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    I'll edit in the images once I reach ten posts,...

    I'll edit in the images once I reach ten posts, but aside from minor differences, the maps look fairly similar at first glance. However, the shades of blue do differ somewhat between each sample.
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    Thanks a lot for linking this, very informative...

    Thanks a lot for linking this, very informative and easy to navigate. The ancient populations seemed slightly surprising but it's certainly left me intrigued.

    From my Ancestry DNA results:
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    Hey Magister, welcome to the forum. :beer1: ...

    Hey Magister, welcome to the forum. :beer1:

    I'm also underneath Z156, via its subclades Z306 and DF96. It's quite an old haplogroup (Around 4.5 thousand years old by Dr Iain McDonald's estimate)...
  4. I thought perhaps I'd get the future too but...

    I thought perhaps I'd get the future too but apparently I belong in Ancient Rome. :shocked:
  5. Thanks for posting this, Maciamo. From what I've...

    Thanks for posting this, Maciamo. From what I've seen on FTDNA, S25234 also seems to be found in the Netherlands.
  6. Fascinating, many thanks for this, Maciamo....

    Fascinating, many thanks for this, Maciamo. Perhaps with more testing in Germany and the Low Countries, we may begin to get a better understanding of specific tribal boundaries and migrations.
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    Unable to View Own Post

    Hi, I posted a reply this morning to someone's question in a thread in the R1b subsection, but got the message that it was pending moderator approval. Is there any way I can contact a moderator to...
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    Hi Philo, I'm also underneath R-S497,...

    Hi Philo,

    I'm also underneath R-S497, otherwise known as Z306, via one of its subclades, DF96.

    Someone else can probably give you a better explanation and unfortunately, the forum isn't...
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