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    Catacomb seems to have been prevalent in R-Z2103...

    Catacomb seems to have been prevalent in R-Z2103 (R-Z2109 is also a subclade of it). The following is a map by Carlos Quiles showing the haplogroups from Catacomb, Poltavka, Balkan EBA, Bell Beaker,...
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    @Gales You write, "The only people related to...

    @Gales
    You write, "The only people related to the Proto-Macedonians were the Thracians, that's what archaeology has demonstrated, with the discovery of the colorful paintings in the important...
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    @Leka You write, "That’s quite the guess. Let’s...

    @Leka
    You write, "That’s quite the guess. Let’s not speculate without confirming that he has Greek roots..".
    Not really quite a guess when you consider that Magna Graecia had more Greeks than...
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    @Leka You write, "You mentioned it while...

    @Leka
    You write, "You mentioned it while discussing with Kelmendasi.".
    I cannot recall mentioning that i consider E-CTS1273* as proto-Greek. Maybe you misunderstood me, i referred to its daughter...
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    @Leka You write, "Definitely not as crazy as...

    @Leka
    You write, "Definitely not as crazy as your ridiculous idea of the possible CTS1273* found in North Albania corroborating its proto-Greek origin.".
    First of all E-CTS1273* isn't found in...
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    @Kelmendasi You write, "There seems to be some...

    @Kelmendasi
    You write, "There seems to be some kind of a misunderstanding. I'm not saying that CTS1273 didn't expand from the Western Pontic steppe region, I'm saying that CTS1273 originated in the...
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    It is an interesting view. Although, i actually...

    It is an interesting view. Although, i actually have a different view even from the segment of Kitselis you aforementioned, not that his analysis doesn't hold merit. I personally find the official...
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    @Johane Derite You write, "There are 57 public...

    @Johane Derite
    You write, "There are 57 public Greek results on the Em35 project https://www.familytreedna.com/public...frame=yresults
    Of the E results:
    17 are too low resolution to speculate from...
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    @Aspurg You write, "Greek BY3880* is an ethnic...

    @Aspurg
    You write, "Greek BY3880* is an ethnic Bulgarian and he's Z5018+ at FTDNA in cluster with a Czech.".
    How do you know this? Not that it would make any difference in my current view,...
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    @Kelmendasi You write, "Nope it doesn't, by this...

    @Kelmendasi
    You write, "Nope it doesn't, by this logic it should've expanded also from Albania. CTS1273* has shown up in the Balkans, the result I'm referring to is my maternal uncle, they are from...
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    @Ownstyler You write, "Macedonia and its western...

    @Ownstyler
    You write, "Macedonia and its western regions had many different ethnic groups until the early 20th century, including Albanians (ex: in Loechovo, Drosopigi/Belkameni, Flampouro/Nevogan,...
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    @Ralphie Boy You write, "Sorry for not including...

    @Ralphie Boy
    You write, "Sorry for not including the link. It’s a study arguing for a maritime Neolithic colonization of Europe, moving from the Aegean and Mediterranean on northward through the...
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    It's the way "Mycenaean" is spelled in original...

    It's the way "Mycenaean" is spelled in original Greek mate. Even though today it is written like that in modern Greek as well, the "u" has taken an "i" sound and would sound like the "y" in the...
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    @Kelmendasi You write, "E-CTS1273 didn't...

    @Kelmendasi
    You write, "E-CTS1273 didn't originate in the Caucasus. The fact that CTS1273* showed up in a modern day sample from Ossetia doesn't mean much, it just means that there was some early...
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    @Ralphie Boy You write, "Here are data from an...

    @Ralphie Boy
    You write, "Here are data from an earlier study on the Peloponnese, Crete and Sicily that seem to corroborate this study. The earlier study argues for a maritime Neolithic colonization...
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    @Ownstyler You write, "Certain. It peaks in...

    @Ownstyler
    You write, "Certain. It peaks in areas with a history of Albanian populations: Peloponnese, Attica, West Macedonia, etc.".Sure mate, but i ask whether we have any source of its frequency...
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    Well, that is a very general question, and...

    Well, that is a very general question, and actually more complicated than some people like to think. Even if we just take the period of what has been academically termed "ancient Greece", we are...
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    Indeed, the Crete_Armenoi sample (1370-1340 BCE)...

    Indeed, the Crete_Armenoi sample (1370-1340 BCE) appears to be in line with the Peloponnesian cluster. It is actually a female sample, although her mtDNA, namely U5a1 was already present in Crete...
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    Illyrians emerge as an ethnic group with a...

    Illyrians emerge as an ethnic group with a distinct culture and art form, during the 7th century BCE, under influence from the Hallstatt culture in the north. Even if we use the term "Illyrian" as a...
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    You write, "Theres no such language as...

    You write, "Theres no such language as "hallstatt", the non-greek lineages were either illyrian or celtic if you are calling them "hallstatt" since Illyrians also interacted with Hallstatt.".
    Sure...
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    You write, "@Demetrios R-M269 shows pretty...

    You write, "@Demetrios R-M269 shows pretty fluctuations in Greece (btw a large chunk of it is R-BY611).".
    I know that most of R-M269 in Greece is R-Z2103, but are you certain about R-BY611?

    You...
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    Indeed, Corinthian Greeks (and their Korkyraean...

    Indeed, Corinthian Greeks (and their Korkyraean descendants) seem to have done most of the Greek colonization upon the Illyrian coasts. In a similar fashion that Miletians seem to have done most of...
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    You write, "On Eupedia, old Dienekes blogposts,...

    You write, "On Eupedia, old Dienekes blogposts, some other forums, roughly this is the number that is seen. You know that very well. Then on the Em35 project, and Yfull checking greek results one can...
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    I am not really interested to discuss the origin...

    I am not really interested to discuss the origin of Albanians because there is always too much drama. And in general, i only follow two threads, this one, and the "Population structure in Italy using...
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    You write, "Greek colonies in illyria are post...

    You write, "Greek colonies in illyria are post 1000BC. That's quite improbable argument that greek colonists transported archaic ~4000Ybp lineages to illyria and thrace from the south, when central...
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