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  1. I was referring to categorization, as such, not...

    I was referring to categorization, as such, not racial categories, having instinctual roots. Jeesh.

    Implying that someone is racist because they're not entirely agreeing with you...nice.
  2. But is that all they are? Being able to identify...

    But is that all they are? Being able to identify and recall threats (from predators, for instance) can be a key to survival. Certainly being able to draw apt distinctions is a benefit, although what...
  3. "Race" is simply a category. Are categories real...

    "Race" is simply a category. Are categories real or invented? I would argue that categorization is simply a tool for sorting (and, hopefully, making sense) of data.

    Resolving everything down to an...
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    Hey Lindesu, Sorry that I missed your post...

    Hey Lindesu,

    Sorry that I missed your post earlier. The project is predicting that you'll fall in BD-Roots 811 -2.2- M223>...>Z2054>BY1032>Y7243* (Group 2b). The Isles and Roots clades split from...
  5. I2a1b1a2b1 = I2a-L801. ...

    I2a1b1a2b1 = I2a-L801.

    https://www.genetichomeland.com/welcome/dnamarkerindex.asp?snp=L801&chromosome=Y

    https://discover.familytreedna.com/y-dna/I-L801/ancient
  6. Thread: The Picts

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    Qruithin (Q-Celtic) = Pritane (P-Celtic) =...

    Qruithin (Q-Celtic) = Pritane (P-Celtic) = Britania (Latin)
  7. "In the first expansive period, from 2500 BC to...

    "In the first expansive period, from 2500 BC to about 2000 BC, L21 and its subclades were founded, split and expanded throughout the Atlantic Beaker range. Sometime later in the middle Bronze a...
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    Primarily Y-DNA I2a, which goes back to WHG (and...

    Primarily Y-DNA I2a, which goes back to WHG (and the Epigravettian Refugium), but with a significant EEF admixture. My interest is primarily historical - Y-DNA can help to track migrations, but is a...
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    My U2e1d mtDNA haplogroup: Mary (nee Mann)...

    My U2e1d mtDNA haplogroup: Mary (nee Mann) Parnell (1790-1871) was born in (Mendon?) Massachusetts. William Mann (1607-1662) is listed as a settler from England in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
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    I-P214, according to FTDNA's Discover Tool,...

    I-P214, according to FTDNA's Discover Tool, "represents a man who is estimated to have been born around 17,000 years ago...about 15,000 BCE with a 95% probability he was born between 16,993 and...
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    You are in the same branch as the administrator...

    You are in the same branch as the administrator of the M223 Haplogroup Project, who is also from Australia. I think the surname likely came to Ireland (south Armagh?) from Scotland as part of the...
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    13401 Note the Kurdistan "warm" spot.

    13401

    Note the Kurdistan "warm" spot.
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    The "Imperial Rome" samples look to be light on...

    The "Imperial Rome" samples look to be light on the "Yamnaya", lacking in "Remedello" entirely, but heavy on the "Anatolian BA", possibly due to drawing in people from the east. The "Etruscan"...
  14. Buñuel on Transubstantiation (The Milky Way): ...

    Buñuel on Transubstantiation (The Milky Way):



    https://dokumen.pub/religion-and-spanish-film-luis-buuel-the-franco-era-and-contemporary-directors.html

    In other words, an absurd theatre for...
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    Yeah, Y-DNA is a different animal. There is no...

    Yeah, Y-DNA is a different animal. There is no recombination or admixture, but rather a string of mutations (SNPs), occurring on a semi-regular basis along a single timeline, that are passed down...
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    More likely in the Balkans, then likely spread...

    More likely in the Balkans, then likely spread east to Ukraine and west to Italy. Your guys look to have taken the Grand Tour - going east, then west., then north, then south... At least you weren't...
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    Splits (FTDNA Haplotree): M223 > P222 > CTS616...

    Splits (FTDNA Haplotree):

    M223 > P222 > CTS616 >
    1) CTS10057 (1,047 branches) - your branch to A427, etc.
    2) FGC15071 (589 branches) - my branch to M284, L126, Isles Scot/Ire, etc.

    CTS10057...
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    17K years ago, we would still have been in the...

    17K years ago, we would still have been in the Epigravettian Refugium (encompassing the Balkans, Italy, etc.).

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0277379121003942
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    There are a bunch of samples with...

    There are a bunch of samples with Stewart/Steward/Stuart surnames at A427>S23897>S23612>Y5362>Y5360>Y5369. The surname came from Walter fitz Alan, a Norman noble who was the High Steward of Scotland...
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    My current thinking is that the Isles Scot-Ire...

    My current thinking is that the Isles Scot-Ire clade goes back to a remnant pre-Celtic population that survived the Bell Beakers in a refugium in the Western Isles, dating back to the...
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    You're in the Basics Pioneer group:...

    You're in the Basics Pioneer group: M223>P222>Y6098*, S20825*. See: https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/m223-y-clan/about/results

    Many samples in that area of the tree trace back to Spain and...
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    I have a very "Irish" surname (although I am only...

    I have a very "Irish" surname (although I am only 13% Irish on the Autosomal), but have a lot of "Scottish" Big Y matches, including Islanders, Highlanders, Lowlanders, and Border Reivers. So, when I...
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    Yes, the main reason to do FTDNA's Autosomal and...

    Yes, the main reason to do FTDNA's Autosomal and mtDNA tests is to find matches among FTDNA's database of testers. I didn't find them to be particularly helpful. YDNA is FTDNA's strong suit.

    You...
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    The Big Y-700 is a stand-alone test. It is...

    The Big Y-700 is a stand-alone test. It is entirely separate from and won't add anything to your Autosomal or mtDNA results. It is currently on sale for $379 (reg. $449, so a $70 saving) through...
  25. Thread: U2e1d?

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    U2e1d?

    Maciamo calls U2 "rare" and "ancient", with low numbers spread thinly across Europe, with ancient samples dating back to the Cro-Magnons, etc.

    U2e is "found in most of Europe and Central Asia /...
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