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  1. One of the main reasons the Suebi were feared so...

    One of the main reasons the Suebi were feared so much is that, at that time, they were way ahead in their organisation and more an alliance, a fused tribe, like the later Franks, Bavarians,...
  2. The problem of the Celts were that they, the more...

    The problem of the Celts were that they, the more they developed culturally, united the weaknesses of both sides, the lack of discipline and cohesion of the Barbarians, the socially too stratified...
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    The most important fact is that they were...

    The most important fact is that they were widespread on both sides of the Carpathians and seem to have had a fairly direct impact and continuity into the developed Iron Age, oftentimes the first to...
  4. The Celts had better weapons, originally, but...

    The Celts had better weapons, originally, but their tactics were too chaotic indeed. But even if in one case they charged in full speed, this doesn't have to mean they did attack in complete disarray...
  5. Concerning the documentary about Rome, I can't...

    Concerning the documentary about Rome, I can't stand bad fighting scenes. Some of the few which did it right in some episodes was the series Rome, even pointing the failure of so many others out by...
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    Of course, but the problem with those, for me, is...

    Of course, but the problem with those, for me, is why the Pannonian study didn't pick E-V13 up. Its possible they just missed it by some centuries, because they didn't go all the way and in all...
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    I don't think so, because some of them were in...

    I don't think so, because some of them were in the region for longer and had relations which would have produced results already, in the ancient DNA record, if that connection would be valid. The big...
  8. Completely different topic, but China is close to...

    Completely different topic, but China is close to being totalitarian, but surely not "ethno-fascist" (whatever that means) at all. Even on the contrary, they priviliged minorities way too much in...
  9. Some were better off than others, but yes, some...

    Some were better off than others, but yes, some of the first things the Germans did was building churches, hospitals, roads, railroads etc, sure not worse than what the Romans did. Some even work to...
  10. The Uighurs were even privileged in the past,...

    The Uighurs were even privileged in the past, were allowed to get more children and a good representation in the political organisation of the province and state. However, it was expected of them to...
  11. I don't think the situation in Belgian Congo and...

    I don't think the situation in Belgian Congo and South West Africa were directly comparable, because in one case it was the slave like labour, profit orientation, corruption and brutality of all...
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    The issue is rather that Girla Mare is probably...

    The issue is rather that Girla Mare is probably about the third layer, not the top one, in the spread of the related cultural groups. I don't think it contributed E-V13 right now. I can't rule it out...
  13. Even among Iranians Zoroastrians have more than...

    Even among Iranians Zoroastrians have more than the average, which speaks for itself. However, the only number I can't explain easily is that of the Assyrians. If its no recent founder effect or...
  14. There is a connection between Daco-Thracians and...

    There is a connection between Daco-Thracians and Iranians, beginning with the Thraco-Cimmerian horizon and the Scythians. Through this connection, some E-V13 seem to have travelled, fairly early on,...
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    Ah ok, so its not proven yet, because the...

    Ah ok, so its not proven yet, because the relationship of these groups, especially Girla Mare if you mention it, is still doubtful and needs to be investigated. Because in those movements, different...
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    What do we have from Greece? Did I miss something?

    What do we have from Greece? Did I miss something?
  17. Many of the other haplotypes are quite dispersed...

    Many of the other haplotypes are quite dispersed and don't respresent any sort of big pulse migration associated with incoming Turks, but some N subclades have a TMRCA in Antiquity and being very...
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    Poll: When married, I wanted my wife to have my name. A...

    When married, I wanted my wife to have my name. A double name would have been acceptable, if she would have insisted, for herself, but not for my children. Otherwise I don't care as much. I know...
  19. Well, not as handy and not as specific I'd say....

    Well, not as handy and not as specific I'd say. But I don't really care, people should just use an established term which everybody can instantly recognise.
  20. Also, what's the handy alternative?

    Also, what's the handy alternative?
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    I have a couple of 0 GD matches on FTDNA, but...

    I have a couple of 0 GD matches on FTDNA, but like for you, FTDNA didn't update its tree, I'm still in the generic basal branch there. YFull on the other hand created a new subclade for me and my 0...
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    It's not important that you have them in your...

    It's not important that you have them in your list, what matters is the genetic distance. Like I got a new subclade on YFull. So far only people at a GD of 0 are in it. Will be pretty much the same...
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    They were, especially GAC surely was, TCC wasn't...

    They were, especially GAC surely was, TCC wasn't defenseless either. Even LBK people built settlements in a specific pattern, sometimes quite clearly approaching a military bridgehead into HG...
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    Thank you. As you know, there are country...

    Thank you. As you know, there are country specific works in the local language or regional experts which are largely unknown to outsiders. So its always great if someone who is an "insider" can take...
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    Since i would most strongly associate the spread...

    Since i would most strongly associate the spread of E-V13 with Iron technology, do you have good sources and information on the introduction of Iron technology in Albania and surrounds? Does that fit...
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