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  1. Genetic analysis of Early Medieval Germanic tribes

    I long wanted to compare the genomes of various Germanic tribes to see how similar they were with each others and how much they resembled modern Europeans. I have started doing it here with an...
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    How many generations ago was that Cameroonian...

    How many generations ago was that Cameroonian ancestor?
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    According to the NIH website...

    According to the NIH website, G allele (TB resistant) is present in 100% of East Asians, 99% of Africans and South Asians, 98.5% of Amerindians, 97.5% of Ashkenazi Jews and 96.5% of Europeans. That...
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    The reason is that DNA tests are prohibited in...

    The reason is that DNA tests are prohibited in France, so there are few reference samples for France. As a result French ancestry tend to be misreported to the closest neighbouring country.
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    Genetic analysis of Ancient Gaul

    I have created a page dedicated the the genetics of ancient Gauls. I calculated the Dodecad K12b average percentages for 16 Gaulish samples and ran them against modern populations in Vahaduo to...
  6. Sticky: Get your results from all ethnicity composition calculators with Admixture Studio

    There are plenty of calculators of ancient and modern ancestry on the Web: Dodecad, Eurogenes, MDLP, GedrosiaDNA, Harappa, LM Genetics, Mephisto, Tolan, etc. An easy way to obtain run all these...
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    I sent them an email 5 days ago, but they haven't...

    I sent them an email 5 days ago, but they haven't replied (yet).
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    A few days after I published the list of...

    A few days after I published the list of Y-haplogroups of Scottish clans, MyTrueAncestry copied all my work onto their website. They didn't even have the courtesy to ask or to cite me (or Eupedia) as...
  9. I suppose that you meant admixture instead of...

    I suppose that you meant admixture instead of phenotype? Physical appearance is basically the same as phenotype.

    If you meant admixture, then not necessarily. It depends what genes were inherited...
  10. New map of Southwest Asian admixture (Dodecad K12b)

    I have made a new map of the Southwest Asian admixture from Dodecad K12b.

    https://www.eupedia.com/images/content/Southwest-Asian-admixture.png


    I had made the same map based on the K12...
  11. New map of Northeast European admixture (Dodecad K12b North_European)

    I had not made maps of Dodecad admixture for several years. As K12b is so popular at the moment I thought I'd finally get round to making a map of the North European admixture (which I renamed...
  12. The Caucasian admixture from Dodecad K12b is not...

    The Caucasian admixture from Dodecad K12b is not the same as CHG. For example the Yamna samples from Ukraine had only 2 to 7% of Caucasian admixture, but 59% to 64% of North European admixture (found...
  13. I never said that the Romans spread this...

    I never said that the Romans spread this admixture to Poland or Eastern Europe. But migrations within Europe didn't stop after the fall of the Roman Empire. Here are a few examples (among many):

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  14. I understand your confusion. The reason is that...

    I understand your confusion. The reason is that this admixture was spread in several steps, as I explain here.

    1) The Caucasian admixture was first brought to Europe by Neolithic farmers, but got...
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    None of them actually. I'd say during the Roman...

    None of them actually. I'd say during the Roman period.

    It's surely not during the Neolithic as British Neolithic farmers were almost all I2 (H2 was also found in Ireland, but never T1a).

    The...
  16. That's right, but it is the original Habsburg...

    That's right, but it is the original Habsburg line that is R1b-L2>DF90, not the Lorraine line. According to this page, two living members of the Habsburg-Lorraine line tested their Y-DNA, but one was...
  17. I was wondering the same thing. Considering that...

    I was wondering the same thing. Considering that the Romans did station lots of legions for 400 years along the border with Germania and that northern Switzerland where the Habsburg originated is in...
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    According to the J1 phylogeny, it looks like the...

    According to the J1 phylogeny, it looks like the Graham clade of J1 split about 2000 years ago from other lineages from the Arabian peninsula. The most likely scenario given the time frame is that an...
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    Actually the Boyd DNA Project found...

    Actually the Boyd DNA Project found that the noble Boyd line (Earls of Kilmarnock) belongs to R1b-U106>U198. There is indeed a large number of A3b2 among the Boyds, but their origins is unclear (no...
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    Y-DNA haplogroups of Scottish clans

    In the last few days I have worked on finding the haplogroups of the clan chiefs of Scottish clans. Almost all of them have extensive surname DNA projects, so it was easy in most cases. The list...
  21. The FTDNA participants were not tested for deep...

    The FTDNA participants were not tested for deep clades, so I checked their haplotype on Nevgen and Patrick Henry's line is R1b-L21 > L513 > S6365 > BY16 > Z16372.
  22. New map of public support for abortion by country in and around Europe

    This map shows the percentage of the population who says that abortion should be legal in all or most cases (2015-17). It is based on the data from the Pew Research, except for Turkey, India, China...
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    Gerald Ford was the biological son of Leslie...

    Gerald Ford was the biological son of Leslie Lynch King, Sr. His genealogy goes back to Devonshire in southwest England. That makes it easier to identify as the vast majority of people carrying the...
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    As I mentioned...

    As I mentioned in the thread about the haplogroup of US presidents, Richard Nixon was probably E1b1b (L19-PF2431).
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    Earl Warren...

    Earl Warren (1891-1974) was an American politician and jurist who served as Governor of California from 1943 to 1953 and Chief Justice of the United States from 1953 to 1969. The "Warren Court"...
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