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    I am the easternmost Albanian around, and i am one of the Alboz with least Anatolian/Levantine from all Albanians, technically i am a EEF/Yamnaya mix combo almost 60/40 ratio. I always thought i might have some Turkic admixture due to the pseudo-Mongoloid eyes i have, but i guess it's just the Yamnaya/EEF combo which makes me look like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broder View Post
    A lot more than 300 have tested, especially on 23andme. I am not that interested on autosomal dna to be honest so I don’t follow that closely. I do however pay attention to my matches on 23andme. I have over 1200 matches and I have yet to see one example from Kosove that deviates from the Alb norm autosomally.
    Each region has their own “norm”. Mount123 is interested in putting me against others by portraying me as if I said Kosovars are Ottoman migrants.

    Truth is the areas around Gjakova to Prizren fall within North Albania.

    Then overall Kosovars have elevated Baltic as well as East Med on Eurgones K13 which is very different from North Albanians and Albanians from Montenegro (whom Peja and surroundings have similarities with).

    So overall Kosovars have a both Northern and Eastern shift.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk View Post
    I am the easternmost Albanian around, and i am one of the Alboz with least Anatolian/Levantine from all Albanians, technically i am a EEF/Yamnaya mix combo almost 60/40 ratio. I always thought i might have some Turkic admixture due to the pseudo-Mongoloid eyes i have, but i guess it's just the Yamnaya/EEF combo which makes me look like that.
    Post your K13 results and we’ll see what admixture you have. Mongoloid-like eyes are not a coincidence. You definitely have at least a parent from an urban area/city.

    Those eyes are very common among many hot Kosovo girls I’ve met on the seaside in Albania and Montenegro and it’s not limited to specific areas. I’ve seen those eyes in girls from Peja, Gjakova, Prishtina, Gjilan, Prizren.

    I have yet to meet “exotic” girls from Decani and Drenica though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dushman View Post
    Each region has their own “norm”. Mount123 is interested in putting me against others by portraying me as if I said Kosovars are Ottoman migrants.

    Truth is the areas around Gjakova to Prizren fall within North Albania.

    Then overall Kosovars have elevated Baltic as well as East Med on Eurgones K13 which is very different from North Albanians and Albanians from Montenegro (whom Peja and surroundings have similarities with).

    So overall Kosovars have a both Northern and Eastern shift.
    Regionally speaking Kosove is a lot more complex when it comes to Slavic influence. Based on uniparental markers Peje and Decan thus far do stand out and both cities are as west as they can get. Prizren will too, based on Gora being within their realm. Rahovec as well considering the multilingual communities there. East, I think Gjilan may be in similar standing if not higher. Perhaps Ferizaj as well and maybe even Lipjan. Prishtine, Llap etc seem pretty compact actually.

    I don’t really like calculators like K13 in all honestly. Family Finder at FTDNA in the past was a better tool me thinks picking up the Slavic influence with their ‘Eastern European’ cluster. 23andme is totally useless here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broder View Post
    Regionally speaking Kosove is a lot more complex when it comes to Slavic influence. Based on uniparental markers Peje and Decan thus far do stand out and both cities are as west as they can get. Prizren will too, based on Gora being within their realm. Rahovec as well considering the multilingual communities there. East, I think Gjilan may be in similar standing if not higher. Perhaps Ferizaj as well and maybe even Lipjan. Prishtine, Llap etc seem pretty compact actually.

    I don’t really like calculators like K13 in all honestly. Family Finder at FTDNA in the past was a better tool me thinks picking up the Slavic influence with their ‘Eastern European’ cluster. 23andme is totally useless here.
    FTDNA, 23andme, Ancestry, and all the other companies do not pick up ancient to older ancestry.

    Compared to the Illyrians and Roman citizens of the Balkans, we’re first South-Eastern shifted and then Northern and North-Eastern shifted with the migration period admixture.

    Both Eurogenes K13 and Dodecad K12b are decent tools to compare yourself with other Albanians. I’m not saying they’re super accurate (I don’t know that), but if they’re not accurate then they’re not for everybody equally.

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    It came from the west of Iran.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moja View Post
    It came from the west of Iran.
    From the Iranic Serboi and Horoati (Croats) of North Caucasus?

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    Scholars like Vekony argue that the Gava / Channelled Ware people were the ancestors of the Dacians, Getians, and Mysians.


    This culture also appears in North Albania & Kosova.


    Does this mean there was a Dacian related people also in Albania alongside the Glasinac Illyrians?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Johane Derite View Post
    Scholars like Vekony argue that the Gava / Channelled Ware people were the ancestors of the Dacians, Getians, and Mysians.


    This culture also appears in North Albania & Kosova.


    Does this mean there was a Dacian related people also in Albania alongside the Glasinac Illyrians?



    It's for sure, because not just the Gva/Channelled/cannelure groups came to Albania, but there were also later contacts of significance with Thraco-Cimmerians/Basarabi, which was basically a Thracian/Dacian culture. However, that was for the later periods more of an influence, the Illyrian side seems to have turned out dominant in the developed Iron Age. This was primarily in the Transitional Period of the LBA-EIA and the very early EIA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johane Derite View Post
    Scholars like Vekony argue that the Gava / Channelled Ware people were the ancestors of the Dacians, Getians, and Mysians.


    This culture also appears in North Albania & Kosova.


    Does this mean there was a Dacian related people also in Albania alongside the Glasinac Illyrians?


    I think that Dardanians might be another offshot of some Channeled-Ware groups, or atleast one of Channeled-Ware groups heavily influencing the historical Dardanians. We shouldn't necessary equate Proto-Thracians with all Channeled-Ware groups, because in my opinion Thracians had influences and admixture from equestrian people like Noua-Sabatinovska-Coslogeni people. Even Fanula Papazoglu considered Dardanians as being quite conservatively Balkan in comparison with Thracians, Greeks and Illyrians.

    I find it interesting that from the few archaeological armors we have from Dardanians, king Monunius wore a Thraco-Phrygian helmet. Doesn't have to neccessarily mean anything though, just an interesting case. Just as Hammond thought Bardyllis dynasty came from Peresadyes tribe, just as Enchelei/Sesarethi and Taulanti. Peresadyes was a name used by Odrysians as well, and Spartokid kings in Black Sea region.

    Note that Dardanians historically were regarded Illyrian, ethnically in antiquity that might be true, archaeologically we might have different story. But Albanian archaeologists do aknowledge several material cultures on forming historical Illyrians, the most important one being Glasinac-Mat complex and related cultures, and the other one important being Trebeniste Culture whose historical counterpart might be Enchelei and/or Taulanti. Back in time Albanian archaeologists couldn't voice their opinion so open-mindly because of the regime, but Muzafer Korkuti was one of the first to note about the Kanellure influence without going deep, Rovena Kurti then said that Kanellure is typical for Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age. It could be that this particular offshot culture could have influenced the forming of historical Illyrians within the borders of Albania.


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    The Noua-Wietenberg fusion influenced Gva, and all Channelled Ware groups being primarily descendants from Gva. Channelled Ware seems to have been, in my opinion, by and large Thracian. All post-Channelled Ware territories, in which they firmly established themselves, appear later as Thracian, Dacian and Moesian. No exception from that rule.

    There were however some mixed groups and fusions, which turned out different. One of these were the Paeonians, Northern Greeks and Dardanians. The Dardanians are said to have pushed the Channelled Ware groups back, but finally overrun parts of them in their Eastern territory in particular, and assimilating those, clearly. So they had a strong double substrate Thracian effect. First from early Channelled Ware groups, which infiltrated their core zone, then by assimilating a later Thracian substrate.

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    Well, that's your opinion, and i think you are rather wrong here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johane Derite View Post
    Scholars like Vekony argue that the Gava / Channelled Ware people were the ancestors of the Dacians, Getians, and Mysians.


    This culture also appears in North Albania & Kosova.


    Does this mean there was a Dacian related people also in Albania alongside the Glasinac Illyrians?


    There is no Gava culture in Albania or Kosova or any Illyrian territory. Can you bring academic sources which actually claim that Gava culture settled in Albania or Kosova? You posted a source which speaks about Bulgaria and then just added in your personal conjecture about Albania as if it's something which is supported by the source, but there's nothing about Albania in the source.


    The most ludicrous thing about this is that E-V13 didn't spread from Gava lands but you are still propagating misinformation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Excine View Post
    There is no Gava culture in Albania or Kosova or any Illyrian territory. Can you bring academic sources which actually claim that Gava culture settled in Albania or Kosova? You posted a source which speaks about Bulgaria and then just added in your personal conjecture about Albania as if it's something which is supported by the source, but there's nothing about Albania in the source.


    The most ludicrous thing about this is that E-V13 didn't spread from Gava lands but you are still propagating misinformation.
    For some reason we have different terms in different regions. The Albanian authors prefer usually "cannelure ceramic", the Bulgarian ones "Fluted Ware" and the rest usually speaks of Channelled Ware. Whether people use the term Gva for all of them or not is basically a problem of definition, like how narrow or wide do you define Gva?
    If you define it very narrowly, then Gva did not spread much to the South, but fact is that the Channelled Ware groups being all derived from it and move not just with the pottery, but largely with the complete package.

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    Well, that's your opinion, and i think you are rather wrong here.
    What exactly is my opinion? I know of no clearly Channelled Ware derived group which was not Thracian. Like what are the main cultural formations we can observe:
    - Late North Gva = seems to be associated with North Carpathian Dacian tribes later, like Carpi and Costobocci
    - Meczocsat, Thraco-Cimmerians = local element clearly Thracian
    - Bosut and Basarabi = clearly Thracian-Dacian
    - Ferigile (Scythian influences) = Thracian, Triballi
    - Danubian Fluted Ware and Psenichevo = Thracian
    - Babadag = Unknown, but must have been Thracian, considering the later connections of the region to Southern Thracians and Getae
    - Asia minor Knobbed Ware and descendants = Thyni and Bithyni = Thracian tribes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Excine View Post
    There is no Gava culture in Albania or Kosova or any Illyrian territory. Can you bring academic sources which actually claim that Gava culture settled in Albania or Kosova? You posted a source which speaks about Bulgaria and then just added in your personal conjecture about Albania as if it's something which is supported by the source, but there's nothing about Albania in the source.


    The most ludicrous thing about this is that E-V13 didn't spread from Gava lands but you are still propagating misinformation.
    Esmeralda Agolli, Muzafer Korkuti and Rovena Kurti are of the opinion that Kanellure/Channeled-Ware does appear in Late Bronze Age Albania, and the region where it does appear surprisingly is where we see historical Enchelei, where during Early Iron Age even their burial is different from core Illyrians. Otherwise, how is it possible to ignore Psenicevo Culture E-V13 leaks, that's considered by old Bulgarian, Hungarian, Serb, Romanian archaeologists as descended culture from Gava, and it's usually called Early Hallstattian. So they were part of Urnfield hemisphere. Get over it dude, your buddies futile attempt is simply futile.

    And it doesn't have to be Gava specifically but related groups, because Balkan-Carpathian hemisphere was huge, you also have Vatin, Paracin, Mediana, Grla Mara from Central Balkans.

    Lofkënd (Albania) tumulus excavation, E. Agolli.18 The excavation at the prehistoric burial tumulus of Lofkënd took place from 2004 to 2006 with an additional study season in 2007. The monograph was published in 2014. The pottery repertoire accompanies with some intensity three phases of the tumulus construction: Phase II (1200 - 1100 BC), Phase III (1100 - 900 BC) and Phase III-IV (1000 - 900 BC). The assemblage recovered as kterismata is comprised mainly by two groups, light and dark fine. The light fine is mostly accompanied with mattpainted or plastic decoration whereas the dark fine comes with ribbing or the so-called kanellure decoration (Pl. XCVc). The vessel forms vary from small to medium, classified conventionally as drinking vessels. In terms of quantity, the light fine is slightly more represented. A considerable quantity of fragmentary material was encountered in the soil that filled either the tumulus or the tombs. In addition to the fine ware, in the soil were recovered semi-coarse and coarse fragments of medium or large vessels.

    https://dial.uclouvain.be/pr/boreal/...am/PDF_01/view
    As for Kosovo, that was the stronghold of Channeled-Ware/Belegis-Gava II. You can read various Serb/Kosovo Albanian archaeologists agreeing that Dardanians were Belegis-Gava II/Brnjica descendands.



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    What exactly is my opinion? I know of no clearly Channelled Ware derived group which was not Thracian. Like what are the main cultural formations we can observe:
    - Late North G�va = seems to be associated with North Carpathian Dacian tribes later, like Carpi and Costobocci
    - Meczocsat, Thraco-Cimmerians = local element clearly Thracian
    - Bosut and Basarabi = clearly Thracian-Dacian
    - Ferigile (Scythian influences) = Thracian, Triballi
    - Danubian Fluted Ware and Psenichevo = Thracian
    - Babadag = Unknown, but must have been Thracian, considering the later connections of the region to Southern Thracians and Getae
    - Asia minor Knobbed Ware and descendants = Thyni and Bithyni = Thracian tribes
    The Dardanians appear in North-Western Turkey were Thyni Bithyni appear, but Dardani appear with Mysians which it does sound like Moesians. Would be too much of a coincidence same pack of people with almost exactly the same tribal names and same archeological packages to appear at the same sites. I don't believe coincidences of this scale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Excine View Post
    There is no Gava culture in Albania or Kosova or any Illyrian territory. Can you bring academic sources which actually claim that Gava culture settled in Albania or Kosova? You posted a source which speaks about Bulgaria and then just added in your personal conjecture about Albania as if it's something which is supported by the source, but there's nothing about Albania in the source.
    The most ludicrous thing about this is that E-V13 didn't spread from Gava lands but you are still propagating misinformation.
    Why are you crying?
    Gava is the core of the channelled ware phenomenon. Here is the map, here it is stated clear as day, in blue:

    Albania and Kosova both have channelled ware appear in the late bronze age to early iron age period. This is a fact known by all archaeologists.
    It is fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johane Derite View Post
    Why are you crying?
    Gava is the core of the channelled ware phenomenon. Here is the map, here it is stated clear as day, in blue:

    Albania and Kosova both have channelled ware appear in the late bronze age to early iron age period. This is a fact known by all archaeologists.
    It is fact.
    Joane your being a bit disrespectful to someone asking for a source.
    Alas the source you provided "from Ukraine to Troy" did not mention Albania? I have no idea one way or the other, but I feel for being disrespectful with "why are you crying" you did a terrible job at providing a source, with a rather <trust me bro> argument, "This is a fact known by all archaeologists. -It is fact."... Its a bit rich from people to expect others to know what they know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk View Post
    Esmeralda Agolli, Muzafer Korkuti and Rovena Kurti are of the opinion that Kanellure/Channeled-Ware does appear in Late Bronze Age Albania, and the region where it does appear surprisingly is where we see historical Enchelei, where during Early Iron Age even their burial is different from core Illyrians. Otherwise, how is it possible to ignore Psenicevo Culture E-V13 leaks, that's considered by old Bulgarian, Hungarian, Serb, Romanian archaeologists as descended culture from Gava, and it's usually called Early Hallstattian. So they were part of Urnfield hemisphere. Get over it dude, your buddies futile attempt is simply futile.

    And it doesn't have to be Gava specifically but related groups, because Balkan-Carpathian hemisphere was huge, you also have Vatin, Paracin, Mediana, Grla Mara from Central Balkans.



    As for Kosovo, that was the stronghold of Channeled-Ware/Belegis-Gava II. You can read various Serb/Kosovo Albanian archaeologists agreeing that Dardanians were Belegis-Gava II/Brnjica descendands.





    The Dardanians appear in North-Western Turkey were Thyni Bithyni appear, but Dardani appear with Mysians which it does sound like Moesians. Would be too much of a coincidence same pack of people with almost exactly the same tribal names and same archeological packages to appear at the same sites. I don't believe coincidences of this scale.
    Have no idea personally about Gava part, but if it were true it would not be surprising imo. I was very surprised myself when among the rumored Albanian samples there was no E-V13, and cremation came to mind. And as you neatly mentioned, the twin ethnonyms between Balkans and Anatolia, Dardanians, Bryges/Prygians etc, certainly would be a big coincidence if it was just a coincidence. Luckily we might find out, as among the 730 samples, samples from Troy might be present. But if Dardanians from Kosove and Troy both were of a similar cultural complex descending from Gava then it might be tough luck, since from what I read from you guys these cultures exclusively cremated?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archetype0ne View Post
    Joane your being a bit disrespectful to someone asking for a source.
    Alas the source you provided "from Ukraine to Troy" did not mention Albania? I have no idea one way or the other, but I feel for being disrespectful with "why are you crying" you did a terrible job at providing a source, with a rather <trust me bro> argument, "This is a fact known by all archaeologists. -It is fact."... Its a bit rich from people to expect others to know what they know.
    Hey genius, the source was literally in the original image.

    There is a literal map of Albania and Kosova with channelled ware distribution marked out.

    Is this another reading comprehension problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johane Derite View Post
    Hey genius, the source was literally in the original image.
    There is a literal map of Albania and Kosova with channelled ware distribution marked out.
    Is this another reading comprehension problem?
    Not sure if they taught about respect in your home, but it seems you have trouble with basic human interaction.
    As for the image, I stare at maps as a hobby, I think you might be confused if you think that image has Kosove highlighted. But either way, if you're having a bad day, make no mistake to think you can behave like a dunce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archetype0ne View Post
    Joane your being a bit disrespectful to someone asking for a source.
    Alas the source you provided "from Ukraine to Troy" did not mention Albania? I have no idea one way or the other, but I feel for being disrespectful with "why are you crying" you did a terrible job at providing a source, with a rather <trust me bro> argument, "This is a fact known by all archaeologists. -It is fact."... Its a bit rich from people to expect others to know what they know.
    I asked him for a source and because no such source exists he posted an irrelevant one and threw in an insult for good measure.


    The source which he posted says nothing at all about Gava culture settlements in Albania or Kosovo or the western Balkans in general. It's also important that it doesn't even support his theory about channelled pottery being spread with migrations.


    Note how he didn't even link the study. Johane highlighted this sentence **While some researchers equal the spread of the pottery style with the movement of people** and then cropped the page.


    Here's the full quote:


    While some researchers equal the spread of the pottery style with the movement of people (Leviţki 1994; Rusu 1963; Smirnova 1974), others prefer explanations which can be summarized under key words like cultural syncretism, acculturation, communication or the spread of a new ‘fashion’ (Hänsel 1976; Pare 1998; Vulpe 1995;). As the first theory cannot account for the great number and the dimensions of the settlements which contained channelled pottery (one would have to imagine mass migration for this to have been the case), the second line of thought gains ground, although the details of the presumed culturally-induced changes have not yet been made clear.

    https://www.researchgate.net/publica...e_Transylvania

    Once more Johane Derite/@Albanian History is caught manipulating sources and misusing their content in order to promote his agenda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Excine View Post
    https://www.researchgate.net/publica...e_Transylvania

    Once more Johane Derite/@Albanian History is caught manipulating sources and misusing their content in order to promote his agenda.
    Its still funny. The part he highlighted isn't even Kosove/Albania. Rather the southernmost part is the Danube basin in a rather restrictive sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johane Derite View Post
    Scholars like Vekony argue that the Gava / Channelled Ware people were the ancestors of the Dacians, Getians, and Mysians.


    This is a literal map of Albania and Kosova with distribution of Channelled Ware / Gava pottery.

    You guys just demonstrate yet again how moronic you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archetype0ne View Post
    Have no idea personally about Gava part, but if it were true it would not be surprising imo. I was very surprised myself when among the rumored Albanian samples there was no E-V13, and cremation came to mind. And as you neatly mentioned, the twin ethnonyms between Balkans and Anatolia, Dardanians, Bryges/Prygians etc, certainly would be a big coincidence if it was just a coincidence. Luckily we might find out, as among the 730 samples, samples from Troy might be present. But if Dardanians from Kosove and Troy both were of a similar cultural complex descending from Gava then it might be tough luck, since from what I read from you guys these cultures exclusively cremated?
    Personally, i am not arguing Glasinac-Mat didn't have E-V13 at all, it's simply that i don't know, i don't see any kind of indication how to connect except for seeing the aDNA results, i used to think they had Middle-Danubian Urnfield influence but in 2021 Der Illyrer book Andreas Lippert rejects that, supporting the idea of Yugoslav and Albanian archaeologists, perhaps there was some E-V13, but it shouldn't have been so much in importance as in Eastern Urnfielders (here i will stop calling all of them Gava, because related groups not necessarily being Gava core were E-V13 as well).

    As for Albania, whenever you see Illyrian core groups you don't see cremation graves so much, some cremation graves appear in Glasinac-Mat, but they are rare still, Enchelei used to cremate their dead (especially their warrior caste), but they used inhumation as well, from what i read Serb archaeologists consider the mixed Brnjica + Belegis-Gava II as core and aboriginal Dardanian and the Glasinac-Mat in the West as Illyrian and West Bosut-Bassarabi influence as Thracian/Triballian. Dardanians were pushed by Glasinac-Mat from the West and Bosut-Bassarabi/Triballi from the North/East somewhere in Middle Iron Age apparently.

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    @Joane
    I mentioned a bit earlier, how it is a mistake to assume others can read your mind. But at this point I am even questioning your good faith, in three comments you are offending fellow members thrice.

    http://www.aegeobalkanprehistory.net...icle&id_art=18
    The source of the image you posted does not mention channeled ware once? How are we supposed to know if kanellure and channeled ware are the same thing?

    This explains they are synonymous.
    https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/...95818/document

    Albeit from the first source it appears the find were in Tumuli. So no idea how this would relate to these Carpathian cremating cultures.

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