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    Makes perfect sense. There were no haplogroups...

    Makes perfect sense. There were no haplogroups associated with modern populations of the area, save the I2-M223 guys. There are two possibilities for the natives of the area, either Germanic (which...
  2. Mine is on the west side of Maastricht; usually...

    Mine is on the west side of Maastricht; usually in the oracles my closest matches are South Dutch so this makes sense. My male line originates not too far away in the Rhenish Palatinate.
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    Mine is...interesting...but is better by leaps...

    Mine is...interesting...but is better by leaps and bounds than Ancestry, which does not appear to pick up any trace of my father's maternal grandfather in me; his parents were from Palazzo Adriano,...
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    Judging from the other members of the E-Y4971...

    Judging from the other members of the E-Y4971 branch, VK474 may be descended from a real-life version of the Thirteenth Warrior, albeit through a North Slavic milieu.
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    Peter the Great possessed the original Romanov...

    Peter the Great possessed the original Romanov y-dna (the later part of the dynasty is descended from his daughter Anna and has the Holstein-Gottorp German R1b, U106) and was of a native Russian...
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    "West Asian" is more like Anatolia and the...

    "West Asian" is more like Anatolia and the Armenian Highlands; a person of Levantine origin like a Jew or say a Lebanese Arab, would have less of that than East Med, which would be their primary...
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    Hey you're lucky, my closest match-and it's below...

    Hey you're lucky, my closest match-and it's below 3, so it is really close-lived three thousand years ago near Prague. Unetice culture, foundation of the German and Celtic peoples, whom I am...
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    The Ryans of Tipperary are DF27; my maternal line...

    The Ryans of Tipperary are DF27; my maternal line great-great-grandmother was one, and perhaps many more of the noted Ryans in the Irish diaspora could be this haplogroup.
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    12305My first dog was Daisy the beagle, and I now...

    12305My first dog was Daisy the beagle, and I now have a springer spaniel named Coco. My father is a big dog lover (Coco loves Grampa, as did Daisy before her), as is my maternal uncle, so I've got...
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    Also let's not forget the Viking contribution;...

    Also let's not forget the Viking contribution; most of my English ancestors came from the Danelaw-my mother's family is from Leicestershire, and her mother's from Nottinghamshire, although having...
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    My maternal grandfather was known for his strong...

    My maternal grandfather was known for his strong jaw, still pronounced among his great-grandchildren (like my nephew), and he was 100% English, well, mixed with Danish Viking, as most of his...
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    The sound of a bristle hairbrush brushing hair. ...

    The sound of a bristle hairbrush brushing hair. I shiver when I hear it. I have no idea why, must be part of the Asperger's or something. I have to use a brush with plastic tips.
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    12281This is what mine looks like.

    12281This is what mine looks like.
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    Is it just me, or does Nero have an incredibly...

    Is it just me, or does Nero have an incredibly punchable face?
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    I find it amazing I have Cheddar Man as a Deep...

    I find it amazing I have Cheddar Man as a Deep Dive match; I have a great-great-great-grandmother from the West Country, her and her mother from Wiltshire, her father from Bath not far from Cheddar. ...
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    I no longer post at Anthrogenica; the benefits...

    I no longer post at Anthrogenica; the benefits are far outweighed by the humorless Hindutva fanatics whose self-importance is topped only by their inferiority complexes, particularly at the...
  17. My father's dog Sultan would have had a wolf...

    My father's dog Sultan would have had a wolf paternal lineage; his paternal grandfather was a German shepherd-wolf dog with the wolf as the father, but sadly he died in 2013 before dog DNA tests...
  18. I think most of the Greek J2a is Neolithic in...

    I think most of the Greek J2a is Neolithic in origin and connected to the Minoan and early Helladic Civilizations and that I9041 is an assimilated native; the Proto-Greek people would have been J2b...
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    Wow, Folgers and Kellogg? I1 OWNS THE MORNING.

    Wow, Folgers and Kellogg? I1 OWNS THE MORNING.
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    Oh awesome you guys have someone other than...

    Oh awesome you guys have someone other than Thomas Jefferson!
  21. The French sacked your village, too? You want to...

    The French sacked your village, too? You want to know why there are so many German-Americans in the United States with roots from the Palatinate (such as myself and our President, among others)? ...
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    I have many ancestors from Port-Royal; my...

    I have many ancestors from Port-Royal; my great-great-grandfather (who, interestingly enough, was also R1b-L21, based on the Acadian yDNA project) Arthur Robishaw (original spelling Robichaud),...
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    I don't match Otzi-who kind of reminds me of my...

    I don't match Otzi-who kind of reminds me of my Dad-but I do match this guy! I had a great-great-great-great-grandfather born in Bath, not far from Cheddar in north-eastern Somersetshire, John Henry...
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    12135Whoops, didn't keep up with this thread...I guess better late than never.
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    My top Deep Dive match is Bronze Age Amesbury,...

    My top Deep Dive match is Bronze Age Amesbury, who lived not far from where my great-great-great-grandmother Louisa Selina Wilkins was born in Trowbridge in 1856.
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