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  • ShpataEMadhe's Avatar
    Today, 06:23 PM
    ShpataEMadhe replied to a thread Albanian DNA Project in Southern
    Wait, what happened here. Wasnt there supposed to be 48 samples? Only 18 are mentioned here with 1 missing?
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  • Riverman's Avatar
    Today, 06:11 PM
    Riverman replied to a thread J maps in J
    Yes, the time after the MBA is key. And like you see, there is none. Because after the LBA, most movements were rather going North -> South. In the...
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  • Riverman's Avatar
    Today, 06:07 PM
    Riverman replied to a thread Albanian DNA Project in Southern
    We don't know that, because they could have come directly from the Greek speaking Eastern provinces, rather than from Italy. Unless we find genetic...
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  • ChrisR's Avatar
    Today, 06:06 PM
    ChrisR replied to a thread J maps in J
    Yes the BR2 sample: https://j2-m172.info/links/ancient-j-m304-j-m172-j2-y-dna-genomes/ According to YFull he splitted 2900 BC from the other known...
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  • ShpataEMadhe's Avatar
    Today, 05:56 PM
    ShpataEMadhe replied to a thread Albanian DNA Project in Southern
    J2a was the most common source of imperial romans, whether you think that shouldnt be the case is another matter. These imperial romans were from...
    2706 replies | 251884 view(s)
  • MacUalraig's Avatar
    Today, 05:53 PM
    None, different branches of the tree. The markers just get named in order of discovery. With ultra-new low level SNPs you might get a consecutive...
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  • MarkoH's Avatar
    Today, 05:42 PM
    By using the observations of the previous post, multiplying p(i) by exp(-b i) would satisfy the balance conditions for a more general case: T(i...
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  • Riverman's Avatar
    Today, 05:30 PM
    Riverman replied to a thread J maps in J
    J2a was even found in the Northern Channelled Ware people, or at least in their wider context with a Central European autosomal profile. No typical...
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  • Riverman's Avatar
    Today, 05:28 PM
    Riverman replied to a thread Albanian DNA Project in Southern
    J2a was even found in the Northern Channelled Ware people, or at least in their wider context with a Central European autosomal profile. No typical...
    2706 replies | 251884 view(s)
  • Isidro's Avatar
    Today, 05:06 PM
    Elite dominance and language dispersal is viable but in the case of East Iberians ( not Caucasus Iberia ) probably could have gone as far as the...
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  • Bruzmi's Avatar
    Today, 05:06 PM
    Bruzmi replied to a thread Albanian DNA Project in Southern
    The above post which Shpataemadhe copied from another forum is wrong because it predates the pre-print of the Viminacium. From the pre-print:
    2706 replies | 251884 view(s)
  • Baltimore1937's Avatar
    Today, 05:01 PM
    Baltimore1937 replied to a thread Pleistocene Megafauna in Fauna
    More on Pleistocene Megafauna: https://news.yale.edu/2021/11/25/loss-ancient-grazers-triggered-global-rise-fires
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  • Ruderico's Avatar
    Today, 05:00 PM
    It's not unusual at all, communities get invaded and/or influenced by others all the time. There's no reason why non-IE languages couldn't have...
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  • Kelmendasi's Avatar
    Today, 04:56 PM
    Kelmendasi replied to a thread Albanian DNA Project in Southern
    Those maps are from The Early Ottoman Peloponnese: A study in the Light of an Annotated editio princeps of the TT10-1/14662 Ottoman Taxation Cadastre...
    2706 replies | 251884 view(s)
  • ChrisR's Avatar
    Today, 04:55 PM
    ChrisR replied to a thread J maps in J
    Sure much of J2 diversity can hide elsewhere North of the Alps. Still the presence of Pre-Roman Time J2a diversity in the Upper Rhine is intriguing,...
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  • Waldemar's Avatar
    Today, 04:53 PM
    Jaromir Benes said (once again) that Slavs probably originated in Poland...
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  • Isidro's Avatar
    Today, 04:45 PM
    Invasion can happen of course but your scenario is unusual. Are you saying that Urnfields were non IE R1b-P312-DF27 so we couldn't tell the...
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  • Yupi's Avatar
    Today, 04:40 PM
    Yupi replied to a thread Albanian DNA Project in Southern
    Imperial Romans are heavily shifted towards Middle East compared to Republican Romans. Also J2a is fairly rare and only among East Med Genetic...
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  • ShpataEMadhe's Avatar
    Today, 04:15 PM
    ShpataEMadhe replied to a thread Albanian DNA Project in Southern
    The etruscans, latins and daunians were all different people, latins had plenty j2a as the roman imperials carried it as their most common lines. Why...
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  • aafusc2988's Avatar
    Today, 04:14 PM
    My paternal haplogroup is R-L196. Wonder is there is any connection to R-L193?
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  • XXD's Avatar
    Today, 04:04 PM
    XXD replied to a thread Albanian DNA Project in Southern
    It also doesn't explain why the available Peloponnesian samples we have seen, especially from Laconia, show little to no overlap with Albanians.
    2706 replies | 251884 view(s)
  • Yupi's Avatar
    Today, 03:49 PM
    Yupi replied to a thread Albanian DNA Project in Southern
    I said most not all. Imperial Romans were heavily mixed with MENA people. And Etruscans, Latins and Daunians had no J2a. The same for Serbian...
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  • Coldmountains's Avatar
    Today, 03:47 PM
    The second looks like he is from Kabul and mixed with locals. We have also family members who intermarried with them and I think this is very common...
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  • Bruzmi's Avatar
    Today, 03:39 PM
    Bruzmi replied to a thread Albanian DNA Project in Southern
    Check my post above. J-Z36834 formed 8.4 kybp. It saw an expansion in the Neolithic Balkans. Minoans are found under a lineage marked as J-Z36834*....
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  • ShpataEMadhe's Avatar
    Today, 03:38 PM
    ShpataEMadhe replied to a thread Albanian DNA Project in Southern
    You havent been paying attention. Roman imperials carried 50% J lines, mostly j2a. J2a is actually just as common in south italy as greece today ...
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  • Dewsloth's Avatar
    Today, 03:34 PM
    I guess this falls under both experimental archaeology (for the tools used) and art. A neat video of how a beaker is made: ...
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  • surasena's Avatar
    Today, 03:31 PM
    Sharma is used by many Brahmins all over the Northern subcontinent. They aren't exclusively Punjabi. The Punjab/Potohar/AJK/Jammu Brahmin results...
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  • heksindhi's Avatar
    Today, 03:29 PM
    There are 2 Afghan Qizilbash samples in the HW oracles: Qizilbash1 S-Indian: 11.47% Baloch: 30.11% Caucasian: ...
    1482 replies | 98560 view(s)
  • Yupi's Avatar
    Today, 03:26 PM
    Yupi replied to a thread Albanian DNA Project in Southern
    I believe most J2a in Balkans outside of the Greek lines is of recent Middle Eastern post Classical Period migration. Only Ancient Greek carried...
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