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  1. His barbarian nature still shines through, but it...

    His barbarian nature still shines through, but it is amusing to observe.
  2. The fact that Appian also designates Triballi,...

    The fact that Appian also designates Triballi, Perhabi, Maedi, as Illyrians, and that he thinks Pannonians and Paeonians are the same thing shows how untrustworthy and non-definitive his account is.
  3. :wondering: If you guys are so certain that we...

    :wondering: If you guys are so certain that we are wrong about exploring this central balkans tangent about the proto-Albanians, which is supported by countless linguists, then just sit back and...
  4. I guess it would be important to explore the...

    I guess it would be important to explore the different tribes in this region then.

    The Dardani probably were not quite this east, but should be mention as being a possible minority element in...
  5. What🤣? Where did I even mention ancient greeks🤣?...

    What🤣? Where did I even mention ancient greeks🤣?

    🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡
  6. Lol, he's also straight away trying to do some...

    Lol, he's also straight away trying to do some damage control:

    "The fact that they have quite different profiles to each other as well strongly suggests that by the EIA, different E-V13 clades...
  7. Smerdaleos believes Skodra in Illyria was...

    Smerdaleos believes Skodra in Illyria was actually "Skudra" as greeks tended to render /u/ as /o/.

    Also, Hammond believed the chanelled ware that appears in Gajtan, Shkodra, as well as in central...
  8. Carl Patsch interestingly argued that the...

    Carl Patsch interestingly argued that the Thracians were in Albania/West Balkans before the Illyrians.


    While this is most probably wrong, he did also argue some toponyms in Illyria like "Hebros"...
  9. Wrong. Plasari deserves to be trash talked for...

    Wrong. Plasari deserves to be trash talked for misleading people and totally forcing disjointed unconnected things together to force a conclusion which doesnt exist.

    He tries to place arbon from...
  10. The change of arb- to rab- is a slavic sound law...

    The change of arb- to rab- is a slavic sound law that happened before the end of the 800s, called slavic liquid metathesis.

    For another example, skardona became skradin, or Alb- became Lab- in...
  11. The inscription near Shkup which actually says...

    The inscription near Shkup which actually says Albanopolis is obviously related to the Albanoi, (remember they had no illyrian names also) as is the one near Shtip, but the "Arbaios" from finiq has...
  12. Yes, but the second quote mentioned that it...

    Yes, but the second quote mentioned that it appears in north albania and as far as kosova, but was going into more specific subtypes of chanelled ware (horizontal chanelling vs vertical, etc)
  13. This image was made in 2010 by Seth Pevnick and...

    This image was made in 2010 by Seth Pevnick and Esmeralda Agolli of the Lofkend Archaeological project, so I consider it more up to date than Prendi's localisations.

    Also interesting to note how...
  14. Obviously, if the hypothesis that chanelled ware...

    Obviously, if the hypothesis that chanelled ware spread ev13 is correct, then i agree that we should expect ev13 in albania since LBA-EIA since that is when chanelled ware appears in Albania. Ive...
  15. This is the position of Bruzmi also, that it is a...

    This is the position of Bruzmi also, that it is a very minor lineage which had a founder effect in the roman era.
    I think his hypothesis is a forced one just to muddy the water and distract from...
  16. Damn, excine really went and got a 117 page...

    Damn, excine really went and got a 117 page thread locked because some new articles from 2022 were posted that didn't line up with his fantasies 😱

    Excine:

    "In my opinion, this topic should be...
  17. Yes, I personally photographed and highlighted...

    Yes, I personally photographed and highlighted those pages from the first edition print of this book in the library of tirana archive, since these passages about alexander were removed from the main...
  18. I think you've mistaken this for the account by...

    I think you've mistaken this for the account by Rose W. Lane. Ive tried for a long time to find these stories recorded in Albanian somewhere with no luck.
  19. Could you guide me to where Rrok Zojzi collected...

    Could you guide me to where Rrok Zojzi collected mentions of Alexander the Great in our folklore?
  20. So you also have a problem with basic reading...

    So you also have a problem with basic reading comprehension? My comment clearly states that the deepest phylogeny of Albanian is with Greek as is argued by them in the paper alongisde others like...
  21. Illyrian names do appear all the way deep into...

    Illyrian names do appear all the way deep into Epirus territory, in Dodona in South Epirus for example in very old prayer tablets, they found names like Gent, etc.

    Only problem with this is that...
  22. Anyway, to get back to reality. The new paper...

    Anyway, to get back to reality.

    The new paper about Albanian's phylogenetic position has been released with open access.

    Hyllested and Joseph, like Matzinger, reaffirm that Albanian's deepest...
  23. Right, place/land/region: Etymology Edit...

    Right, place/land/region:


    Etymology
    Edit
    From Proto-Albanian *uitśi-(ā), from Proto-Indo-European *weyḱ- (“house, settlement”). Cognate to Sanskrit विश् (víś, “settlement, community, tribe”),...
  24. The semantic transformation from tribe to...

    The semantic transformation from tribe to settlement exists. Albanian. vis (settlement) [compare Dacian patavissa] and Arya Vissa from rigveda meaning "Aryan Clans".
  25. If we note some of the toponyms like " Selymbria,...

    If we note some of the toponyms like " Selymbria, Poltymbria, Bolbabria, Alaabria, Mesambria,etc" then it is also possible that Galabrioi and Kalabria are actually related to this toponym, with the...
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