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    Oh yes I forgot to add Erspamer since this line...

    Oh yes I forgot to add Erspamer since this line matches the Sardinian on YFull, correct? That makes him BY143483+. I shall add him and update the phylogeny.

    I see Blarer is CTS933+ but do we know...
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    12524 The predicted tree gives an estimate of...

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    The predicted tree gives an estimate of 3,000 ybp for BY143483 and also for SK1480
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    Yes I compiled the members of CTS54 and...

    Yes I compiled the members of CTS54 and downstream from the T group on FTDNA that had 37 or more markers tested. I also used info that you provided earlier here, thanks.
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    12523 Last part: the rest of Z19945 (not...

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    Last part: the rest of Z19945 (not including CTS1848) showing BY143483, the Ashkenazi group (PAGES00113) and the Brooks/Curtiss group
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    Sorry about the poor image quality. Trying to see...

    Sorry about the poor image quality. Trying to see how to share a higher resolution one.
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    I used SAPP (https://www.jdvsite.com) to create a...

    I used SAPP (https://www.jdvsite.com) to create a Y-STR tree of CTS11984/CTS54 to get an idea about origin and dispersal. I specified in my input the currently known positive and negative SNPs for...
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    Thanks that is interesting. So is the Erspamer...

    Thanks that is interesting.

    So is the Erspamer individual (#183663) positive for your same SNP SK1480? or BY143483?
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    @torzio, how do you know the ERS sample grouped...

    @torzio, how do you know the ERS sample grouped with you and the Pole (Bartosiak) is from Trentino/South Tyrol? It only lists Cagliari, Sardinia as its origin
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    No, it definitely is not Guanche or native Canary...

    No, it definitely is not Guanche or native Canary Islander. It was most definitely introduced via Spanish colonization of the islands.
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    Was recently able to trace my paternal line to...

    Was recently able to trace my paternal line to ~1700s in the Canary Islands, Spain. Updated my info on FTDNA. Based on oral histories and genealogies of other Fundora families, this was expected as...
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    Wow so very interesting. So the Bernot and...

    Wow so very interesting. So the Bernot and Vironet lines are linked somehow back to Gorizia, Italy?
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    12315 My SNP remains CTS1848. FTDNA shows the...

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    My SNP remains CTS1848. FTDNA shows the country breakdown as well as new downstream SNP groups.
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    My archaeogenetic results make sense given my...

    My archaeogenetic results make sense given my mostly Spanish (or Iberian) background. Cool that I share DNA with Ötzi the Iceman as well as two of the Skeleton Lake remains, including the T1a2 one....
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    I see another sample in your FTDNA T Project...

    I see another sample in your FTDNA T Project group for BY143483: N184890. No info listed for that kit. Could that be the Polish sample from Full?
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    @Salento to clarify, your paternal line was from...

    @Salento to clarify, your paternal line was from where again? Lecce, Italy?
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    I saw elsewhere on the forum that this sample was...

    I saw elsewhere on the forum that this sample was from the "Sardinia Study", does anyone know the paper or dataset the sample was reported?
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    @Alpenjager, what is the source that reports T1a3b among the Khans of Kalat as you have in this tree? Also, I had another question about T1a3-Y13279 reported for the Kangju DA125 sample - how was...
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    What is this ancient Sardo/Trentino sample you...

    What is this ancient Sardo/Trentino sample you speak of? Is it the Cagliari sample on Yfull #ERS256892?
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    Do you know the original surname of these Bernot...

    Do you know the original surname of these Bernot individuals whose line is from Gorizia?
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    @Torzio, how do you know Bernot was originally...

    @Torzio, how do you know Bernot was originally from Gorizia? I thought they were Belgians in the Spanish Netherlands that then went back to Spain with the army after the War of the Spanish...
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    I too saw that FTDNA T Group results now have...

    I too saw that FTDNA T Group results now have PAGES00113 as CTS8862+ Z19945+. In fact, when I checked my FTDNA results the haplotree now shows PAGES00113 as below CTS8862/CTS1848. Attaching a...
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    Great to see more Z19945 individuals are being...

    Great to see more Z19945 individuals are being identified. Is Wolf in the Y-DNA T group results page? I do not see him among us...
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    How did you do this? What calculator or site did...

    How did you do this? What calculator or site did you use?
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    Yes so this is significant as it actually...

    Yes so this is significant as it actually confirms that L446 and CTS933 were present in Europe at this time and based on CL23's matching to Bell Beaker people, the clades were involved in the...
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    Just realized this was discussed in the other T...

    Just realized this was discussed in the other T thread as well, interesting that other genetic comparisons and analyses showed him as more like a North Italian Bell Beaker.
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