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    There are many new L70 samples from Turkey in...

    There are many new L70 samples from Turkey in YFull, with old MRCA’s.

    https://yfull.com/tree/J-L70/
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    Eurogenes says (just trying to report, not giving...

    Eurogenes says (just trying to report, not giving or taking away validity) that a study should come out soon, showing Greek DNA from different ancient periods and the Middle Ages. Looking very...
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    None yet except for the one R1b sample shared by...

    None yet except for the one R1b sample shared by another Eupedia member in a video, that I posted above. It was also said some R1b was found in Mycenaeans.

    Eurogenes says some unpublished...
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    One R1b was found in Ambracia, in Classical...

    One R1b was found in Ambracia, in Classical Greece (unpublished result). On the mtDNA side, several haplogroup H samples were found, and one haplogroup W. It would not be surprising to find more R1b...
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    In terms of place names, some older Greeks were...

    In terms of place names, some older Greeks were calling their villages by their Turkish names, decades after they were officially changed and over a century after the Ottomans were gone. Perhaps...
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    What the Fallmerayer people would have to argue...

    What the Fallmerayer people would have to argue now is that nearly 100% of Anatolia Neolithic in modern Greeks is a proxy for ancient Greeks, brought by foreign invaders and settlers who...
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    It’s very interesting with Albanians, who have...

    It’s very interesting with Albanians, who have substantial EEF/Anatolia Neolithic ancestry and appear indigenous going back to ancient times. Ancient Greek historians said the Hellenes grew large and...
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    Sorry, but if I want to libel/slander you I would...

    Sorry, but if I want to libel/slander you I would make a direct accusation, not ask a question. I would have also said “is” conspiratorial instead of “sounds.” It’s not my intention. Peer reviewers...
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    Are you implying that peer reviewers are biased...

    Are you implying that peer reviewers are biased toward the Greek continuity theory and Lazaridis et al, in opposition to ethical and scientific principles? That sounds conspiratorial.
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    Thank you, that’s a good idea, to check other...

    Thank you, that’s a good idea, to check other blogs in hopes someone posted results. FTDNA has an L24 project with public results that I checked.
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    Unfortunately, the relative who tested for L70...

    Unfortunately, the relative who tested for L70 was not interested in further Y DNA analysis, only autosomal DNA and genealogical matches. I think Y DNA is very informative as far as older...
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    There has not been a deeper test, to my...

    There has not been a deeper test, to my knowledge, only the basal clade L70 found at 23andMe. I only recently started to learn about the branch and am grateful to those who can do deep dives and...
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    I find this interesting, as one of my...

    I find this interesting, as one of my great-grandfathers was J2a-L70 (Greece). Our subclade is unknown, unfortunately. YFull has several L70 samples in the south Balkans: Albania, Bulgaria and...
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    I don’t view it as negative either. There would...

    I don’t view it as negative either. There would be no modern Greece if not for many who were descended from Slavs, and Arvanites, who fought for Greece’s freedom against the Ottomans. I read that...
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    The current ancient Greek autosomal genetic...

    The current ancient Greek autosomal genetic “scorecard” has the Mycenaeans and a few Empuries samples (Classical and Hellenistic) that cluster with them, according to Lazaridis.

    Thanks to a...
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    Poll: Another man with a Jewish surname was found in...

    Another man with a Jewish surname was found in I-Y23115, the “Jewish” subbranch in Y18331. There are quite a number of males who are either confirmed or suspected to be in that group. As we know,...
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    This paper has become relevant to me because I...

    This paper has become relevant to me because I found out that one of my great grandfathers was J2a-L70. To my knowledge, the earliest sample of L70 was found in this paper, in late antiquity Rome. I...
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    Poll: Very nice. Looking very forward to the future...

    Very nice. Looking very forward to the future results and glad to see R1b in ancient Greece.

    I checked to see the genes of medieval Poles and saw one study, but it didn’t have an aDNA analysis...
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    Poll: The MRCA estimate dates are back up at YFull....

    The MRCA estimate dates are back up at YFull. They have Y18331 and its major subclades forming 2,200 years ago. Weren’t they supposed to shorten these dates? Accurate MRCA dates can point to which...
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    I agree, he has a look that is seen among Greeks....

    I agree, he has a look that is seen among Greeks. Most Greeks are not very close to Middle Easterners as far as I have seen, but there is a little overlap between the Aegean Turkish coast and...
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    The Tsakonians appear to be interesting. They are...

    The Tsakonians appear to be interesting. They are separated from the Peloponnesian cluster in the PC map, in which Deep Mani occupies the southern end. It is said or theorized somewhere that...
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    We may be able to make inferences from a few...

    We may be able to make inferences from a few other studies, including one with some of the same authors as this study (Neolithic maritime colonization of Europe). In the maritime study Peloponnesians...
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    Poll: Reasonably accurate MRCA estimates would help us...

    Reasonably accurate MRCA estimates would help us to better deduce which population brought Y18331 into Greece/south Balkans.

    Based on Y18331’s variance, it looks like the haplogroup has been in...
  24. Per FTDNA a new major CTS10228 subbranch was...

    Per FTDNA a new major CTS10228 subbranch was found: FT80992. The two samples in this subbranch are from Hungary and Germany. It looks like CTS10228 came from western locations prior to arriving in...
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    From a geographic and genetic standpoint there...

    From a geographic and genetic standpoint there appears to be a cline between Greek Macedonians in the north and Peloponnesians in the south, though there is overlap. The study to which the first...
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