I had a DNA test done at Oxford Ancestors in 2001 (it was a birthday present ), and the results showed I was part of the XENIA line. I know as much about genetics now as I did then, which is virtually zero.

The XENIA maternal line is apparently quite rare and is found in Europe, amongst the Druze people of the Mid-East, and amongst some Native American Tribes too. All my recent maternal line is Scottish, but of course what happened thousands of years ago is anybody's guess??

The Haplogroup X (XENIA) shows many different categories, think they're called 'subclades'? Could anyone clarify for me what these actually mean, and how you determine which one of these you fall into?
Paul Welsh