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    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    I looked at about five samples from the (upcoming) study "Geographic origin, ancestry, and death circumstances at the Cornaux/Les Sauges Iron Age bridge, Switzerland". At least four of them are under R1b-L51, however, sample COR-8/3432 dating to the Late Iron Age (ca. 450-1 BCE) is...
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    Etruscan DNA: Tarquinia, ninth–seventh century BC, central Italy

    I checked the BAM files for males ITTQ19 and ITTQ10. ITTQ19 is J2b-L283>>Z638>Y21045>PH4679>Z38300>Y161916>Y161937 (negative on YF016327ALB and J-FTD62718 SNPs) ITTQ10 is J2b-L283>>Z638 (and PH2967-, Z637-, Y23094-, CTS5789-, Z631-). This one is lower coverage, further analysis may help. A...
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    Neolithic Refuge and Continuity in Transylvania

    I was referring more to the idea that many (if not all) of the aforementioned lineages were introduced in the Roman period, as so far none of them have shown up in the preceding periods of the region. I certainly do not think all Illyrians were "wiped out" by the Romans. As far as I see, Gudnja...
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    Neolithic Refuge and Continuity in Transylvania

    Yeah, seems to be the case. Earlier BA and IA samples from Dalmatia have turned out to be J2b-L283>>Z38240>PH1602. The single J2b-L283 should be J-Z631, a completely different branch. So even that one doesn't appear to have local continuity.
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    Where does the Albanian language come from? [VIDEO]

    Point is that one sample proved you wrong about J2b-L283 ;) What's funny is it got published within hours after your post at the other forum doubting it has anything to do with Steppe..
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    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    From the newly published paper The Genetic Origin of the Indo-Europeans we have: I10206, Crihana-Veche, Moldova_EBA_Yamnaya, 2900-2500 BCE, J-L283 This is the oldest J2b-L283 in aDNA record and IMHO, it leaves no doubt of how it came to the western Balkans anymore. Interestingly, in the same...
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    Genetic study The Picenes and the Genetic Landscape of Central Adriatic Italy in the Iron Age.

    Just to clarify. ORC007 is low coverage, it has a single YP91+ read. This mutation is a C → T transition which is prone to aDNA damage. Combined with the fact that he has no coverage at J-Z600, I'm simply not convinced he is YP91+ or anything else under J-Z622 with the data we have, hence he is...
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    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    First of all, it would've been nice if you posted the source where you got this finding from. Secondly, I don't think anyone ever claimed all J-L283 north of the Balkans and Italy is "Roman mediated" or that we'll never find any J-L283 among the Celtic related cultures. After all, they lived...
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    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    I manually checked a random of 17 J2b-L283 or downstream BAMs from this study, more specifically: RKC002, RKC042, RKC011, RKC020, RKF036, RKC038, RKF046, RKF142, RKC036, RKF031, RKF016, RKF010, RKF038, RKF013, RKC012, RKC047, RKF099. All are under J-L283>>Z631>>CTS11760 This is consistent with...
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    J2b2-L283 (proto-illyrian)

    Thanks! The raw data has been published and these samples have been updated in the J2b-L283 aDNA map. HACS_10 is: J-L283>>Z615>Z597>Z638>Z1297>Z631>Z1043>>PH1080>FGC58591>FTC70272 HACS_24 is: J-L283>>Z615>Z597>Y15058>Z38240>Z38241>?
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    Genetic study Ancient DNA of Roman Danubian Frontier and Slavic Migrations (Olalde 2021)

    We should wait until the actual paper is published and see where the samples come from, along with other details. In this yet to be published British aDNA paper, it appears they used samples from different regions as references, so to better model genetic ancestries and migrations, because we...
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    Genetic study Ancient DNA of Roman Danubian Frontier and Slavic Migrations (Olalde 2021)

    Nice paper! All three J2b-L283 samples are from the archeological site of Timacum Minus, Roman period, and all three are under "Balkans IA Cluster". One of them is more specifically J-Z631>Z1043! Some think this J2b-L283 subclade expanded with the Celts. I held this theory myself a while...
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    LivingDNA My LivingDna Results

    It's all good bro. That's of course up to you if you'd like to do further testing. I just thought I would clarify what we know thus far regarding the genetic relationship of these tribes. Contrary to what oral tradition says, we're finding out that some tribes have no actual blood relationship...
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    LivingDNA My LivingDna Results

    Interesting. I thought you were just Berisha. AFAIK, Berisha e Kuqe in Kosove is Kuqi. There is a few Kuqis tested at FTDNA and they have no close relationship to the Berisha tribe, since Kuqi is E-S2979>>Z16661, while Berisha being E-S2979>>FGC33625 even though both are E-V13. You should test...
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    LivingDNA My LivingDna Results

    Congrats! As Leka mentioned, being Berishë and confirmed E-V13, most definitely you are E-V13>CTS5856>Z5018>S2979>FGC33621>FGC33625 like all V13 Berishas. You can confirm this with only Y-DNA12 at FTDNA or YSEQ Alpha (Y18), both of which cost around $60. No higher marker like Y37/Y67 needed...
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    Ancient Thracians and Illyrians,their language,culture,was they barbarians?

    Not necessarily, this sample is an Iron Age Thracian. It is just a confirmation that as previously thought, E-V13 was present among Paleo-Balkan populations, such as Thracians, Illyrians, etc.
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    Were the Croatians originally Slavic?

    Yes. I agree. So far Y-DNA is pointing to this direction. I think in the near future we will know much more conclusively with more people being tested and also with ancient DNA samples.
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    Were the Croatians originally Slavic?

    :good_job: :good_job: They keep cherrypicking ridiculous unproven theories, and yet they choose to ignore scientific genetic facts as you have pointed them.
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    Were the Croatians originally Slavic?

    Don't bother with this guy IKE. He is a joke just like his avatar.
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    Were the Croatians originally Slavic?

    What? When did I state there was Albanians in the Neolithic. Your Slavo-Greek head doesn't seem to comprehend the points I was trying to make. It's pretty clear that I was pointing out that I carry a Neolithic Balkan Y-DNA (since someone asked me) just like most Albanians do. Illyrian...
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