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    It's my belief that EVERYTHING comes from...

    It's my belief that EVERYTHING comes from SOMETHING, there is no such thing as INDIGENOUS. (Sorry I don't read Italian so I could not read the whole article in that link. Google translate only gets...
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    @ Angela: Thanks. Can you summarize? In essence,...

    @ Angela: Thanks. Can you summarize? In essence, it this?
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    Very interesting, mtDNA study... relates to the...

    Very interesting, mtDNA study... relates to the Tuscan Y-DNA J1 (J-M267) question that began this whole thread!

    Etruscan origins study reveals migration from Armenian Highlands
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    Thanks, that sounds like a good idea. I have been...

    Thanks, that sounds like a good idea. I have been spending all my spare time following up with 23andMe info for a few months and I have a lot more to learn.
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    IS that true of Y-DNA which is directly inherited...

    IS that true of Y-DNA which is directly inherited via the paternal line?
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    http://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_J1_Y-DNA....

    http://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_J1_Y-DNA.shtml

    Can anyone tell me why no J-M267 on that page? (J1 = J-M267, yes?)

    Noob here, is there any better place to discuss this question?

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  7. In Pistoia, central-north Tuscany, 1 out of 13...

    In Pistoia, central-north Tuscany, 1 out of 13 samples are J1e (7.5%).


    My grandparents came from a tiny village (near Lucca and Pisa) within 50 KM of Pistoia,
    and in PISTOIA my surname is...
  8. Thanks for the replies. I don't yet have enough...

    Thanks for the replies. I don't yet have enough credits to award any clout.

    I am a little confused by the old notation J* and wonder, is it obsolete?

    In Computer Science (database notation)...
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    I am finding it interesting how much discussion...

    I am finding it interesting how much discussion has ensued from J1-and-Northern-Italy-(Tuscany) with over 150 posts now.
  10. Where in Boattini does this come from? ...

    Where in Boattini does this come from?



    In Central Tuscany, 3 out of 41 samples were J1 (7%).
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    As the 100th post, let me say thanks for the...

    As the 100th post, let me say thanks for the lively and interesting discussions here!
  12. 23andMe: 2.8% Neanderthal; 99.8% European. ...

    23andMe: 2.8% Neanderthal; 99.8% European.

    Paternal grandparents from Italy (Pisa/Lucca) emigrated to California early 1900s.

    Maternal grandparents, Northern European. All over the map. Many...
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    Thanks. I will try that. Thanks again to everyone...

    Thanks. I will try that. Thanks again to everyone for your additions above.
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    Thanks for all the good tips. The links that Sile...

    Thanks for all the good tips. The links that Sile posted were very interesting to me.

    Here is the complete info provided on Y-DNA by 23andMe...

    My 23andme Results Y-DNA 20150414 .txt
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    From 23andMe I got paternal J1 rs9341313 (M267)...

    From 23andMe I got paternal J1 rs9341313 (M267) and maternal H3 (Northern European)

    Using the site dna. jameslick. com

    Maternal:
    mtDNA H3 and H3af and H3b(G16129A).
  16. I have only used 23andMe and I am very satisfied....

    I have only used 23andMe and I am very satisfied. There are many others, but I think with nearly a million kits now sold, 23andMe gives very good results.

    23andMe found over 50 potential 3rd,...
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    J1 and Northern Italy (Tuscany)

    Hello Eupedia, this is my 1st post. I found this forum by searching Google for info on my:

    Northern Italian (Tuscan) Paternal J1 haplogroup.


    Any helpful hints?

    My father, paternal...
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