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    What dialect, Gheg and Tosk? The Gheg and Tosk...

    What dialect, Gheg and Tosk? The Gheg and Tosk dialectal split pre-dates the Ottoman invasion of the Balkans, it even pre-dates the Slavic migrations for that matter.
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    Poll: This has been explained many times. I-CTS10228 in...

    This has been explained many times. I-CTS10228 in modern day South Slavic peoples went through founder effects which increased its frequency. What matters most is diversity and basal diversity, this...
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    Poll: So far, it seems that the males of this culture...

    So far, it seems that the males of this culture were predominantly G-L43, though there were some other haplos such as E-M78.

    aDNA from the Cucuteni-Trypillian Culture:
    1) I1926 - G2a2b2a
    2)...
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    Not really. The vast majority of Indian and Asian...

    Not really. The vast majority of Indian and Asian J2b2 is Z2432+ and not L283+ like European J2b2. Z2432 likely expanded into the Indian subcontinent and surrounding areas during the Neolithic (maybe...
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    Many M78+ aDNA samples have been found. I was...

    Many M78+ aDNA samples have been found. I was just listing the V13- samples which were found in Neolithic Europe.

    V13 aDNA:
    1) E-V13 from Avellaner cave, Spain. Belonged to the Cardium Pottery...
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    The V13 found in the Middle East and West Asia is...

    The V13 found in the Middle East and West Asia is primarily of recent European origin. They all belong to rather recent downstreams that originated and expanded out of Europe. The only groups that I...
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    E-L618, the father clade of V13, has been found...

    E-L618, the father clade of V13, has been found in two Neolithic European sites so far. M78 was also found in Neolithic Hungary and Ukraine.

    1. E-L618 from Zemunica cave, Croatia. Sample belonged...
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    I think Edith Durham was just stating what she...

    I think Edith Durham was just stating what she believed was the origin of the locals. She also states that the Reci are also of mixed origin from Pulti and Dukagjin (Shllaku). However, these...
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    From what I have gathered (and what is shown on...

    From what I have gathered (and what is shown on the map), only Lohja e Poshtme was later included within the Bajrak of Reci. Lohja e Siperme seems to have remained separate.

    I'm not too sure as...
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    The Lohja themselves are heterogeneous in terms...

    The Lohja themselves are heterogeneous in terms of origin and are divided into two main Bajraks which are unrelated to one another. The two Bajraks are the Lohja e Poshtme and Lohja e Siperme. If I...
  11. Poll: Please stop talking nonsense, at least back it up...

    Please stop talking nonsense, at least back it up with evidence if you do.

    Clades under T have already been found in aDNA samples from Europe which date back to the Neolithic. T-L208 and T-L162...
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    Man just test will you... Maybe then we will take...

    Man just test will you... Maybe then we will take you seriously.
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    The Early Bronze Age Anatolian sample was Z1828*,...

    The Early Bronze Age Anatolian sample was Z1828*, a clade which today is primarily found in the Caucasus. It's safe to say that the Z1828 clades in Cyprus may be of Anatolian origin, though thus far...
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    J1 is found in Cyprus at a frequency of 6.5%...

    J1 is found in Cyprus at a frequency of 6.5% according to this study https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4750176/, though this study was mainly focused on Greek Cypriots.

    From what I...
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    I really don't understand why you go around...

    I really don't understand why you go around making statements when you know nothing about Y-DNA haplogroups, or genetics in general for that matter. Percentages mean nothing, provide...
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    R-F2935>F1019 was found in the paper on Ancient...

    R-F2935>F1019 was found in the paper on Ancient Rome:
    Sample R1548, Monterotondo, 27 BCE-300CE (Imperial Rome) - R-Z93>F2935>F1019

    In terms of auDNA, this sample was clustering somewhere between...
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    Interesting J-M205 find from the paper on Ancient...

    Interesting J-M205 find from the paper on Ancient Rome:
    - R50, Centocelle, 135-244CE (Imperial Rome) belongs to J2b-M205>Y134194...
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    That means nothing, E is ~65,200 years old whilst...

    That means nothing, E is ~65,200 years old whilst E-V13 is only ~8,100 years old. You can't compare the two. The TMRCA of V13 (~4,800ybp) correlates well with the IE Bronze Age expansions.
  19. You're joking aren't you.... DNA tests don't...

    You're joking aren't you....

    DNA tests don't involve needles or hospitals lol, you either spit in a tube or swab the inside of your cheek. Anyways, I don't think you'll ever test, you're too...
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    I think both had something to do with the...

    I think both had something to do with the expansion and ethnos of Semitic speakers. J2-M205 can be compared to J1-P58 as both have TMRCA ~8,400 years ago. J-Z2324 was also found alongside J-M205 in...
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    Sorry about the off topic J1 post btw.

    Sorry about the off topic J1 post btw.
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    Based on current data, the J1 clades found in...

    Based on current data, the J1 clades found in Albanians seem to have primarily arrived between the Late Bronze Age and Byzantine Period. So you are correct. Majority fall under P58 which is a major...
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    I wasn't aiming to give a complete breakdown of...

    I wasn't aiming to give a complete breakdown of the J-L283 percentages, only PH1751+ and Y23094+ which is why I gave a more precise percentage for them. Some of the unclassified samples may turn out...
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    From what I see on our results document there are...

    From what I see on our results document there are 159 samples that fall under L283, 77 of which are PH1751+. This would mean that ~48% of Albanian J-L283 is PH1751+. The second largest cluster is...
  25. This sums up your level of intelligence and...

    This sums up your level of intelligence and understanding pretty well....
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