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  1. Is by any chance anyone making fun of me? Today a...

    Is by any chance anyone making fun of me? Today a new member appears on anthrogenica where I've got another thread. His name is principe, he's got the same haplogroups as this "azzurro" and writes a...
  2. When I had my results, a few months ago, I...

    When I had my results, a few months ago, I created another thread on anthrogenica by the same title: italian J1, questions about my results. If you go to this link down here you can see that someone...
  3. This azzurro member you talk about has the...

    This azzurro member you talk about has the following haplogroups:

    About Azzurro

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    ItalyMother tongue:EnglishEthnic...
  4. There doesn't seem to be an option to close my...

    There doesn't seem to be an option to close my account. I do not wish to have an account here. Please, close my account.
  5. I've got a question. Looking at my admixture...

    I've got a question. Looking at my admixture results from the genographic project, I see I have 68 percent south european, 26 percent asia minor (for them asia minor include also iraq, syria and...
  6. I do agree with Angela about input from the...

    I do agree with Angela about input from the balkans in the Marche region. Some of the 16th century immigrant were called schiavoni and probably came from Croatia and Bosnia, others were called...
  7. Hello. It's true that some J1s came from the...

    Hello. It's true that some J1s came from the Caucasus. In fact, the first, older branches of J1 are found in Georgia and Armenia, but they usually are a lot older than our l858 and some alre also...
  8. Hello. From what I have gathered our haplogroup...

    Hello. From what I have gathered our haplogroup came to Europe later than bronze age. From different sources it appears that branches of y haplogroup J1 downstream of the P58 branch may be regarded...
  9. I'm browsing the birth certificates. Very,...

    I'm browsing the birth certificates. Very, painfully interesting. This site has got more stuff than Family Search. Family Search has got more data from Americans of Italian origins.
  10. many thanks

    many thanks
  11. I forgot to say that the data was on Family...

    I forgot to say that the data was on Family Search.
  12. Some americans from Serra San Quirico (AN) posted...

    Some americans from Serra San Quirico (AN) posted microfilms of the registry office of the village (Anagrafe). The dates go back to 1866. The registy office of the province of Ancona has documents...
  13. A little update on my quest. I browsed the...

    A little update on my quest. I browsed the registry office documents of the village of my father, they don't go farthest than 1860. I emailed the parish. If I discovered that my family is local and...
  14. Thank you to anyone for your help. I had a look...

    Thank you to anyone for your help. I had a look back along this thread and saw that when I mentioned a chart appearing on Eupedia instead of writing "I don't know whether the chart is reliable"...
  15. Hello, I'm an italian guy living in France, my...

    Hello, I'm an italian guy living in France, my name is patrizio, I had previously lived in the UK, I don't have a university degree, I have just received my genographic project results and opened two...
  16. Hello. You caught me red handed. You got straight...

    Hello. You caught me red handed. You got straight away that I'm an absolute beginner in genetics and cheese. Thanks for the useful information.
  17. Hello, my family name is Brega and is present in...

    Hello, my family name is Brega and is present in Italy just in milan and Ancona, in central italy. I don't which one of the two it came from. I know it existed in Milan during the middle ages. But I...
  18. Hello, there's also the Eupedia website but I...

    Hello, there's also the Eupedia website but I don't know whether is reliable. There's a spreadsheet of italian haplogroups by regions in Eupedia on Eupedia home/Genetics/Haplogroups Home/Italian...
  19. Hello. According to the scientific articles you...

    Hello. According to the scientific articles you may read, it looks like five different middle-eastern of north african lineages living in different places decided all together to come to greece and...
  20. Hello, As you said my maternal line U5a1a1 should...

    Hello, As you said my maternal line U5a1a1 should be linked to immigration from Ukraine. But there's one thing I don't understand. Even if my y haplogroup is J-z1884, my physical traits should be 50...
  21. Ok, so, he south of the Adriatic coast was...

    Ok, so, he south of the Adriatic coast was colonized by the Illyrians and apparently in that region (Puglia) they have an awful lot of J1. The Illyrians are regarded as indoeuropeans but perhaps...
  22. Hello. Yeah, the first settlers considered...

    Hello. Yeah, the first settlers considered indoeuropeans were the italic tribes who came from north of the Alps 1200 years BC and occupied most of Italy. That's what they say. The gauls came from...
  23. Thanks a lot. I don't belong to any monotheistic...

    Thanks a lot. I don't belong to any monotheistic religion so I'm quite open to any result, I just thought, since I'm not an expert, that a semitic branch indicated a later arrival and could give me...
  24. Hello, I have found out that my haplogroup...

    Hello, I have found out that my haplogroup J-Z1884 is J1, comes along the line after P58 and is 5300 years old. From my haplogroup separated about 4600 years ago three haplogroups, two are found in...
  25. italian j1, questions about my haplogroup

    Hello,

    I'm from central Italy, Marche region on the Adriatic Coast, According to the Genographic Project my paternal lineage is J-Z1884 which should be J1. My maternal line is U5a1a1. I'm from a...
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