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  1. Living DNA does test the L21 line

    Living DNA got me to M269>L23>L51>L11>P312>L21>DF13>DF49>DF23>M222 from the start.
    FTDNA among others, have me at M269>L23>L51>L11>P312>L21>DF13>DF49>DF23>M222>FGC4077>A725>S676
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    Thor Heyerdahl's book

    Here is a link to Thor Heyerdahl's book on the Kon Tiki Expedition on Archive.com. It is not the little paperback, but a 900 page serious work. It must have weighed 5 pounds.
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    I was at the University of Miami in the 1970's...

    I was at the University of Miami in the 1970's when many of the early waves from Cuba had recently arrived. The cafeteria that I used was mostly staffed by Cuban women. Several of these women had red...
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    H4a1a4b

    My mtDNA is H4a1a4b and my maternal line is New Jersey (USA) Quakers who were earlier than the famous Pennsylvania Quakers. They seem to have come from the poor Pennines area of west Yorkshire in...
  5. Six company comparison

    My 23andMe results just came in and they got my Italian grandfather somewhat better than the others. His mother was from Frosinone and his father was from L'Aquila. My other grandparents were 2 Irish...
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    E-L117 among Irish Plantation families

    The new and interesting thread about E-V13 and the "Hallstatt Celts and Italics" prompted a question in my mind which I did not wish to ask in that thread for fear of a derailment.

    My family was...
  7. Yes, Eochaidh (Owey) was a popular name 1000...

    Yes, Eochaidh (Owey) was a popular name 1000 years ago. It is derived from something like Eche (Ockey) which means Steed-like and is from the early (not later) Irish for horse and cognate with the...
  8. The phylogenealogy of R-L21: four and a half millennia

    Dr Joe Flood is a mathematician, economist and data analyst. In his pre-print "The phylogenealogy of R-L21: four and a half millennia of expansion and redistribution", he analyzed large sets of data...
  9. Poll: The Synchronized History of Ireland

    The Book of Invasions (Lebor Gabála Érenn) is part of what modern scholars call the Synchronized History of Ireland. The early Christian monks in Ireland were sponsored by, and generally part of the...
  10. Yes, as explained to Davef, I was not clear. I...

    Yes, as explained to Davef, I was not clear. I have seen other people with non-southern Italian, but still Italian ancestry receive results like mine. In the US, Italian-Americans are very much from...
  11. Yes, I phrased this poorly. I score little or no...

    Yes, I phrased this poorly. I score little or no Italian on any of the 5 companies to which I sent my results. Since the Irish is consistently accounted for by about 75%, which matches the paper...
  12. The rest is generally Ireland. Here is a picture....

    The rest is generally Ireland. Here is a picture. Both MyHeritage and Living DNA have me at 84% Irish or Great Britain and Ireland. That is why I included some south England numbers in the original...
  13. I cannot say with certainty whether he had any...

    I cannot say with certainty whether he had any unusual ancestry. My aunts who visited his sisters in Italy did not mention anything interesting like that.

    If you note the other companies...
  14. I don't know. We always just knew about Frosinone...

    I don't know. We always just knew about Frosinone and some of the aunts were in contact with the family there. When I did DNA testing I found that most of the Italian connections (that I could...
  15. My grandfather was born in Frosinone, Latzio, but...

    My grandfather was born in Frosinone, Latzio, but his father came from Abruzzo. He never gets any central (or much of any) Italian.

    This is Living DNA
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    Here are the others for reference...
  16. This link is interesting. My grandfather came...

    This link is interesting. My grandfather came from Frosinone in Lazio, but my AncestryDNA matches on his line are heavily in L'Aquila which is northeast of Frosinone. So, when I checked this link,...
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    I am trying to keep up with all of the new...

    I am trying to keep up with all of the new developments, but often with limited success.

    Does EEF mean Early European Farmer?
    Is this group the people who are labeled Old Europe on Maciamo's...
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    Sparky, I know this message is several years old,...

    Sparky, I know this message is several years old, but I wonder if you have any opinion on the HG I data from McEvoy 2006?

    There are two names which descend from the ruling peoples of the Uí Echach...
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    The I1 Haplogroup is, as has been noted, not...

    The I1 Haplogroup is, as has been noted, not common in Ireland, but it is believed to be very old there.

    The Trinity College Dublin study of 2006, which discovered M222, also has I1 results. They...
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    The error from Dropbox indicates that this is not...

    The error from Dropbox indicates that this is not a public URL. Rather it is only view-able by the owner, LeBrok.

    There is usually a public URL to cut and paste.

    Error (403)

    It seems you...
  21. Research by Dublin scientists reveals that ancient Europeans were lactose intolerant

    Their analysis indicates that lactose intolerance persisted to the late Bronze Age. While fermented milk was eaten in the Neolithic, raw milk was not.

    They also indicate that they can detect new...
  22. In 496 AD the Irish Annals record the storming of...

    In 496 AD the Irish Annals record the storming of Dún Lethglaise now called Downpatrick in County Down. Dunseverick in Antrim is named after the Dun of Sobarki, the legendary king of Ulster who...
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    Dendrochronology and the Bronze Age collapse in Ireland.

    The end of the 12th century BC marked the rise of the Hill Forts in Ireland which are one of the major cultural horizons in the early era.

    Professor Michael Baillie has identified the likely year...
  24. Like most languages, Irish can be divided into 3...

    Like most languages, Irish can be divided into 3 periods: Old Irish, Middle Irish, and Modern Irish, where the earliest of these was used from about 600 CE.

    But with Irish, there is one...
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    Sticky: When I was very young in 1957 and 1958, my Irish...

    When I was very young in 1957 and 1958, my Irish grandmother had me watch the morning news show called Today with her. She was interested in the news from Algeria and Kenya.

    There were often...
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