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Thread: Where does the Albanian language come from? [VIDEO]

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    i read the report, it says

    either Thracian, Dacian, Illyrian or Celtic

    the town survived to invasions from the Goths and later the Huns
    Fathers mtdna ...... T2b17
    Grandfather paternal mtdna ... T1a1e
    Sons mtdna ...... K1a4p
    Mothers line ..... R1b-S8172
    Grandmother paternal side ... I1-CTS6397
    Wife paternal line ..... R1a-PF6155

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    T
    he modern town of Niš (Republic of Serbia) gotits name after antique
    Naissus
    (
    Νάϊσσος
    ,
    Ναϊσ-σός
    ,
    Naessus, urbs Naisitana, Navissus, Navis-sum
    ,
    Ναϊσσούπολις
    )
    2
    . The Antique town arose on theleft bank of Nišava, most likely during the I centuryAD. At this time, the territory was inhabited by popula-tion on whose ethnic structure little is known; scarceonomastic and archaeological data suggest the presen-ce of members of Illyrian, Thracian, Dacian and Celticorigin
    3
    . Thanks to a very favourable geographical andstrategic position, on the junction of roads for
    Vimina-cium, Ratiaria, Serdica, Constantinopolis,Thessaloniki
    and
    Lissus
    ,


    Apart from the ascents it had, Naissus and its nei-ghbouring region also survived significant devasta-tions in the Late Antique period. First strokes hit thetown in the years 378-380 by Western Goths. In the ye-ar 441 Huns besieged and destroyed Naissus
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    ,

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaleoRevenge View Post
    This was posted by rrenjet twitter account.



    Quick statistical observations. I-Y3120 to R-M417 ratio is 2.57 for Kosovo Serbs, and 2.6667 for Kosovo Albs. E-V13 to R-M269 ratio is 1.416667 for both Albs and Serbs in Kosovo. This points to paleo-Balkan haplogroups among Kosovo Serbs coming from Albanians and the Slavic layer among Kosovo Albanians being transmitted through Slavs of Kosovo or those Slavs being the same as the Kosovo group.

    The odd member is J2b-L283 which is excessively low among the Serbs of Kosovo, as it is extremely low among the Serbs of Montenegro. It is not a odd pattern, if one understands why.
    Kosovo Serbs are nearly as southern as Montenegrins I assumed they would be in 40% range of I2a + R1a not 50%.
    Montenegrins have less I2a and R1a and even less I1. The sample size is pretty decent too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaleoRevenge View Post

    The odd member is J2b-L283 which is excessively low among the Serbs of Kosovo, as it is extremely low among the Serbs of Montenegro. It is not a odd pattern, if one understands why.
    I2a and R1a is the same in Kosovo Albanians as it is in other Ghegs and J2b-L283 is the same in Kosovo Serbs as it is on other Serbs. The pattern is those 2 groups did not mix.

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    2 members found this post helpful.
    Total annihilation of L283 by Serbian speakers in Middle Ages. Genocidal beasts. Old habits die hard.

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