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    R1b-DF19

    Gallic or Germanic?

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    hi I have created this thread to discus about r1b df19, it is geographically very germanic and within the germanic area of influence historically yet it is near to gallo-roman haplogroups genealogically so I am confused about its belonging and origin.Please discus this and reply to it! Thanks

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    Well theres no discussion from anyone so I researched myself a bit about R-DF19 it seems that its a Germanic lineage and spread from southern Scandinavia togather with R-S21, I1, R-L238.I got his information from FTDNA website.

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    Insert a dot where indicated. nature dot com/articles/s41598-017-07710-x?WT.feed_name=subjects_biological-sciences

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    Insert a dot where indicated. nature dot com/articles/s41598-017-07710-x?WT.feed_name=subjects_biological-sciences
    Tanx very informative link about DF27, I hope theres research about DF19 too 😃

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    I belong to r1b-DF19 and live in Virginia, USA. I know literally nothing about it but I'm trying to find out more.

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    I am glad there is a thread. I am an R-DF88. Here are two things that I learned recently.

    This looked like an interesting article: The Dutch Y-Chromosomal Landscape. If I am reading this correctly. They did a sample/study of Dutch DNA and found no DF19 lines. Some do make a Frisian connection, so I thought DF19 might show up. This may or may not be meaningful.

    Second, I was chatting with someone about my Y lineage from Eschelbronn, Germany. He seemed knowledgeable about the distribution of DF19. He said that there was little knowledge about Eschelbronn; however, there was a lot of DF19 in the surrounding area (Heidelberg is close by). Given my own DNA and what we already think we know, this might be evidence of a migration of some sort. Though I do not think there is a DNA map of Germany.

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