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    In the groups relevant for me the surnames are...

    In the groups relevant for me the surnames are just representatives of the regional ethnic group, not necessarily my family tree. The names listed are just the most common names of the whole cluster,...
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    My current knowledge and intepretation goes like...

    My current knowledge and intepretation goes like that:
    Daco-Thracian is an independent Indoeuropean branch, but its closest relative on the tree is Balto-Slavic. I also think that one likely...
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    Do you know whether he is German or Ashkenazi...

    Do you know whether he is German or Ashkenazi Jewish? Its a fairly common normal name in Germany, but appears also quite frequently among Jewish people:
    https://forebears.io/surnames/redlich
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    Its not like that, because the path prediction...

    Its not like that, because the path prediction provided is just a rough estimate. There are two things to consider: Without ancient DNA, it remains speculative, and secondly, for most SNP's many...
  5. Its true that that levels were still rising up...

    Its true that that levels were still rising up until modernity, with a possible peak in Iron Age to Medieval times. It is, from my point of view, easy to explain, as the commoners in the North...
  6. You are right, but what's for sure is that the...

    You are right, but what's for sure is that the people had to start to dring milk unprocessed at some point, because otherwise the selection for lactase persistence would make no sense. The population...
  7. Not just German, but also other Western European...

    Not just German, but also other Western European and especially Slavic people settled in the Hungarian kingdom. Additionally, a large portion of the Hungarians were practically annihilated in a...
  8. You have to look at Sintashta from another...

    You have to look at Sintashta from another perspective, namely that of their cultural innovations, and I say the chances are low that some forest steppe, Northern Corded Ware groups developed that...
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    Its the latter. There is no exact percentage, so...

    Its the latter. There is no exact percentage, so what "substantial" means is up to every reader I guess. They won't come up with a too exact estimation anyway, because the resolution seems to be to...
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    We can't say where the original centre was, but...

    We can't say where the original centre was, but we can say where they had to be about 30.000 years ago. They had to be in the Levante and especially Southern Arabia. Now I'd say they were there all...
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    There is also no older E in Africa other than...

    There is also no older E in Africa other than from the IBM's which were a proven back migration. We have no knowledge of where they were sitting before, we can only limit the options with North East...
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    Well, seems its real in your case. 1809 is not...

    Well, seems its real in your case. 1809 is not that far away, with an ancestor born between 1810-30 probably being half-German, that's significant and could come close to the 3 percent interestingly....
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    The issue I think that the main body of ANA split...

    The issue I think that the main body of ANA split very early from Basal Eurasian in a back migration or at least expansion into the rest of North and East Africa, either from the Levante-Near East or...
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    I score higher Neandertal, on 23andme, than much...

    I score higher Neandertal, on 23andme, than much more Northern people than me though.



    We would like to know, but it isn't for sure yet. For sure is however that most of todays Indian...
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    My Neandertal is, at least according to 23andme,...

    My Neandertal is, at least according to 23andme, above average.

    Concerning ANA vs. BEA and haplogroup E, nobody really knows, but I'd say that both were at some point predominated by haplogroup E...
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    Wouldn't say so. Isn't the estimate of higher...

    Wouldn't say so. Isn't the estimate of higher Basal Eurasian mostly based on the insecure estimatation of Neandertal ancestry? And no yDNA retrieved, not that it could be decisive without larger...
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    Most likely its not real, but represents just old...

    Most likely its not real, but represents just old similarity. However, if its real, you should have actual, higher matches from the North. Probably not on 23andme, because they are very American, but...
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    Romanians have strong Balkan and Roman...

    Romanians have strong Balkan and Roman influences, also strong Slavic ones and minor, but significant, more recent ones from various steppe people, Hungarians, Germans, Serbs and Bulgarians among...
  19. 23andme is much more solid about its ancestral...

    23andme is much more solid about its ancestral proportions and provides basic yDNA and mtDNA analysis as well. It has not too much European customers, but the data base for matches was for me even...
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    Going by the current mutation rate estimates yes....

    Going by the current mutation rate estimates yes. Even on the contrary, some studies claim that Neandertal haplogroups were replaced by H.s. related long before Neandertals were finally replaced by...
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    It might be helpful to read up on the Dacian...

    It might be helpful to read up on the Dacian wars. That was one of the most brutal, most extensive campaigns and conquests in all of Roman history. You don't hear about the Dacians that much in later...
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    Even and especially Iberia was heavily influenced...

    Even and especially Iberia was heavily influenced by early Roman settlers of mostly Latin background. One just has to read Caesars Civil War and check for the colonies to be sure about that.
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    Contrary to MyHeritage, 23andme has almost no...

    Contrary to MyHeritage, 23andme has almost no European residents in its data base for me. Most matches are Americans which claimed grandparents in the regions. Look for me, none of the matches in...
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    23andme does just weighting your matches with its...

    23andme does just weighting your matches with its algorithm for people which gave the location of their grandparents. This means if there are no matches for your in a region which gave away the...
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    You can find German results here, I made a thread...

    You can find German results here, I made a thread about it on Anthrogenica:
    https://anthrogenica.com/showthread.php?21950-Any-German-Results-from-AncestryDNA-for-Comparison

    Some admixture being...
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