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    Venetians and Franks in particular.

    Venetians and Franks in particular.
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    We've established that our paternal line has been...

    We've established that our paternal line has been in Messinia for (at least) the last 500 years. There are two options garnered from personal research and historical analysis; 1) This line has been...
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    My paternal haplogroup is G2a2a

    My paternal haplogroup is G2a2a
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    Because I know my lineage very well. I'm 60 years...

    Because I know my lineage very well. I'm 60 years old, my parents were born in the US in 1918 (Father), and 1923 (mother). I met my grandparents and have been to all of their villages over four times...
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    I agree 100% with you. Everyone acts like the G25...

    I agree 100% with you. Everyone acts like the G25 is godsend compared to the other "old/antiquated" gedmatch calculators but to me it seems to have some "holes" with modern populations. It's seems to...
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    I've asked several people about the Peloponnesian...

    I've asked several people about the Peloponnesian samples used on G25 and most responses are vague. Yeah we really don't even know where they come from and if they're truly indigenous to the region...
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    G 25 is really a questionable calculator for...

    G 25 is really a questionable calculator for mainland Greeks. As someone of 100% Peloponnesian ancestry I'm oddly much closer to Central Macedonian, Thessalian samples than Peloponnesian one. We...
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    From personal research my paternal lineage in the...

    From personal research my paternal lineage in the Peloponnese is pretty old. Any sense when G2A entered the Peloponnese?
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    Poll: 3 generations; my grandfather, my father, me...

    3 generations; my grandfather, my father, me
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    It's all a load of bunk to make people who have...

    It's all a load of bunk to make people who have "no life' feel secure in their dismal state. Genetically the component makeup of Europeans varies (as you note) between minute proportions of WHG, CHG,...
  11. I honestly believe he'll end up being genetically...

    I honestly believe he'll end up being genetically close to modern day mainland Greeks (Epirus, Thessaly, Peloponnese, Rumeli) and Southern Albanians precisely due to the latter Slavic admixture in...
  12. I'm a mainland Greek and have never scored...

    I'm a mainland Greek and have never scored anything other than European on testing sites. No Middle Eastern or Anatolian has appeared. If you're referencing Cretans or Aegean Islanders then yes there...
  13. I'm comparing my own results (Peloponnesian...

    I'm comparing my own results (Peloponnesian Greek) to yours and you're a little more Aegean shifted based on mytrueancestry modern populations as well as DNA Land. I have Kosovo as my first...
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    Much thanks!

    Much thanks!
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    As a G2a2a Greek whose paternal side is from...

    As a G2a2a Greek whose paternal side is from Messinia, Peloponnese I'm curious as to your insights on the arrival of G's into Greece during the early Neolithic (via Thessaly around 7000 bc). Would...
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    If he's ruling elite probable Macedonian Greek?

    If he's ruling elite probable Macedonian Greek?
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    Any idea the origin of the Seleucid sample?

    Any idea the origin of the Seleucid sample?
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    Possibly. Earlier indigenous populations are...

    Possibly. Earlier indigenous populations are never considered.
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    Actually it's Mani and Tsakonia that are close to...

    Actually it's Mani and Tsakonia that are close to Crete autosmally. The rest of the Peloponnese is much closer to Thessaly, Epirus (actually all of mainland Greece with the exception of Eastern...
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    I guess that's why Messinia has the highest...

    I guess that's why Messinia has the highest Slavic input in all of the Peloponnese based on the Stamatoyannoupolos paper.
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    But where is the genetic Slavic element in Crete...

    But where is the genetic Slavic element in Crete coming from? Mainland Greece? I don't believe there was actual Slavic settlement.
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    Yes but what separates Peloponnesians from...

    Yes but what separates Peloponnesians from Cretans is the minor Slavic genetic imprint (Slavic incursions of the 6th and 7th Century) with the exception of deep Mani and isolated Tskanonian regions...
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    There are Turks (and even Anatolian Greeks) who...

    There are Turks (and even Anatolian Greeks) who suggest that there is a genetic Turkish imprint on the mainland. Most mainland Greeks (including my own family) lived in isolated communities and had...
  24. DNA Portal component NE (?) doesn't add up with...

    DNA Portal component NE (?) doesn't add up with the other components. Eurogenes K7 ENF is much more accurate.
  25. Any idea where the Doric settlers were from?...

    Any idea where the Doric settlers were from? Possibly Messinia and Laconia in the Peloponnese? The Tsakonians still speak a form of Doric.
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