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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomenable View Post
    That is probably from Kvens (some of them could be Swedicized Kvens).
    I think they are all from Kvens. Just different Kven clans.. But that is just my non-scientific theory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vedun View Post
    "So Slavs started migrating towards the Volga River in times before Christ."
    First, there was no Christ and second, there was no major migration of Slavs, ever.

    "There is no doubt that Slavs had contact with Goths, because there are Gothic loanwords in LCE (Late Common Slavic) language."

    I can give you 500 Slovene words which have identical Lingual roots to Akkadian and above 300 words from Egyptian-Slovene-Punic-Sanskrit... Another example is the use of the Egyptian word KMT or "Khemet" in Croatian Slavonic & Slovenian Prekmurian, as "Kmica" (Kmitsa) which means "black" and "Kmični" as "darkened"... Egypt literally means "Black" in those 2 Slavic languages. So how would you explain it? With allegedly Vandals who came back from Africa and settled down in Pannonia and in (V)Andalusia? So your theory about some major migration from Karphatian mountains, Volga & Dnieper area (only) fails already here and language is the best indicator of this failed theory "out of 1 source only". Another indication are newest archeological discoveries in Slovenia, in region of Prekmurje. Archeologists themselves told me, there is no proof of any major migration of Slavs in 6th century and that they have found the same artifacts , which even predate the 4th century AD ("Scythians" who used same pottery already in 1st century AD) and drive a cultural correlation with the same people who "came" later, after 6th century. But those migrations are unrecognizable (from 1st to 6th century AD, there are no differences). That's why they've concluded, that those minor migrations probably happened because eastern men (probably nomads, soldiers) were seeking brides in the Pannonian basin...

    the goths stayed in italy, slovenia and dalmatia for over 200 years.............we expect gothic words in these areas
    có che un pòpoło no 'l defende pi ła só łéngua el xe prónto par èser s'ciavo

    when a people no longer dares to defend its language it is ripe for slavery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrick View Post
    For me it is interesting the link between Thracians and Balto-Slavic peoples, because there are reputable scientists who find closeness between Thracian and Balto-Slavic.

    According to haplogroups Serbs (as South Slavic people) are similar to Romanians, but and Romanians spoke one version of Thracian language (they were Dacians) before they romanized and received Latin.

    There are scientists who say that language of Slavic people in the South of Europe (Serbian/Bulgarian) was basis for North (East and West) Slavic people, and not vice versa.

    Of course, certainly need more research about Thracian and Balto-Slavic.

    Also, scientists should determine exactly haplogroups of Thracians (whether I2a, R1a, E-V13, J2, etc ...).
    Little is known for certain about the Thracian language, since no phrase beyond a few words in length has been satisfactorily deciphered, and the sounder decipherments given for the shorter phrases may not be completely accurate. Some of the longer inscriptions may indeed be Thracian in origin but they may not reflect actual Thracian language sentences, but rather jumbles of names or magical formulas.[5]

    Thraco-Dacian in turn has been hypothesized as forming a branch of Indo-European along with either Albanian[citation needed], Baltic,[14] or Greco-Macedonian[citation needed]. No definite evidence has yet been found that demonstrates that Thracian or Daco-Thracian belonged on the same branch as Albanian or Baltic or Balto-Slavic or Greco-Macedonian or Phrygian or any other IE branch. For this reason textbooks still treat Thracian as its own branch of Indo-European, or as a Daco-Thracian/Thraco-Dacian branch.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thracian_language

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    Quote Originally Posted by gyms View Post
    Little is known for certain about the Thracian language, since no phrase beyond a few words in length has been satisfactorily deciphered, and the sounder decipherments given for the shorter phrases may not be completely accurate. Some of the longer inscriptions may indeed be Thracian in origin but they may not reflect actual Thracian language sentences, but rather jumbles of names or magical formulas.[5]

    Thraco-Dacian in turn has been hypothesized as forming a branch of Indo-European along with either Albanian[citation needed], Baltic,[14] or Greco-Macedonian[citation needed]. No definite evidence has yet been found that demonstrates that Thracian or Daco-Thracian belonged on the same branch as Albanian or Baltic or Balto-Slavic or Greco-Macedonian or Phrygian or any other IE branch. For this reason textbooks still treat Thracian as its own branch of Indo-European, or as a Daco-Thracian/Thraco-Dacian branch.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thracian_language
    Generally I agree with you. Evidence is needed and strong facts.

    It is interesting that there are scientific papers where researches find examples from which something can be done.

    One scientific article :

    Pavel Serafimov
    New Reading of the Thracian Inscription on the Golden Ring from Ezerovo
    http://www.korenine.si/zborniki/zbor...mov_ezer07.pdf

    The most interesting part of text is from page 180 to 182
    New interpretation

    In Latin alphabet, Thracian Inscription (originally in Greek):

    ROLISTENE AZ NERENEA TILTEANIS KOA RAZEA DO MEAN TI LEZI PTA MIHE RAZIL TA.

    Inscription written 2.500 years ago.

    For author (and me) it seems quite Slavic/South Slavic (Bulgarian, Serbian etc..., according to author Old Bulgarian is closest).

    1.
    Rolistene

    It is Thracian personal name, Rolisten. In Slavic languages (Bulgarian, Serbian, Czech...) vocative has added e.
    For example:
    Ivan
    Vocative: Ivane
    Stanislav
    Vocative: Stanislave
    Etc.

    2)
    Az

    It is as Old Slavic:
    (j)azъ = I (English)

    In Bulgarian is: Az (in Serbian is: Ja)

    3)
    NERENEA
    Thracian female name

    It is similar as Bulgarian name Neranza. In text there are more explanations.

    4)
    TILTEANIS
    Thracian family name

    TIL + TEANIS

    a)


    Bulgarian, tilište: human, person (Slavic: čeljade)



    In Slavic languages there are words containing "tilište", for example: in Serbian: svetilište: sanctuary.

    b)
    Bulgarian name Tehan; Bulgarian and Serbian name: Dejan etc.

    5)
    KOA

    Bulgarian/Serbian: koja (j as y in English), similar in another Slavic languages

    Sanskrit: kah (Eng. who), etc.

    6)
    RAZEA

    Bulgarian verb: reža (Serbian: rezati) (Eng. to cut, to carve)
    Bulgarian none: rez (Serbian: rez, recka) (Eng. notch)
    Etc., similar in another Slavic languages

    Here is meaning in English: I make lines, I draw.

    7)
    DO

    Bulgarian: Do, Serbian: Do and same or similar in another Slavic languages(Eng. beside, next)

    8)
    MEAN

    Bulgarian: men, mene, me; Serbian: mene, me, and similar in another Slavic languages (Eng., me)

    9)
    TI

    Bulgarian: ti, Serbian: ti, and same or similar in another Slavic languages (Eng. you)

    10)
    LEZI

    Bulgarian: leži; Serbian: leži (imperativ: lezi), and similar in another Slavic languages (Eng. lay)


    11)
    PTA

    Old Bulgarian: Bat; (Eng. Master)
    Modern Bulgarian: Bate, Serbian: Bata (Eng. brother)

    12)
    MIHE

    Slavic (general): moj (j as y in English) (Eng. my)

    13)
    RAZIL

    Old Bulgarian: raziti sja; Serbian: razići se; Russian:razoitis; etc. (Eng. go away)
    Root: Raz has a lot of words in Bulgarian, Serbian and another Slavic languages

    14)
    TA

    Bulgarian: tuk, Serbian: tu, similar in another Slavic languages (Eng. here)

    ...
    In English: Rolistene, me Nerenea Tilteanis (is the one) who wrote this: lay beside me
    my master, (husband) released here (in the grave).

    Author concludes:

    "Thracian language was nothing more but arhaic Slavic language."

    (Did he conclude this too early or no let everyone judges?)

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    Yes, too early for conclusions, but it is interesting topic. I googled up and found several interpretations. Must be great job to earn one's money by deciphering ancient texts...

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    @ Garrick,

    Thracian language also Scotish Mac as Muca,
    this does not mean that Scotish is Thracian,
    Thracian vocabulary, at least from the little we find,
    cause we did not even solve the Erzerovo ring,
    is among Balt Celtic Greek and !!!!! Armenian
    Slavic is another case, at least for me,the roll of Scoloti in Thracian lands,
    ΟΘΕΝ ΑΙΔΩΣ OY EINAI
    ΑΤΗ ΛΑΜΒΑΝΕΙΝ ΑΥΤΟΙΣ
    ΥΒΡΙΣ ΓΕΝΝΑΤΑΙ
    ΝΕΜΕΣΙΣ ΚΑΙ ΤΙΣΗ ΑΚΟΛΟΥΘΟΥΣΙ ΔΕ

    When there is no shame
    Divine blindness conquers them
    Hybris (abuse, opprombium) is born
    Nemesis and punishment follows.

    Εχε υπομονη Ηρωα
    Η τιμωρια δεν αργει.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrick View Post
    Generally I agree with you. Evidence is needed and strong facts.

    It is interesting that there are scientific papers where researches find examples from which something can be done.

    One scientific article :

    Pavel Serafimov
    New Reading of the Thracian Inscription on the Golden Ring from Ezerovo
    http://www.korenine.si/zborniki/zbor...mov_ezer07.pdf

    The most interesting part of text is from page 180 to 182
    New interpretation

    In Latin alphabet, Thracian Inscription (originally in Greek):

    ROLISTENE AZ NERENEA TILTEANIS KOA RAZEA DO MEAN TI LEZI PTA MIHE RAZIL TA.

    Inscription written 2.500 years ago.

    For author (and me) it seems quite Slavic/South Slavic (Bulgarian, Serbian etc..., according to author Old Bulgarian is closest).

    1.
    Rolistene

    It is Thracian personal name, Rolisten. In Slavic languages (Bulgarian, Serbian, Czech...) vocative has added e.
    For example:
    Ivan
    Vocative: Ivane
    Stanislav
    Vocative: Stanislave
    Etc.

    2)
    Az

    It is as Old Slavic:
    (j)azъ = I (English)

    In Bulgarian is: Az (in Serbian is: Ja)

    3)
    NERENEA
    Thracian female name

    It is similar as Bulgarian name Neranza. In text there are more explanations.

    4)
    TILTEANIS
    Thracian family name

    TIL + TEANIS

    a)


    Bulgarian, tilište: human, person (Slavic: čeljade)



    In Slavic languages there are words containing "tilište", for example: in Serbian: svetilište: sanctuary.

    b)
    Bulgarian name Tehan; Bulgarian and Serbian name: Dejan etc.

    5)
    KOA

    Bulgarian/Serbian: koja (j as y in English), similar in another Slavic languages

    Sanskrit: kah (Eng. who), etc.

    6)
    RAZEA

    Bulgarian verb: reža (Serbian: rezati) (Eng. to cut, to carve)
    Bulgarian none: rez (Serbian: rez, recka) (Eng. notch)
    Etc., similar in another Slavic languages

    Here is meaning in English: I make lines, I draw.

    7)
    DO

    Bulgarian: Do, Serbian: Do and same or similar in another Slavic languages(Eng. beside, next)

    8)
    MEAN

    Bulgarian: men, mene, me; Serbian: mene, me, and similar in another Slavic languages (Eng., me)

    9)
    TI

    Bulgarian: ti, Serbian: ti, and same or similar in another Slavic languages (Eng. you)

    10)
    LEZI

    Bulgarian: leži; Serbian: leži (imperativ: lezi), and similar in another Slavic languages (Eng. lay)


    11)
    PTA

    Old Bulgarian: Bat; (Eng. Master)
    Modern Bulgarian: Bate, Serbian: Bata (Eng. brother)

    12)
    MIHE

    Slavic (general): moj (j as y in English) (Eng. my)

    13)
    RAZIL

    Old Bulgarian: raziti sja; Serbian: razići se; Russian:razoitis; etc. (Eng. go away)
    Root: Raz has a lot of words in Bulgarian, Serbian and another Slavic languages

    14)
    TA

    Bulgarian: tuk, Serbian: tu, similar in another Slavic languages (Eng. here)

    ...
    In English: Rolistene, me Nerenea Tilteanis (is the one) who wrote this: lay beside me
    my master, (husband) released here (in the grave).

    Author concludes:

    "Thracian language was nothing more but arhaic Slavic language."

    (Did he conclude this too early or no let everyone judges?)
    If this translation is correct it seems baring huge similarity to slavic. Thracian might have been an offshoot of Balto-Slavic family. Surely it was located not to far away.
    Be wary of people who tend to glorify the past, underestimate the present, and demonize the future.

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    My idea about the origin of Slavs - described first in this link (in most recent post I posted a map):

    http://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads...l=1#post443594

    Here is the first version of my hypothesis on the ethnogenesis of Slavs (I also posted it on one Polish history forum, together with more extensive description - but I described it in Polish so I need time to translate - but I mostly mentioned this in this thread):

    Direct link to map (its a "working" version, it took me 10 minutes to make it): http://s29.postimg.org/kusjgwefb/Sla...hnogenesis.png



    Since N1c did not participate (in large amounts) in ethnogenesis of Slavs, I assumed that only north-eastern Balts of forest zone cultures had large amounts of it. Dark green is the farthest extent of Lusatian culture; light green - extent of the Late Lusatian culture.

    Of course haplogroups listed for each area are only dominant haplogroups.

    For example, IMO Mesolithic survivors from the Pripyat Marshes had also some (but not that much) of I1 haplogroup, not just I2.

    So other HGs could also be present there, but dominant ones were - IMO - M458 for "Lusatians", Z280 for "Balto-Slavs", etc.

    I don't know what exactly could be the haplogroups of Old Prussians (West Balts), so I did not hypothesize this.
    Read also my earlier posts in that thread (before the one with map), in which I explained some particular issues.

    Including posts in which I posted diagrams showing that the Lusatian Culture area was depopulated (people emigrated east).

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    Sorry, I asked in Polish thread but let's keep discussion here, as it belongs here better.
    So, what time period do those borders represent? And more Baltic question - Who lived in Latvia/Lithuania then?

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    Who lived in Latvia/Lithuania then?
    Two groups - 1) Balts slowly and gradually assimilating Non-Indo-European N1c people, 2) those N1c people.

    So, what time period do those borders represent?
    Roughly 6th - 3rd centuries BC (except for dark green border, which is rather for a bit earlier times).

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    I asked since it is mainstream that IE people arrived and settled for good in modern Latvia (South of Daugava) and Lithuania already 2000 BC. But ok, maybe those were some other IE folk z282*, the same haplos that are big in Karelians for example.
    For the record I also believe Balts got N1C1 from Norse varyags after 500 AD. But ok, that is me and time will tell.

    Also I believe I2a around that time were Balto-Slavs just like Z280. But it is possible that I2-din hotspot indeed was around that place.

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    For the record I also believe Balts got N1C1 from Norse varyags after 500 AD.
    So 42% - 47% of Lithuanians and 38% of Latvians are descendants of "Norse varyags" according to you...

    No man, Vikings were not Napoleon's Grande Armee - they did not number hundreds of thousands of people, but just hundreds.

    I noticed a funny trend in your posts (your and several other users), that you want to see Germanic influence everywhere.

    It must be some huge inferiority complex that you are so desperately trying to connect yourselves to Germanic peoples.

    Some users also have a funny tendency to claim that everyone who spoke a Germanic language was genetically Germanic (but on the other hand they claim the exact reverse thing for Slavs - according to them, most of Slavs were genetically just Slavicized Non-Slavs).

    =====================================

    BTW - Y-DNA haplogroups in Iceland (males in Iceland are in 3/4 descendants of Norse Scandinavians, the rest are mostly Celts):

    43,7% R1b (U106 + Insular Celtic) + 22,4% R1a (mostly Z284) + 33,1% I1 + only 0,3% N1c

    So even though now N1c is frequent among Germanic Scandinavians (and not just in Sweden!), it wasn't the case in the Viking Age.

    The conclusion is simple - N1c people were assimilated (Germanized) by Germanic Scandinavians only during the Middle Ages.

    This is why N1c generally did not travel with the Vikings to Iceland and to the British Isles during the Viking Age.

    Rurik was genetically Non-Germanic and even if he was Germanized, then he was perhaps among the first who were Germanized.

    Most of N1c in modern Swedes was absorbed by ancestors of Swedes after Rurik's times rather than before his times.

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    Oh, man. You are the one always bringing up that I want to see Baltic influence there, Germanic there, that other guys not you have inferiority complexes..., a mirror is nice and useful tool...

    So, Rurik and Gediminas had common ancestor 2200 years ago. 200 BC. All N1C1 Balts (ok 90%, some are from other clades) are from that common ancestor. If Rurik (Scandinav N1C1) and Gediminas (Baltic N1C1) had common ancestor 2200 years ago, then all Balts had their common ancestor a bit later, most likely AD. One man. One man around current era was great grandfather for 40% (N1c1) Balts, a lot of men AD were great grandfathers for 40% (R1A) Balts. 1 to many proportion, that lead to 50/50. How?

    one story
    200 BC there was a man, who lived somewhere in Finland/North Sweden, who was ancestor of Baltic N1C1, Scandinavian/Rurik N1C1 and Spanish N1C1 (which was brought most likely by varyags there). Could he live in Baltics and be a West Balt? Let's hope so, would be a nice twist to the Rurik story :)
    Somewhere later this guy from other side of Baltic Sea, actually his grandsons managed to get into Balts ruling class (as attested by Gediminas project, also Giedroits family).
    Also Lithuanians lack East Asian admixture, which is present in Finns, Estonians, Swedes, etc, where N1C1 is present. It can be explained by small number of great grand dads mixing with locals for numerous generations.

    Were those varyags? Were those Goths? Was he a (assimilated by Balts or not) Finno Ugric tribe chieftain from Baltics whose sons established clan in Sweden? I dont know :)

    another story

    There was a Finno-Ugric tribe that lived East side of Sea. It was ruled by great chief, who had many kids. Later part of kids went other side of Sea (ancestors of Rurik, Iberian clades), but most part of kids got Baltified and by this they became ruling elite of Balts. In the process their East Asian admixture dissappeared and their language was changed to Baltic :)

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    I post the rest of it in "Poland" thread because here my post doesn't show up:

    http://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads...-Slavic/page10

    Oh, man. You are the one always bringing up that I want to see Baltic influence there, Germanic there
    Did you look in the mirror? No? So let's refresh your memory:

    On 03-11-14, 07:34 you wrote:

    http://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads...l=1#post443448

    Based on what I read from you, Slavic identity is strong in you. You tend to assign things to Slavs whenever in grey area

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    OK, now it should work immediately:

    after 500 AD.
    According to historian Peter Heather Scandinavians had no technology for sea travel before the 8th century (700s) AD.

    Rurik and Gediminas had common ancestor 2200 years ago. 200 BC.
    Source please. I found different info here:

    http://eng.molgen.org/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=844&start=40

    N1c-VL29 - common ancestor 3700-4300 years ago, Volga region
    N1c-L550 - common ancestor 3300-4000 years ago, east of Pskov
    N1c-L1025 - common ancestor 2500-3000 years ago, pre-Baltic (south of the Baltic Sea)

    a man, who lived somewhere in Finland/North Sweden,
    Source for this location?

    lso Lithuanians lack East Asian admixture, which is present in Finns, Estonians, Swedes, etc
    East Asian admixture in these groups is from Sami people (Lapps) who came from East Siberia recently (shortly BC or in early CE).

    I asked since it is mainstream that IE people arrived and settled for good in modern Latvia (South of Daugava) and Lithuania already 2000 BC.
    Balts migrated to the Baltic coast in two waves - first were West Balts, and that was long BC.

    Second wave were East Balts, and that migration was much later - rather in the CE (AD).

    But ok, maybe those were some other IE folk
    First you were arguing with me against the existence of extinct "Venedic" (or other name) IE language group in Poland, but now you have no problems with accepting that some unknown extinct IE group existed in Lithuania and Latvia since 2000 BC, before arrival of the Balts? Really double standards.

    If Rurik (Scandinav N1C1) and Gediminas (Baltic N1C1) had common ancestor 2200 years ago, then all Balts had their common ancestor a bit later, most likely AD.
    I don't get why this should be the case - why allegedly Balts should have their common ancestor later?

    Another thing is that common ancestor of Rurik and Gediminas lived much earlier, not 2200 years ago (see above).

    Estimates of common ancestor always have a large margin of error, by the way - it depends on how long was each generation.

    And don't call Rurik's subclade Scandinav because you don't know where he was born (even if he lived in Scandinavia for some time), there are many possibilities. Maybe he was born south of the Baltic Sea, some Viking came and for example kidnapped him as a child because he and his wife couldn't have own biological children, transported him north of the Baltic Sea, where they raised him in their own culture. Etc., etc.

    Another possibility is for example that the Vikings were a multi-ethnic group. Etc., etc.

    Nestor's story in Primary Chronicle is that quarrelsome Russian tribes wanted to unite under a single political leadership, but they decided to invite Rurik to help them because they were unable to choose which of their own chiefs was going to be the supreme ruler.

    According to Nestor, Rurik was elected to the throne by tribal leaders / tribal nobles of those federated tribes.

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    BTW - check when did common ancestor of R1a subclade L260 live. He lived later than your common Baltic N1c ancestor, IIRC.

    And this single L260 guy is ancestor of ca. 6,6 million (ca. 17,2%) of people in Poland alone, not including these in other countries.

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    1. For 2200 years old common ancestor I took info from familytreedna Rurikid project description. You can google and check up the exact text.
    They might be wrong in their statement though. And if they are, then I need to reevaluate situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomenable View Post
    I post the rest of it in "Poland" thread because here my post doesn't show up:

    http://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads...-Slavic/page10



    Did you look in the mirror? No? So let's refresh your memory:

    On 03-11-14, 07:34 you wrote:

    http://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads...l=1#post443448
    That was reply to your previous statement ;)

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    As for Scandinavia:

    Helena Malmström, "Ancient DNA Reveals Lack of Continuity between Neolithic Hunter-Gatherers and Contemporary Scandinavians":

    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/mace-lab/public...C_Mod_Scan.pdf

    Through analysis of DNA extracted from ancient Scandinavian human remains, we show that people of the Pitted Ware culture were not the direct ancestors of modern Scandinavians (including the Saami people of northern Scandinavia) but are more closely related to contemporary populations of the eastern Baltic region. Our findings support hypotheses arising from archaeological analyses that propose a Neolithic or post-Neolithic population replacement in Scandinavia.
    The oldest sample of I1 haplogroup identified so far is from a Neolithic LBKT site in what is now Hungary. So maybe indeed it is not native to Scandinavia but came there from the south. But I think there are still so many gaps in data that these are all just more or less probable speculations. It is obvious anyway that I1 people lived outside of Scandinavia already in Neolithic times. But whether some people with this group lived also in Scandinavia at that time is another question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomenable View Post
    Balts migrated to the Baltic coast in two waves - first were West Balts, and that was long BC.
    Second wave were East Balts, and that migration was much later - rather in the CE (AD).
    First you were arguing with me against the existence of extinct "Venedic" (or other name) IE language group in Poland, but now you have no problems with accepting that some unknown extinct IE group existed in Lithuania and Latvia since 2000 BC, before arrival of the Balts? Really double standards.
    Would you be so kind as to point to my post where I disagreed to extinct IE languages or language group in Poland before using big words?
    As a matter of fact I totally agree there might be a lot of now distinct local dialects/languages in Poland BC that are extinct now. Most likely they were border cases for Celtic/Germanic influence on West Baltic-ish (after all Z282 son Z284 got Germanized, M458 was in the middle between Z284 and West Baltic languages of Z280).
    As to now distinct IEs before East Balts in Latvia/Lithuania. You can guess three times what their IE language would sound like if closest IE people to them were West Balts on the South West and East Balts on the South East.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomenable View Post
    I don't get why this should be the case - why allegedly Balts should have their common ancestor later?
    Another thing is that common ancestor of Rurik and Gediminas lived much earlier, not 2200 years ago (see above).
    L550+ is common for Rurik and Gediminas. L550+ has son L1025+ (that was thought to be South Baltic until recently), and L1025+ had son M2783+ (M2783+ is South Baltic, M2783- is FennoScandian). If L550 age is X, then M2783 age is less than X, or you disagree?
    So Rurik's clade which is represented in Russian Princes and West Finland/North Sweden had son clade L1025+ that is represented same area as Rurik's clan, except not in Russian Princes. L1025 had son M2783 that is represented in all Baltic N1C1.

    As to Rurik himself, he was Norsified most likely Quen. Apparently 40% of Balts and best known Baltic nobles (Gediminids/Jagellons, Giedroits, also most likely Radvilas) come from Quens clan that branched off from main Quens. How and when depends on age estimates for L550, L1025 and M2783. Your estimates were from 2013. Same forum has estimate from Michal around 2400 years for L550 dated August 2014, he said it might also get older subject to new findings. But it is still work in progress, they are cross comparing and working to get better results.
    Anyway 500 BC Baltic ancestor M2783 most likely was not born yet. According even your estimates his dad - not literally dad - the very first L1025* (which is now found in Fenno Scandia) was dated 500-1000 BC. I am quite confident the very first M2783 did not speak Baltic either. It took time for this lad to establish his clan which was then absorbed by Balts.

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    Z284 did not get Germanized, because it was the original Proto-Germanic branch.

    Check what I wrote here because you, like Sile, also don't grasp ethnogenesis:

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    http://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads...l=1#post443723

    "Sile you totally do not understand how ethnogenesis works and what it is.

    All major haplogroups are older than any of modern European ethnic groups.

    But if R1a M458 is Lugian, Z280 is Baltic and I2a is Baltic then Poles are mostly Germano-Baltic.*

    How silly (or sile?) such claim is I don't need to explain.

    *Arvistro claimed that Z280 and I2a are Baltic.

    BTW - check this discussion on another forum, especially posts of Niklot and Authun:

    R1a and R1b migrated to Europe shortly after the end of the Stone Age.They are older than Balts, Slavs, Germanics, etc.- everyone:"

    http://historum.com/european-history...?postcount=468


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    Hey everyone I can give you an answer on the difference among slavic people. Y-dna is not a good candidate for the comparison as it is a single chromosomal comparison. I did the ancestry dna test and my russian friend also did it. Here are the Ancestry results from the Russian sample:

    - 97% Eastern European
    -3% Baltic

    Now here is my Serbian sample:

    - 62% Eastern European
    -30% Italian/Greek
    -4% European Jewish
    -4% Caucasian

    From the autosomal comparison, we can infer that Serbs and Russians share 2/3 of their autosomal DNA. As such, from the differences we can say that Serbs are 2/3 slavic and 1/3 indigenous Balkan. Here are the results of the K15 comparison:

    Russian
    Population
    North_Sea 19.14
    Atlantic 17.12
    Baltic 34.94
    Eastern_Euro 17.87
    West_Med 3.87
    West_Asian 3.75
    East_Med -
    Red_Sea 0.93
    South_Asian 0.72
    Southeast_Asian -
    Siberian 1.06
    Amerindian -
    Oceanian 0.59
    Northeast_African -
    Sub-Saharan -

    Serbian
    Population
    North_Sea 15.95
    Atlantic 12.28
    Baltic 19.92
    Eastern_Euro 12.74
    West_Med 12.33
    West_Asian 10.21
    East_Med 13.65
    Red_Sea 2.93
    South_Asian -
    Southeast_Asian -
    Siberian -
    Amerindian -
    Oceanian -
    Northeast_African -
    Sub-Saharan -

    We see that the "Baltic" component is the largest in both cases followed by North Sea and Eastern European. However the Serbian sample has a significant Mediterranean admixture. From this we can infer that the majority of Serbian genetic material is indeed slavic but contains a significant contribution from the local people of the Balkans.

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    It is not right to regard the Slavs separately from the Balts: they are halves of a single whole.

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    https://hrcak.srce.hr/164142

    here you can download a paper about the ethnogenesis of the Slavs, there is a summary in english at the end.

    Attachment 11019

    the gray area on this map shows an area which is today Slavic, but the oldest toponyms, such as names of rivers, lakes etc. seem to be of Baltic origin. it has an overlap with archaeological cultures Dnieper-Dvina, Milograd etc. it's modern day Belarus and spreads into Ukraine and Russia a little bit. So the original population of that area were some type of proto-Balts according to the author, not Slavs. Which leaves Poland and eastern Germany as the homeland of the Slavs, and the Germanic homeland was Scandinavia and western Germany. Slavs migrated from Poland into the Belarus area around 3rd century AD and started assimilating these Balts.

    according to this r1a-m458 and maybe i2a? could be the markers of Slavic migrations and r1a-z280 could be a trace of the Balts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by voloh View Post
    https://hrcak.srce.hr/164142

    here you can download a paper about the ethnogenesis of the Slavs, there is a summary in english at the end.

    Attachment 11019

    the gray area on this map shows an area which is today Slavic, but the oldest toponyms, such as names of rivers, lakes etc. seem to be of Baltic origin. it has an overlap with archaeological cultures Dnieper-Dvina, Milograd etc. it's modern day Belarus and spreads into Ukraine and Russia a little bit. So the original population of that area were some type of proto-Balts according to the author, not Slavs. Which leaves Poland and eastern Germany as the homeland of the Slavs, and the Germanic homeland was Scandinavia and western Germany. Slavs migrated from Poland into the Belarus area around 3rd century AD and started assimilating these Balts.

    according to this r1a-m458 and maybe i2a? could be the markers of Slavic migrations and r1a-z280 could be a trace of the Balts.
    z280 is just as Slavic as the rest. If not Moreso. One of the more successful lineage that make up the bunch. Most of south Slavic R1a, outside of Bulgarians and Macedonians is predominantly Z280.

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