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    Pisałem to już kiedyś.
    Ta dama http://gminazlota.tbu.pl/page.php?id=111 wygląda na córkę faceta r1b-CTS9219 a nie Celta.

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    Proszę zwróci uwagę.
    Polscy archeologowie mówią o tym że na jednym cmentarzu pochowani są ludzie reprezentujący różne kultury.
    To słyszałem i czytałem wielokrotnie. To unikat ?. A może poruszyć w wątku „Prawdziwi Słowianie”

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    Król traków , film wyjątkowo ciekawy.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6iv0JJvaIA

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    Pierwszy raz słysz o Heruls
    http://www.gedevasen.dk/heruls.pdf

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    Trochę o Gotach http://woofla.pl/o-gotach-wandalach-i-ich-jezykach/
    W latach siedemdziesiątych ubiegłego wieku w telewizji Polskiej oglądałem program o języku ojczystym. Profesor ( nie pamiętam nazwiska) twierdził że w Polskim język jest sporo wyrazów pochodzenia gockiego. To co zapamiętałem to wyraz chleb. Gość ledwo przeżył do końca programu tak wielka była agresja audytorium na jego słowa.

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    wikipedia-Gry=bądź ostrożny=zrobić matematykę=

    wikipedia=Yamnaya+Poltavka=precyzja


    Eastern European hunter-gatherers
    Man from Yamna culture, Sculptural Reconstruction. (1930s)

    According to Haak et al. (2015), "Eastern European hunter-gatherers" who inhabited todays Ukraine, Russia were distinctive population of hunter-gatherers with high affinity to a ~24,000-year-old Siberian from Mal'ta-Buret' culture, or other, closely related people from Siberia.[3][web 1] Remains of the "Eastern European hunter-gatherers" have been found in Mesolithic or early Neolithic sites in Karelia and Samara Oblast, Russia, and put under analysis. Three such hunter-gathering individuals of the male sex have had their DNA results published. Each was found to belong to a different Y-DNA haplogroup: R1a, R1b, and J.[6]
    R1b is also the most common Y-DNA haplogroup found among both the Yamnaya and modern-day Western Europeans.[3][7]
    Near East population
    See also: Maykop culture, Kura-Araxes culture, and Leyla-Tepe culture

    The Near East population were most likely hunter-gatherers from the Caucasus (CHG)[4] c.q. Iran Chalcolithic related people with a CHG-component.[5]

    Jones et al. (2015) analyzed genomes from males from western Georgia, in the Caucasus, from the Late Upper Palaeolithic (13,300 years old) and the Mesolithic (9,700 years old). These two males carried Y-DNA haplogroup: J* and J2a.
    Y-DNA

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yamna_culture "Genetics ?" 0=R1b-Z2103

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poltavka_culture "Genetics ?" 0=R1b-Z2103

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potapovka_culture "Genetics"=2=R1a
    ttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Srubna_culture "Genetics"=6=R1a

    Samarra Oblast 99%R1b/R1a


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    The Yamna culture originated in the middle Volga based Khvalynsk culture and the middle Dnieper based Sredny Stog culture,[citation needed] and is dated to the 36th–23rd centuries BCE. It was preceded by the Sredny Stog culture, Khvalynsk culture and Dnieper-Donets culture. In its western range, it is succeeded by the Catacomb culture; in the east, by the Poltavka culture and the Srubna culture.
    Y-DNA haplogroup:13-R1b samples+8-R1a samples Y-DNA haplogroup: 0= J* and J2a.=0/21R1a/R1b


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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samara,_Russia
    R-BY593+>Y14306 U5b2a2+ Eurogenes EUtest V2 K15 Oracle result 1 South_Polish 2.51 Avatar- Gliwice Coat Of Arms

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