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  1. Could you send me the exact result as MTA tends...

    Could you send me the exact result as MTA tends to mislabel a lot of samples. I have seen North Italian matches to "Cisalpine Gauls" who in fact dated from the Dark Ages.
  2. Ghazan Khan is a paternal descendant of Genghis...

    Ghazan Khan is a paternal descendant of Genghis Khan. That would mean that Genghis Khan was O2. Other studies based on presumed descendants came to different conclusions. Wen et al. (2019) tested...
  3. If E-V65 was present in Lebanon during the...

    If E-V65 was present in Lebanon during the Phoenician period then it could obviously have been among the lineages that settled in Carthage. But E-V65 is most common in Libya, which wasn't Phoenician,...
  4. The Indo-Europeans didn't emerge as an ethnic...

    The Indo-Europeans didn't emerge as an ethnic group until about 5500 years ago. But they didn't appear out of nowhere. They were a merger of populations and their ancestors included...
  5. It seems reasonable to consider that a genetic...

    It seems reasonable to consider that a genetic distance up to 5 means that the two populations are the same ethnic group. Here are the modern populations that possess such ancient matches.

    - Irish...
  6. I suppose you meant a migration to the...

    I suppose you meant a migration to the Caucasus/Zagros since the European samples are much older.
  7. U2e1b originate in Northeast Europe during the...

    U2e1b originate in Northeast Europe during the Mesolithic. As mentioned above, it was found in Mesolithic Sweden, Estonia and Latvia, as well as in Neolithic Ukraine, where it was later absorbed by...
  8. [/CENTER] Thanks. Since your ancestry is from...

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    Thanks. Since your ancestry is from French/Belgian Flanders I am going to list you among Belgians. In fact your data fits completely within the Belgian range.
  9. Stonehenge was part of the Megalithic culture of...

    Stonehenge was part of the Megalithic culture of Atlantic Europe, which was developed by Neolithic farmers (and some contemporary Mesolithic HG in the British Isles before they adopted farming...
  10. Excellent! Now we can work with something. ...

    Excellent! Now we can work with something.

    R1a-F17329 (aka YP1505) is a subclade of Z93 that formed around 4000 years ago. It seems to be found chiefly in the Altay region. The FTDNA R1a project...
  11. Things are started to take shape. I wish I had...

    Things are started to take shape. I wish I had more participants from Portugal, the Netherlands, Wales, Scandinavia, Poland, Czechia, Slovakia, Hungary...

    Here is what we have learned from the...
  12. Without knowing the deep clade, R1a-M417 and...

    Without knowing the deep clade, R1a-M417 and R1b-M269 could have come from almost anywhere: straight from the Steppe, from the Balkans, from Central Asia, from Iran...

    Fortunately we have other...
  13. I have simplified the 'rules'. I will just sort...

    I have simplified the 'rules'. I will just sort the relevant data myself.

    Feel free to share your top matches by PM if you do not wish to post them publicly. I will only use your GD score (if...
  14. The article is only for subscribers. Do they...

    The article is only for subscribers. Do they mention which HLA types are more common in the North vs South?
  15. The 24 samples tested are from the...

    The 24 samples tested are from the Periam-Pecica/Mureş culture, which covered northern Serbia, southeastern Hungary and western Romania. It is contemporary with the late Bell Beaker phenomenon and...
  16. So the Neanderthal variant increases fertility...

    So the Neanderthal variant increases fertility but also risk for endometrial ovarian cancer...
  17. MyTrueAncestry - closest modern countries to ancient ethnicities

    This thread is dedicated to comparing the the closest results of people from various European countries and regions to specific ancient archaeological cultures (e.g. Corded Ware, Unetice, Nordic...
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    Big Five is also one a scale from 0 to 100....

    Big Five is also one a scale from 0 to 100. Anyway I am attributing character traits to culture here, so there is no test or bell curve.
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    没问题。 请用中文解释。

    没问题。 请用中文解释。
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    I ran 13 Belgian samples and none of them got...

    I ran 13 Belgian samples and none of them got Belgae in their top populations! Most get the Franks, Saxons or even Danish Vikings and Visigoths. Three have Celts and Gauls, but no Belgae. Very odd as...
  21. E-V65 is a North African lineage found from Egypt...

    E-V65 is a North African lineage found from Egypt to Morocco. It is also found in Palestine, Lebanon, Greece, southern Italy, Sicily and Sardinia. Considering that the Levant was under Egyptian rule...
  22. It is the same paper as here...

    It is the same paper as here.
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    The American financier and banker J.-P .Morgan...

    The American financier and banker J.-P .Morgan (1837-1913) descended from Sargent Miles Morgan who migrated from Wales to Massachusetts. This places him in Group 23 in the Morgan Surname Y-DNA...
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    Ernest Hemingway...

    Ernest Hemingway, Nobel Prize of Literature in 1954, was a descendant of Ralph Hemingway who emigrated from England to Boston, MA. As such he must have belonged to...
  25. Just look at the haplogroups from this study. The...

    Just look at the haplogroups from this study. The migrants were primarily J1, with minorities of E1b1b, J2, T1a and only one R1b. That blend looks almost stereotypically Semitic.

    Btw, the map you...
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