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    I agree, looking at modern distribution it's easy...

    I agree, looking at modern distribution it's easy to theorize "Celtic dispersal" of J-Z631. This view has been held many times before, including me ;) However, keep in mind that if we based things on...
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    Not really. There is a sample bias on FTDNA, as...

    Not really. There is a sample bias on FTDNA, as Western Europeans are overrepresented there. Further, as can be seen on the J2b-L283 aDNA map, there is currently no J-L283 older than 2000 ybp North...
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    Since I have some time to waste.. did I say...

    Since I have some time to waste.. did I say ancient samples don't count? The Caucasus samples are too young to suggest an origin there. Besides, you claimed there is "studies" that show J-L283...
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    There is currently this one, but it has all the...

    There is currently this one, but it has all the "E" ancient samples lumped together: https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=zr7itbDHGgvM.kHmbTTiPAdtQ

    Agree, it would be good to have a specific one...
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    :lol2: And for the record, there is currently no...

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    And for the record, there is currently no "studies" that show J-L283 originated in the Caucasus. All he is doing is recycling some (outdated) map of some ancient samples.
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    Good catch! I'm missing the two medieval...

    Good catch! I'm missing the two medieval J-Z631>Z1043 samples (KRA010, Germany and VK346, Sweden). Will add them too. The Iron Age Slovenian sample is not published in a paper yet. I'll add him as...
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    Here is a map/database that contains all the...

    Here is a map/database that contains all the published ancient J2b-L283 samples. Will try to update it as new samples are published:

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    Some prominent Albanian J2b-L283 tribes: ...

    Some prominent Albanian J2b-L283 tribes:



    Hoti: J-L283>>FT124757
    Shkreli: J-L283>>Y82533
    Gruda (part of it): J-L283>>Y82533
    Kastrati: J-L283>>Y20899>PH1751
    Krasniqi:...
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    You should know by now that modern distribution...

    You should know by now that modern distribution doesn't equal ancient. For example, in Bosnia one of the major "Slavic" haplogroups makes up around 50% of all male lines. Besides, as we all know,...
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    He needs to hear it from one of these ancient...

    He needs to hear it from one of these ancient J2b-L283 samples screaming "I'm Illyrian" :laughing:

    I can understand a foreigner questioning whether J2b-L283 has anything to do with the Illyrians,...
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    Yes, this is a good point. J-Z631 TMRCA at ~2800...

    Yes, this is a good point. J-Z631 TMRCA at ~2800 ybp is kind of young in comparison to most available aDNA samples, so it may not be easy finding it before ~400 BC.

    Are you J-Z631 btw? One of my...
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    It's hard to say at this point without further...

    It's hard to say at this point without further information. Iron Age Slovenia had significant Celtic influence, and the samples under R1b-L51 may be just that since it's found in Iron Age France and...
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    You can also cross check the Y haplogroups by...

    You can also cross check the Y haplogroups by following this and downloading the .txt file:...
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    Should point out that we have more information...

    Should point out that we have more information for some of these samples:



    Additionally, I heard there should be around 20 samples from Croatia and a few more from Slovenia included in this...
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    I very much doubt we'll find any J-Z2432 here...

    I very much doubt we'll find any J-Z2432 here (i.e. "the South Asian branch"). So those specific ones are very likely false positives. I've seen this software erroneously assign Y haplogroups to...
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    Since it's been suggested, we're actually working...

    Since it's been suggested, we're actually working on such a spreadsheet/map for ancient J2b-L283 samples. I'll update the forums when it's available.
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    Yes, we should not rule out that possibility....

    Yes, we should not rule out that possibility. However, the problem is there is zero aDNA J2b-L283 from Hallstatt/La Tène, and there is quite a few samples already. Odds are, J-Z631 being such an...
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    In short, currently there is no evidence any...

    In short, currently there is no evidence any J2b-L283 was among the Celts or Proto-Celts. At this point, it's all a speculation based on modern distribution of some younger subclades (many of which...
  19. We should wait until the actual paper is...

    We should wait until the actual paper is published and see where the samples come from, along with other details.

    In this yet to be published British aDNA paper, it appears they used samples from...
  20. Nice paper! All three J2b-L283 samples are...

    Nice paper!

    All three J2b-L283 samples are from the archeological site of Timacum Minus, Roman period, and all three are under "Balkans IA Cluster".

    One of them is more specifically...
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    That's just "autosomal affinity" for all the...

    That's just "autosomal affinity" for all the Daunian samples, 4 of which have higher affinity to "Croatia EIA".

    Besides, according to the Supplementary Material, ORD014 and SAL001 should be...
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    For the record, in regards to the Daunians, all...

    For the record, in regards to the Daunians, all the samples and SNP data I pulled out above can be found here (Supplementary Material > Data S1):...
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    Yes, there is at least one R1b-L23>Z2103 among...

    Yes, there is at least one R1b-L23>Z2103 among the Daunians. There is two other R1b, one of them is unclassified below R1b-M269, and the second is under R1b-L23>L51>P312. Besides these, there is also...
  24. POP04, 4700-4300 BCE, Sopot culture, Middle...

    POP04, 4700-4300 BCE, Sopot culture, Middle Neolithic, is most likely under J2a haplogroup, as there is already a J2a-Z6063 from the Sopot Culture from a previous study.

    The lack of J2b-L283 is...
  25. For POP17 under "Other IDs" it says:...

    For POP17 under "Other IDs" it says: I3499;MathiesonNature2018;capture.data.from.tooth.

    So it's the same one from the previously published study The Genomic History of Southeastern Europe, under...
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