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    Quote Originally Posted by Maciamo View Post
    Alexander's army never reached India proper, only Pakistan, and they didn't stay long (326 to 325 BCE), not long enough to have a noticeable genetic impact with only 15,000 soldiers, who were defeated and hurried back to West Asia.
    If not the campaign of Alexander, which I agree didn't affect much, then what about the succeeding Indo-Greek kingdom (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indo-Greek_Kingdom) which must have included some Greeks in it's population, maybe administrators and some soldiers.

    a map of it's campaigns



    Even the E-V13 in Iran and Kurds I believe is of Greek origin, remnants from the Seleucid Empire, obviously they weren't the majority, but mainly political elites and some part of the military.
    Last edited by IronSide; 18-05-17 at 18:59.

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