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  1. Sorry, I was just thinking on two streams at...

    Sorry, I was just thinking on two streams at once. If it was a native line, it would be YP417, but if not, YP263 would be the best Swedish candidate for it.
  2. If I were to wager, I would say Izyaslav...

    If I were to wager, I would say Izyaslav Ingvarovich is YP417, the most common Eastern Slavic subclade of L1029. Izyaslav was descended from Vladimir II Monomakh, husband of Gytha of Wessex and...
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    Whoa, VK139 J1c3k Male R1a1a1b1a1a1c1 ...

    Whoa,

    VK139
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    That's L1029, a subclade of M458! I am also L1029 and mtdna J1c! Could this now be the earliest sample of M458?
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    Hey, Visigoth Girona is one of my closest...

    Hey, Visigoth Girona is one of my closest matches...but I am R1a, as was a number of Visigoths, given it is common in Scandinavia where they originated and in what is now Poland, where they lived for...
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    I got Iceland Vikings included in my most similar...

    I got Iceland Vikings included in my most similar in the latest update. BJORK BJORK BJORK! Closest is still Visigoth and Frank mix, though.
  6. Thread: AncestryDNA

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    11182If Ancestry DNA is to be believed, the...

    11182If Ancestry DNA is to be believed, the particular sperm that created my father had from his father much more of Grandmother Brady's Irish DNA than Grampa Fritz Senior's German DNA (all four of...
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    All right, Carlos, I know it's you. No one else...

    All right, Carlos, I know it's you. No one else thinks the Finns originally had R1a. R1a-L448 is the Young Scandinavian subclade of Z284 and is predominantly found in the Norway-Sweden-Denmark area...
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    11180Interesting. Appears very much it was a...

    11180Interesting. Appears very much it was a mainly male-based migration, and in the case of the E V-13 Lombard, even male natives joined. Compare that to me, of predominantly West Germanic and...
  9. Thread: Philistine DNA!

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    ASH067 with R1 is likely to be R1b-Z2103 or...

    ASH067 with R1 is likely to be R1b-Z2103 or R1a-Z93.
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    Whoops, here he is11168

    Whoops, here he is11168
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    Here's a chance, guess this guy.

    Here's a chance, guess this guy.
  12. Of course there is also my cousin, R1a-CTS6, that...

    Of course there is also my cousin, R1a-CTS6, that is a predominant Ashkenazic priestly line as well. Not Cohen, but a broadly Levite lineage in the Ashkenazim community.
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    Using the K36 Latitude and Longitude coordinates...

    Using the K36 Latitude and Longitude coordinates from both my 23andMe and Ancestry gives me wildly different points. My 23andMe puts me in south Hesse, near Frankisch Crumbach, not far from where...
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    My father (and uncles') surname at birth was...

    My father (and uncles') surname at birth was Sellers, so I always thought we were English (I still am genetically English, as my mother is 3/4 English) but my grandmother told me that no, the family...
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    Poll: Oh dear lord Maciamo, I said yes on all 10. And...

    Oh dear lord Maciamo, I said yes on all 10. And I was diagnosed with Asperger's in 2006. And I have thrown myself into DNA studies with typical sperg fury, becoming perhaps the foremost lay expert...
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    I always thought Justin and Justinian were Dacian...

    I always thought Justin and Justinian were Dacian or Thracian given they were from what is now the Republic of North Macedonia.
  17. My uncle is a stoner and was also a cigarette...

    My uncle is a stoner and was also a cigarette smoker until he transitioned to e-cigs; my sister never used marijuana but smoked cigarettes for a little over a decade before quitting cold turkey when...
  18. Thread: New Member

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    CTS-1211 is the big Slavic subclade of Z280; it...

    CTS-1211 is the big Slavic subclade of Z280; it is also known as M558 (not to be confused with M458, which is the clade I belong to), and would most assuredly be Slavic rather than Scythian or...
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    Poll: My paternal line ancestors were Lutherans from...

    My paternal line ancestors were Lutherans from the Palatinate (like the Trumps!), so I picked Luther. Here stehe Ich, Ich kann nicht anders, Gott helfe Mir. Gutenberg was also immensely valuable...
  20. Hmm, that's interesting that the original...

    Hmm, that's interesting that the original Indo-European F sound is deleted in Celtic...that's a Vasconic trait. Spanish has an influence of Basque with the alternate form of Fernando (Hernando) and...
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    I got another community, for my Acadian...

    I got another community, for my Acadian great-great-grandfather Arthur Robishaw...this absolute unit sired 13 children. Most of his ancestors were born in what is now Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. ...
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    Oh, that's Sahul...at first I thought you just...

    Oh, that's Sahul...at first I thought you just misspelled Sahel. Yes, New Guinea makes more sense, it is much closer.
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    My sister's third toe is the longest on her foot....

    My sister's third toe is the longest on her foot. Sadly, at least one of her children has inherited this unfortunate malformation. I attribute it to fallout from Three Mile Island, which occurred...
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    Bell Beaker Scotland 2145 BC? That reminds me of...

    Bell Beaker Scotland 2145 BC? That reminds me of my #1 match on Mytrueancestry.com, at a distance of 3.38, and I am R1a. (77% British Isles DNA according to Ancestry, so that's probably why)
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    Ricki, did you test via Ancestry? Because when I...

    Ricki, did you test via Ancestry? Because when I uploaded my Ancestry to WeGene, it gave me mtdna haplogroup R, whereas from 23andMe testing I know I am J1c2b; haplogroup J is descended from R, so...
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