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    In South Germany near the source of the "Danube"...

    In South Germany near the source of the "Danube" there are some similar river names.

    "Brigach" : source river of the "Danube"
    "Breg" : the other source river of the "Danube"
    "Beera": the first...
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    I`m interested in the Z194 branch, below Z193 and...

    I`m interested in the Z194 branch, below Z193 and Z192. I think it may be a Roman subclade, but there is the possibility of an origin north of the Alps. What do you think?
  3. Thread: R1b-Z192

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    Here is in interesting link to a supplement file...

    Here is in interesting link to a supplement file in a scientific study.

    http://biorxiv.org/content/biorxiv/suppl/2013/11/24/000802.DC3/000802-3.pdf.

    The two R1b-Z194 in this tree are NA20754...
  4. Thread: R1b-Z192

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    R1b-Z192

    This clade is a major Downstream clade of R1b-U152. Where and when did it iriginate?
  5. Thread: R1b-Z194

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    I`ve found out that Francalacci in his famous...

    I`ve found out that Francalacci in his famous Sardinian study tested for Z193 and Z194, but none of his 75 R1b-Z192 are positive for this markers.
  6. Thread: R1b-Z194

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    3 were found in Geno 2.0 (2x British; 1x...

    3 were found in Geno 2.0 (2x British; 1x Italian), 2 were found in 1000 genomes Project (2x Italian), 5 are in the Group B1 in the FTDNA R1b-U152 Project (4x British; 1 German). The other (1x...
  7. Thread: R1b-Z194

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    There are now 15 surnames in R1b-Z194. Six of...

    There are now 15 surnames in R1b-Z194. Six of them originated in the British Isles. 4 are from Germany. 4 others have their ancestors in Italy. The last is especially interesting, because he is the...
  8. Thread: R1b-Z194

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    Hi Brianco, I`m a member of the same clade as...

    Hi Brianco,

    I`m a member of the same clade as Crosier, because of some off-modal STR values.
    There is an Italian R1b-Z194 ("Placa", Palermo Sicily) in Geno 2.0.

    Does you or anybody else know...
  9. Thread: R1b-Z194

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    Does nobody in this forum know, if Francalacci,...

    Does nobody in this forum know, if Francalacci, who found 75 R1b-Z192 in his study, tested any subclades of R1b-Z192, especially R1b-Z194 or his "brother" R1b-Z193?
  10. Thread: R1b-Z194

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    R1b-Z194

    R1b-Z194 is an interesting clade downstream of R1b-Z192 in the R1b-U152 haplogroup. So far three persons have tested positive in the Geno 2.0 project. (two from British Isles and one Italian)....
  11. Hi Britanicus, I agree with you in your...

    Hi Britanicus,

    I agree with you in your general view.
    But you are wrong in believing, that you and this Sardinian guy share common heritage.
    His haplogroup is I and yours is R, so it is a...
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    I suppose you mean Z56. But this SNP is...

    I suppose you mean Z56.
    But this SNP is connected with DYS492=14, so we are propably Z56-.
    I think the origin of U152 is not clear today, we need more data.
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    My Italian mach is "Ponte" from Genua, Italy

    My Italian mach is "Ponte" from Genua, Italy
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    I agree with you Giordano. I`m a member of...

    I agree with you Giordano.

    I`m a member of U152* subclade L2-, Z36-, DYS492=12 (probably Z56-).
    Because of some off-modal DYS values I have found 10 families (surnames) in our group.
    5 are...
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    I`ve seen Colangelo has ordered the new Geno 2.0....

    I`ve seen Colangelo has ordered the new Geno 2.0. Perhaps there are some new SNP`s for U152* guys like me.
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    Hi Brianco, I hope you will have a match and...

    Hi Brianco,

    I hope you will have a match and you will loose your star.
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    I`m very close to Crozier and not so close to...

    I`m very close to Crozier and not so close to Kipling, but because Crozier is L159.2-, I suppose I am probably L159.2- too.
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    A member of my cluster Crosier Kit 180858 is...

    A member of my cluster Crosier Kit 180858 is negative for SNP 159.2.
    Because of this, it is not useful for me to test this SNP.
    But for other U152* guys it might be helpful.
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    I`m U152* too (Z36- DYS492=12). Because I have...

    I`m U152* too (Z36- DYS492=12).

    Because I have some off-modal values in common with Colangelo, I wonder if I shall order this SNP.

    My home South-West Germany is the probable origin of U152 in...
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    Thank you Moesan for your response. So the...

    Thank you Moesan for your response.

    So the vast mayority of swabian words are really germanic.
    Thank you.

    But the celts must have left an impact here.

    Do you think that the names of...
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    Very good explanaton Christiaan. The most Swaban...

    Very good explanaton Christiaan. The most Swaban words are indeed probably germanic.
    I give you some more examples.
    Perhaps you can give me an explanation.

    grom - gift, someone takes it home...
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    Poll: I think ötzi is G2a the prominent haplogroup of...

    I think ötzi is G2a the prominent haplogroup of Neolithic farmers.

    If it would be R1b, it would be very interesting because we could date the specific subclade more precisely.
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    Hi Macimo, I think you must correct the map of...

    Hi Macimo,
    I think you must correct the map of Scotland.
    In the western lowlands there is the greatest value for R1b-U152 for the United Kingdom.
    Source: www.u152.org
  24. Coming Soon! Iceman whole genome will be published!

    The whole genome of the iceman "ötzi" is investigated and the results will be published at 20. October 2011.
    Does anybody guess his Y-Haplogroup.
    I think he is probably G2a.
    Maciamo: Is there a...
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    South-West Germany was a stronghold of celtic...

    South-West Germany was a stronghold of celtic power in hallstatt period.
    There are a lot of celtic burial sites, celtic names of mountains and rivers and celtic haplogroups (old R1b1b2a1b4 is now...
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