My father comes from Thessaly (Greece) and my mother from Central Greece.

In Eurogenes K13 Single Population Sharing, Greek_Thessaly comes 1st, while Central_Greek comes 4th, behind Bulgarian and Romanian.

1 Greek_Thessaly 5.45
2 Bulgarian 7.08
3 Romanian 9.63
4 Central_Greek 10.44

I thought I compare my admixture with those for the average Greek from Thessaly and the average Central Greek (as per Eurogenes K13 "Spreadsheet") and it goes like this:

# Population Me (%) Greek_Thessaly (%) diff (%) Central_Greek (%) diff (%)
1 East_Med 26.13 25.40 +0.73 29.25 -3.12
2 Baltic 19.80 16.32 +3.48 10.36 +9.44
3 North_Atlantic 19.50 19.12 +0.38 16.86 +2.64
4 West_Med 17.71 20.63 -2.92 21.47 -3.76
5 West_Asian 13.98 11.87 +2.11 15.44 -1.46
6 Oceanian 1.31 0.32 +0.99 0.56 +0.75
7 Red_Sea 1.27 3.83 -2.56 5.03 -3.76
8 Sub-Saharan 0.25 0.03 +0.22 0.01 +0.24
9 Amerindian 0.06 0.70 -0.64 0.32 -0.26

Hence, distinctly more "Baltic" than the average populations of these areas (~+6.5%), while, on the other hand, being clearly ~3% lower each in West Mediterranean and Red Sea heritage.

One could say I am:
  • As Eastern Mediterranean as a Mozabite Berber from Algeria (26.10% vs 26.45%)
  • As Baltic as a ... Southwest English (19.80% vs 22.10%)
  • As North Atlantic as a Greek from Thessaly (makes sense) (19.50% vs 19.12%)
  • As West Mediterranean as a ... Bulgarian (17.71% vs 17.91%)
  • As West Asian as an East Sicilian (13.98% vs 13.83%)


and, more exotically...:

  • As Oceanian as a member of the Velama caste in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana (1.31% vs 1.27%)
  • As Red Sea as a ... Polish (1.27% vs 1.24%)
  • As Sub-Saharan as a member of the Kol people in India (0.25%)
  • As Amerindian as a Catalan (0.06%)
  • As South Asian as the La Brana 1 caveman or a Sardinian (0)
  • As East Asian as MA1 of the Mal'ta–Buret' culture or a Sardinian (0)
  • As Siberian as a Spanish from Extremadura (0)
  • As Northeast African as the La Brana 1 caveman or a Ukrainian from Lvil (0)