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    So what population do you think brought your L...

    So what population do you think brought your L into the SouthEast of England
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    Venice is around 10% and also has one the highest...

    Venice is around 10% and also has one the highest frequencies in Europe in most of Europe its is between 0-5%
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    I would guess you most likely got your L from...

    I would guess you most likely got your L from Neolithic Farmers from Antolia and the Causcas. haplogroup L is acutually most common in Far Northern Italy Espically in Trentino and in one study from...
  4. So if we look Paternal haplogroups in europe...

    So if we look Paternal haplogroups in europe during the neolitic which would we associate with herding, crop farming, hunter gatherers, ranching, nomadic or sedantary farmers, poultry, and fishing....
  5. I have a theory for this it seems that the G2a...

    I have a theory for this it seems that the G2a were mostly crop farmers and did not have cattle Otzi the iceman was lactose intolerant and had no traces of dairy products. so G2a built their farms...
  6. The C1a2 people in the paleolitic likely carried...

    The C1a2 people in the paleolitic likely carried more useful neaderthal DNA and probably just more Neaderthal dna in general because they had lived during in the ice age ones c1a2 without helpful...
  7. I’ve studying haplogroup for some time and it...

    I’ve studying haplogroup for some time and it seems like in the Paleo Meso era R1b was mostly located in Eastern Europe and Siberia Stretched West until the Alpine region and East to the Altai...
  8. Poll: Stop appropriating my haplogroup

    Stop appropriating my haplogroup
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