Eupedia Forums
Site NavigationEupedia Top > Eupedia Forum & Japan Forum
Page 41 of 41 FirstFirst ... 31394041
Results 1,001 to 1,014 of 1014

Thread: Vlach haplogroups & deep ancestry?

  1. #1001
    Banned Achievements:
    100 Experience Points1 year registered

    Join Date
    06-04-18
    Posts
    572


    Country: Romania



    EDIT


    On the shepherd's axe article,why did they choosed a picture from Banat,everyone knows that WesternTransylvania was an Ottoman province.

  2. #1002
    Banned Achievements:
    100 Experience Points1 year registered

    Join Date
    06-04-18
    Posts
    572


    Country: Romania


  3. #1003
    Banned Achievements:
    100 Experience Points1 year registered

    Join Date
    06-04-18
    Posts
    572


    Country: Romania



    Another indecent act from Serbia.


    https://balkaninsight.com/2017/11/15...ng-11-15-2017/



    As if I have seen this scene before.
    The Serbs are controlling the cocaine traffic from Constanta to the Netherlands, I don't know,yet,if the Americans* from the Kogalniceanu NATO base are also involved.




    *
    If it's true,it wouldn't be the first time...
    Last edited by Dreptul Valah; 07-07-19 at 07:00.

  4. #1004

  5. #1005
    Banned Achievements:
    100 Experience Points1 year registered

    Join Date
    06-04-18
    Posts
    572


    Country: Romania



    https://www.myporec.com/en/discover-...do-not-miss/25



    It can be ultimately connected to the following semantic shift,Latin animus(soul),Romanian inima(heart),the development is only known in an early document from Toledo.


    An emphasis on the human nature,possibly of military character.



    https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-di...g-to-scripture
    Last edited by Dreptul Valah; 08-07-19 at 03:45.

  6. #1006

  7. #1007
    Banned Achievements:
    100 Experience Points1 year registered

    Join Date
    06-04-18
    Posts
    572


    Country: Romania



    A document from 1490,about Vlad Tepes
    "After he was inprisoned in Buda,the king gave him a house in Pest,it happened that an outlaw was hiding in his yard and an to safety.
    When the guards have found and caught the man,Draculea jumped from his house ,took the sword and killed the warden,while the others ran away until they finally complained to the king.
    The king sent for him and asked," Why did you committed such crime?",while he answered "I didn't do anything bad,yet he killed himself.If the warden would have come to me ,I would have found the outlaw and judge him ,either found guilty or release him".

    The king started to laugh and was amazed from the heart.

  8. #1008
    Banned Achievements:
    100 Experience Points1 year registered

    Join Date
    06-04-18
    Posts
    572


    Country: Romania



    In the old Romanian documents from all over the country we find this clear opposition when it comes to children, fiu and fat are legitimate sons,while copil is the bastard one.
    These bastard sons,regarding of the rank had fewer rights and suffered early maturity,being usually involved in riskier tasks.
    The Basarab dinasty split into Danesti and Draculesti,the second being of bastard origin ,from Vlad II Dracula,the Impaler's father,who lived many interesting episods with his Hungarian(John Hunyadi) and Ottoman factions.

  9. #1009
    Banned Achievements:
    100 Experience Points1 year registered

    Join Date
    06-04-18
    Posts
    572


    Country: Romania



    https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/copil



    While the Danesti had tried to legally intervene into both Bulgaria and Serbia,the Draculesti tend various tactics, from burning people to a more lengthy approach, that was also applied to the Ottomans or Hungarians.



    Danesti/Craiovesti are more or less heavily mingled with the Serbs, Later Byzantines,and generally Balkanites, they are obviously semi-Satanic...
    Last edited by Dreptul Valah; 16-07-19 at 08:51.

  10. #1010
    Banned Achievements:
    100 Experience Points1 year registered

    Join Date
    06-04-18
    Posts
    572


    Country: Romania



    Attachment 11198


    Me at 20,tipical Dinaric traits,long neck,extremely long arms,long legs;the smile is also Dinaric(a picture taken by one of my close relatives);but the suit is Italian instead.


    When the wedding formalities were ended,at least two cousins (girls/women)of the 2nd and 3rd degree I have successfully chased,after all,the physical impulses are one of the most important aspects in the life of a Dinaric individual.


    EDIT


    Only a theory,not necessarily true,this serenity-compassion of the Orthodox wedding ceremony can actually work as a launchpad,because you just feel the need to compensate the holiness badly.
    In other words,it is this kind of smile that could announce that you're on "steroids",another stance,yet still God's will.
    Last edited by Dreptul Valah; 16-07-19 at 15:30.

  11. #1011
    Banned Achievements:
    100 Experience Points1 year registered

    Join Date
    06-04-18
    Posts
    572


    Country: Romania



    Note the Sclavene influence,West Baltid and Gorid,opposed to a much more common Eastern, Antean ,look,found in the Proto-Romanians(among the firsts foreign inputs),as well as in the other Byzantine entities,like Greeks,Albanians and,of course, the partially unassimilated Northern Macedonians.



    Examples with partial West Baltic admixture(both have Dinaric strain) Mateja Matevski,Miklos Horthy.



    Post's Motto:" We are writing this book for the increasing interest of the Romanian researchers for the Sarmatian archaeology.",Vitalie Barca,Moldovan author "The Riders of the Steppes".
    Last edited by Dreptul Valah; 18-07-19 at 16:09.

  12. #1012
    Banned Achievements:
    100 Experience Points1 year registered

    Join Date
    06-04-18
    Posts
    572


    Country: Romania



    Another example of West-Baltic and Dinaric mix is the Montenegrin Radovan Karadzic,in contrast with the more Eastern Vladimir Jugovic(typical Serbo-Croatian look).

  13. #1013
    Regular Member Achievements:
    1 year registered1000 Experience Points

    Join Date
    05-09-17
    Posts
    14
    Points
    124
    Level
    1
    Points: 124, Level: 1
    Level completed: 74%, Points required for next Level: 26
    Overall activity: 0%


    Country: United States



    It seems like people are splitting hairs and getting into minutia, not seeing the forest for the trees. Just think, about the Western Roman Empire and it fusing various provincials to the point of all speaking Vulgar Latin. What's hard to fathom about the Eastern Roman Empire resulting in the same type of synthesis? The amazing thing, however, is that the Byzantines had long quit Latin and reverted to Greek, just as the Franks did in the West, dispensing with Latin. The question remains, is why or how they persisted speaking Vulgar Latin, in an area far from Rome, especially after the Turks took over. Typically, the most reliable Romance-speaking countries, were part of the Roman Republic, as it seems that the imperial acquisitions only transmitted a military government of occupation and not cultural transformation.

  14. #1014
    Banned Achievements:
    7 days registered500 Experience Points

    Join Date
    20-10-19
    Posts
    52
    Points
    534
    Level
    5
    Points: 534, Level: 5
    Level completed: 84%, Points required for next Level: 16
    Overall activity: 63.0%


    Ethnic group
    Român
    Country: Romania



    I searched for maps created on the basis of the Eurogenes K36 calculator, for Romanians and other peoples from Balkans. Among them are also two Aromanians (Vlah) who posted their maps.

    Aromanian 1
    ROvlah.jpg

    Aromanian 2
    vlah2.jpg

    For me, there do not seem to be any big differences with the maps of the Romanians,
    6704_file5097ro.jpg k36t.jpg k36c2si1.jpg
    nor with those of former Yugoslavia, Bulgaria and even some Hungarians.

    I cannot post more than 5 images.
    It would be interesting if other members could post other maps of the Balkans people tested with this calculator.

Page 41 of 41 FirstFirst ... 31394041

Similar Threads

  1. Replies: 27
    Last Post: 13-02-19, 18:41
  2. Best DNA Ancestry Company?
    By DavidCoutts in forum DNA testing companies
    Replies: 45
    Last Post: 26-09-15, 05:44
  3. Germanic/ Celtic ancestry of the English
    By Woden in forum Y-DNA Haplogroups
    Replies: 3
    Last Post: 18-03-10, 04:33
  4. Eupedia Ancient Ancestry Project
    By secherbernard in forum Y-DNA Haplogroups
    Replies: 6
    Last Post: 29-08-09, 10:55

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •