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Saturday, September 28, 2013

Sub Saharan origin of Greeks

The territory that is now Greece has several ethnic groups and major religions are present.
It is now necessary to rely on other (non historical) sources, such as genetics, archaeology, linguistics, etc, to establish a more objective history of Balkan and particularly ancient (and today) Greece.

Analyses of ancient DNA, without doubts, show that Balkan (and Europe) was populated by people that give rise to most of today Macedonians.
So called Greeks are not related to the Macedonians in R of Macedonia, nor to the Macedonians in Aegean part of Macedonia...

The three main sources of the “Greeks” paternal gene pool were identified as African, Levantine (031,034) and Asian (032).

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R-L23* haplogroup was introduced into the Greeks  6.9 kya ().

E-V13 haplogroup was introduced into the Greeks 4.8 kya ().

J-M241 haplogroup was introduced into the Greeks 2.9 kya ().

The coming of the African / Levantine unnamed tribes to Macedonian Peninsula part 1


Dark Age

In 168 BC and 146 BC the Roman Empire conquered Macedonia and Achaia (not Greece) respectively.

Roman Empire never was East, never was Byzantium empire. Byzantium is fabrication created by Bavarian Hieronymus Wolf (1562 ad) when Roman Empire was past; and was repeatedly used from then on by other western European writers.

The coming of the African / Levantine unnamed tribes to Macedonian Peninsula part 2

(Achaia) was a province during Ottoman times. For this reason it is also incorrect to say that “Greece” was occupied by the Turks for 400 years. There was no Greece to occupy

The concept of “Hellenism” was introduced in historiography by the German historian Droysen, 1877-78, and later was accepted by other authors such as Ferguson, 1911, Heuss, Launey, 1949, Beloch, 1927 and others.

The coming of the Turkish Orthodox Christians to Macedonian Peninsula part 3
Lacunar amnesia is the loss of memory about one specific event. Example: In areas where is now so called Greece, specific event was the population exchange between Turkey and so called Greece.
Orthodox Christians from the Black Sea, the Aegean and across Anatolia - who often didn't speak a word of the Greek language - were abruptly ordered to leave the lands in which their ancestors Turks had lived for hundreds of years and resettle in their “natural” homeland. (Klark 2007)

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