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    23andMe results for an ethnic Bosniak Muslim from...

    23andMe results for an ethnic Bosniak Muslim from southwestern Serbia (municipality of Prijepolje):

    European: 99.6%
    Balkan: 78.1%
    Italian: 1%
    Broadly Southern European: 5.3%
    Eastern European:...
  2. Yes, I wish so too. The applications of genetic...

    Yes, I wish so too. The applications of genetic tests in Bosnia and Herzegovina is unfortunately not as high as it is in Serbia and Croatia. And also, even among the Bosnian and Herzegovinian...
  3. All of them are E-V13, as long as I can see....

    All of them are E-V13, as long as I can see. There is however a Bosniak from Montenegro whose subclade is E-M35.
  4. Distribution of Y-DNA haplogroups among Bosnians from Serbian DNA project

    Here is a list of genetically tested individuals from Bosnia and Herzegovina (of all three main ethnic groups) whose surnames are listed in public data bases and later on the website of the Serbian...
  5. To which ancient people can mtDNA haplogroups be linked to?

    Is it possible to link a mtDNA with an ancient tribe? Like haplogroup I1 is linked to pre-Germanic peoples of Scandinavia, like R1b-S21 is linked to the ancient continental Germanic peoples, R1b-S28...
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    Origin of haplogroup R1b in Bosnia

    What R1b-subclade does most of Bosnians belonging to? The Italo-Celtic branch (S28/U152), Balkanic branch R1b-L23 or to the Continental Germanic branch R1b-S21 (U106)?

    According to this map,...
  7. Thank you Maciamo for writing down the numbers of...

    Thank you Maciamo for writing down the numbers of percentage of Bosnian ethnic groups, but why isn't Bosniaks seperately written? Also, Herzegovinian is an geographic and not ethnic term (just like...
  8. Changed name of ethnic group? What? When?

    Changed name of ethnic group? What? When?
  9. Absolutely. :) But we will see what Maciamo will...

    Absolutely. :) But we will see what Maciamo will do in due time.
  10. Ofcourse the Germanic peoples which were in some...

    Ofcourse the Germanic peoples which were in some extent of Scandinavian or Nordic ancestry settled the Balkans, such as the Goths, Gepids, Heruls and probably even Longobards....
  11. Does anyone know anything about the haplogroups...

    Does anyone know anything about the haplogroups of the Montenegrin highland clans? I know that the Kuci, Bojovici and Vasojevici (and their Muslim descandants Djukici) are E1b1b, and Petrovici,...
  12. Thank you! :)

    Thank you! :)
  13. Well, the most interesting of all is this huge...

    Well, the most interesting of all is this huge percentage of haplogroup I1 among the population in Serbia. Are they descendants of Visgoths, Ostrogoths and Gepids who settled the area during the...
  14. Eldritch: Check out the links in my first post....

    Eldritch: Check out the links in my first post. Yes Bosniaks have according to Marjanovic between 4-5% of haplogroup I1, but Herzegovinians in general - which is an regional, and not ethnic term,...
  15. Haplogroup I1 in Herzegovinians, Montenegrins and Kosovar Albanians

    I think that the new map of the distribution of haplogroup I1 in Europe should be changed a little bit. According to the genetic studies of Oxford Journals, Molecular Biology and Evolution...
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    Y-DNA haploroups in Montenegro?

    Isn't there some genetic research of the Montenegrin population? If there is, couldn't the adminstrator write those down and include them on the list of the Y-DNA haplogroups in "Distribution of...
  17. It would be great if the person who is...

    It would be great if the person who is responsible (probably the moderator) for writing down the percentages of haplogroups in "Distribution of European Y-chromosome DNA (Y-DNA) haplogroups by...
  18. - Thank you! Well, thank you for the answer. Of...

    - Thank you!
    Well, thank you for the answer. Of course it's obvious that Celts didn't spread this haplogroup across Europe at the first place. Same thing with R1a and Slavic connection. Haplogroup...
  19. Can haplogroup G2 be associated with early Celtic tribes?

    I have been wonder for a long time now, about the possible link between Y-DNA haplogroup G2 with early Celtic Hallstatt culture and La-Tène civilization. If we look closely at the diffusion of...
  20. Bosnia - haplogroups in three main ethnic groups

    Can you please write down those numbers of percentage on "Distribution of European Y-chromosome DNA (Y-DNA) haplogroups by country in percentage":

    Bosniaks (Bosnian muslims):
    E3b1: 13%
    E3b*:...
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