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    The Vlachs of former Yugoslavia

    Vlachs today no longer exist in Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro while in Serbia exist smaller Vlach population. Primary historical sources mentione Vlachs in Croatia and Bosnia...
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    Vlachs and Albanians should share same Balkan...

    Vlachs and Albanians should share same Balkan original haplotypes among which is and J2b2 because both of them are originally indigenous Balkan people.

    To separate these haplotypes and branches...
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    Name of this thread is J2b2-L283...

    Name of this thread is J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian), but proto-illyrian haplotypes are probably and other haplotypes which existed alongside J2b2-L283. In this sense, discussion can also go in...
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    I say earlier as if you didn't say anything. You...

    I say earlier as if you didn't say anything. You have to prove everything you claim with genetic data that proves it. You have scientific papers or YFull and present them as evidence. Then I will...
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    Again an answer without any relevant evidence. ...

    Again an answer without any relevant evidence.



    As if you said nothing.
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    What do you mean that "dalmatians are closer to...

    What do you mean that "dalmatians are closer to other balkanites serbs/romanians etc"?

    Under no circumstances could they be closer to other balkanites serbs/romanians etc. In Dalmatia and...
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    In Kosovo E1b is up to 47%. It could mean that...

    In Kosovo E1b is up to 47%. It could mean that this haplotype is probably autochthonous in this area. That there was migration from Albania towards Kosovo E1b couldn't be 47% considering that the...
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    Wikipedia is based on sources and we can't blame...

    Wikipedia is based on sources and we can't blame someone for editing Wikipedia articles according to sources. But that's why each of us can open a topic here about these tribes and explain what...
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    In Croatia and Bosnia we have Vlach context, so...

    In Croatia and Bosnia we have Vlach context, so Kriči tribe or the old family of Ugrenović doesn't mean much to us. We follow migration of Ydna branches. If it turned out that the Croatian and...
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    I was speaking in general and explained in the...

    I was speaking in general and explained in the previous comment. I mentioned J2 in the context of Bulgaria and etc. In context of Bulgaria is J2b-M205. I also used the historical context(Vlach...
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    I mentioned and Bulgarian conection ("probably...

    I mentioned and Bulgarian conection ("probably from more directions ie Bulgaria....."). And there is included J2b-M205 which stretches from Bulgaria to Croatian Serbs. As for "J2" and "lumping" I...
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    If for now we can say that J2b2-L283 is...

    If for now we can say that J2b2-L283 is proto-illyrian, what about E1b-V13 and R1b branches?
    If we look at the bigger picture of Albanian E1b-V13 branches there exist some Bulgarian connections...
  13. The differences which existed between dinaric...

    The differences which existed between dinaric south and dinaric north lines no longer exist in that sense at least not for most balkan or Croatian subclades or mutations. In the Croatian case all...
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    Vlachs which coming to Bosnia, Croatia etc have...

    Vlachs which coming to Bosnia, Croatia etc have ties to southeastern Europe. Probably hills towards Albania and Greece. Other groups of Vlachs are probably coming from direction of Romania. There are...
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    Settlers to Bosnia or Croatia are mostly Vlachs...

    Settlers to Bosnia or Croatia are mostly Vlachs who later became Serbs under the influence of the Orthodox Church. There are no primary historical sources which call this population as the Serbs....
  16. Bosnian Serbs have E1b as the second haplotype in...

    Bosnian Serbs have E1b as the second haplotype in the population, there are Serbs, Montenegrins, etc. I guess we have something indigenous based on that. There is also the Balkan R1b as well as J2...
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    Poll: Probably in the area of the French-German border....

    Probably in the area of the French-German border.



    It is possible that part of the I2a branch left Southeast Poland before Slavization.



    Because it was a non-existent mutation at that...
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    Poll: "In 2011 Nordtvedt has confirmed I-L69.2 is not...

    "In 2011 Nordtvedt has confirmed I-L69.2 is not older than 2,800 years. In his last comments about Haplogroup I tree and the conjectured spread map, he locates the start of the I-L69.2 lineage around...
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    Poll: For now Nordvedt is confirmed.Southeastern...

    Most people here definitely fit the bill.[/QUOTE]For now Nordvedt is confirmed.Southeastern Poland is probably the original area of the White Croats.
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    Poll: Nordtvedt determined possible direction of I2a...

    Nordtvedt determined possible direction of I2a migration towards Romania, Bulgaria and Greece is behind them.

    http://www.waughfamily.ca/Ancient/Tree%20and%20Map%20for%20Hg%20I.pdf

    The Greeks...
  21. More detailed results for I2a genetics...

    More detailed results for I2a genetics (Y-chromosome haplogroups from Hun, Avar and conquering Hungarian period nomadic people of the Carpathian Basin) have arrived and there we have three I-Y4460...
  22. Certainly a mutation I-CTS10228 or I-Y3120 cannot...

    Certainly a mutation I-CTS10228 or I-Y3120 cannot be White Croatian origin because White Croats are not mentioned then. My opinion is that White Croatian mutations can be aged around 2000 ybp...
  23. You or anyone else who knows more Croatian Ydna...

    You or anyone else who knows more Croatian Ydna branches, etc feel free to help because we have little public information's.
  24. We are not talking about this theory. We are...

    We are not talking about this theory. We are talking about genetics which confirms or not this theory. I'm from Croatia and as far as I know the Croats are presumed to be Slavs and this is the...
  25. All options are open until you start researching...

    All options are open until you start researching the listed haplotypes. Then you will see where your male cousins on your mother's and father's side appear. What we could say at this point is that...
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