Paeonian genes in modern Macedonians
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Post from iGENEA to 24.05.2010 16:05:31
we do not have such a website. This determination of tribes is a service for our costumers and we do not publishe details about that at this time.
Post from Maul to 22.05.2010 04:05:27
Hi. Do you have a web page which explains these tribal profiles in detail? For example, which type of Y haplogroups you refer as Slavs, Turkic or Macedonian?
Post from iGENEA to 16.02.2010 13:02:10
we have not yet profiles for all tribes, that can be distinguished.
But it is also possible, that some tribes are only political/historical tribes, that are closely related to other tribes or that split up into several tribes and therefore can not be discovered as an own genetic tribe.
Post from gtrwgahsh to 16.02.2010 09:02:05
There is no Assyrian and Armenian?
Post from iGENEA to 13.01.2010 06:01:09
we have profiles of the following tribes:
Post from ui to 11.01.2010 16:01:24
for which tribes/nationalities are there genetic profile?
Post from iGENEA to 10.01.2010 10:01:36
Unfortunatly Paeonians could not yet be distinguished from other ancient tribes. Perhaps the reason for that is, that they are to similar to maybe Thracians or other tribes of that area.
Therefore we can not estimate their genetic impact on Slavs or other tribes.
Post from George to 09.01.2010 16:01:02
The Paeonians were the Ancient inhabitants of most of the region of F.Y.R.o. Macedonia and some northern parts of the Greek province of Macedonia. They were considered by the Ancient Macedonians to the south as barbarians, yet little is known about their customs. By 400 A.D. they had lost their identity. A few centuries later the region of the Paeonians was overrun by Slavs who Sclavinized the region and (probably) absorbed the local population.
It is very interesting to know how Paeonians the Slavic people of FYROM are. What genetic impact did the medieval Slavs have on the pre-existing Paeonians?
Can igenea help me?