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  1. Also important that there are signs of them...

    Also important that there are signs of them reaching some further places like greece.
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EhD5H-2XkAAz6ca?format=jpg&name=4096x4096...
  2. Brnjica Culture (Kosovo/South Serbia/Macedonia) archaeological source of Dardanians

    I think this is possibly the best candidate for the Dardanian people and language. Some Serbian archaeologists are trying to claim it as a "Daco-Mysian", but the territory is too much in the heart of...
  3. Full albanians that have no ancestry from...

    Full albanians that have no ancestry from peloponnese also get matches in peloponesse because of big medieval Arvanite migration specifically to that site. Some historians put Arvanite percentage as...
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    The linguistic assumptions here are not based on...

    The linguistic assumptions here are not based on linguistic evidence, it is an assumption. They are the opinion of MILORAD STOJIC and should not be taken as something like a confirmed thing. Mysians...
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    Good to keep in mind. Do we know if Thracians...

    Good to keep in mind. Do we know if Thracians were putting cremations into tumuli or just burying into tumulia
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    Sorry, Mycenae-Chania seems to be different place...

    Sorry, Mycenae-Chania seems to be different place from Chania on Crete where the cousin is. It is in Argos next to the other Argos tumuli.
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    Also interesting since Chania is mentioned, is...

    Also interesting since Chania is mentioned, is that one of our distant Berisha-Sopi cousins is from this region.

    https://i.imgur.com/aDe47vS.jpg
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    I never understood some of the myths about...

    I never understood some of the myths about Dardanus in Arcadia, but now this Dardanian presence in Argos explains that.
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    "Klaus Kilian suggested that the tumulus at...

    "Klaus Kilian suggested that the tumulus at Mycenae-Chania was erected by Dorians from the mountainous regions of Northwestern Greece.

    However, tumuli are indeed very common in Epirus but in...
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    Very interesting that he places origin of these...

    Very interesting that he places origin of these foreigners and their burial practices from Dardania (South Serbia & Kosovo) and West Balkans, and specifically mentions Northern Greece / Epirus as...
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    I'm sorry for the big delay, i've been swamped...

    I'm sorry for the big delay, i've been swamped with work stuff unexpectedly. I've only done a map in the zoomed out version, as it took a bit longer since i didn't know the regions, and with only 8...
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    Awesome, i will try to complete it in the nexf...

    Awesome, i will try to complete it in the nexf couple of days as i've got quite a busy schedule this week
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    Don't know much. If an Italian EV13 that has info...

    Don't know much. If an Italian EV13 that has info on the branches and regions is here, he/she can send me the info in dm and I will make a map to post here. Likewise for Greece as knowing the...
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    For now, barring one result, all Albanian Z5017...

    For now, barring one result, all Albanian Z5017 seems to be under one branch, and ~2,900 TMRCA. If it is not just a sampling bias, then maybe this came as a compact group around ~900-700 BC, possibly...
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    Thanks for the kind words and information...

    Thanks for the kind words and information Kuzmosi. I manually drew the points on to the locations. I think there are apps or software that you can input data and it will plot the points on the map...
  16. Albanian, Greek, and Armenian are proposed to...

    Albanian, Greek, and Armenian are proposed to have come from a single Balkan-IE group in the new "Dispersal & Diversification" book, with Albanian splitting off a bit earlier. There will need to be...
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    What was the population before agriculture in...

    What was the population before agriculture in Europe, is there an estimation as to the population density?
  18. Some Dardanians seem to have moved to Italy...

    Some Dardanians seem to have moved to Italy (Apulia, Calabria) before Greeks, where they would later be known as Messapians. Sir Noel Malcolm believes Albanian descends from the non-Romanised Balkan...
  19. Artefacts from the Komani-Kruja / Arber culture:...

    Artefacts from the Komani-Kruja / Arber culture:

    https://i.imgur.com/zNpHQXa.jpg
    https://i.imgur.com/Ydbsyuc.jpg
  20. Brygians are cleanly placed in the Trojan War...

    Brygians are cleanly placed in the Trojan War (~12th century BC) period in North Epirus as they are listed as opponents of Thesprotians led by Oddyseus:

    "Then he sails back to Ithaca and offers...
  21. The texts pasted show multiple sources consulted.

    The texts pasted show multiple sources consulted.
  22. i copy pasted these images quick, because of...

    i copy pasted these images quick, because of that, 707 comes before 706, so make sure to read in proper order
  23. Hammond is an esteemed master classicist. He...

    Hammond is an esteemed master classicist. He dates these invasions based on synthesis of archaeological and historical evidence. He interestingly says Brygians ultimately come from central europe.
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  24. We should follow Hammonds' path of the Brygian...

    We should follow Hammonds' path of the Brygian migration via Dardania into Balkans and see whether we can find more clades that match this spread. So far we have them located in thrace as well (see...
  25. From this paper. The Balkan Mysians are first...

    From this paper. The Balkan Mysians are first noted in the Iliad as Μυσοί.

    Later, Romans record them as "Moesians/Μοισοί."

    The y > οι/oe change fits as transition stage between ū > ī in:
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