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    We split at I-L460, with your ancestors following...

    We split at I-L460, with your ancestors following P37 (M423/CTS137 > L161 > S2639 > L1498) and my ancestors following P214 (M223 > M284 > L126 > Y4751), about 21,000 ybp (19,000 bce), around the ...
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    Europe 100% Western Europe England, Wales,...

    Europe 100%
    Western Europe
    England, Wales, and Scotland 47%
    Scandinavian 21%
    Central Europe 20%
    Irish 13%

    That's 101% Western European! No Spain. No Italy. No Eastern European...
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    I assume you mean I-L126. That's upstream of...

    I assume you mean I-L126. That's upstream of Y4751, which is Isles Scot-Irish. I've got a YFull SNP match in Wales (Evans at Y4751 > BY19878/Y36135 > Y58294). There were cross-migrations between...
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    mtDNA: U2e1d Read that it is "rare". Maciamo...

    mtDNA: U2e1d

    Read that it is "rare". Maciamo has locations for U2e1c and U2e1e, but nothing on U2e1d:


    U2e1c : found in northern Europe / found in Late Neolithic France and in Bell Beaker...
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    Of course, when Reich talked about 90%...

    Of course, when Reich talked about 90% replacement, he was referring to Y-DNA lineages. The Bell Beakers were already admixed when they came into Britain, and became even more so from taking G2a...
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    Considering that the only true "Romans" would...

    Considering that the only true "Romans" would have been the officers, and not all of them, raises the question of where not just the "troops", but also the auxiliaries, artisans, and other support...
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    Poll: Big Y-700: I2a - Isles Sc-Ire branch M223 >...

    Big Y-700:

    I2a - Isles Sc-Ire branch

    M223 > M284 > L126 > S7753 > Y4751 > Y31615 > Y31616 (Terminal Haplogroup)
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    The Balkans, which was where many I2's hung out...

    The Balkans, which was where many I2's hung out during the Last Glacial Maximum.



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    https://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_I2_Y-DNA.shtml#I2a1b
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    I believe the Cruithne = Picts theory came from a...

    I believe the Cruithne = Picts theory came from a mythical first king of the Picts being named Cruithne. Note that this comes, not from the Picts, but from the Irish Book of Lecain, a miscellany of...
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    https://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_I2_Y-DNA...

    https://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_I2_Y-DNA.shtml#I2a1b



    I believe this was written some time ago. Have any Y-DNA samples from the Cucuteni-Trypillian culture been tested since? I...
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    Yes, I've confirmed with W. C. Hunter, the owner...

    Yes, I've confirmed with W. C. Hunter, the owner of the Hunter sample at Y130808, the following:

    1) "The Hunter Clan based in Hunterston Castle consisted of Normans who came in with William the...
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    Yeah, I've got all those: Ferguson(6),...

    Yeah, I've got all those: Ferguson(6), Gillespie(5), Hunter/Hunt(5), Hannah/Hanna/Hannas. Also, a McGregor.

    Jimmy Hanna & the Dynamics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKXFLmNYw1k

    I agree that...
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    I have a Big Y-700 match with a C. Kelly (G. Ó...

    I have a Big Y-700 match with a C. Kelly (G. Ó Ceallaigh): BY72262 (Y4751 > Y139612 > S24492 > BY72262).

    My surname (Callihan/Callahan/O'Callaghan) was linked in Blood of the Celts by Jean Manco...
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    I2a2a (2010) and I2a1b1 (2018) both refer to...

    I2a2a (2010) and I2a1b1 (2018) both refer to I-M223. The ISOGG naming convention has to be periodically updated to make room for new additions. When Maciamo wrote his I2 article, the 2010 convention...
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    Well worth doing. I originally did the Y-37 test,...

    Well worth doing. I originally did the Y-37 test, which predicted me as I2-M223, and came with 11 matches. When I got my Y-111 results (as part of Big Y-700), I was moved one-step down the tree (to...
  16. Thread: Big Y 700

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    Matches: Y-37: 11; Y-700: 116. Haplogroup:...

    Matches: Y-37: 11; Y-700: 116.
    Haplogroup: Y-37: I2-M223; Y-700: I2-M284 -> L126 -> Y4751 -> Y31616.

    Number of Y-700 matches is dependent on how many have tested from your downstream clades. I'm...
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    https://indo-european.eu/2019/09/yamnaya-replaced-...

    https://indo-european.eu/2019/09/yamnaya-replaced-europeans-but-admixed-heavily-as-they-spread-to-asia/

    If Yamnaya I2 examples are I-L704, then they are a branch off of I-CTS616:

    I-CTS616 ->...
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    I just recently got my Big Y-700 results (surname...

    I just recently got my Big Y-700 results (surname = Callihan) which confirmed I'm on the I2 Isles Scotland/Ireland line: L126 -> S7753 -> Y4751 -> BY48168 -> Y31616. I have a McEvoy as a match...
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    The main issue I have with Dr. Bowes' theory is...

    The main issue I have with Dr. Bowes' theory is that both the Irish Gaels and Scottish Gaels ("Scotti") spoke a Q-Celtic dialect, while the Brythons, Welsh, Manx, and possibly Picts spoke a P-Celtic...
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    It's an interesting hypothesis that has been...

    It's an interesting hypothesis that has been seriously put forward. The Suebi (Marcomanni/Quatti) were in SW Germany, east of the Rhine, from at least the 1st Century BC - the modern I2a2 hotspot...
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    Yes, still just a theory at this point. It is...

    Yes, still just a theory at this point. It is Maciamo's I2a2 map that I posted (and which can conceivably serve as a stand-in for I2a2a. or M223, since it makes up 90% of I2a2, according to Maciamo)....
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    Sorry for not responding sooner - haven't been...

    Sorry for not responding sooner - haven't been back for a while.

    We're both in the same bailywick - the I-M223 Y-DNA Haplogroup Project administraters at FamilyTreeDNA think I'll be somewhere in...
  23. Thread: The Picts

    by CrazyDonkey
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    County Down, where I-M223 was most concentrated,...

    County Down, where I-M223 was most concentrated, was not part of the official plantation.

    Blood of the Celts theorizes that the Cruithne came into Ireland before the use of surnames, based on...
  24. The problem is that I-M223 had to survive the...

    The problem is that I-M223 had to survive the Neolithic Revolution and the spread of pastoralism in Europe. Rather than assuming that WHG groups survived in place from the Mesolithic, when they were...
  25. Thread: The Picts

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    I-M223 (I2a1b1/I2a2a/I2b1) would seem to be a...

    I-M223 (I2a1b1/I2a2a/I2b1) would seem to be a British, but not an Irish, signal, in that it is generally present in Britain, but not Ireland, which would argue against it having come in with the Bell...
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