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Saturday, September 28, 2013

Shqiptar Ghegs aka Albanians fake Illirians

Albanian-speaking people in Balkans can be divided into two major groups:
1. the true Macedonians
2.-descendants of the true Macedonians; but Albanised after Ottoman conquest of Albania.
-people brought by Ottoman Turks; the Ghegs (in the North) and the Tosks (in the South), according to the Shqip (aka Albanian) dialect they speak.

 The true and Albanised Macedonians

Greece and Albania and Kosovo are also part of this putative signal of expansion, which could be because the Slavs settled in part of these areas.(001)
This would explain the high rate of IBD between Albanian speakers and neighboring populations.

Genetically speaking, Shqiptars belong to the Y dna hg`s E, J and R1b.

Y-DNA haplogroup E would appear to have arisen in Africa. The most frequent haplogroup in Shqiptar males is E.

Y-DNA haplogroup J would evolved in the ancient Near East.

R1b-M343 is believed to have arisen in southwest Asia.


Gheg Shqiptars in R. of Macedonia (71.2 %) are not part of lactose tolerant population that spread with dairy farming or peoples adopting pastoralism.

By far the highest rates of IBD within any populations is found between Albanian speakers.(001)

Beyond 1500ya, the rates of IBD in Albanian speakers drop to levels typical for other populations in the eastern grouping. (001)

500 ad
Albanian speakers descended from ~ 1800 ancestors from 500-1500 ya, (so high that we left them out of..) (001) Bear in the mind that their facial parameters show a Dagestan, Iranian, Kurdish, Arab, North African etc admixture.

Italians share more common ancestors with Albanian speakers than with other Balkan populations (although these ancestors are estimated to be from the last 1,500 years), so this may reflect more recent migration.(001)

1500 ad
Albanian speakers descended from ~ 200 ancestors from 0-500 ya (001). 
The high degree of shared common ancestry among Albanian speakers might be because most of these originated from a small village rather than uniformly across Albania and Kosovo. (001)

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