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    Thanks for the insights in regards to Mokrin and...

    Thanks for the insights in regards to Mokrin and those Copper Age samples from Eastern Europe.
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    We already have Paeonian samples from Ulanci,...

    We already have Paeonian samples from Ulanci, Mavrovo and the surroundings they are patrilinealy and autosomally distinct and the archeology of Ulanci proves derived parallels from Paracsin and as it...
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    Already mentioned by Oroku Saki:

    Already mentioned by Oroku Saki:
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    Whilst I am certain to agree based on aDNA...

    Whilst I am certain to agree based on aDNA records that very early Proto-Albanians are highly likely descendants of some Central Balkan MBA nest spanning from the North to the South (likely similar...
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    Reposting this again since that troll with...

    Reposting this again since that troll with multiple fake accounts repeated a wrong statistical percentage (tHeRe Is 60% non-J2b-L283 :-p…), and actually manages to get upvotes for that, regarding...
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    Couldn't have said it better. It is absolutely...

    Couldn't have said it better. It is absolutely insane what that user puts out there and manages to get away with it all the time. From chronic name calling to pseudo scientific mishmash, it's comedic.
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    In regards to Southern Arc aDNA records of...

    In regards to Southern Arc aDNA records of Albania:


    ID I8471 1880-1695 calBCE J2b-L283>>Z615>Z597 (Z609+, Z628+, FT92472-, Z40053-, CTS12554-) Shkrel (Shkodër), Albania (Cetina/Dinaric)
    ID...
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    Have never seen such a claim on this or other...

    Have never seen such a claim on this or other fora. The archeological landscape of Albania is diverse, similar to Kosovo and co. There were rumors circulating about certain samples from Albania....
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    Tell me you know nothing of the stuff you want to...

    Tell me you know nothing of the stuff you want to "inform" others about without telling me you know nothing of the stuff you want to "inform" others about. Not even worth being paid a biologist's...
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    From the supplementary "info guide": ...

    From the supplementary "info guide":

    "Interestingly, rather than in one of the more cosmopolitan trading centres like Groningen, Schleswig, or Copenhagen, we find J2-L228 in Anderten, where the...
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    Well, I get your point and certainly agree since...

    Well, I get your point and certainly agree since that is what the data suggests.

    In regards to Gashi they indeed are diverse and I think with such a group more sampling is needed. I know quite a...
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    There are puppet accounts out here really arguing...

    There are puppet accounts out here really arguing that "Zlatan" (interesting name dear "entertain") is a genuine account. Repetitive posts with the same rhetoric from multiple puppet accounts are not...
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    Great to see someone with actual knowledge of...

    Great to see someone with actual knowledge of Albanian tribes (also not blending out the Hoti, Kastrati and Korbi). Albeit, I would make a clear difference in the Gashi since a great part of them in...
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    Illyrian IA Glasinac-Mati is one of the major...

    Illyrian IA Glasinac-Mati is one of the major archeological complexes in the territory of Dardania (be it under Roman or Pre-Roman set borders) and I have never seen any academic opposing that....
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    There is another basal J2b-L283 Hungarian on...

    There is another basal J2b-L283 Hungarian on YFull id:YF109411 from Fejér.
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    By saying „the main and defining paternal line“...

    By saying „the main and defining paternal line“ one does not exclude other paternal lines also being present at low frequencies. The importance of the wording „main and defining“ is that J2b-L283 has...
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    There is a fundamental problem I have observed in...

    There is a fundamental problem I have observed in repetitive slogans made by certain users on this and other fora in regards to Albanian or Balkan aDNA related threads:

    The statistics of the...
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    That is what most linguists argue about the...

    That is what most linguists argue about the origin of Albanian. They don't argue it is Illyrian or Thracian descended. As I have repeated to some stubborn people who try to apply their modern ethnic...
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    Modern Albanians stem from more than one ancient...

    Modern Albanians stem from more than one ancient Balkan group. The Illyrian case is clear cut: Proto-Illyrian EBA (and onwards) Cetina/Dinaric and their successors IA Illyrians, E1b-V13 cannot be...
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    The terminology was fabricated during Napoleon's...

    The terminology was fabricated during Napoleon's reign. These are Slavic inhabited vassal states of Napoleonian France. It does not have anything to do with the ancient population of Illyria since...
  21. Zurla is an Ottoman-Persian instrument and...

    Zurla is an Ottoman-Persian instrument and Prizren as a region has insignificant to no J2b-L283 at all, it is mostly R1b-Z2103 and E1b-V13. Not to forget all of the Tallava-Balkan Romany influence in...
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    That is not true. And also Shkrel (Shkodra),...

    That is not true. And also Shkrel (Shkodra), Albania, where we got that ID I8471 J2b-L283>>Z615>Z597 (Z609+, Z628+, FT92472-, Z40053-, CTS12554-) dated at ~1788 BCE guy from. The archeological...
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    Considering the high number of...

    Considering the high number of Proto-Illyrian/Illyrian samples we have the "theory" that E1b majorly spread with Illyrians or somehow was a major Illyrian haplogroup is totally debunked. No serious...
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    They essentially want to apply their modern...

    They essentially want to apply their modern ethnic identity to one ancient group and want, for all those part of that modern ethnic identity, to stem from that one particular ancient group. It is...
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    Using flawed tools such as G25 and quoting...

    Using flawed tools such as G25 and quoting Wikipedia amateur edits is not "proving" anything. That Hungarian sample on a PCA plots far to the East and South from the actual Illyrian core. Why not use...
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