project website are...

    The statistics shown on the project website are bound to be more accurate than these given that there is a larger sample size.

    You do realise that ratios practically mean nothing when it comes to...
  12. From what I have read, the percentage of J2b-L283...

    From what I have read, the percentage of J2b-L283 in southern Albania may range between 5-15%. Personally I'd say that the percentage given on the project website is most accurate so far given the...
  13. Tosks are ~6.8% J2b-L283 (21/310), Ghegs in...

    Tosks are ~6.8% J2b-L283 (21/310), Ghegs in contrast are ~24.2% (134/553). http://www.gjenetika.com/statistikat/
  14. Testing via the Albanian Y-DNA project actually...

    Testing via the Albanian Y-DNA project actually suggests that J2b-L283 reaches frequencies of ~27.1% among Kosovo Albanians and Albanians from the Preshevo valley (48/177).
  15. Pick up a book will you? First of all, It's...

    Pick up a book will you?

    First of all, It's very concerning how many of you glorify the actions of people such as Kolokotronis. He was responsible for the murder of many Albanians, even women and...
  16. It's just frustrating to deal with people such as...

    It's just frustrating to deal with people such as yourself. I mean are you seriously trying to make the claim that the Arbereshe and modern day Albanians are distinct in terms of ethnic origin? Do...
  17. This has got to be one of the dumbest and most...

    This has got to be one of the dumbest and most illogical threads I have come across. It seriously doesn't take a genius to realise why they are different to modern day Albanians.

    It's 2020 and we...
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    J was in fact already present in Europe prior to...

    J was in fact already present in Europe prior to the Bronze Age.

    J2 has been found in multiple Neolithic European sites:
    1) J2a-S11842 from Neolithic Italy
    2) J2a-Y29673 from Neolithic Italy...
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    PF3573, PF3876, L460, PF3647 and S238 are all...

    PF3573, PF3876, L460, PF3647 and S238 are all SNPs that define I2a. This group is ~21,500 years old with the TMRCA living ~20,900 years ago, meaning that it originated during the Upper Paleolithic,...
  20. The source that Wikipedia uses for the average...

    The source that Wikipedia uses for the average height of Albanians is questionable, for starters it is outdated and, as far as I know, doesn't outright mention the average male height. Studies from...
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    Poll: The origin of I-Y18331 is pretty unclear as of...

    The origin of I-Y18331 is pretty unclear as of now, an origin from Eastern Europe has been suggested due to the fact that this branch is also present in the Chuvash and Ashkenazi Jews. And its...
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    Poll: Many have actually theorised that I2a-CTS10228...

    Many have actually theorised that I2a-CTS10228 expanded into Eastern Europe with Celtic speakers based on the fact that CTS10228* has been found in France and Germany. It was then picked up by the...
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    Yeah, I guess it could be considered to be...

    Yeah, I guess it could be considered to be somewhat of a stretch, but that is only due to the fact that not many Greeks have tested. Which makes analysis pretty difficult, at least for me. The Greek...
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    What regions exactly do you consider as Central...

    What regions exactly do you consider as Central Balkan? The eastern half of Slavonia in Croatia could be considered somewhat Central Balkan geographically, but then again it could also be considered...
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    Not sure if everyone would consider this as...

    Not sure if everyone would consider this as Central Balkan, but sample 13499 from Beli Manastir, Croatia, was R-Z2103+. The sample belonged to the Vucedol Culture and was dated back to 2,884-2,666...
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