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    I did not respond to this comment since I still...

    I did not respond to this comment since I still don't understand what all of this means and I don't have a lot of time to research. Is there a simpler explanation? :D
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    Where do you find matches? Like Ostojic and that...

    Where do you find matches? Like Ostojic and that Hungarian? Someone told me that Ostojici are from Novi Glog (Vranjsko Pomoravlje), and not Podunavski okrug.
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    It's 170km from the closest dot of Podunavski...

    It's 170km from the closest dot of Podunavski Okrug to Novo Selo.
    https://imgur.com/a/uvvza5i Here's the picture.

    There are many villages called Novo Selo in Serbia. I am referring to the one in...
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    Yeah, I was resting on the assumption that 15-20...

    Yeah, I was resting on the assumption that 15-20 is typical for Bulgars, as you've said. Novo Selo is not approximately 80 km from Podunavski okrug, there is at least 200km, but still, I see your...
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    Yeah, it's DYS456 14

    Yeah, it's DYS456 14
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    I found one Bulgarian sample so far with same...

    I found one Bulgarian sample so far with same markers so far. Atanas Petko Harizanov(1880-1959) Ditchin (Tesal)

    P.S. I have no idea how to attach pictures so i will post a link:...
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    Ok, so new updates. I do have 15-20 on 385ab, I...

    Ok, so new updates. I do have 15-20 on 385ab, I was mistaken. Now i will present the 17 markers.

    DYS393 12
    DYS390 23
    DYS19 15
    DYS391 10
    DYS385a 15
    DYS385b 20
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    I don't know, but SANU (Serbian academy of...

    I don't know, but SANU (Serbian academy of science and arts) is doing the research... and trough some internal info m205 seems to be abundant from Trgovište to Svrljig. I know we share common...
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    Thanks for new inputs Dema! I swear I read...

    Thanks for new inputs Dema! I swear I read earlier that there were already samples found in Levant of m205. I don't know where you read that it cannot be found. Still, 1-2% is still too small of a...
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    Greetings Dema, yeah, I don't doubt the Levant...

    Greetings Dema, yeah, I don't doubt the Levant hypothesis. I am just not certain how are you so sure our forebears spoke Latin and not Greek? They may have spoken Latin for a certain time, when the...
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    First of all, all of this was really cancerous to...

    First of all, all of this was really cancerous to read : D I thought that ban would last longer, so I haven't been visiting the thread. I'd just like to add a few things that are not too related to...
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    I wanna add to the "Greek" origin narrative that...

    I wanna add to the "Greek" origin narrative that is spoken of in my village and family. It could be simply that they used to call everyone that's Byzantine a Greek back then, so when my forebears...
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    Thanks for the information! :) I will be coming...

    Thanks for the information! :) I will be coming back to this thread to see weather you have new information, since you are very adept at this subject. Cheers!
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    Sorry for the late reply, I don't come to this...

    Sorry for the late reply, I don't come to this forum too often.
    I meant it is underrepresented because there haven't been big studies done in this region, which is not the case with this new study...
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    Hello Dema. J2b1 is actually underrepresented in...

    Hello Dema. J2b1 is actually underrepresented in Serbia (I don't know about whole Balkans) because currently available data does not include much of the Šopluk region where J2b1 is abundant (that...
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    Hello everyone. I am J2b1-M205 from Leskovac,...

    Hello everyone. I am J2b1-M205 from Leskovac, Serbia. My ancestors were living in Novo Selo near Grdelica for a long time.
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