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  1. Archetype0ne

    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    Not surprising tbh. Laterally related, but does anyone remember the admixtools runs I did some months ago? At the time I was reproducing the Olalde paper, but after seeing how worthless the models were and playing with different populations something surprising popped up. Namely the key to...
  2. Archetype0ne

    Alexander the Great's FATHER is found.

    IDK, but we have both historical and genetic evidence of slavic migration/admixture in the region. % can be argued, but not the premise. Unless you dont mean continuity in its pure autosomal form. But from what I read thats the impression you gave.
  3. Archetype0ne

    To burn or not to burn: LBA/EIA Balkan case

    sigh, no dna
  4. Archetype0ne

    Kosovo minorities are possibly largely of Albanian origin Y-DNA study finds

    Glad you know about the Skenderbeg raids, since many of your countrymen think that Skenderbeg was Djurad, hope you also know the reason why, since many of your countrymen also think you were the bulwark of Christianly. The fallacy is that asking why there are little Albanian names recorded in...
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    Kosovo minorities are possibly largely of Albanian origin Y-DNA study finds

    Not sure how familiar with history you are. But around 1455 Albanians where in full blown revolt against Ottomans under Skenderbeg. Not sure why you think they would be registered subjects under Brankovic, a Serb, Ottoman vassal at the time.
  6. Archetype0ne

    g25 VS qpadm/admixtools2 comparison.

    Just counter with Lazaridis paper statements on Albanians and the wacky standard errors of the Roman Frontier model not meeting the Patterson qpadm paper criteria. https://academic.oup.com/genetics/article/217/4/iyaa045/6070149 At this point the issue is the big names such as Lazaridis tagging...
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    g25 VS qpadm/admixtools2 comparison.

    Their model for Albanians does not even pass, so kinda sus if they are posting it on social media. But not to worry, not even Serbs believe Serbian media. But arguing on social media over this stuff is like wrestling pigs in the mud. No amount of evidence has any sway on how conversations go...
  8. Archetype0ne

    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    From the Southern Arc: Was re-reading some broader passages searching "Yamnaya", and I really do think it will take years for us to catch up to the bits of gold in that paper. Especially the "Southern Arc" part of the analysis. For Lazaridis if I understand it right, there needed to be a...
  9. Archetype0ne

    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    Would be interesting to reference the high steppe Balkan outliers from my earlier post (AL, BG, RO, SRB), to YDNA see if they fit with Yamnaya, or some earlier wave. But either way I think my point stands, as the argument was about local Eneolithics (EEF+CHG based ancestry) vs Steppe ancestry...
  10. Archetype0ne

    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    Yeah, that's how much I know about R1b lol. Guess that leaves Maros, Daunians, and the Caucasian Steppe samples. But also, are these other branches of R1b no Yamnaya related? If not what are they related to?
  11. Archetype0ne

    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    And this list is not exhaustive. Just a basic google search and use of tools, stopped after finding these.
  12. Archetype0ne

    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    I mean KDC001 and KBD001 found in the Steppe North of the Caucasus, in the same period(4kbp), kilometers apart. KDC001 3824 RUS [RU-KB] J-L283 i X2i3 Ancient human genome-wide data from a 3000-year interval in the Caucasus corresponds with eco-geographic regions...
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    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    I mean, lets assume this is correct. Based on Patterson's latest presentations Yamnaya is an offshoot of Sredny + Triploye iirc? So as far as autosomals they would be very similar. The only difference is the branching timeline, as Sredny precedes Yamnaya by 2k years?
  14. Archetype0ne

    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    I think I responded to this very same claim couple of times already. We have aDNA of both alongside each other. Maros is one example (4kbp), Daunians another example(3-2kbp), and I think from the recent papers there might have been some in Croatia.
  15. Archetype0ne

    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    The big question is how many samples we have? And from how many sites? Them being homogeneous is no surprise given the culture.
  16. Archetype0ne

    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    So Yamnaya samples Moldova -> {(->Romania) (->Bulgaria) (->Serbia) (->Albania)} in an un-admixed fashion. And the main differences are the local Neolithic populations. Greece and Albania both show CHG + EEF, but Greece has additional European HG. While Serbia is particularly rich in (W)HG.
  17. Archetype0ne

    Using Admixtools2 to model admixture

    Try not to mix different sequenced samples on the left tail(.DG, .SG, noUDG etc). At least that is the advice I got when I first started playing with these. Are you using 23andme raw data for yourself?
  18. Archetype0ne

    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    Sadly Albania_MBA and Albania_EN_oEEF are both low quality samples. A lot of blocks are discarded. Also, I would remove the samples younger than the components that you are testing from the tails. I am not sure where you get the triangle from though. During the late Neolithic and the EBA the...
  19. Archetype0ne

    Using Admixtools2 to model admixture

    The p-value is actually failing. This might be counterintuitive, but in qpADM you are looking for >.05 p.
  20. Archetype0ne

    g25 VS qpadm/admixtools2 comparison.

    The interesting question is why Bulgarian Medieval East Asian does not seem to be modeled by Bulgaria_IA. Did the Bulgaria_IA autosomal shift to a West Balkan one sometime during LA or EMA? Either way, it seems whatever these early Avars were, for Balkan nations, they work as the great...
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