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    Just wanted to let you know that I have added a compilation of Y-DNA maps for Iberia.

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    There must be something wrong on that map, because the frequency of R-L21 in Northern Aragon is just 3.7%, according to Martínez-Cruz et al. 2012.



    http://anthrospain.blogspot.com.es/2012/03/r-l21-in-northern-spain.html

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    The map for E-M81 is still wrong. Andalusia on the map appears mostly on the 10-20% shade, when it should be in the 4-5% :

    Southern Spaniards n=1/62 1.6% Scozzari 2001.
    Huelva, Andalusia n=5/167 2.99% Ambrosio 2010.
    Huelva, Andalusia n=1/22 4.5% Flores et al.2004
    Seville, Andalusia n=7/155 4.5% Flores et al.2004
    Cadiz, Andalusia n=0/28 0.0% Flores et al.2004
    Cordoba, Andalusia n=2/27 7.4% Flores et al.2004
    Malaga, Andalusia n=3/26 11.5% Flores et al.2004
    Andalusia East n=2/95 2.1% Adams et al.
    Andalusia West n=10/73 13.7% Adams et al.
    Andalusians n=2/37 5.4% (Capelli 2009) Bosch et al.
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    Total West Andalusia : 23/445 = 5.17%
    Total East Andalusia : 5/121 = 4.13%
    Other Andalusia : 5/126 = 3.97%
    TOTAL ANDALUSIA : 33/692 = 4.77%

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    Wilhelm I don't want to hijack the thread but do you think there was if at all genetic contribution from Spaniards on the Sephardis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Doe View Post
    Wilhelm I don't want to hijack the thread but do you think there was if at all genetic contribution from Spaniards on the Sephardis?
    A tiny bit off topic, but to me a small surprise was that Spanish N1c (cousin of South Baltic and cousin of Scandinavian) turned out to be Sephardi. Very low frequency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Doe View Post
    Wilhelm I don't want to hijack the thread but do you think there was if at all genetic contribution from Spaniards on the Sephardis?
    A little bit, there is some iberian-specific R1b on some sephardis, tho it's small (overall R1b in sefarads is about 10-15%).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilhelm View Post
    A little bit, there is some iberian-specific R1b on some sephardis, tho it's small (overall R1b in sefarads is about 10-15%).
    Okay thanks.

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