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    autosomal dna in north portugal

    Well I just want to know if there is any data or study on northern portuguese autosomical dna.
    I am curious since this area is known for less neolithic continuity and more germanic tribes settleling in the area such as the suebi.

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    According to Ancestrydna, the Average modern Iberian is 51% Ancient Iberian with the rest being from invaders.

    I'd get a DNA test from ancestrydna.com to find the answer to your question. I'd love to hear what the natives of each country have to say :)

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    interesting but where is the limit between ancient Iberia and New Iberia here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOESAN View Post
    interesting but where is the limit between ancient Iberia and New Iberia here?
    The ancient Iberians were a tribal community before the Celts migrated into Spain forming the Celtiberians

    Here is a link to their culture http://news.softpedia.com/news/Who-W...ns-78220.shtml
    The Iberian Basque had a settlement in Gascony and perhaps the Romans spead their genes far and wide http://i1.wp.com/www.cjroots.com/wp-...-Peninsula.png
    Modern Iberians today I suppose would live in or have recorded ancestry in the Iberian Peninsula
    :)
    It's like comparing the Celtic Britians to the Modern British, the average British natives are 60% Ancient Britian so it's looks like the Native Iberians and Britians genetically absorbed their invaders over time.

    The hunch that I have the most confidence on

    Italy/Greece=Greco-Roman
    Great Britian=P-Celtic
    Ireland=Gealic (Milsean, Irish pirates or Viking trade influence?) If not these three options, I'm all ears on how the Geals could've made it to spain :)
    Africa North/Middleeast=Moors
    European West=Germanics
    Scandinavia=Visigoths
    Last edited by Twilight; 26-05-15 at 23:12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suebiking View Post
    Well I just want to know if there is any data or study on northern portuguese autosomical dna.
    I am curious since this area is known for less neolithic continuity and more germanic tribes settleling in the area such as the suebi.
    Eurogenes K15 maps: http://bga101.blogspot.com.br/2013/1...-gedmatch.html

    And Dodecad:

    Red Sea


    African


    East Asian
    Last edited by Regio X; 29-05-15 at 17:55.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twilight View Post
    The ancient Iberians were a tribal community before the Celts migrated into Spain forming the Celtiberians

    Here is a link to their culture http://news.softpedia.com/news/Who-W...ns-78220.shtml
    The Iberian Basque had a settlement in Gascony and perhaps the Romans spead their genes far and wide http://i1.wp.com/www.cjroots.com/wp-...-Peninsula.png
    Modern Iberians today I suppose would live in or have recorded ancestry in the Iberian Peninsula
    :)
    It's like comparing the Celtic Britians to the Modern British, the average British natives are 60% Ancient Britian so it's looks like the Native Iberians and Britians genetically absorbed their invaders over time.

    The hunch that I have the most confidence on

    Italy/Greece=Greco-Roman
    Great Britian=P-Celtic
    Ireland=Gealic (Milsean, Irish pirates or Viking trade influence?) If not these three options, I'm all ears on how the Geals could've made it to spain :)
    Africa North/Middleeast=Moors
    European West=Germanics
    Scandinavia=Visigoths
    My point is that History of almost avery country is a bit more complex- Of course you can put a point in time as cut-limit and try to compare the genes iherited from before and after this point in time but...
    We even don't know if Celts and/or other I-Ean very close to them (kinds of Ligurians, like the Lusitanians, were not in "Iberia" before the genuine Iberians (or Iberes) themselves!
    and Iberians/Iberes have been preceded by other human groups which never formed an unity, it was the "why" of my question...
    SO, what do you put in the "iberian" bag -
    by the way, the Celtiberians were not a mix of Celts and Iberians/Iberes but a celtic speaking population living in Iberia, what lead some ancients to give them this curious name.

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