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  1. Thread: Dante Labs

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    Domogled, Yfull recalculates "Hg19>Hg38" ... $15...

    Domogled, Yfull recalculates "Hg19>Hg38" ... $15

    This is for existing customers that have uploaded results under HG19. There is a chance Yfull does the recalc. for new users for free.
    And when...
  2. Feel free to share your concerns when you have...

    Feel free to share your concerns when you have the time.
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    Yetos, these were "founded" on already existing...

    Yetos, these were "founded" on already existing Thracian dwellings and the names show it . Their recorded and so to speak "true history" begins with with the Greeks or Romans and nobody denies that...
  4. Well some Poles do get bit of Balkan on some...

    Well some Poles do get bit of Balkan on some results. What I find really weird is the serious 14.6 % Sicilian (and at the same time no South Slavic or Greek-Albanian which would be typical for a...
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    Ricki,you can glimpse at the update before its...

    Ricki,you can glimpse at the update before its release (this info from Anthrogenica) :
    When you log in your Ancestry account go to DNA -->Your DNA Results Summary. Copy the last section of the...
  6. What is it that bothers you? Ancestry are pretty...

    What is it that bothers you? Ancestry are pretty accurate and have an enormous database.

    MH original spit test ain't that far off . It's been observed the companies ascribe some Scandinavian to...
  7. Both snips are $18 each at Yseq and they're fast....

    Both snips are $18 each at Yseq and they're fast.
    For some reason FTDNA could not read them properly I guess.
    Many times doing a full sequence proves to be the way to go. $395 at FGC (YElite) and...
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    Sequences published on GenBank are used for the...

    Sequences published on GenBank are used for the updates of the PhyloTree
    https://www.phylotree.org/
    ...and in various scientific papers . Very vital for expanding the knowledge !

    So is the...
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    https://i.imgur.com/IWj4ltY.jpg Peter Charanis...

    https://i.imgur.com/IWj4ltY.jpg

    Peter Charanis :
    https://ojs.lib.uom.gr/index.php/BalkanStudies/article/viewFile/5113/5142



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    ..yet roughly half of the participants are listed...

    ..yet roughly half of the participants are listed under "Unknown Origin" (I don't know...I suspect many of them either are really not certain or are just plain lazy .Some of my matches spent $199 for...
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    It might be offtopic as it concerns mainly the...

    It might be offtopic as it concerns mainly the town dwellers but I found this paper very interesting also with the picture of the interactions between the locals and the new elite and change of...
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    Salut , Guillaume ! I hate to say it but doing...

    Salut , Guillaume !

    I hate to say it but doing a full sequence is the way to go IMHO.
    Looks like this is the clade you belong to but which branch exactly is hard to say....
  13. Nevermind the mtDNA result. Without a full...

    Nevermind the mtDNA result. Without a full sequence you will never know which exact subclade you belong to.

    As for HV2a1 FTDNA statistics (FullSeq) show this:



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  14. IMHO you should have a closer look at your...

    IMHO you should have a closer look at your genetic matches first (not on Gedmatch). What company did you use for testing?
    I would look for the ones without mixed heritage(usually most of...
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    I would guess it was your mother's mother you had...

    I would guess it was your mother's mother you had in mind ,correct?
    It happens that the daughter can inherit nothing of her maternal grandmother's X chromosome. It is somehow rare,yes-like in this...
  16. There is something more to it. In many cases...

    There is something more to it. In many cases Balkan people with zero Eastern Europe on 23andme will show a good EE% on other platforms or Gedmatch. Something needs to be seriously tweaked there .
    ...
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    yup... Torzio, them T's are ethnic Bulgarians...

    yup...

    Torzio, them T's are ethnic Bulgarians . Autosomally not very different than other Bulgarians participating in the project .Minority groups are listed in separate graphs.
    There are some...
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    If you google the Bulgarian DNA results at FTDNA...

    If you google the Bulgarian DNA results at FTDNA you'll bump into the map of most distant ancestors of the participants (among them are the T-hg's too). A great part will show origins outside the...
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    The only name with cyrillic letters...

    The only name with cyrillic letters...
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    There is a Petrov, T1a2 in the Bulgarian project....

    There is a Petrov, T1a2 in the Bulgarian project.
    Google Bulgarian Dna ftdna results
  21. Thread: Macedonians

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    Bulgaria_MLBA I2163: Y-hg R1a1a1b2 mt-hg U5a2...

    Bulgaria_MLBA I2163: Y-hg R1a1a1b2 mt-hg U5a2 1750-1625 calBCE

    https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/37981-Bronze-Age-Balkan-DNA
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    Another Bulgarian result,ancestry from the...

    Another Bulgarian result,ancestry from the Central Balkan Mountain range(no recent migrations), Y-dna R-PF7563. Not very different than other Bulgarians:

    Gaul + Hellenic Roman (11.94)
    Gaul +...
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    A Bulgarian result: ...

    A Bulgarian result:

    https://i.imgur.com/sECzdbB.jpg
    https://i.imgur.com/lLFBfaC.jpg
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    Hi, W6a1a according to who? Both polish...

    Hi,
    W6a1a according to who?
    Both polish samples, MG646162.1 and MH120447.1

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/MG646162
    ...are listed under W6a1a on Yfull MT tree (with presumably two...
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    Just NE of Thessaly. Open the plot in Paint,go to...

    Just NE of Thessaly. Open the plot in Paint,go to View and check the boxes of Gridlines and Rulers. Follow the coordinates in the lower left corner as you move the cursor to pinpoint the exact...
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