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    I think, except the language, these people are very similar to each other. Share your opinion!


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    Yes clearly some genetic overlap with Serbs and Romanians but they can still be differentiated as modern people. A few Hungarians will fit this cluster, I can post Hungarian GEDmatch to prove.
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    Ethnogenesis started around the time of "Agathyrsi"

    "Agathyrsi (Greek: Ἀγάθυρσοι) were a people of Scythian, or mixed Dacian-Scythian origin, who in the time of Herodotus occupied the plain of the Maris (Mures), in the mountainous part of ancient Dacia now known as Transylvania, Romania. Their ruling class seems to have been of Scythian origin."

    The Scythian arrival to the Carpathian area is dated to 700 BC. The Agathyrsi existence is archaeologically attested by the Ciumbrud inhumation type, in the upper Mureş area of the Transylvanian plateau. In contrast with the surrounding peoples who practiced incineration, the Ciumbrud people buried their dead. These tombs, containing Scythian artistic and armament metallurgy (e.g. acinaces), have moreover been dated to 550-450 BC — roughly the timeframe of Herodotus' writing. Archaeologists use the term "Thraco-Agathyrsian" to designate these characteristics, owing to the evident Thracian (or, more strictly speaking, Dacian) elements. At the time of Herodotus they were already absorbed by the native Dacians.

    Herodotus, writing after 450 BC, localizes the Agathyrsi (Ἀγάθυρσοι) to Transylvania and the outer parts of Scythia, to the proximity of the Neuri."


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    so let me get this right:

    romanians and hungarians....dont like eachother much (think seya and stears)

    romanians and serbs ......like eachother alot (think seya and lionman)

    i understand now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mopi View Post
    so let me get this right:

    romanians and hungarians....dont like eachother much (think seya and stears)

    romanians and serbs ......like eachother alot (think seya and lionman)

    i understand now
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    Romanians and Serbs are completely identical people.

    Neo-Latin got promoted in Romania against Slavic
    Slavic got promoted in Serbia against Neo-Latin.

    In Ancient Past, Slavic and Latin were equally used in Both Romania and Serbia, only later one absorbed another.

    Serbs are Vlachs as much as Romanians.

    Thraco-Illyrian people are Serbo-Romanian-Bulgarian people.

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    Good question. I think there is lots of genetic overlap between the two. I imagine the typical Serb has slightly more Slavic influence than the typical Romanian but the amount might be negligible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daco Celtic View Post
    Good question. I think there is lots of genetic overlap between the two. I imagine the typical Serb has slightly more Slavic influence than the typical Romanian but the amount might be negligible.
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