1. Templar

    Austria's Y-haplo-groups.

    I know that Austria is mostly R1b, but could someone please list specific clades of it, and whether or not they are of Celtic or Germanic origin. I am wondering if Austria is more Germanic or Celtic. The area was inhabited by Celts for thousands of years, and it was the location of the Hallstatt...
  2. onslo

    Norman haplogroup I1, SNP M253+( the most neglected SNP )

    I1 is indigenous to Europe , the direct descendant of Cro-Magnon. Germanic branch of R1b1b2 moved north and mixed with indigenous I1 . Hybrid Germanic tribe retained highest percentage if I Haplogroup. Germanic language assimilated large part of I1? Is SNP M253+, with all other following SNPs...
  3. Maciamo

    Revising the classification of Indo-European languages

    We have hypothesised in Germanic words of non-IE origin that Proto-Germanic borrowed a few common words from indigenous pre-IE Scandinavians. I believe that there may be a much bigger proportion of Latin and Greek words (including those inherited in modern Romance languages) that are not...
  4. B

    Scots, how Celtic are they?

    So i was wondering, based on studies of Haplogroups, is there anyway to determine how Celtic Scotland is? Does anyone have information on this please?
  5. Maciamo

    With what ancient ethnicity do you most identify, and what has DNA told you ?

    Europe is an ethnic melting pot. Well, let's not exaggerate. Europeans are genetically among the most homogeneous racial group. Indians, South-East Asians, Middle-Easterners, Central Asians and Africans all have greater genetic diversity than Europeans. But we were taught at school that Europe...
  6. Woden

    Germanic/ Celtic ancestry of the English

    Greetings Maciamo and other forum members! Thanks Maciamo, I enjoy your website about European haplogroups and I look back for updates. I would be grateful if you could fill us in on what we presently know about the ancient origins of the English. Which haplos are associated with which...