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    DNAGenics Shared Modern Origins (Ethnicity Estimate?)

    Yes, all conservative results. I meant imputed results of my parents, they did not do DNA testing themselves.
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    DNAGenics Shared Modern Origins (Ethnicity Estimate?)

    DNAgenics missed my recent origins greatly. It assigned me 65% Balkan + 35% North and Central Italy. It gave one of my parent 98% Balkan + 2% West Slavic (I guess that's ok), and other 55% North/Central Italian + 45% Slavic. They're both Serbs/Macedonians.
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    DNAGenics Shared Modern Origins (Ethnicity Estimate?)

    If you're R1b on DNAgenics, you'll be the same on cladefinder. DNAgenics assigned me my Y DNA haplogroup correctly. DNAgenics is only bad for G25, as it assigns you wrong coordinates (simulated) upon which it compares you to also archaic samples that are also assigned simulated coordinates
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    DNAGenics Shared Modern Origins (Ethnicity Estimate?)

    Do you have raw data? You can get basic haplogroup information from here for free: https://cladefinder.yseq.net/
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    Question What did Paleo Balkan people look like?

    I think he can pass in eastern Balkans.
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    Were I2a Slavs part of the same tribe?

    Exactly, they didn't pretend to be some cosmopolitans. They conquered so their own population in their home core provinces could do even better.
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    Were I2a Slavs part of the same tribe?

    Yes, Romans as people don't exist anymore. Their descendents are either long dead or very mixed with various other people that came along so much that they completely change their way of life. From yout story the same happened to this Urnfield people. On the other hand you have some successful...
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    Were I2a Slavs part of the same tribe?

    Its widely thought that "offspring" of Romans are non-Romans, but mostly Germanic people, and to a pount some Greek related people. In the same way "offspring" of Urnfield were La Tene and others, ie. non-I2a Y DNA carriers. Means the original I2a failed (given that it is like you said).
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    Were I2a Slavs part of the same tribe?

    Uhmm, Jordanes, Procopius, and Pseudo-Maurice don't agree. They used the term Sclabenoi prior to 800 AD. The term was used for Slavs of Macedonia and Peloponnese during Byzantine period initially. They also identify another group called Antes, that lived elsewhere.
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    Were I2a Slavs part of the same tribe?

    From the way you explain it seems like Rome before Rome. If its true, its no wonder why it failed. Just too many different people at one spot.
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    Were I2a Slavs part of the same tribe?

    Definitively not. A couple of different branches of I2a among South Slavs are dominant. Its not just one.
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    Question What did Paleo Balkan people look like?

    I don't know for every side of my family, but for my direct paternal lineage I have almost up to mid 1700's, and all were self declared as Slavs.
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    Question What did Paleo Balkan people look like?

    Yes, I knew about H12a and Albanians. I said supposedly because as far as I know no early Slavic I-Z17855 was found. That would also mean that I have just like 20-25% Balto-Slavic ancestry, which is kind of surprisingly low. Or it means that the non-Slavs living there were just culturally...
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    Question What did Paleo Balkan people look like?

    Does Illyrian Y DNA haplogroup make you Illyrian? I have supposedly Slavic haplogroup and my genetic distance is not even close to average Bulgarian, let alone Serb or Bosnian
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    Question What did Paleo Balkan people look like?

    Because Illyrian core was in south Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro. Albania was borderland region. Also the guy I posted does not look like Slav, and only other people that were present in southern parts of Bosnia, where he is from, were Illyrians.
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    Question What did Paleo Balkan people look like?

    In any case I don't see them having light brown hair and light eyes. They had for sure brown eyes, dark hair, and pale skin tone. Pretty much as the guy I posted.
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    Question What did Paleo Balkan people look like?

    This group look like a mix of Romanians and Bulgarians. Definitively not western Balkan looking (Illyrians). Maybe Thracians or something like that.
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    Question What did Paleo Balkan people look like?

    If I had to guess more like:
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    Albanians with I2a1b3 or I-Z17855, where are they most common?

    First you would need to find matches from the same subclade on FTDNA or YFULL. Perhaps someone has family tree that stretches few hundred years back. If that's the case then you can start checking in the achieves. But also, as I said if you get Macedonian/Bulgarian/Serbian matches its basically...
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    Albanians with I2a1b3 or I-Z17855, where are they most common?

    Because I see some subclades of Z17855 are present among Albanians from some regions of Albania (Korca, Shokoder), so if you knew your subclade maybe you could ask some of the tested folks there and it might give you a direction where to look. Then again if your ancestors were Macedonian Muslims...
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