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    Great Map, Maciamo. Genetic distribution never...

    Great Map, Maciamo. Genetic distribution never ceases to surprise me. I had always assumed the Germanic component of modern-day France would have had a North to South tapering rather than an East to...
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    :laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing:...

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    Maciamo, PLEASE make an admixture map of Europe based upon the "sardine" component!! :laughing::laughing:
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    Well, while it's not exactly common it's by no...

    Well, while it's not exactly common it's by no means surprising. Haplogroups aren't strictly limited by national boundaries.
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    I don't mind the discussion/theory of associating...

    I don't mind the discussion/theory of associating certain traits to certain haplogroups but PLEASE be careful while doing so guys. I very much enjoy the fascinating field of genetic ancestry and I...
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    Thank you sir, very helpful!

    Thank you sir, very helpful!
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    Sparkey, do you happen to know which...

    Sparkey, do you happen to know which tribes/worshiping populations were associated with each particular variant? I've had trouble finding information on the subject. For instance, I've read that The...
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    Do you believe this theory also applies to other...

    Do you believe this theory also applies to other variants such as Wuotan/Wotan/Wodin/etc..?
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    I hate to get too far ahead as this is all still...

    I hate to get too far ahead as this is all still speculative, but are there any subclades that so far seem to be linked to the Visigoths, Burgundians, and Normans? I understand quite well that none...
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    Maciamo, I'm FAR from an expert but these were my...

    Maciamo, I'm FAR from an expert but these were my exact thoughts, and as a matter of fact the "Frankish Connection" was going to be a follow question to my first. I came across a map of people who...
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    Great update. I have a question for Maciamo...

    Great update.

    I have a question for Maciamo and/or Sparkey:

    Is the I1a3 sublcade and it's offshoots part of the older "Anglo-Saxon generic" grouping? I apologize if my question is poorly...
  11. Can Maciamo or someone else knowledgable in the...

    Can Maciamo or someone else knowledgable in the subject please elaborate on this as I'm greatly interested. What do we know about the various haplogroups' influence on testoterone levels so far?
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    Very interesting, thank you sir!

    Very interesting, thank you sir!
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    I always figured the surname "Chamberlain" would...

    I always figured the surname "Chamberlain" would be a shared one between the two. Everyone tells me it's English in origin but it looks and sounds so French. I can only assume it's of Norman origin?
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    I was pretty impressed by the accuracy of...

    I was pretty impressed by the accuracy of McDonald's analysis in my case.

    "Most likely fit is 81.4% (+- 13.3%) Europe (all Western Europe)
    and 18.6% (+- 13.3%) Europe (various subcontinents)...
  15. Good read. Very interesting group of...

    Good read.




    Very interesting group of questions. I'd be interested in reading theories on this.
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    Are there any versions of Euro-DNA-Calc that are...

    Are there any versions of Euro-DNA-Calc that are more in-depth than just NW European SE European and Ashkenazi?
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    Haha, as soon as I saw the name of the test...

    Haha, as soon as I saw the name of the test developer I thought the same thing.
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    Cool find Mzungu! I wouldn't put much into the...

    Cool find Mzungu! I wouldn't put much into the results but it definitely seems like fun. I'm just wondering how hard of a time Aquiline-beaked fellows like myself are going to have accurately...
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    Any estimate on how significant the Roman...

    Any estimate on how significant the Roman contribution was? I'm guessing they made a greater cultural/linguistic impact than a genetic one? Would the genetic contribution have been the smallest out...
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    R1b1b2a1b4. Wow, I can't believe how deep R is...

    R1b1b2a1b4. Wow, I can't believe how deep R is sublcaded while I'm still stuck with a stupid asterisk next to my haplogroup. :laughing:
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    French Ethnicity

    I find the history of this nation to be fascinating but I'll try and keep this short. We all know that the people who inhabit modern-day France are quite culturally and ethnically diverse. In regards...
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    Predictor shows (I-M253-T2 =>28%) (I-M253-T13...

    Predictor shows (I-M253-T2 =>28%) (I-M253-T13 =>28%) (I-M253-ASgen =>25%) as highest percentages. I thought thought these subclades were simply named I1a, I1b, I1c, etc... In other words I'm not...
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    Thank you for the help Sparkey. I apologize for...

    Thank you for the help Sparkey. I apologize for the misspelling and accidental scrolling (not sure how that happened). I will run the predictor and see what comes up. Out of curiosity, do you happen...
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    Do you know if most physically descriptive traits...

    Do you know if most physically descriptive traits are incorporated?
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    Haplogroup I1*

    My 23andme results list me as Haplogroup I1*. At first I didn't even notice the asterisk and didn't think it had any significant meaning but apparently it's something different than I1? Can anyone...
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