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Saturday, September 28, 2013

Slavs





Archeology
More than 4,700 archaeological sites have been identified on the archaeological soil of Republic of Macedonia. None of these archaeological sites can be connected to the alleged arrival of medieval Slavs.

Ancient dna and so called Slavs
As more and more results of ancient DNA extracted from pre Neolithic skeletons were published, it became apparent that their y dna and mtdna types were quite different from those of modern Europeans and Steppe People.

Eneolithic and Bronze Age kurgan groups from Eastern Europe had dark skin. (Wilde 2014)

Ethnogenesis of the so called Slavs
Macedonians belong to the ‘‘older’’ Mediterranean substratum, like Lebanese, Turks (Anatolians), Armenians and Iranians.
Pre Neolithic Europeans do not belong to the ‘‘older’’ Mediterranean substratum.
Modern Europeans belong to the ‘‘older’’ Mediterranean substratum.
We now turn to discuss possible causes and implications of these results.

Prehistoric eastern Europeans were the recipients of multiple migrations from the East in prehistory that had not been previously detected and/or timed on the basis of modern Y dna and mtDNA data.

Geneticists have found that modern Europeans descend (largely) as the neighbors of the Fulani people, not from the non-milk drinkers who preceded them.

Eastern Europe individuals have a comparatively large proportion of ancestry drawn from a relatively small population that expanded over a large geographic area, ancestry which we date to 1-2 kya. (Ralph 2012)

Genetic relationships between today Macedonians and so called Slavs
Modern science provides limited genetic link between Macedonians and so called Eastern Slavs. Both Macedonians and so called Eastern Slavs have much more complex genetic population history than the traditional tree-based linguistic (or fake historic) model would suggest.

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