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  1. Loppan65

    Share Your IllustrativeDNA results Ancient and Modern

    Bronze age 5 pop Global: Fit: 3.752 (Moderate) Central Steppe (2100–1800 BC) 71.6% European Farmer (6300–2800 BC) 13.8% Baltic Hunter-Gatherer (5200–4200 BC) 13.0% East Siberian (1000–900 BC) 1.6% Iron age: Fit: 1.734 (Good) Germanic (AD 100–600) 50.2% Insular Celt (600 BC–AD...
  2. Loppan65

    Share Your IllustrativeDNA results Ancient and Modern

    I would say it probably does. How France ended up in the 4 pop I have no idea. On familytree I have these results: Europe 100% Finnish Finland 47% Western Europe Scandinavia 28% Central Europe 6% Eastern Europe West Slavic 13% Baltic Baltic 7%
  3. Loppan65

    Share Your IllustrativeDNA results Ancient and Modern

    With 3 pop: Fit: 1.104 (Good) Germanic (AD 100–630) 70.4% Baltic (AD 900–1050) 19.6% Saami (AD 300–800) 10.0% With 4 pop: Fit: 1.007 (Good) Germanic (AD 100–630) 41.6% Insular Celt (AD 100–1000) 25.4% Baltic (AD 900–1050) 23.8% Saami (AD 300–800) 9.2%
  4. Loppan65

    Share Your IllustrativeDNA results Ancient and Modern

    Fit: 0.905 (Very Good) Germanic (AD 100–630) 42.6% Baltic (AD 900–1050) 24.2% Insular Celt (AD 100–1000) 14.4% Saami (AD 300–800) 9.6% France (AD 130–1400) 9.2%
  5. Loppan65

    Share Your IllustrativeDNA results Ancient and Modern

    30 closest ancient populations: Closest Ancient Samples Genetic Distance Nordic Iron Age (Rombäck) AD 450–500 2.634 Nordic Iron Age (Öland) AD 300–500 2.923 Goth (Wielbark Culture) AD 40–210 3.191 Nordic Iron Age (Scania) AD 427–611 3.228 Nordic Iron Age (Gotland) AD 600 3.284 Quadi AD...
  6. Loppan65

    Share Your IllustrativeDNA results Ancient and Modern

    These are my results on Illustrative DNA. 30 closest modern populations: # Population distance 1 Swedish 2.569 2 Finn (Southwest) 3.261 3 Norwegian (Bergen) 3.600 4 Norwegian 3.716 5 Icelander 3.773 6 German (Hamburg) 3.839 7 Danish 3.931 8...
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    K12b Any kind soul that can help me to interpret what I am seeing here?

    Ok, so noone knows nothing about how to interpret dodecad's results? In that case, could somebody provide me with a link where everything is described for Dodecad, I seem not able to find it here. I would appreciate it alot. /Char
  8. Loppan65

    K12b Any kind soul that can help me to interpret what I am seeing here?

    Hello everyone, I have used Dodecad12b to try and find out a little more about my ancient history, but I'm not sure what it all means. The lower distance to samples meaning closer in relationship to the population or? I will attach a few images from my results here. I'd be very happy to get some...
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