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    Its unknown how the surviving J-L283 made it to...

    Its unknown how the surviving J-L283 made it to SEE, but the most likely path imho is Caucasus -> Yamnaya -> EBA Mokrin -> MBA Pannonian-Balkan Tumulus Culture groups -> Glasinac-Mati Illyrians and...
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    It is absolutely for sure E-V13 did exist among...

    It is absolutely for sure E-V13 did exist among classical age Peleponnesians, the question is just which subclades and frequency! Because Psenichevo, the main Thracian group, directly to the North,...
  3. In general I'd say that the combination of I1 and...

    In general I'd say that the combination of I1 and R-U106 is always a safe starting point for debating about Germanic contributions. If just one of those two is present in a low percentage, we might...
  4. Interesting, for E-V13 this map alone is helpful...

    Interesting, for E-V13 this map alone is helpful to confirm that there seem to have been two to three centres, one in the North West, rather associated with Hallstatt, Ligurian and Lombards, the...
  5. Romanian is a Romance language, presumably with a...

    Romanian is a Romance language, presumably with a Daco-Moesian substrate and Albanian influence when large groups of the Vlachs sought refuge close to Albanian strongholds in Late Antiquity, which...
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    That's a very different region, which was up to...

    That's a very different region, which was up to Unetice times largely Bell Beaker in every respect, but it might give us a hint as to whether the introduction of TC was associated with some sort of...
  7. Dacians were Daco-Thracian people, related...

    Dacians were Daco-Thracian people, related especially to the Getae and Moesians, especially with Cimmerian, Scythian and later Celtic influences. But they were still Dacians, one of the main groups...
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    Of course, I didn't solve the whole puzzle, I...

    Of course, I didn't solve the whole puzzle, I don't know enough about every single culture in question and I don't have access to additional samples which being needed. However, the Gava/Channelled...
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    Also from the paper: ...

    Also from the paper:


    https://library.oapen.org/handle/20.500.12657/33895

    I found little about the Lapotince-Vlatice group mentioned, but sounds interesting. Does anyone have more...
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    Many options and I don't really know, but here...

    Many options and I don't really know, but here are my opinions: Could be Tripolye-Cucuteni, could be steppe-related. In any case we have R1b and J2b together in Mokrin EBA, preceding the Iron Age...
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    But that's about the Danubian zone occupied by...

    But that's about the Danubian zone occupied by Belegis II-Gava rather. Eastern Pannonia and the Morava valley were both heavily influenced by Channelled Ware, rather colonised by these people, but...
  12. The funniest part of the paper was "unexpectedly"...

    The funniest part of the paper was "unexpectedly" if talking about the genetic impact of Kofun.


    As if people still can't believe that most major cultural shifts were accompanied by some sort of...
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    I know, I wrote about the elite tumuli in...

    I know, I wrote about the elite tumuli in Northern Romania from Gava-related groups, which seem to represent the elite and hierarchical culture they practised. Something which appears throughout...
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    Yes, it spread to Pannonians, but from the...

    Yes, it spread to Pannonians, but from the Thraco-Cimmerian horizon and Basarabi. That means at the time of the Roman Empire, there surely was E-V13 in Pannonians, Illyrians, Greeks, Celts etc. But...
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    You just talk semantics, not content. You don't...

    You just talk semantics, not content. You don't have the individual inscriptions for the samples and the archaeological studies prove that they were overwhelmingly from the area and related regions...
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    The only E1b1b couples and more samples in close...

    The only E1b1b couples and more samples in close proximity come from Danubian Lengyel-Sopot and Rhenish Michelsberger in the whole Neolithic of Europe. Nowhere else so far and especially no relevant...
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    E-L618 might have been very widespread along the...

    E-L618 might have been very widespread along the Rhine and the Danube thanks to Lengyel, secondarily the Michelsberger - and in Bohemia and Bavaria because of the Lengyel colonists from...
  18. You can read up on it here: ...

    You can read up on it here:
    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/41736-Dynamic-changes-in-genomic-and-social-structures-in-third-millennium-BCE-central-Euro

    Unfortunately almost all the...
  19. They have pre-Slavic, including Germanic...

    They have pre-Slavic, including Germanic admixture, but its not nearly as high. I think its even possible that the post-migration period German settlement had more of a Germanic impact than the...
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    That's of course always possible, but we have no...

    That's of course always possible, but we have no proof for it and the main clades all branch around the same time and seem to have marched like described, with members from every major clan adding...
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    You are right that its probably a recent founder...

    You are right that its probably a recent founder effect, but its still remarkable that just across the border to the next cultural formations, the increase is so steep. Yet it might be anachronistic...
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    Slovenia, which was also Illyrian in burial...

    Slovenia, which was also Illyrian in burial custom, with the Unterkrainer group of Hallstatt, has one of the lowest E-V13 numbers in the region. If you say the Central Balkan, I might agree. But the...
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    Actually J-L283 is unlikely to have spread...

    Actually J-L283 is unlikely to have spread Illyrian at first, and could have participated in other people like Etruscans too, yes. But they mainly expanded, especially in the Balkans, with Illyrians,...
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    So far we have in the ancient DNA mainly E-Z5017...

    So far we have in the ancient DNA mainly E-Z5017 from Serbia. No E-Z5018 yet before the common era, isn't it right?

    I also think that the Central-Western European diversity is no issue, because...
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    Actually a lot of the E-Z5018 clades have even a...

    Actually a lot of the E-Z5018 clades have even a later, Iron Age Basarabi-Hallstatt distribution and TMRCA. And they have no earlier branching events and distribution in the Balkans than the other...
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