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    Shaqiri 20', Embolo 44', Freuler 48' 13698

    Shaqiri 20', Embolo 44', Freuler 48'

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    Catanzaro, Calabria Reggio Calabria, Calabria...

    Catanzaro, Calabria
    Reggio Calabria, Calabria
    Catania, Sicily
    Milicia, Sicily
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    The user "Okoi" is a puppet account of an already...

    The user "Okoi" is a puppet account of an already multiple times banned user. It would be great leaving out discussions about my or the personal background of other people out of this thread as it is...
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    The paper hasn't been published yet. But when it...

    The paper hasn't been published yet. But when it is or prior to its publication the sample files are uploaded I'm sure Trojet or anyone else knowledgable in YDNA analysis will let us know.

    Will...
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    Have to correct my initial post: it should be four J2b-L283 samples not three. Got confused by someone's post.

    MYG 001 YDNA J2b-L283 mtDNA K1a
    MYG 008 YDNA J2b-L283 mtDNA K1a
    MYG 006 YDNA...
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    Edit: Going over this again it should be 4...

    Edit: Going over this again it should be 4 J2b-L283 samples. The first guy seems to have three boys with two different women: so MYG 001 and MYG 008 both share the same MtDNA next to the Y.
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  7. The Western Balkans L283 samples from Slovenia to...

    The Western Balkans L283 samples from Slovenia to Montenegro (haven't checked Albania) share also MtDNA with each other e. g.
    id:I13167 J2b-L283>Y21878 (MNE_LBA_Kotor)
    id:I24638...
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    Yes, J2b-L283. The three samples from Mygdalia, Arcadia, Greece carry a lineage typical of the EBA-IA East Adriatic Western Balkans (EBA Cetina culture and its derivatives onwards namely its late...
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    Ancient DNA reveals admixture history and endogamy in the prehistoric Aegean

    Skourtanioti et. al. 2022: https://www.ebi.ac.uk/ena/browser/view/PRJEB56216

    Three MLBA J2b-L283 samples from Mygdalia, Arcadia, Greece. Just shows these Cetina guys really did not miss one IMO...
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    My bad. For some reason I had that in mind...

    My bad. For some reason I had that in mind perhaps it was a different site or none at all lol? Yes, interesting auDNA he plots South of the Paeonian Ulanci/Illyrian mish mash of Cinamak, so between...
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    I see. Well, not exactly sure with Kannellure in...

    I see. Well, not exactly sure with Kannellure in Dardania or just generally early Thracian presence in comparison to Bërnica culture in order to conclude wether the former or latter form the original...
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    Bërnica e Poshtme actually harbours a Bërnica...

    Bërnica e Poshtme actually harbours a Bërnica culture necropolis. There hasn't been much effort for genetic testing by local academics. The main problem is the archeologists since most of them as...
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    Speaking of Southern Arc: The Southern Arc...

    Speaking of Southern Arc:

    The Southern Arc paper had a section in which they addressed supposed „lineages of great frequency within certain regions“ they did not say anything about J2b-L283. Heck,...
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    I see Yfull has been contacted by some people to...

    I see Yfull has been contacted by some people to post certain Southern Arc LBA Greece, LIA Albania etc. samples and they are in the process of being uploaded.

    Perhaps some here could do the same...
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    Interesting. Makes sense and it is not surprising...

    Interesting. Makes sense and it is not surprising at all.

    Sure. Wondering why the testing of such historical figures does not really pique the interest of population geneticists.
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    I see. Well, it would make sense statistically...

    I see. Well, it would make sense statistically speaking since E1b-V13>Z5017 has deep roots in the Balkan-Carpathian sphere and J2b-L283>Y22894, on the contrary, is clearly from the Western Balkans....
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    We don’t know what Vlad Tepes might have been...

    We don’t know what Vlad Tepes might have been unless his bones get dug up and tested. The most common haplogroup and equally clade of that haplogroup amongst tested Basarab descendants is...
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    Isn't this the "paper" that claims I-Y3120 is...

    Isn't this the "paper" that claims I-Y3120 is native with the argument "Romanians think of themselves as the descendants of Dacians so this linage has to be native Dacian"? It is not just last decade...
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    Evidently enough we will see in the Serbia and...

    Evidently enough we will see in the Serbia and other upcoming papers from the Balkans how Illyrian J2b-L283 has gotten massively decimated post Batos' revolts and the Illyrian uprisings whilst the...
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    It is easily refutable. The general problem lies...

    It is easily refutable. The general problem lies within the fact that people are bringing up inter-Slavic populations such as Vlachs or even Bulgarians etc. when talking about Thracians which is non...
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    This lunatic is posting under yet another sock...

    This lunatic is posting under yet another sock and spamming a bunch of threads.
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    Let's just start from the post itself that claims...

    Let's just start from the post itself that claims "Albanians" haven't changed since the Bronze Age. That is just a bad joke.
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    It is quite clear that you seem to have...

    It is quite clear that you seem to have psychological issues. What a funny thing of you to say. So just because I am a proud Nikaj tribesman and neither my family or me are Muslim I cannot be...
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    Never mind.

    Never mind.
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    There clearly is an Illyrian ethnos and language....

    There clearly is an Illyrian ethnos and language. The Illyrian toponyms which cannot be explained via albanophone sound changes I hinted at are located in Albanian inhabited areas not "Liburnia".
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