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    Very sorry to hear this. I have read both her...

    Very sorry to hear this. I have read both her previous books, and look forward to her last.
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    https://rd.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12520-018...

    https://rd.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12520-018-0609-7 The Hungarian king Bela III has been tested to be R1a - maybe Z280 or M458?
  3. Thanks again.

    Thanks again.
  4. Have they found other archaic admixture in...

    Have they found other archaic admixture in Africans, that non-Africans don't have? Because they still haven't found any Neanderthal or Denisovan DNA in Africans?
  5. I definitely agree.

    I definitely agree.
  6. Yes, I will try the Anthrogenica forum. Thanks!

    Yes, I will try the Anthrogenica forum. Thanks!
  7. OK, thanks. I really haven't read the full...

    OK, thanks. I really haven't read the full Supplementary info before, only bits and pieces. If I had, I would have clearly seen that the Basal Eurasians were discussed.

    What made it so...
  8. Yes - the previous paper. This is from this...

    Yes - the previous paper. This is from this month, and seems to have something new, about a "basal Eurasian population".
  9. Ancient human genomes suggest three ancestral populations for present-day Europeans

    New article in "Nature"

    http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v513/n7518/full/nature13673.html

    "We sequenced the genomes of a ~7,000-year-old farmer from Germany and eight ~8,000-year-old...
  10. Sticky: My father's result: EEF 41,18706 ...

    My father's result:


    EEF
    41,18706


    WHG
    42,03763
  11. Sticky: My result, all Norwegian back to the middle of...

    My result, all Norwegian back to the middle of the 17. century, when I connect to a few Danes, Finns, Germans and Dutch:
    EEF: 42,57355725
    WHG: 40,99924797
    ANE: 16,42719478
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    I tried all the different calculators at...

    I tried all the different calculators at GEDmatch. Eurogenes was most in accordance with my myOrigins results at FTDNA for myself and two of my closest relatives. Dodecad was the least accurate,...
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    My result: North Sea 22,16 % Fennoscandian...

    My result:

    North Sea 22,16 %
    Fennoscandian 19,57 %
    North Atlantic 15,18 %
    East Central Euro 9,01 %
    Central Euro 7,71 %
    French 7,51 %
    Iberian 7,34 %
    North Caucasian 4,10 %
  14. Thread: FTDNA MyOrigins

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    To me, 1645 is "recent"! ;-) And it is within the...

    To me, 1645 is "recent"! ;-) And it is within the 500 years of 23andme.
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    Nope, he belonged to the "school" of Viennese...

    Nope, he belonged to the "school" of Viennese Classicism.
  16. Thread: FTDNA MyOrigins

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    Do you have any recent ancestors that you know of...

    Do you have any recent ancestors that you know of from these areas? If not, it seems also 23andme could go further back than 500 years? I haven't tested with them myself, so I can't compare.
  17. Thread: FTDNA MyOrigins

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    Thank you. I didn't think of paternal lines here,...

    Thank you. I didn't think of paternal lines here, though. I mentioned NC because I have a couple of known Forest Finns families among my ancestors in the 17. century. I have not any NC in myOrigins,...
  18. Thread: FTDNA MyOrigins

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    A 2nd cousin could be just that, but in my...

    A 2nd cousin could be just that, but in my experience my 2nd-4th cousin matches are often a few generations further back, due to multiple lines from one or a few common ancestors back in the 17. or...
  19. Since there are quite a few dark haired people in...

    Since there are quite a few dark haired people in the Scandinavian countries today, I presume many of these viking folks liked brunettes too! :-) More than sexual selection for specific traits, I...
  20. Thread: FTDNA MyOrigins

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    OK, if I understand this correctly: A certain %...

    OK, if I understand this correctly: A certain % of North Circumpolar might be an influence streching back to 10 000 years, but it could also be much more recent (depending on the known papertrail).
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    by Grubbe
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    I don't remember reading anything about "noise...

    I don't remember reading anything about "noise threshold" in myOrigins yet. You could try posting your question at the FTDNA forums, if you haven't already.
  22. Thread: FTDNA MyOrigins

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    Yes, I am pretty sure at least some of the...

    Yes, I am pretty sure at least some of the results must go back (far) more than 500 years.

    I forgot to mention in my previous post (#9) that of course the vikings brought back to Norway quite a...
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    At least the Forest Finns who came to Norway via...

    At least the Forest Finns who came to Norway via Sweden in the 17. century were overwhelmingly N1c, at least from FTDNA results so far. Most of them came from the northeastern part of Finland, I have...
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    Very interesting! Did any of you take the Family...

    Very interesting! Did any of you take the Family Finder test at FDNA? Their new myOrigins (earlier Population Finder) might reveal where the L came from.
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    Kings could get away with anything - because they...

    Kings could get away with anything - because they were kings. Other people had to behave, if they wanted to keep their head. Even so: Some monarchs were homosexuals, but others had lots of...
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