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    I thought it was a settlement within Rome based...

    I thought it was a settlement within Rome based on that map. No?
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    Anything on the ANAS, Angela?

    Anything on the ANAS, Angela?
  3. Yes, upload it there as well. Lately though they...

    Yes, upload it there as well. Lately though they have been slacking around, but I think it's still worth it to purchase their analysis.
  4. Should be around 1500ybp. Not sure thought what’s...

    Should be around 1500ybp. Not sure thought what’s the case with the hidden sample, you could potentially be closer to him.

    Anyway, the Sicilian looks like is with origin from the Balkans. Might...
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    Not at all. That Gheg (ALB013fta) from Boattini...

    Not at all. That Gheg (ALB013fta) from Boattini most likely represent another parallel branch under L618.


    Forgot to mention, there is also a Gheg with origin from Kosove (living in Turkey) and a...
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    Btw, the two new L618* samples are Tosk Albanian:...

    Btw, the two new L618* samples are Tosk Albanian: https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-L618/


    They will form a parallel branch to V13 and BY6578.
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    I don't think so. They may in fact be from...

    I don't think so. They may in fact be from farther south hence their relations to Albanian clans. You have now Bukimiri belonging to their cluster, who were natives in Malesi e Madhe (Kuqi/Trieshi...
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    I remember looking at the Catacomb BAM files a...

    I remember looking at the Catacomb BAM files a while ago: RK4002, RK4001 and SA6003. All three were Z2103+ but nothing on Z2106 level, so I left it with that.


    Lmao Aspurg
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    Have any of them been SNP confirmed as such? ...

    Have any of them been SNP confirmed as such?

    The Slovak and the two Moldovan you posted do look similar to those clusters but I would be cautious classifying them as such on that resolution.
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    That’s quite the guess. Let’s not speculate...

    That’s quite the guess. Let’s not speculate without confirming that he has Greek roots..

    Extremely unlikely that BY3880 expanded from Catacomb. They seem to have been predominantly R1b-Z2103,...
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    You mentioned it while discussing with...

    You mentioned it while discussing with Kelmendasi.

    I think you are misinterpreting the yfull tree. The Greek fella under BY3880 is not BY3880*, meaning negative for all subclades downstream. He...
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    It’s possible that these Bjelica might be from...

    It’s possible that these Bjelica might be from Shosh instead.

    We should get Bobi’s BigY soon, btw. We did get his Y111, and he has some off modals.
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    Definitely not as crazy as your ridiculous idea...

    Definitely not as crazy as your ridiculous idea of the possible CTS1273* found in North Albania corroborating its proto-Greek origin.

    Anyway, here is why he mentioned these clusters:...
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    Some Serbs/Montenegrins belonging to A18833 from...

    Some Serbs/Montenegrins belonging to A18833 from what I have seen claim to be with origin from Albania (descendants of Skenderbeg etc).

    Shoshi and Bobi from Dukagjin should belong to this cluster...
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    Jewish from Slavic countries, buddy. From Poland,...

    Jewish from Slavic countries, buddy. From Poland, Belarus etc. Obviously locals that converted to Judaism.
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    You still have Y23115 (formed 2100ybp) in Eastern...

    You still have Y23115 (formed 2100ybp) in Eastern Europe besides the parallel subclades, plus the Chuvash under A7134, as the evidence you’re looking for. It doesn’t matter how they identify today....
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    Just accept it and be done with it, that your...

    Just accept it and be done with it, that your ancestors were Slavic speaking. They mostly likely penetrated Greece early on as a compact tribe.


    And stop mentioning autosomal DNA comparisons and...
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    2200ybp with the other 4 parallel branches that...

    2200ybp with the other 4 parallel branches that are without a doubt predominantly Slavic, that most certainly migrated to the Balkans during early Middle Ages. What are the chances for this branch to...
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    Go take a nap, bro.

    Go take a nap, bro.
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    Z2705 couldn’t have come from East or Central...

    Z2705 couldn’t have come from East or Central Balkans. As was already explained to you, its diversity and frequency peaks in the western part of the Balkans (North Albania and Southern Montenegro...
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    Those are Albanian words, so couldn’t tell you if...

    Those are Albanian words, so couldn’t tell you if Aromanians use them. Perhaps some Aromanians from Albania do. You told me a while back that your ancestors moved from southern Albanian to Macedonia...
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    Dada is actually Albanian and basically means...

    Dada is actually Albanian and basically means older sister. Same thing for Gjysh, means grandfather. And as far as I know, you trace your ancestry to some village in southern Albania.
  23. Never mind

    Never mind
  24. What linguists?! Albanian alphabet, doesn’t...

    What linguists?!

    Albanian alphabet, doesn’t use ‘Š’. Perhaps it means something in Serbian?
  25. They are not Albanian, old or new. Modern...

    They are not Albanian, old or new.

    Modern Albanian is not a mixture of different languages. It has been influenced by many languages over the centuries just like any other Indo-European language...
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