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my father results

I do not know why these do not align

Gaul + Gallo-Roman (4.873)
Gaul + Illyrian (5.499)
Gaul (8.072)
Gallo-Roman (8.617)
Illyrian (8.818)


1. Cisalpine Gaul (590 AD) ..... 8.072 - SZ45 (Click for more info)
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2. Iberian / Piedmont (670 AD) ..... 8.577 - CL94 (Click for more info)
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3. Gallo-Roman (590 AD) ..... 8.617 - SZ28 (Click for more info)
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4. Illyrian / Dalmatian (1200 BC) ..... 8.818 - I3313 (Click for more info)
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5. Illyrian / Dalmatian (1600 BC) ..... 8.835 - I4332 (Click for more info)
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6. Thracian Bulgaria (450 BC) ..... 8.835 - I5769 (Click for more info)
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7. Central Roman (670 AD) ..... 9.766 - CL36 (Click for more info)
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my wife numbers ..........her paternal and maternal line run along the veneto -friuli border of the Livenza river

Gaul + Thracian (3.378)
Gaul + Illyrian (3.378)
Gaul (6.716)
Thracian (8.715)
Illyrian (8.715)


1. Cisalpine Gaul (590 AD) ..... 6.716 - SZ45 (Click for more info)
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2. Illyrian / Dalmatian (1600 BC) ..... 8.715 - I4332 (Click for more info)
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3. Thracian Bulgaria (450 BC) ..... 8.715 - I5769 (Click for more info)
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4. Medieval Hungary / Balkan (1244 AD) ..... 8.97 - DA199 (Click for more info)
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5. Medieval Tyrolian (590 AD) ..... 10.04 - SZ18 (Click for more info)
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Q-Match 1 to 1 - Salento vs Neanderthal :unsure: yep, lol

Comparing Kit M113500 (Manfred Neander) and Salento

Total cM: 2.35
Largest segment cM: 1.21
Total segments: 2

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... his name is Manfred Neander, any connection to Manfredonia in Puglia?
 
Q-Match 1 to 1 - Salento vs Neanderthal :unsure: yep, lol

Comparing Kit M113500 (Manfred Neander) and Salento

Total cM: 2.35
Largest segment cM: 1.21
Total segments: 2

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... his name is Manfred Neander, any connection to Manfredonia in Puglia?

Many manfredi surname in veneto
 
Many manfredi surname in veneto
There were Neanderthals in Puglia:

Altamura, Puglia,
Skeleton Found in Italy Cave Yields Oldest Neanderthal DNA


Altamura Man
... Altamura Man is one of the most complete Paleolithic skeletons ever to be discovered in Europe as "even the bones inside the nose are still there" and as of 2016 it represents the oldest sample of Neanderthal DNA to have been sequenced successfully...

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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altamura_Man


https://www.nbcnews.com/science/sci...ly-cave-yields-oldest-neanderthal-dna-n339661
 
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I upgraded to Zeus, because I already had credit from Caesar, and I took advantage of the sale. Here are my top 10 samples from around the Copper age, as well as the Bronze Age.

Really very cool, Jovialis. I did the same that you do, using my credit from Caesar and now I am a Zeus:

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The reason why Italians are getting Illyrian in their results is because original Italians from
Venetia and Apulia were Illyrians, and although Etruscans are considered to be non indo European they do look like they have a lot of things in common with pre-balkanic population.

Before the Roman Expansion the Venetic and Missapi people were said to have be Illyrian in origin and most likely spoke an Illyrian language.

So it would make sense Italians and Albanians tend to over lap, same goes with Greeks and Western Turks.


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The reason why Italians are getting Illyrian in their results is because original Italians from
Venetia and Apulia were Illyrians, and although Etruscans are considered to be non indo European they do look like they have a lot of things in common with pre-balkanic population.

Before the Roman Expansion the Venetic and Missapi people were said to have be Illyrian in origin and most likely spoke an Illyrian language.

So it would make sense Italians and Albanians tend to over lap, same goes with Greeks and Western Turks.


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Hopefully, the upcoming studies will provide some insight into the Illyrian/Iapgians in Italy.
 
The reason why Italians are getting Illyrian in their results is because original Italians from
Venetia and Apulia were Illyrians, and although Etruscans are considered to be non indo European they do look like they have a lot of things in common with pre-balkanic population.

Before the Roman Expansion the Venetic and Missapi people were said to have be Illyrian in origin and most likely spoke an Illyrian language.

So it would make sense Italians and Albanians tend to over lap, same goes with Greeks and Western Turks.


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Latest linguistic study 2012
http://www.jolr.ru/files/(83)jlr2012-7(33-46).pdf

and

this is the latest study on what you refer to ....2015



Messapic with Venetic ???/...I am not sure

Research on the origins and identity of Illyrians continues with established settlements at Opitergium (Oderzo),

 
closest match for my father dna on the new
mtDNA Haplogroup: N1b1a

Scythian Ukraine

Genetic Distance: 22.788
Sample Match! 55% closer than others users


my father mtdna is T2b17

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i am same with genetic distance of
Genetic Distance: 23.732
 

Actually Illyrian is the ancestor of Albanians but Thracians are said to have been sister language or cousin of Illyrian, the same way as Slovakian is related to Polish today. I don’t really know what to think about Thracians being related to Illyrians linguistically, but I wouldn’t be surprised if the Trojan theory is correct.

The name Albani is a latinised word for the Illyrian tribe known as Arbon, Arbo or Arbeni, which is first mentioned in 2Century bc.

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Actually Illyrian is the ancestor of Albanians but Thracians are said to have been sister language or cousin of Illyrian, the same way as Slovakian is related to Polish.

The name Albani is a latinised word for the Illyrian tribe known as Arbon, Arbo or Arbeni, which is first mentioned in 2Century bc.

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we should move this to another thread ..............but here is its origin .....Alban is used predominantly in the English and German languages, and it is derived from Latin origins. The name's meaning is man from Alba. It is from the elements 'Alba' meaning white hill ; 'albus' white ; 'alp' rock. The name is derived from the Roman family name Albanus (Latin), meaning 'from Alba' in reference possibly to the ethnic name of a place in ancient Rome called Alba Longa. The place name is derived from the Latin 'albus' or the Celtic 'alp'. Alba could also refer to the Irish and Scottish Gaelic name for Scotland, which is derived from the Celtic word Albion.
 
we should move this to another thread ..............but here is its origin .....Alban is used predominantly in the English and German languages, and it is derived from Latin origins. The name's meaning is man from Alba. It is from the elements 'Alba' meaning white hill ; 'albus' white ; 'alp' rock. The name is derived from the Roman family name Albanus (Latin), meaning 'from Alba' in reference possibly to the ethnic name of a place in ancient Rome called Alba Longa. The place name is derived from the Latin 'albus' or the Celtic 'alp'. Alba could also refer to the Irish and Scottish Gaelic name for Scotland, which is derived from the Celtic word Albion.

Yes that is true, but the Albani tribe actually called themselves Arbeni people, or arberi people, a older name is Arbon, the term “Albani” was the latinised name for them. Maybe it was the Roman way to “force” latinise people...

Albania was known as Principality of Arbanon during the Middle Ages.

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Get back on topic, people.

There are dozens of "Albanian" threads. Find one.
 
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Here is a PCA with samples strictly from 590-670 AD, which mainly show the Collegno and Szolad samples. However, it seems to show other samples that are slightly outside of those restrictions, i.e. the Justinian Plague victim from 760 AD.
 
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Here is a PCA with samples strictly from 590-670 AD, which mainly show the Collegno and Szolad samples. However, it seems to show other samples that are slightly outside of those restrictions, i.e. the Justinian Plague victim from 760 AD.

Same God :)

Same Setting - 590-670 AD:

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MTA & Q-Matching with I3313 Illyrian/ Dalmatian Bronze Age / 1200 BC

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my Cousin from Cles trentino ...new numbers

Roman + Illyrian (2.211)
Gallo-Roman + Roman (4.365)
Roman (5.549)
Gallo-Roman (7.479)
Illyrian (8.625)


1. Central Roman (670 AD) ..... 5.549 - CL36 (Click for more info)
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2. Central Roman (590 AD) ..... 6.369 - SZ43 (Click for more info)
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3. Central Roman (590 AD) ..... 7.084 - SZ36 (Click for more info)
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4. Gallo-Roman (590 AD) ..... 7.479 - SZ28 (Click for more info)
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5. North Roman Warrior (590 AD) ..... 8.056 - NS3c (Click for more info)
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6. Illyrian / Dalmatian (1200 BC) ..... 8.625 - I3313 (Click for more info)
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7. Scythian Moldova (270 BC) ..... 9.109 - scy192 (Click for more info)
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