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kgnju
19-11-11, 16:47
Which Y-DNA Haplotype did Napoleon I,the famous French emperor belong to?

Knovas
19-11-11, 16:56
Not sure if it's definetely known, but I think he probably was G2a3b1a.

At least, it's a very likely option xd

kgnju
19-11-11, 17:27
Not sure if it's definetely known, but I think he probably was G2a3b1a.

At least, it's a very likely option xd
Uhh, But his family emigated from Italy, not the natives of Corsica.

Maciamo
20-11-11, 15:34
Indeed, the Bonaparte family originated in central Tuscany. Remains the possibility of a non-paternity event.

Statistically, the most common haplogroup in both Corsica and Tuscany is R1b (mostly the Italian R1b-S28/U152), so the odds is that the Bonaparte lineage belongs to that haplogroup. The second highest odds are for haplogroup J2.

kgnju
21-11-11, 06:54
Indeed, the Bonaparte family originated in central Tuscany. Remains the possibility of a non-paternity event.

Statistically, the most common haplogroup in both Corsica and Tuscany is R1b (mostly the Italian R1b-S28/U152), so the odds is that the Bonaparte lineage belongs to that haplogroup. The second highest odds are for haplogroup J2.
Always got useful information from you, Maciamo.Thank you!

Sennevini
13-01-12, 02:07
It seems the Bonaparte family is E1b1b1c1* (E-M34*), according to Dienekes' blog.

Goga
13-01-12, 14:10
Thanks, this is a very interesting info!

Knovas
13-01-12, 15:20
Thank you! very interesting ;)

Main article: http://dienekes.blogspot.com/2012/01/napoleon-bonaparte-belonged-to.html

sparkey
13-01-12, 18:30
Time for Maciamo to add another famous individual to his E1b1b page? With both Napoleon and Hitler now determined, E1b1b is becoming interestingly associated with European military conquerors. At least this time, I doubt we'll be seeing a bunch of media articles about how Jewish Napoleon is because of this.

Knovas
13-01-12, 19:57
jaja!!!

Good point sparkey, as usual ;)

Maciamo
14-01-12, 15:17
The results have been published. Napoleon belonged to haplogroup E-M34 (http://www.eupedia.com/forum/showthread.php?27225-Napoleon-I-belonged-to-haplogroup-E1b1b1c1*-%28E-M34%29).

WST
12-03-14, 12:54
Bruno Roy-Henry recently opened a Petition to the French President on Avaaz:

It's about a skin fragment of Napoleon I. and their Y-DNA. Issued in a museum in France. So far it has been denied, but the funds are there. It should answer the question, that the one who was exhumed in 1840 in St. Helena is really Napoleon I.

Here the Petition and please subscribe:
secure.avaaz.org/fr/petition/Le_President_de_la_Republique_Francaise_Lanalyse_A DN_du_derme_conserve_au_musee_de_lArmee_et_attribu e_a_Napoleon//?launch