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  1. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    anything new about the haplogroup boys
  2. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    Also Dema How would I be able to post my results after my dna test finishes
  3. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    I probably am not Y22063+ tho :LOL:
  4. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    Idk if I have Y22063+ I know they are families from that dont have Y22063+ But My great Grandfather told My father they orginally came from montenegro I just did my ancestry DNA now just waiting for the results my father did a 23andme he got J2bM205 but it wasn't very specific and didn't have a...
  5. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    So the line comes from Roman phoncieans was before the Slavic migration or after where the halpogroup started to spread
  6. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    Do you think the Serbs/Bosnians/Croatians with J2b M205 descend also from the krici tribe? and are the serbian/croatian/bosnian J2b M205 from Slavised natives?
  7. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    but this is from folklore so it may or may not be true that the krici came from zeta they were probably natives to that land
  8. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    Would these two tribes have some sort of connection its said from wiki they are originally came from near the area where the lohja tribe is in zeta the krici before coming into herzegovina... Also what is ur opinion on the origin of this halpogroup could have come from phoncieans? or greeks?
  9. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    There are no Vlach's with j2b M205
  10. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    p Plus In 1492, in Poljica in Dalmatia was recorded David Kričković. In 1528, Nikola Grubanović Kričak from village Kruševica transcribed a Church book. In the memorial of Hilandar from 16h or 17th century is mentioned Filip Kričak and several his Kričak relatives. In 1694 in Drniš is mentioned...
  11. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    Dude where is this plus where are the Vlachs with j2b m205 plus I don't why you debating with me when you haven't responded to the arguments from Dema that you haven't answered yet and ignored for quite a while
  12. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    There is literally a village in croatia called luzani plus the luzani were old slavic tribe mixed old balkan people since they mixed with spanje
  13. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    Dude, there is toponyms of the krici in Croatia Kričak,Kričačko,Kričke and why In Ottoman defter from 1477 was recorded nahija Kričak, with 5 katuns, one by knez Jarosav, another on name Nikola son of Kričko, as well nahija Mataruge with 3 katuns.
  14. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    They migrated to Croatia though.Krici mataruge luzani and macure field first to Bosnia and then moved to Dalmatia plus how would this make me a Vlach when I don't have a Vlach halpogroup I am part of the families that left Bosnia to move to Dalmatia and people with haplogroup celebrate St John...
  15. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    Most of them consider themselves croat, serbs or bosniaks I think they could have been of Vlach origin romanised people of paleo Balkan origin such as Illyrians,Thracians etc could be a suggestion for these nomadic tribes or they could of Slavic and Vlach origins since they were able to migrate...
  16. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    Yes this very true many tribes are mixed I know I am im mixed 1 third croat 2 thirds serb My father who is half croat still keeps his serbian identity he even fought against Croats during the war in Serbia Krajina also tribes did mix around aswell with others of course that would have happened...
  17. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    Im not sure about the krici I know for sure there are tribes that do claim to come from many serbian king and nobles
  18. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    @Dema I can i ask you something do you think you are from the krici tribe? But that would be almost impossible since they migrated to Dalmatia after being defeated by other Slavic tribes and have been adopted into the Slavic ethos Im from dalmatia and come from the areas where these nomadic...
  19. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    Yes but the krici migrated to dalmatia with the mataruge and macure
  20. mrdinar1

    J2b1-M205 introduced to Eupedia

    My father told we got this name from killing a pack of wolves and wearing there heads this is what he told and which was told to him by his grandfather and father...
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