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    Reading the link, and regarding the name of...

    Reading the link, and regarding the name of county of 'Wiltshire' as coming from a people of the Wiltsaetas.

    It actually is believed to of came from, either the place/farm on the river Wylye, ie...
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    Just looked at my Update from 23 & Me. Today it...

    Just looked at my Update from 23 & Me. Today it now shows-

    European 99.9%
    Northwest European 98.6%
    British & Irish 71.1%
    French & German ...
  3. Thread: H1c3

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    looking at the 28 Sept 2019 YFull M tree update...

    looking at the 28 Sept 2019 YFull M tree update today. Mtdna Haplogroup - H1c3, has now been relisted, and reverted back to its earlier branch position, rather than its earlier and recent designation...
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    Hi Willer855, Thanks for the information. ...

    Hi Willer855,

    Thanks for the information.

    There was, and is, reference's that Indicates Y H2 P96, reached Sweden early, even during the Mesolithic, spreading to, and from there via SNP...
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    Delete post

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  6. Only just seen this today, re posts #14, & #29. ...

    Only just seen this today, re posts #14, & #29. Understanding DNA terminology is a definate learning process, and we all have to start at the beginning, whether we are chasing a masters, or not.
  7. Thread: H1c3

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    Update for H1c3. There has been many changes...

    Update for H1c3.

    There has been many changes on the Y Full M Tree quite recently, and Mtdna, 'H1c3' etc, was previously identified by A275G, and T8473C.

    These two SNP's are now only...
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    The point I was trying to make was about the...

    The point I was trying to make was about the artwork on the wheel headed shaft being typical Anglo Saxon.

    The art work on the torc is no doubt the same from Indo-european roots, and is not...
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    The Bronze age 'allowed' the manufacture of...

    The Bronze age 'allowed' the manufacture of Torc's, and a lot of differing cultures, and peoples used torc's since, using other material as well, Torcs were not just mainly used during the Celtic...
  10. They might well be, but I think there should be a...

    They might well be, but I think there should be a lot more, as it is a main seaway use, and there must also be some Viking Dna, added by the AngloNorman settlements, and later.

    It should not be...
  11. There was a Genetic survey of the Irish,...

    There was a Genetic survey of the Irish, published only a few years ago that indicated, that the modern people of Ireland show very little 'Viking DNA'.

    Despite the Viking established trade towns...
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    Although the patterns on the cross, are very...

    Although the patterns on the cross, are very different, most European Artwork of these early age's originate's, and stems from the Indo-European cultures, so you will see perceived similarities.
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    On the YFull M tree, H1c3b, was formerly ...

    On the YFull M tree, H1c3b, was formerly identified by Snp 'T16362C'.

    'T16362C', is now associated with a new Haplogroup under MtDNA 'V' Snp -G4580A, and its new subclade of MtDNA -'V2e'.
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    I give up.

    I give up.
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    Some of my post keeps dissappearing through...

    Some of my post keeps dissappearing through translation from French ??, I click show original, but some is still missing.? Why are these not written in English as they are supposedly requested to be.
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    The 'form' of the cross may be known today as the...

    The 'form' of the cross may be known today as the 'Celtic cross', but the decorative pattern used here, is typical 'Anglo-Saxon' ( Anglian ).

    The 'wheeled head' cross type designs are believed...
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    The cross patterns are typical Anglo Saxon.

    The cross patterns are typical Anglo Saxon.
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    Update today for YFull M Tree, Snp's, A257G,*...

    Update today for YFull M Tree, Snp's, A257G,* T8473C , are now under new modified subclade Mtdna 'H1c3b'. The two references listed under Mtdna H1c32 previously, are now under H1c3b.
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    Mtdna H1c3 was also removed, and replaced further...

    Mtdna H1c3 was also removed, and replaced further down the tree, under both defining SNPs , A257G,* T8473C, ( not sure where the * is meaning ) as a new subclade, 'H1c32'.

    The two identifying...
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    Poll: Think you need to see a doctor.

    Think you need to see a doctor.
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    Sounds Interesting, lets hope they can help you...

    Sounds Interesting, lets hope they can help you with a lack of information, as to wether Y H2, came here with Neolithic farmers, or earlier, good luck.
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    I cannot translate, or understand your post. Is...

    I cannot translate, or understand your post. Is it possible you could put it into English. thanks
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    Thanks Saw the Y H2, on the Pie...

    Thanks
    Saw the Y H2, on the Pie chart but not sure if the H2 section is relating to the P 96 subclade, or an earlier method, relating to Y H2, before the changes, post 2012.
  24. Thread: H1c3

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    Update, Looked on Y Full M Tree...

    Update,
    Looked on Y Full M Tree today, (H1c ) and under A275G,* T8473C, it is now showing Mtdna Haplogroup H1c32 as a new Subclade, which is also showing H-c1m2c23d11e, for the same...
  25. Thread: H1c3

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    Thanks, I came across the reference...

    Thanks,
    I came across the reference of A13933G which was H1c3b1, and is now referenced for, H-c1m2c23d11e5, on the YFull M Tree. I also saw a reference to, A302A!!!!!!!!! which...
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