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    Perhaps some support rather than nonsense would...

    Perhaps some support rather than nonsense would be warranted by you. Offer something or keep quiet. Iberia is clearly not the origination of DF27 based on the YSNP tree. Southern France would be...
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    (continued) Apparently I'm now exceeding my...

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    Apparently I'm now exceeding my quota for attachments......to be continued but the next three screenshots would have been more of the same, branches present in Iberia and Britain that...
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    New twist on DF27

    Now that some time has passed and the methodologies for Y-DNA analysis have become more advanced and commonplace, we need to revisit the idea of the origin on R1B-DF27.

    The old analysis from the...
  4. I've been working up a DF27 post to highlight the...

    I've been working up a DF27 post to highlight the timing of a large migration into Britain and Iberia of the same tribe. This doesn't surprise me as I think a coastal continuity from Iberia along the...
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    The POBI data was procured by LivingDNA so you...

    The POBI data was procured by LivingDNA so you may want to contact them. They have been refining their British subregion DNA estimates and may have the detail in which you're interested.

    Sent...
  6. H5a1 mtdna in Mongolia???? Hmm Sent from my...

    H5a1 mtdna in Mongolia???? Hmm

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  7. Also the only modern sample of F on YFull is in...

    Also the only modern sample of F on YFull is in China with a very old formation and tmrca.

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  8. There is one sample of IJ* in the world per the...

    There is one sample of IJ* in the world per the FTDNA tree (none on YFull).

    It's in Sri Lanka.

    A look at H distribution is also a clue. Besides H-P96 which came to Europe (tmrca 16,000), it's...
  9. I agree with the out of Asia model. I don't think...

    I agree with the out of Asia model. I don't think widespread replacement of humans from the east was probable. It's more probable that a small band of modern humans made it out of Africa and went to...
  10. Hi Angela, some comments here if you would...

    Hi Angela, some comments here if you would combine:

    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/39572-Neolith-DNA-reveal-distinct-ancient-HLA-allele-pool-and-population-transform-in-europ
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    Ancestry released a new ethnicity update this...

    Ancestry released a new ethnicity update this week. For typical white Americans I notice a trend of reporting higher Irish/Scottish than before. Example, raising me from 10% to 23%.

    I also...
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    This is from 25 males and 10 females.

    Supplementary table 1 where these will be shown isn't available yet. Any guesses as to the 9 types? Obviously the hunter/gather I2 and the farmer G2a should...
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    Chart of YDNA by Country

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    Hello and welcome to the forum. Here's a link to...

    Hello and welcome to the forum. Here's a link to Yfull for your branch:

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/I-Y6634/

    I see Italy, Scotland, Germany, and Russia.

    My guess is that any of the Germanic...
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    Very cool, once again showing mostly genetic...

    Very cool, once again showing mostly genetic continuity in a region. Aside from the neolithic and steppe events, most places in Europe were genetically stable.

    I saw some comments about Lombards...
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    Thanks, this is big news. ool009 is now the...

    Thanks, this is big news. ool009 is now the earliest sample of known I1 and categorized as Scandinavian Late Neolithic, found in south-central Sweden. This area of Sweden is also the location of the...
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    I'm not following why you think the DF29 sample...

    I'm not following why you think the DF29 sample above is associated with TRB.

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    Did this study get thrown out? Been awhile. ...

    Did this study get thrown out? Been awhile.

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    Maybe not emerging consensus about recent Z63 in...

    Maybe not emerging consensus about recent Z63 in Scandinavia but certainly plenty of anecdotal evidence.

    Here's a link about Rugians and Wends in England:
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    A total lack of I1-Z63. I'm in the Z63 research...

    A total lack of I1-Z63. I'm in the Z63 research group on FTDNA/FaceBook and I think the emerging consensus is that most of the Z63 in modern Scandinavia was due to more recent migrations.

    As for...
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    Good to confirm what we thought with more data. ...

    Good to confirm what we thought with more data.

    I bet the chances are good that Ros5 labeled IJ* will be pre-I1 if some experts analyzed the data.
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    Welcome to the club. Most Balkan I1 falls into...

    Welcome to the club. Most Balkan I1 falls into the Z63 or P109 groups.

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    It looks to me like a southern euro migration...

    It looks to me like a southern euro migration which formed the Philistine culture. This washed out into the Levantine pop after a few hundred years. Were they fleeing the destruction in southern...
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    I reviewed the Douglas and Hamilton projects....

    I reviewed the Douglas and Hamilton projects. Like any Scottish family name, they are peppered with different paternal lineages, dominated numerically by R1b.

    There is only one Douglas in the...
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