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    Just letting you know we are starting a new DNA...

    Just letting you know we are starting a new DNA project dedicated to Haplotype(s) E1b / E3b /E-M35 and E-V13 in Scotland.

    Come on over and join us at...
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    Some really good articles are ...

    Some really good articles are

    http://www.genebase.com/learning/article/2 (a general article on the distribution of E1b1b1)

    http://www.jogg.info/32/bird.pdf (an article on Roman Soldiers in...
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    These maps came from the above article:...

    These maps came from the above article:
    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kirkkilclansna/E3bInGB1.png

    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kirkkilclansna/E3bInGB2.png
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    The reason I ask is I have E1b1b1 ancestry that...

    The reason I ask is I have E1b1b1 ancestry that ended up in Great Britain. Believed to have been introduced by a Roman soldier from Thrace.
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    When you say Roman, do you mean just people from...

    When you say Roman, do you mean just people from the Italian Peninsula or does that include Roman soldiers from other regions ie. Thrace?
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    Interesting

    Interesting
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    Interesting maps

    Interesting maps
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    My research show E3b was probably introduced by...

    My research show E3b was probably introduced by Roman soldiers from the Balkans
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    Interesting
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    Interesting chart

    Interesting chart
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    Some ended up in Great Britain, presumably as...

    Some ended up in Great Britain, presumably as Roman Soldiers from Thrace
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    Compress / remove spaces in the web address. (I...

    Compress / remove spaces in the web address. (I haven't posted enough times to include a URL)
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    E1b1b1 / E3b / E-M35 / E-V13 in the UK

    E1b1b1 also known as E3b / E-M35 and E-V13 is rare in Great Britain. So, how many of you are from this haplogroup AND can trace your ancestors to the UK? Where did they live? What was their...
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