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    Share your 23andMe Ancestry Composition

    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
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    And here is my cheese. Are you agree? Something to object?
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    A Gedmatch Admixture Guide!
    http://genealogical-musings.blogspot...guide.html?m=1

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    ^^
    Merci beaucoup. I'll put it on favorite. But I see that in other countries countries are even needed, how can you find out with my results. Since saying Nord west or sudest includes many current countries.

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    Borders, historically are Dynamic.
    Nothing is perfect, but if you like to get a Visual Idea to how you relate to population of other Countries:
    Go to Gedmatch > Eurogenes > K36
    copy your results, and go to:
    http://gen3553.pagesperso-orange.fr/ADN/similitude.htm

    input all your numbers, click Valider and you’ll get:

    Taux de similitude avec différentes populations



    Also Africa, Australia, and the Americas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
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    And here is my cheese. Are you agree? Something to object?
    And here is my cheese.
    Last edited by Carlos; 05-02-19 at 10:48.

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    ^^^

    In the last list that I have put K11 the smaller values indicate to be nearer or are the greater values those that indicate to be closer?

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    Share your 23andMe Ancestry Composition

    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    ^^^

    In the last list that I have put K11 the smaller values indicate to be nearer or are the greater values those that indicate to be closer?
    If it’s the one with the pie chart:
    The Greater Values are the Closest.

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    ^^^
    Attachment 10687
    He had not explained me well. I mean this. Are the higher values closer or are the lower values closest?
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    Share your 23andMe Ancestry Composition

    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    ^^^
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    He had not explained me well. I mean this. Are the higher values closer or are the lower values closest?
    I can only see a spreadsheet. Those are NOT your Results.

    It’s just a reference showing the Admixture percentage average for each population listed in the First Column. The Highest Values are the Closest. The Bigger the number, the higher is the Ancestry.

    ————
    On other ORACLE results:
    Least-squares method, Distance Population, Using to 1 to 4 population approximation:

    The Lowest Values are the Closest.

    (Google Translate)

    Ejemplo:
    Cuanto menor sea el número a la derecha, Más son similares a la población:



    The smaller the number on the right, the more similar I am to that population.

    It Does not necessarily mean that I belong to all these populations.

    It means that these populations are the most similar to me
    Last edited by Salento; 05-02-19 at 07:19.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sile View Post
    From the last Friuili DNa paper which was 2012, these where the ydna
    .
    G2c , G2a, J2b and T1 are remnants of Early Hunter gathers before the arrival of farmers ...............surprised no C and H2 ydna found although these are usually found with G and T in neolithic times in Europe
    I2b and I1 would be herders/farmers "black sea area" and I2a and E1b1b are anatolian farmers
    R1a and R1b steppe migration
    .
    R1b ....20
    E1b1b .....16
    R1a ....13
    I2b ....8
    I1 ....6
    G2c ...4
    J2b ...4
    G2a ...3
    I2a ...2
    T1 ....1
    .
    maybe we need to check the east tyrol paper and the above ydna come from friuli alps ( carnico alps )
    I still retain a low percentage of Alpine DNA, and assuming is Y related, It might be possible that you and I, share a common ancestor in the last 6 or 7 generations.

    Beyond this limit, those percentages would have disappeared in a Pugliese.
    Unless is part Ancient Illyrian, and ... gets complicated. :)




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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    I still retain a low percentage of Alpine DNA, and assuming is Y related, It might be possible that you and I, share a common ancestor in the last 6 or 7 generations.
    Beyond this limit, those percentages would have disappeared in a Pugliese.
    Unless is part Ancient Illyrian, and ... gets complicated. :)

    7 generations ? .....ie, ~250 years ago
    my line first entered veneto into https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fonzaso circa 1600 from trentino
    I have genetic match/s in the area with the Toigo and Cemin families
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    actually the Toigo line is interesting as they are ydna L-M20
    .
    it would be good if you can make a link with myself ................note the furthest, most southern family member I know lived in coastal Marche
    .
    where did you run this report
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sile View Post
    7 generations ? .....ie, ~250 years ago
    my line first entered veneto into https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fonzaso circa 1600 from trentino
    I have genetic match/s in the area with the Toigo and Cemin families
    .
    actually the Toigo line is interesting as they are ydna L-M20
    .
    it would be good if you can make a link with myself ................note the furthest, most southern family member I know lived in coastal Marche
    .
    where did you run this report
    I said a Y share, a Man. If not could be old Illyrian, or something else.
    I didn’t run it myself, I bought it.

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    Cool

    Is there going to be an updated version of the “23andme Autosomal Composition” map? :)
    https://www.eupedia.com/europe/autosomal_maps_dodecad.shtml

    Curiously I’m 15% German yet 23andme is scoring me as 16% “Germanic/ Broadly NW European”
    If these new updates are legit, the Anglo-Saxons and Frankish communities don’t appear to have settled in the England or France in huge numbers.
    Nonetheless the new 23andme updates are impressive. :)

    British Isles/Germany/French Canadian


    • British & Irish

      55.2%

      United Kingdom, Ireland

    • French & German

      19.9%
    • Germany

    • Spanish & Portuguese

      3.5%

    • Eastern European

      2.8%

    • Finnish

      0.3%

    • Broadly Northwestern European

      16.1%

    • Broadly Southern European

      0.5%

    • Broadly European

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    • Sub-Saharan African

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    • Congolese

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    Example of East German 23andMe Ancestry Composition.

    This person has ancestry from:

    Birthplaces of grandparents (50% from present-day Germany + 50% from present-day West Poland):

    1st grandparent born in: Kreis Oder-Spree, Provinz Brandenburg (parents also from the same area)

    2nd grandparent born in: Kreis Spree-Neiße, Provinz Brandenburg (parents also from the same area)

    3rd grandparent born in: Provinz Oberschlesien, and parents from:
    - first parent from Kreis Neustadt O.S. (areas west of the Oder River)
    - 2nd parent from the city of Krapkowice/Krappitz (west of the Oder River)

    [so her Silesian ancestors are from the area between Prudnik and Krapkowice, west of the Oder River]

    4th grandparent born in: Berlin Neukölln, but parents were from:
    - first parent from Netzekreis (Grenzmark, later in Provinz Pommern)
    - second parent from anywhere in Pommern or also from Netzekreis*

    *Netzekreis was anyway part of Pommern as of September 1939:



    And 23andMe results (this person ordered v4 and later v5):

    https://forebears.io/surnames/mitulla

    23andMe v4:



    23andMe v5:



    Eurogenes K36:

    Population
    Amerindian -
    Arabian -
    Armenian -
    Basque 3.37 Pct
    Central_African -
    Central_Euro 9.49 Pct
    East_African -
    East_Asian -
    East_Balkan 4.41 Pct
    East_Central_Asian -
    East_Central_Euro 20.76 Pct
    East_Med -
    Eastern_Euro 15.19 Pct
    Fennoscandian 12.21 Pct
    French 8.13 Pct
    Iberian 6.14 Pct
    Indo-Chinese -
    Italian 0.07 Pct
    Malayan -
    Near_Eastern -
    North_African -
    North_Atlantic 6.97 Pct
    North_Caucasian -
    North_Sea 12.09 Pct
    Northeast_African -
    Oceanian -
    Omotic -
    Pygmy -
    Siberian -
    South_Asian -
    South_Central_Asian -
    South_Chinese -
    Volga-Ural -
    West_African -
    West_Caucasian -
    West_Med 1.16 Pct

    K36 Similarity Map:

    https://gen3553.pagesperso-orange.fr/ADN/similitude.htm



    K36 Latitude and Longitude:

    https://gen3553.pagesperso-orange.fr/ADN/Europe.htm


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    ^^^
    In case of Silesian ancestry (25%) I emphasized that it is from areas west of the Oder, because Barthel Stein wrote in year 1513 that Oder was important as ethnic border:

    "(...) Zwei Volksstämme, die sich nicht nur nach ihren Wohnsitzen, sondern auch nach ihren Sitten scheiden, bewohnen es; den nach Westen und Süden gelegenen Theil nehmen die Deutschen ein, den Theil nach Osten und Norden zu die Polenö beide trennt als eine ganz sichere Grenze die Oder von der Neißemündung ab, sodaß auch in den Städten diesseits die deutsche, jenseits die polnische Sprach vorherrscht. Man erkennt zwischen beiden Völkern einen starken Gegensatz. (...)"

    Source: Barthel Stein, "Descriptio Tocius Silesie et Civitatis Regie Vratislaviensis", 1513.

    ^^^
    In 1513 areas north & east of the Oder were mostly Polish (that applied also to parts of Lower Silesia east and north of the Oder), while west & south of it - mostly German.

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    Using the K36 Latitude and Longitude coordinates from both my 23andMe and Ancestry gives me wildly different points. My 23andMe puts me in south Hesse, near Frankisch Crumbach, not far from where the family of my great-great-grandmother Annie Appel originated in Seligenstadt. My Ancestry, on the other hand, puts me on the west side of Maastricht in the Netherlands. It appears to be due to the different proportions of Iberian vs. Italian; I have more Iberian in Ancestry, more Italian in 23andMe.

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