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Thread: CTS9320 families from Scandinavia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aspar View Post
    I am reluctant to place the origin of CTS9320 more to the east, or to assume pre-Scythian origin as you say for couple of reasons!
    Well now there is Ossetian (I paid for his Pack ) E-S26015*, Z16988-, Z17107-, Z17264-, BY4524-, S19928-. Unless his origin is Greek (very unlikely and no evidence for that) he must be Thraco-Cimmerian. He might be theoretically positive to some other SNP's not covered there such as BY4526, BY20093 but he does not cluster with anyone by STR's so he is assured to be distant from any other E-CTS9320's. On the other hand who knows he might show other surprises (such as being negative to some SNP at CTS9320 level but only BigY can tell that).

    There are few other Caucasian CTS9320, especially in Georgia. One is
    100 % certain by STR's. One might be distantly related to a Bulgarian CTS9320*. Also there are some untested E-CTS9320 in Russia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aspurg View Post
    Well now there is Ossetian (I paid for his Pack ) E-S26015*, Z16988-, Z17107-, Z17264-, BY4524-, S19928-. Unless his origin is Greek (very unlikely and no evidence for that) he must be Thraco-Cimmerian.
    He is also Z37530/BY4526-, so in addition to E-Y20805/BY4524, he has nothing to do with E-Y41959, YF07169, YF15857 at YFull either. Only branch not tested is E-Y84585, he does not share their determining STR, and he is very distant to all of them. This is probably a new and Ossetian CTS9320 (for which actually he has no reading) clade. A very important find! There were no Illyro-Cimmerians but there were Thraco-Cimmerians, and if Thracian horizont is a newer Srubnaya Noa-Coslogeni R-Z93 related then CTS9320 fits nicely there. In any case one must explain this find. By tradition, he was supposed to be connected to the main Ossetic cluster of G-FGC719 which is Alanic at least since late Antiquity.

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