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    Good work, adamo! I'm no expert on Y-DNA so I...

    Good work, adamo! I'm no expert on Y-DNA so I found this quite enlightening. Looking forward to your thread about Eve. Can someone tell me where I can find Maciamo's maps?
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    Well, as some of you may know that I'm a fan of...

    Well, as some of you may know that I'm a fan of rare haplogroups. Not very much is known about them. Correct me if I'm wrong but this MtDNA seems to have similar distribution to Y-DNA haplogroups...
  3. Thread: U5b1

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    How common is U5a worldwide? I don't understand...

    How common is U5a worldwide? I don't understand percentages, I'm very bad at maths.
  4. So Louis XVI did indeed belong to a rare...

    So Louis XVI did indeed belong to a rare haplogroup. N1a, N1b, N1e and I (Iris) are, I believe, related all being descendants of haplogroup N1.
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    I got the names from Bryan Sykes, Stephen...

    I got the names from Bryan Sykes, Stephen Oppenheimer and haplogroups I and W websites. I posted the links at the bottom.
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    Maciamo, please feel free to add at least some of...

    Maciamo, please feel free to add at least some of the royalty that I was hoping you'd one day add to your wonderful list and it makes it easier for everyone to observe.
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    Also the Bourbon kings of Spain had and have G2a3...

    Also the Bourbon kings of Spain had and have G2a3 (Y-DNA). Philip V of Spain was the grandson of Louis XIV of France.

    Philip V of Spain (1683 – 1746)
    Louis I of Spain (1707 – 1724)
    Ferdinand VI...
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    I thought MtDNA haplogroups I, N1, U, W and X...

    I thought MtDNA haplogroups I, N1, U, W and X were in Europe since the Old Stone Age and that J (Jasmine) and T (Tara) came to Europe in the Neolithic, introducing farming? I'm guessing that H, V...
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    Z is a mongoloid haplogroup. I wonder if Adelaide...

    Z is a mongoloid haplogroup. I wonder if Adelaide of Mochental was of Saami descent.

    I also wonder if Anne of Cleves, fourth wife of Henry VIII of England, was of mongoloid descent too, because...
  10. Thread: The Laz

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    Wow! A good mixture. I always thought Lazuri and...

    Wow! A good mixture. I always thought Lazuri and Georgian people resembled Semitic and Celtic people. No wonder they're good looking.
  11. Is testosterone inherited by one's father or is...

    Is testosterone inherited by one's father or is it autosomal? can it be guessed by which Y-DNA haplogroups why some men are more hairy than others whereas some lack body lack hair?
  12. Thread: The Laz

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    I don't know if you've seen this or not but I...

    I don't know if you've seen this or not but I found another interesting link on Armenian haplogroups:

    http://www.familytreedna.com/public/armeniadnaproject/default.aspx?section=results

    Do you...
  13. Well, I'm not only talking about the first...

    Well, I'm not only talking about the first humans. There have been Sub Saharan African ancestors among Eurasians only a few hundred years ago.

    Here's an interesting link
    ...
  14. Thread: The Laz

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    Looking forward to it. Why no MtDNA?

    Looking forward to it. Why no MtDNA?
  15. I will take your theory into account because it's...

    I will take your theory into account because it's seems logical and I do like to keep an open mind to everyone's theories as long as it doesn't lead to discrimination against other human beings....
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    Welcome, stevemillard66 Have you seen these...

    Welcome, stevemillard66

    Have you seen these websites?

    http://www.thecid.com/

    http://www.mitosearch.org/haplosearch_results.asp?uid=&haplo=W&region=&submit=Search
  17. Thread: The Laz

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    I found another interesting link about Georgian...

    I found another interesting link about Georgian genetics:

    http://www.khazaria.com/genetics/georgians.html
  18. It's very much a possibility, whether you like it...

    It's very much a possibility, whether you like it or not. We all have African ancestors and all our autosomal genes get reshuffled from generation to generation. Surely some genes can survive. And...
  19. The gender of one's offspring depends on the...

    The gender of one's offspring depends on the father not the mother, regardless of her strength of character, MtDNA or X chromosome. Remember that men produce sperm that carry Y and X chromosomes....
  20. Thread: The Laz

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    "Of course"? Well, both are and would be...

    "Of course"? Well, both are and would be fascinatingly surprising. :)
  21. I agree. He does look of mixed race descent. He...

    I agree. He does look of mixed race descent. He has a deep voice.

    But then all Eurasians who have at least Y-DNA haplogroups A, B, and E and MtDNA L anywhere in there ancestry autosomally or not...
  22. That is a rather biased theory coming from a ...

    That is a rather biased theory coming from a scientist. Bryan Sykes' was also a bit biased with his "The Seven Daughters of Eve" (he, himself belonging to one of the major haplogroups - Tara)....
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    I believe Madonna has been possibly reading this...

    I believe Madonna has been possibly reading this forum or maybe other DNA forums because she has named her tour MDNA and according to Bella magazine:


    BELLA MAGAZINE
  24. Why would you have an "irrational fear" about...

    Why would you have an "irrational fear" about that? exotic and rare haplogroups are interesting.
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    Wow, another rare haplogroup! They are my...

    Wow, another rare haplogroup! They are my favourites.



    M, N and R aren't rare as a whole worldwide , it depends on their branches (subclades) like for example, N1a or R0a, etc. I, W and X...
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