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  1. I did not follow in detail MtDNA for Croats or...

    I did not follow in detail MtDNA for Croats or White Croats but I can say it's basic MtDNA from which we can not find out too much.



    https://www.geni.com/projects/H11a-Mitochondrial-DNA/33944
  2. This is visible and if we follow Y DNA but I was...

    This is visible and if we follow Y DNA but I was asking you specific Balkans MtDNA which Croatian women have.
  3. How do you know then that Slavs married Balkan...

    How do you know then that Slavs married Balkan women when you make no evidence?
  4. You may have been on a good track because...

    You may have been on a good track because Byzantium needed an alliance or Slav warriors at that time, still the Avars are in Pannonia. If we follow De Administrando Imperio Croatians are invited to...
  5. Possible, but they are still coming from...

    Possible, but they are still coming from direction of Carpatians to the Balkans. When we find out which younger I2a, R1a subbranches are exist in the Balkans then we will know more.



    For now we...
  6. Do you have any MtDNA evidence?

    Do you have any MtDNA evidence?
  7. I2a exist and in the Vlachs but I2a branches...

    I2a exist and in the Vlachs but I2a branches originally coming to Balkans with Croats and other Slavs.
    If Slavs are asimilated into Vlachs(Macedonia, Bulgaria, Greece etc) they probably married...
  8. How do you mean half Slavic? Today's Slovenes...

    How do you mean half Slavic? Today's Slovenes mostly have pre-Turkish Y genetics, probably with German (Austrian) R1b influence.

    Therefore that there was no migration from east Balkan ( Turkish...
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    How concretely they are different? ...

    How concretely they are different?



    Sclavenians are mentioned in historical records but there were more tribes among them, same as Illyrians whose name covered all tribes in the Illyrian...
  10. Probably until time when they become Christians.

    Probably until time when they become Christians.
  11. An unknown Croat ruler from the 8th century opens a new chapter

    It is not possible to give name and surname to the people and to the ruler who was buried in the tomb at archaeological site of Brekin's hair at Bojna. The problem is that there are a few preserved...
  12. During 10th century according to the Primary...

    During 10th century according to the Primary Chronicle, Vladimir the Great (958 – 15 July 1015) founded the city of Belgorod in 991. In 992, he went on a campaign against Croats, most likely the...
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    Unfortunately data from a private portal are not...

    Unfortunately data from a private portal are not relevant evidence, we do not know how much is close relatives, cousins , people from the same villages and areas etc. in that data. We have respect...
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    If you do not have relevant evidence to refute my...

    If you do not have relevant evidence to refute my claims you do not need to insult me instantly, this is not Serbian forum and please understand that.
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    You have to use data that is relevant for now,...

    You have to use data that is relevant for now, and that is scientific work for Bosnian Serbs, Croats and Bosniaks.

    http://s155239215.onlinehome.us/turkic/22Kangars/BesenyoGeneticsEn.htm
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    Originally in Lika(possible one or two records)...

    Originally in Lika(possible one or two records) etc Serbs are not mentioned in historical records, do you understand now?

    Therefore we do not know whose origin is genetics of today's Serbians from...
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    There is no scientific paper that says which...

    There is no scientific paper that says which genetics Croatian Serbians have and in which percentage so your data is not relevant.

    We do not know whose genetics you're exposing, as well you do not...
  18. Expanding the horizons of Palaeolithic rock art: the site of Romualdova Pećina

    Sensational archaeological discovery - in Croatia, paleolithic cave painting discovered in Croatia over 30,000 years old.
    Paleolithic cave paintings, over 30,000 years old, were discovered in the...
  19. In a new scientific work about Huns, Avars and...

    In a new scientific work about Huns, Avars and Hungars in Hungaria are probably found Dinaric north branches or subclades in branch I-Y3120.
    https://yfull.com/tree/I-Y3120/

    Probable candidate is...
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    In De Administrando Imperio it is written that ...

    In De Administrando Imperio it is written that

    White Croats certainly mix with Hungarians but it's interesting that branch in that graves are probably former Dinaric north branches or some...
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    Comment on the Serbian portal Poreklo is that...

    Comment on the Serbian portal Poreklo is that S17250 is negative and in Croatian that have x which means it's not that branch.
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    As far as I know it is not S17250 so we do not...

    As far as I know it is not S17250 so we do not know younger subbranch of these samples.
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    Poll: We also have an old scientific paper (2007) in...

    We also have an old scientific paper (2007) in which it is concluded that to Britain possible come some Roman soldiers from Balkans (E1b) and it is not mentioned I2a-CTS10228>Y3120.
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    https://www.familytreedna.com/public/J2-M172?ifram...

    https://www.familytreedna.com/public/J2-M172?iframe=ymap

    J2-M172 Project shows that J2b M205>CTS1969>PH4306>Y22066 Balkan cluster have Croatian Serbs, Serbians and Bulgarians, considering that...
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    We have some data that Albanian hills are the...

    We have some data that Albanian hills are the source of subclade or branch CTS5856(4700 year) there is also archeogenetic E1b V13 from Dalmatia and probably from that direction E1b CTS5856 move ...
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