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Old August 5th, 2011, 06:54 AM   #1

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Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian Ethinicity !


are the Croatians, Bosnians and Serbians are of Slavic ethnicity or different races?
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As far as i know they are all Slavs.However i met some Bosnians and Croatians who claims they have Avar roots.
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Certainly, yes)They have one language.
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Hey, you forgot to add a bit of Alani in too.
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Old August 5th, 2011, 07:52 AM   #5

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As far as i know they are all Slavs.However i met some Bosnians and Croatians who claims they have Avar roots.
Is there any scientific research to prove that the Croatians and Bosnians have avar roots?
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Croats came on Balkan in 7 century AD. They are slavic. Same as Serbs. But Serbs came earlier in 5 century AD. Before Ottomans in Bosnia ,according to Chatolic church, lived 700 000 Croats , 30 000 Serbs and 30 000 Bogomils. When Ottomans came Bogomils took Islam. Bosnians separate. In 13 century is first time of usage of name Bosnian as I remember. Anyways from Ottomans started Birth of Bosnian nation.

We are mixture of Slavic (mostly) and many others (minority). Illyrians, celtics, Italians, Greeks, Huns,Goths....

Balkan was always highway for civilizations.

Oh yes, Bogomils were sect of Serbs and Croats. So Bosnian mostly became from Bogomils (Serbs and Croats) and
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Who were also Serbs and Croats.


So there isnt Bosnian slavic tribe.
Only Croatians and Serbs. But now we have also Bosniaks nation. They are also slavic but separate from previous two when they took Islam.

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Certainly, yes)They have one language.
Wrong.
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As far as i know they are all Slavs.However i met some Bosnians and Croatians who claims they have Avar roots.
They dont have clue what they talking about.
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Is there any scientific research to prove that the Croatians and Bosnians have avar roots?
That cant be proven. Because we have same haplogroups.
Same as native american Indians. They belong same haplogroup. So there is know Apache, Sioux, haplogroup.

Same here. You cant even tell different of Illyrians and Slavic.


Ofcourse they are mixture of Slavic and many others. Almost like all Slavic people. Only pure slavic people are Polaks.
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Is there any scientific research to prove that the Croatians and Bosnians have avar roots?
I dont know to be honest.This is just what i heard from a Croatian.I think general Croatians have nothing to do with Avars.Maybe this person is an exception.

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