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    Actually all of Europe is more neolithic than...

    Actually all of Europe is more neolithic than paleolithic, but the percentage is a bit higher in the South. It's true that you can't use only the haplogroups to judge the ancestry (for example the...
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    I don't have the full subscription, so I just...

    I don't have the full subscription, so I just have my top 20 matches and no sample numbers :(
    But yes, many of my previous matches are there, like Central Roman and Byzantine Roman Warrior.
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    I got more Roman matches after the latest update...

    I got more Roman matches after the latest update


    https://mytrueancestry.com/maps/qkhwlcr8mj_s_pca.mp4

    1. Imperial Rome Empire Via Paisiello (100 AD) ..... 10.14 -
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    I can't find it, maybe I need to upgrade my...

    I can't find it, maybe I need to upgrade my account?
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    Where can I find them?

    Where can I find them?
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    My results have changed a lot, so I'm posting my...

    My results have changed a lot, so I'm posting my new top 10 matches:

    1. Imperial Rome Empire Via Paisiello (100 AD) .... 10.14
    Top 98% match vs all users


    2. Medieval Villa Magna Italy (905...
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    No, some clades may have, but E-V13 was in...

    No, some clades may have, but E-V13 was in general spread earlier in Europe.
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    For some reason FTDNA doesn't let me buy the...

    For some reason FTDNA doesn't let me buy the BY4526 SNP, I also believe I am positive for it, since the STRs from the CTS9320 project who belong to that subclade are similar to mine.
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    I am that Greek

    I am that Greek
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    A region can have a specific haplogroup even...

    A region can have a specific haplogroup even though the population the haplogroup originated from didn't have a significant impact in the culture. For example, Basques are mainly R1b-DF27 which is a...
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    Thanks for all this information. Do you have any...

    Thanks for all this information. Do you have any additional information on Y20805?
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    CTS9320 is spread throughout Europe, though it is...

    CTS9320 is spread throughout Europe, though it is more concentrated in the Balkans and Central Europe. The TMRCA is 3000 ybp.
    Here are its major subclades:
    -Z16988 with a TMRCA 3000 ybp. The clade...
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    You expressed what I meant much better than me,...

    You expressed what I meant much better than me, that's exactly what I meant.
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    I have tested negative for most sublcades of...

    I have tested negative for most sublcades of CTS9320, PH1173 included. I have a DYS439=13.
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    I mentioned the Early Slavic migrations because...

    I mentioned the Early Slavic migrations because of the relatively strong presence of CTS9320 in Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and West Ukraine.
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    So there could have been multiple origins for...

    So there could have been multiple origins for different clades of CTS9320. Dacian, Celtic, Goth and Early Slavic?
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    And how and where did it become Celtic?

    And how and where did it become Celtic?
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    And I can't understand why you don't see the...

    And I can't understand why you don't see the resemblance of the distribution of I-M423 and R-M458. As you can see in the map, E-CTS9320 is more common in the Balkans and then in Central-Eastern...
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    True, the origin could be in Bulgaria. But then...

    True, the origin could be in Bulgaria. But then who helped disperse the haplogroup in Central Europe and Germany?
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    Why should I be sarcastic?

    Why should I be sarcastic?
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    I created a map of CTS9320 based on some projects...

    I created a map of CTS9320 based on some projects from Family Tree DNA.

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    https://imgur.com/5BzrRBWhttps://imgur.com/5BzrRBW
    Its distribution reminds me of both I-M423 and R1a-M458. Its...
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    My beta update European 95.5 -Southern...

    My beta update

    European 95.5
    -Southern European 92.2
    --Greek & Balkan 65.2
    --Italian 16.6
    --Broadly Southern European 10.4
    -Eastern European 3.0
    -Broadly European 0.3
    Western Asian & North...
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    You can check this page...

    You can check this page
    https://www.eupedia.com/europe/dna_project_faq.shtml#Ancestryhttps://www.eupedia.com/europe/dna_project_faq.shtml#Ancestry
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    You have just one ydna haplogroup and one mtdna...

    You have just one ydna haplogroup and one mtdna haplogroup, so you can't have a hierarchy...
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    Speak: Greek, English, French, Norwegian,...

    Speak: Greek, English, French, Norwegian, Spanish, Italian
    Understand: Swedish, German, Catalan (only written), Portuguese (only written), Danish (only written)
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