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    There are plenty of cases in human history where...

    There are plenty of cases in human history where the ruling class used as official another language. Turkic Bulgars for example. Greek language was used as lingua Franka in Mediterranean at that...
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    Anatolian languages were centum, and not only but...

    Anatolian languages were centum, and not only but they are considered archaic with the possible date of split circa/maximum 4000bce. It corresponds with the split of R1b PF7562 from its sibling R1b...
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    Definitely, if we want today to have a better...

    Definitely, if we want today to have a better view on ydna of ancient Myceneans , the better place or people to look at would be Greek Cypriots. Forget about the rest of the modern Greeks. Too much...
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    What else they might be! Any ethnic IE group...

    What else they might be! Any ethnic IE group within the IE family bear a distinct ydna haplotype. And PF7562 corresponds very well with the possible time split of Anatolian languages from their IE...
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    According to ancient writers, Phrygians migrated...

    According to ancient writers, Phrygians migrated in Anatolia from the Balkans. The Illyrian tribe, Brygians were still there during the classical Greek times.

    Armenian is a satem language, and I...
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    As for the record, Hittites didn't came from the...

    As for the record, Hittites didn't came from the steppes. They had no steppe related ancestry. Even their IE language differed from the rest of IE languages.
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    No, probably the split occurred circa...

    No, probably the split occurred circa 4200-4000bce. Exactly the time when PF7562 split from its sister ydna, L23. This is why we don't find any steppe related autosomal ancestry in Hittite skeletons.
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    Phrygians weren't related to Greeks. Proto...

    Phrygians weren't related to Greeks. Proto Phrygians were related with Illyrians, whom invaded Anatolia at the end of the bronze age. Their later language was influenced from the greek one the same...
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    Depends on from what part of N Macedonia you...

    Depends on from what part of N Macedonia you hails. Manastir and Oher were once inhabited by large number of Albanians, which means southwest Macedonia.
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    Most probable was the other way around. Dardania...

    Most probable was the other way around. Dardania and Macedonia were former Tracian territories conquered by Illyrians. From Pannonian plains proto Illyrians moved toward the south into Dardania and...
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    Already they remodified the Wikipedia page where...

    Already they remodified the Wikipedia page where is written about 'Alexander I of Macedon', the Philhellene... They have an army of editors there. And well paid either. One is wandering where are...
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    Illyrian language wasn't written , but still it...

    Illyrian language wasn't written , but still it doesn't mean Illyrians didn't existed as a separate ethnicity.

    Eteo/Cretans were a distinct ethnicity surviving well through the iron age in Crete,...
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    'Greek minority in Skopje'! . Don't make me laugh...

    'Greek minority in Skopje'! . Don't make me laugh that much
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    What's your point ? Are you claiming that...

    What's your point ? Are you claiming that Albanians are a Daco/Carpian offspring?

    There's not any Z93 presence today in Albanians.
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    I bet for R-PF7562. Z2103 is too steppe related I...

    I bet for R-PF7562. Z2103 is too steppe related I think. V88 is also too southern related with Egypt and Africa.

    IE Anatolian speakers were not steppe related (autosomal), hence my best bet go for...
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    Thank you for clarifying it to me. I thought they...

    Thank you for clarifying it to me. I thought they did found Ev13 in Tracian tombs. So far, what is the Tracian Y-dna and proto Tracian either, which we have already?

    About Ev13 I presumed that it...
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    The myth on the origin of Dorians resembles to...

    The myth on the origin of Dorians resembles to the one of Macedonian Royal house.

    Heracleidaes were indeed not Dorians , but they joined the Dorians in their war against Mycenaeans and became the...
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    Interesting facts. From what period are the three...

    Interesting facts. From what period are the three samples from Areni? Is that calcolithic?

    Even the Maykop samples are intriguing. Seems that my presumption about Maykop, is coming true. Is there...
  19. Thread: Macedonians

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    Their founding myth of their Royal dynasty....

    Their founding myth of their Royal dynasty. According to them, their dynasty was founded circa eighth century bce
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    In the time of when the myth was invented,...

    In the time of when the myth was invented, Macedons were an unimportant tribe vassal of Persia. Their Royal house invented this myth for political reasons. The same did the Dorians when they settled...
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    Actually, it means typically, Illyrian. Among...

    Actually, it means typically, Illyrian. Among barbarians, the Illyrians were the most savages ones.
    Not all barbarians were not illiterate and uncivilized. Otherwise, Illyrians were totally...
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    The myth about Argead dynasty was only written...

    The myth about Argead dynasty was only written and drawn during the reign of Alexander I of Macedon, soon after the Persian-Hellenic wars. Only afterwards we have the Argead dynasty allowed to...
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    What do you mean by 'Aryans' ? Or 'Aryan' dreams...

    What do you mean by 'Aryans' ? Or 'Aryan' dreams either!
    I think all your talking here with Dema is inutile. Has no value about this thread. Your personal Y-dna has nothing to do with what we are...
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    Ancient writers described them as ruddy. This guy...

    Ancient writers described them as ruddy. This guy fits with this. What century is this sample from? It would be a good help. Thanks
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    Z2103 seems related mainly with Armenians, and...

    Z2103 seems related mainly with Armenians, and secondly with Albanians.
    It would be good to know which one of Z2103 subbranches (Z2106, L584, L277.1) is the Armenian one.
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