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  1. Thread: Macedonians

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    My post has nothing to do with the ancient...

    My post has nothing to do with the ancient Macedonians. That has been sorted out also on a state level with the new Prespa agreement.
    All we discuss is the name. And the name Macedonia has been...
  2. Thread: Macedonians

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    So why the Romans named the territory as...

    So why the Romans named the territory as 'Macedonia' in the first place?
  3. Thread: E-y16729

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    I just saw your comment so I will answer you...

    I just saw your comment so I will answer you here.
    Yes, I saw that Russian Y16729. He comes from the far east, from Tomsk region of Russia. I don't know the history of that region nor how long this...
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    It's really hard for someone to follow your...

    It's really hard for someone to follow your thoughts. A minute ago you was claiming that E-V13 was in EBA Bulgaria where Reich and his team think the genesis of the Mycenaeans happened now you claim...
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    Can you provide links that I4331 is from that...

    Can you provide links that I4331 is from that Dinara culture? Meanwhile in the supplementary material regarding I4331 it says it's dated between 1700-1500 BCE from the location called Veliki Vanik....
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    Why not when the only ancient J-L283 samples from...

    Why not when the only ancient J-L283 samples from the Balkans so far is one exactly from the time and area of Cetina culture. Plus don't forget the Etruscan who autosomally had clear ties with the...
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    It's not really a surprise, many of us predicted...

    It's not really a surprise, many of us predicted that most E-V13 subclades appeared in the southern Balkans mostly in LBA and EIA.
    What's interesting in the video is that when asked why Bulgaria is...
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    Poll: Yes it would be, especially because all the...

    Yes it would be, especially because all the patterns speak of a spread from west to east not the other way around therefore some crucial new samples that will bring light upon I-Y3120 might start...
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    Poll: Yes, he is snp tested and confirmed as...

    Yes, he is snp tested and confirmed as I-CTS10228. In the dna project however the administrator predicted him further downstream to S20602/YP196 which is equivalent to Y3120 on YFULL. He is tested on...
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    Poll: There is no reason to think that if I-Y3120 is...

    There is no reason to think that if I-Y3120 is not found in the British isles then it can not be an indication of the Celtic movement across Europe. I-Y3130 alone indicates of a movement in an...
  11. Thread: Macedonians

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    Although N.Macedonia is a small country, there...

    Although N.Macedonia is a small country, there are some big differences among the people who call themselves Macedonians nowadays, mainly differences in the language they speak. Modern Macedonian...
  12. Thread: Macedonians

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    Actually it became Macedonia with the conquest of...

    Actually it became Macedonia with the conquest of the Philip north in the territory of the Paeonians. Since then the territory was effectively Macedonia and that's why when the Romans came they...
  13. Thread: E-a24066

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    Also it's interesting what you describe as...

    Also it's interesting what you describe as Bulgarian-like toponymy in the region around Montenegro. Unlike the Greeks the literacy of the medieval Slavic people was on much lower level so we don't...
  14. Thread: E-a24066

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    Yes 'хубав/убав' is a word in...

    Yes 'хубав/убав' is a word in Bulgarian/Macedonian that entered during the last thousand years most probably.
    In the Bulgarian Wiktionary I see that it's assumed that the word entered in the middle...
  15. Thread: E-a24066

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    @Aspurg I am not sure about which name you are...

    @Aspurg

    I am not sure about which name you are talking about?

    About the Meglen Vlachs, these are descendants of the Vlach-Bulgarians that lived in the region of Meglen during the Second...
  16. Thread: E-a24066

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    Any reason why I was called upon in this post of...

    Any reason why I was called upon in this post of yours?

    Of course I match Macedonians, both Slavic speaking Macedonians but also speakers of Eastern Romance as evidenced by the cousins in Shtip....
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    Tbh with you, don't give too much attention to...

    Tbh with you, don't give too much attention to these calculators.
    They are all made by various ordinary forum users like me and you. They are basically relying on G25 made by Davidski and his...
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    Hello Archetype0ne, You are right, these tests...

    Hello Archetype0ne,

    You are right, these tests confirm that there is a great relatedness among people of different ethnic groups in the Balkans, especially in Macedonia, a region which has been a...
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    Target: Aspar_scaled Distance: 1.2450% /...

    Target: Aspar_scaled
    Distance: 1.2450% / 0.01244995 | ADC: 0.25x



    61.4
    Greek_Central_Macedonia
  20. Where is that RafC work? Are you talking about...

    Where is that RafC work? Are you talking about Argonauts of the Balkans?
    Anyway, I wouldn't be so sure about it. Western Europeans in general are huge Greek larpers because of their 'democracy'...
  21. Quite interesting. No Albanians in this...

    Quite interesting.

    No Albanians in this subclade thus far as I can see in their project but there are Bulgarians, Greek Vlachs and Serbs. Possibly mediated by the Balkan Latinophone people in the...
  22. Thread: E-a24066

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    @Aspurg I remember you advocated Cuman and...

    @Aspurg

    I remember you advocated Cuman and other Turkic heritage of your line.
    Someone who is apparently very knowledgeable and enthusiastic like you should have picked up by now that your...
  23. Agree Agree as well Ok, the Dorians are...

    Agree

    Agree as well



    Ok, the Dorians are an enigmatic puzzle.
    I agree that E-V13 in Greece has much to do with post BA collapse and since those Dorians are only mention after this post BA...
  24. @Riverman I guess you replied to my post...

    @Riverman
    I guess you replied to my post although you haven't quoted me.
    Actually we have lot more DNA of ancient Greeks than we do for any kind of other ancient Balkan people. For example, the...
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    So close to a Mycenaean? It looks bogus... ...

    So close to a Mycenaean?
    It looks bogus...

    https://i.postimg.cc/3J3LkS7V/Screenshot-20200404-102837-Samsung-Internet.jpg...
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