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    Georgiev's approach? I'm not so knowledged. About...

    Georgiev's approach? I'm not so knowledged. About Greece or Glauberg?
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    Hellenic Greece could have been finally...

    Hellenic Greece could have been finally constitued by more than a "wave" of peopling. But it's only a suggestion of mine, based on this phonetic evolution shared by more than a IE family, and I have...
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    Besides, this could question the one-step concept...

    Besides, this could question the one-step concept of the Greeks ethnic synthesis.
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    It's Keltoi who was western (Phocea contacts);...

    It's Keltoi who was western (Phocea contacts); Galati whatever the dates were the ones who get eastwards around Balkans, so maybe later. That said, scholars didn't too much differences concerning...
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    Sorry: not Sw- but Qw- to P- !!! I shall...

    Sorry: not Sw- but Qw- to P- !!!


    I shall not stay too long time about the Csabo Barnabas Horvath 's paper ("Redefining Pre-Indo-European Languages Families" 2019) stating that Y-R1b-L51 BB's...
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    Thanks for precisions. I wasn't a "connoisseur"...

    Thanks for precisions. I wasn't a "connoisseur" concerning Jews. WHat I only stated is that Jews stayed in around Middle East among genetically close enough Muslims had a bit more 'Caucasus' and...
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    Thanks. Seems a very important paper. Helas I can...

    Thanks. Seems a very important paper. Helas I can only have the abstract.
    It deserves a special thread.
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    I think without too much risks that Ashkenazim...

    I think without too much risks that Ashkenazim and Sephardic Jews stories are not very close since long ago. I read somewhere that during the Middle Ages a lot of Poles converted themselves to...
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    I'm Moesan and it's Duarte who kindly resumed the...

    I'm Moesan and it's Duarte who kindly resumed the some vaguely mainstream opinions. My first feeding post is a linguistic one about Celtic and Italic links between them, and a reasonable hypothesis...
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    Very often the question of the Celtic languages...

    Very often the question of the Celtic languages is treated at the same time as other questions like the material culture or religion or genetic links. In the theory of "Celts of the West"(Koch)...
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    OK? a map is a map. But on it it seems to me I...

    OK? a map is a map. But on it it seems to me I see names of diverse depth and meaning in History. What period of History is covered by this astonishing map?
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    OK? good start. Thanks for posts. My focus is...

    OK? good start. Thanks for posts. My focus is rather on language.
    I think we could go further in the questioning of the diverse theories.
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    Where and when appeared Celtic?

    Just for my "sommer hollidays" of retired man.
    As I'm not aware of any new writing concerning ancient Celtic dialects, I open this thread just for bets and guesses, reasonings (even if reasoning...
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    You ar right, but I think you mention Mal'ta an...

    You ar right, but I think you mention Mal'ta an Y-R1, I spoke about Y-R1b route to South the Caucasus, not even of Y-R1b first place of apparition, even if it could be between southern Siberia an...
  15. To avoid misunderstandings: this or these suppoed...

    To avoid misunderstandings: this or these suppoed mutations among WHG's could not confer them what we call a "white" or even today "European" skin!
  16. Surely things are not so simple: a common...

    Surely things are not so simple: a common association in West is an even lightest skin associated to light eyes, statistically, not linked to blond hair. (we can be sure that a lot of light eyes are...
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    I wrote 'central Asia': I thought in fact:...

    I wrote 'central Asia': I thought in fact: mergins between eastern Europe and west-central Asia. ( so: Steppes)
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    Not convincing. There is no universal model of...

    Not convincing. There is no universal model of intermatings along History. Every kind of model can be found. If R1b had flirted with south Caucasus, it was after an arrival from Central Asia and...
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    Sincerely, these data are interesting but the...

    Sincerely, these data are interesting but the number are too tiny and too general (no subregion) of Balkans to permit us to make too much conclusions at this stage.
  20. Before to say more, I recall that a lot of...

    Before to say more, I recall that a lot of linguists (meanstream) see an Anatolian IE group of dialects (preHellenic) in today Greece before true Greek speakers, whatever the primary geographic...
  21. Please, let's pass without to simplify things too...

    Please, let's pass without to simplify things too much. For some of us, every aspect of physical look and its causes can have some value. Without it would imply by force affective imput or any kind...
  22. Agree. It was just one of my "generalistic"...

    Agree. It was just one of my "generalistic" reasonings remarks. I was not speaking of the effects of mountains on highlands vs plains, but of the general effect of mountains on circulation as a...
  23. Agree. It was just one of my "generalistic"...

    Agree. It was just one of my "generalistic" reasonings remarks, and I spoke of ancient Italy; I didn't speak of the mountains effects on valleys vs highlands (there is somone, even if weak), but of...
  24. Gauls were described as blondish/fair haired very...

    Gauls were described as blondish/fair haired very often, in stereotypes BUT:
    J. Caesar wrote Gauls were less often fair haired than Belgae who were less fairhaired than Germanics (he wrote somewhere...
  25. Are you meaning 'Italianlike' = some level well...

    Are you meaning 'Italianlike' = some level well mixed+homogenized pop? For a so mountaious region? I doubt. It's why some pop's with ancient DNA "looks" emerge later in history here and there, even...
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