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  1. I can vouch for Lenab's first statement; I forget...

    I can vouch for Lenab's first statement; I forget which one but one of the GEDmatch oracles I get frequently has Ashkenazi as one of the populations in the two-population mix you are genetically...
  2. And also Jews in the United States were able to...

    And also Jews in the United States were able to live more openly than in Eastern and Central Europe, so if a person had a Jewish ancestor they would most likely know. Of course in Hungary there was...
  3. Poll: I would say that the parent LT originated in the...

    I would say that the parent LT originated in the Zagros mountains or northern Fertile Crescent, and while L headed mostly east, T went west and also south.
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    Davidski is the Eurogenes blogger and fellow R1a...

    Davidski is the Eurogenes blogger and fellow R1a bearer. R1A FAMILY YEAH! He tends to overly boost his haplogroup because his people, the Poles, have been quite downtrodden over the centuries, and...
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    11273To those of you who have tested with more...

    11273To those of you who have tested with more than one service, have you compared the kits at Mytrueancestry.com? My 23andMe kit and Ancestry kit give somewhat divergent results. Since I am a mere...
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    Poll: Are you the one from Treviso?

    Are you the one from Treviso?
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    Strange that you should use Arab, as they are...

    Strange that you should use Arab, as they are predominantly haplogroup J, which is the brother clade to I! Of course, Ainu are predominantly haplogroup D, while Bantu are predominantly E, and they...
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    I think Lenin was N1c, his ancestors came from...

    I think Lenin was N1c, his ancestors came from the Middle Volga region, and the Russians there were basically Slavicized Finnic or Permian people.
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    26 samples had J1c mtdna. This is a map of J1c...

    26 samples had J1c mtdna. This is a map of J1c frequency. Pretty non-European, right?11272
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    Arbereshe ancestors?

    I know that there are a lot of knowledgeable people of Albanian ethnic origin here, so here goes. My Nana's paternal grandparents (my great-great-grandparents) were from Palazzo Adriano in Sicily,...
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    Viking Icelandic is one of my closest matches in...

    Viking Icelandic is one of my closest matches in Mytrueancestry.com. I'm also 3/8 English, so I am not surprised by the finding of this group.
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    Wow, those Ainu were really unique! Some of them...

    Wow, those Ainu were really unique! Some of them look almost Australian aboriginal, some look Native American, and there are some whose features I can see in modern Japanese.
  13. The Veneti were the root of the future West...

    The Veneti were the root of the future West Slavic people. The Goths spread some of their West Baltic R1a into the Mediterranean, as did the Vandals. The idea that the Slavic people magically...
  14. I find the slight increase of E-V13 in Spain...

    I find the slight increase of E-V13 in Spain quite interesting; could it be the Visigoths? They spent some time in the Balkans and V13 and it has been found in remains linked to Visigoths.
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    Oh dear Lord, R1a-Z93 has nothing to do with the...

    Oh dear Lord, R1a-Z93 has nothing to do with the Urnfield culture! Urnfield culture was proto-Celtic, mostly R1b-U152 and R1b-U106 with western R1a minority clades R1a-L664 and R1a-M458.
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    Z2103, most likely. The haplogroup listed is...

    Z2103, most likely. The haplogroup listed is M269, not very helpful.
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    I saw it in Eurogenes...R1b and Q.

    I saw it in Eurogenes...R1b and Q.
  18. Sticky: Eurogenes ANE K7 ANE-15.65 EEF-19.99 WHG-62.28...

    Eurogenes ANE K7
    ANE-15.65
    EEF-19.99
    WHG-62.28
    Predominantly Western European, Insular Celtic/West Germanic
  19. Protestants don't believe in Canonization like...

    Protestants don't believe in Canonization like Catholics (and to a lesser extent, Orthodox) so leave us out of that, okay? I'm going with L1029 as the original Rurikid line until evidence from males...
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    I am also a member of maternal haplogroup J1,...

    I am also a member of maternal haplogroup J1, more specifically J1c2b, a North Sea and British Isles subclade. You could be either J1b, which was brought to Europe by Indo-European invaders, or J1c,...
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    Poll: There is no such thing as an illegal war, that's...

    There is no such thing as an illegal war, that's a leftist fantasy. Wars are either wrong or right, and this one was wrong. I opposed wars in Libya and Syria because of what happened in Iraq,...
  22. 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.
  23. 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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