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  1. I don't know how accurate this anthropogenic map...

    I don't know how accurate this anthropogenic map of the "Dinaric" type is, but it seems to correlate with the IndoEuropean.eu map of EV13. Probably a coincidence and incorrect data, but if correct,...
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    There is absolutely no historical record of even...

    There is absolutely no historical record of even a small population of Peloponnesian Greeks in Kosovo or North Albania, where many Albanians who do 23andme show up as having likely matches in the...
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    A visualization of some notable recent and...

    A visualization of some notable recent and ancient E-V13's

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ESC6qPJXkAML5c4?format=jpg&name=4096x4096
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    link doesn't seem to work. Here is the album on...

    link doesn't seem to work. Here is the album on amazon, "moj ti zemer" and all the other tracks can be previewed

    https://www.amazon.com/Italie-Musique-Albanais-Albanians-Calabria/dp/B008FL483G
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    "Music of the Albanians of Calabria" ...

    "Music of the Albanians of Calabria"


    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tr4iF7GPfOc&list=OLAK5uy_lD36oo_Wj2A4XsXBqaN66SunDHYoE6FqQ&index=8&t=0s
  6. Very interesting, thanks for the information. Do...

    Very interesting, thanks for the information. Do you know if there are any publications or academic papers dealing with this issue specifically?
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    Lol you people are so pathetic.

    Lol you people are so pathetic.
  8. I would possibly include Armenian, but this isn't...

    I would possibly include Armenian, but this isn't as confirmed as being in the ancient Balkans as of yet, I don't know if they have ever found Armenoid glosses in the ancient Balkans, and there is...
  9. Ethnopedia just posted their results of 1067...

    Ethnopedia just posted their results of 1067 Italian YDNA results so far. EV13 does seem to spike where the most Albanoid glosses have been found in Italy, namely the Apulia region.

    I guess it...
  10. https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Hadria

    https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Hadria
  11. Σκόδρα (Skodra) in proto-Albanian should have...

    Σκόδρα (Skodra) in proto-Albanian should have been Hadria...

    Albanian. Hardhuc (newt lizard)
    Ancient Greek. σκορδύλος (skordlos, newt lizard)

    (Sk > H) (o > a)...
  12. Yes. You can check here for example the Bessi...

    Yes. You can check here for example the Bessi (Natione Bessus) inscriptions of their service in Roman empire:

    They to have been stationed all over europe. Their cohorts show up in inscriptions in...
  13. The term "thracian" has unscientific baggage from...

    The term "thracian" has unscientific baggage from being used to mean only "east balkans" and usually "satem" whereas now this "thracoid" and "satem" or "satem-like" stratum is recognized as being as...
  14. Yes, I hope the Reich lab contacts departments...

    Yes, I hope the Reich lab contacts departments from Kosovo (Ulpiana / Justiniana Secunda is a big site that has been barely worked) and Albania and Greece and does the same study. Also in North...
  15. Further quote: I see 75 samples, one of which...

    Further quote:

    I see 75 samples, one of which is previously published Hun/Gepid sample Vim2b from Viminacium, so 74 new samples.

    Of those, 52 are from Viminacium:

    Four necropoli:

    19...
  16. Quoting him: "It's from an upcoming aDNA paper...

    Quoting him:

    "It's from an upcoming aDNA paper by Reich's team. Since most, if not all sequencing and subsequent analyses are done (autosomal, Y-DNA, mtDNA), I hope we'll see the paper published...
  17. Upcoming Reich Lab paper on Viminacium etc

    "~30% of ancient Roman samples (0-400 AD) from Viminacium , and ~25% of Roman/Early Medieval samples (300-700 AD) from Timacum Minus are E-V13."


    (from user pribislav)

    Apparantly a new Reich...
  18. The d in Skerd- was a typo. It was meant to...

    The d in Skerd- was a typo.

    It was meant to be Sker- is same stem as Harr- (tear out, remove).

    As for nonsense, all your writing has creepy and disturbing undertones of violence and some...
  19. Indo european *sk became *h in proto-albanian...

    Indo european *sk became *h in proto-albanian before the romans entered the balkans. Example: Alb. Hardhuc (newt lizard) Ancient Greek σκορδύλος (skordlos, newt)

    Skerd- is the same stem that...
  20. Thread: E-a24066

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    Your own family has a tradition of Kuqi which...

    Your own family has a tradition of Kuqi which occams razor points to as being true. Peshter is known as a having a large Albanian minority.

    These other folk etymologies are much more convoluted...
  21. This is mine. Not so close to any of them: ...

    This is mine. Not so close to any of them:




    Distance to:
    JD


    9.96847531
  22. The Illyrian King Gentius' name is cognate with...

    The Illyrian King Gentius' name is cognate with this, but not Proto-Albanian but rather on the Italo-Celtic branch. If it were proto-Alb it should be either Dzentius or Ddhentius.
  23. Big discovery. A Proto-Albanian cognate to...

    Big discovery.

    A Proto-Albanian cognate to "Gentis" [kin, race] from *ǵénh₁tis found in 3 Ancient Macedonian inscriptions:
    Δεντις (Dentis)
    Δεντις (Dentis)
    Δεντιι (Dentii)

    Also,...
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    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EOegiFAWAAM93rB?format...

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EOegiFAWAAM93rB?format=jpg&name=smallhttps://pbs.twimg.com/media/EOegiE2W4AAoJ_n?format=jpg&name=smallhttps://pbs.twimg.com/media/EOegiE2XkAA4d2R?format=jpg&name=small...
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    It's a good paper listing chronologically when...

    It's a good paper listing chronologically when the oldest mention of the term "illyrian" first comes from (fairly late, ~400 years BC). The roman administration later named the entire west balkans...
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