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  1. * Mari N1a are downstream to the same ancestors...

    * Mari N1a are downstream to the same ancestors as Lithuanian N1a - they have their own clades, that might not have been researched yet, so you have an idea fix, that they are upstream unchanged. It...
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    That's like mentioning that in 250AD ancient...

    That's like mentioning that in 250AD ancient Romans were natives in modern France and came before Gauls, because clearly before them there was no history at all.

    Lithuanian barrow culture is...
  3. I don't think you grasp, N also is a clade and...

    I don't think you grasp, N also is a clade and that N-L1025 also can have downstream clades - they are not constricted on how many child branches they can have, so 93% of Lithuanian N can belong to...
  4. Oh, no. You forgot Slavs from Balkans... ...

    Oh, no. You forgot Slavs from Balkans...

    However, that is not truth - I have no hatred, I just don't understand what is the fuss.


    IMO, answer to topic is found, but we can chat and I need...
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    1. What case? I would not care that much about...

    1. What case?
    I would not care that much about autosomal comparisions... because the main tendency is that neighbours have the same, but slightly different autosomal genes. In other words - it means...
  6. Yes, I'm sure, that your present would be crime...

    Yes, I'm sure, that your present would be crime even according to modern criminal laws, as there is no easy way you can get hold on Popes hat legally.

    You see - even today there are rightful heirs...
  7. You are refering to something I did cover...

    You are refering to something I did cover already.

    N-VL29, that Lithuanians have it at 93% among N is shared with Mari. I clearly refered to period of history before arrival of Lithuanians in...
  8. Thread: Aryans are R1a?

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    Why it is not correct? All of those haplogroups...

    Why it is not correct? All of those haplogroups at some point developed as bottlenecks, which exactly mean that they also developed distinct culture of their own and language and this also comes...
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    Was J common in India during Aryan invasion? I...

    Was J common in India during Aryan invasion?

    I have yet to come to that conclusion, that J was fairly common among Scythians or Sarmatians. If you are referring to Kuro-Araxes culture who expanded...
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    Question for Greek about person name Yanis

    It seems, that exactly the same name is used by Latvians in form of Jānis. By exactly I mean sounds the same.



    Why I'm thinking, that there might be some connection, because there already...
  11. So, how is your quote from Matasovic actually...

    So, how is your quote from Matasovic actually contradicting my text?


    There is A PROBLEM of ancient similarities between Uralic and IE. I've read about number 8000 - don't remember if that is...
  12. LOL, I'm sorry couldn't hold myself :D

    LOL, I'm sorry couldn't hold myself :D
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    My previous effort to post wallpaper failed, so I...

    My previous effort to post wallpaper failed, so I will be very brief(kinda).

    1. Most of data was before y-dna became thing. I really need to save those links, but recently I've read paper, where...
  14. Ok, I get the question now. I was mixed up,...

    Ok, I get the question now. I was mixed up, because some of the words were written together, but I fixed them(at least - in my answer).

    Yes.
    At first, you should have asked Pope to grant rights...
  15. You see, most arguments are over small things...

    You see, most arguments are over small things really - some are over terminology and other starts, because people are not reading carefully.
    Lithuanian lands =/= Lithuania. I know, this is very...
  16. (To what Klavs refer as N1c, I'm refering as N1a)...

    (To what Klavs refer as N1c, I'm refering as N1a)


    Whoa, what math are you using to come to that conclusion. Actually, most of the N1a people nowadays speak Finnish or maybe even - Russian!
    As...
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    MontyK is wrong there - it has nothing to do with...

    MontyK is wrong there - it has nothing to do with Baltic, as Baltic actually have Finnic and Mari N1a(I'm still getting over my failure of posting wallpaper with all that information, that I tried to...
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    Let me use your words: © that Votians of 13th...

    Let me use your words:
    © that Votians of 13th century should have less N y-dna, than modern Latvians in those regions. And if you are asking for me to back up data, maybe you should do it first by...
  19. Tarim basin mummies are R1a. South Asia = India...

    Tarim basin mummies are R1a.
    South Asia = India and Iran. For South Asia and Europe unifying is R1a.


    How is that even relevant to topic? N1c spread by trade routes...
  20. The only buildings you could build in steppe...

    The only buildings you could build in steppe where Mongols lived, were yurts which could be warmed by burning horseshit. How were you going to enforce them? Maybe you should check facts again - those...
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    That would explain only bottleneck of Livonian...

    That would explain only bottleneck of Livonian population, but not influx of R1a in Livonians. Most probably R1a comes from earlier assimilation of Curonians done by Livonians. Not to mention, that...
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    Let me repeat again: Source for higher N in...

    Let me repeat again:
    Source for higher N in Selonia is because of Votians

    Nowhere else I mentioned, that ALL of N comes from Votians.
    Selonians and Aukstaitians basically ceased to exist after...
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    Well, you are confused about these things: It...

    Well, you are confused about these things:

    It is generally accepted, that Uralics reached and inhabitated Courland in Bronze Age. And that the first Uralics in Baltic were most probably Saami...
  24. Silk road is nowhere near steppes, where those N...

    Silk road is nowhere near steppes, where those N y-dna spread. Mongols invaded areas, that had Silk road during end of Silk roads existence.
    It is rather difficult to move trade goods in steppe as...
  25. I guess the answers to your question are already...

    I guess the answers to your question are already out there in form of tree for Baltic Finns:
    http://www.kolumbus.fi/geodun/YDNA/SNP-N-TREE-FIN.jpg

    As far as it goes for Lithuanians and Latvians -...
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