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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    ... totally siblings and one very close relative!

    COLC2 PCA Plots - 20 samples - 3D Analysis:

    (notice how COLC2 and COLC2a are as one spinning together, and COLC2b is close by the entire time)


    ... a minimum of three family members succumbed to an 1700 AD Pandemic, ...

    we were not prepared and we are not as advanced as we think we are, though hopefully will all go through unscathed.

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    ... R437 could make a decent candidate for my user-name,

    ... who knows if there were some Latins who resembled Apulians or if it is modern Apulians that resemble some ancient Latins





    R437 scores 3 Apulia, Salento (at the top), is one of them :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    ... R437 could make a decent candidate for my user-name,

    ... who knows if there were some Latins who resembled Apulians or if it is modern Apulians that resemble some ancient Latins



    Probably. Rome was not Alabama in the 1940's. There came a time when the need was for statesmen not tribesmen. If even today we sometimes cannot know who our ancestor was from 300 years ago at that time, the plain people less so, perhaps the wealthy classes who would claim a glorious origin and even be related to mythology and hide what they were not interested in about their origin and even invent what they were interested in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    Probably. Rome was not Alabama in the 1940's. There came a time when the need was for statesmen not tribesmen. If even today we sometimes cannot know who our ancestor was from 300 years ago at that time, the plain people less so, perhaps the wealthy classes who would claim a glorious origin and even be related to mythology and hide what they were not interested in about their origin and even invent what they were interested in.
    I emphasize samples that resemble the bulk of my ancestry, though I also post some of the more distant samples, which I consider not very important, but they're there for some reason.

    ... not all, but stories passed down in families originate from some events, or rumors based on those events.
    I find these stories interesting, ... even those linked to Napoleon's Army.

    ... I could upgrade to 500+ samples, but then ... I would probably match a Gorilla :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    I emphasize samples that resemble the bulk of my ancestry, though I also post some of the more distant samples, which I consider not very important, but they're there for some reason.

    ... not all, but stories passed down in families originate from some events, or rumors based on those events.
    I find these stories interesting, ... even those linked to Napoleon's Army.

    ... I could upgrade to 500+ samples, but then ... I would probably match a Gorilla :)
    "You share 50 percent of your DNA with each of your parents. But with bananas, we share about 50 percent of our genes, which turns out to be only about 1 percent of our DNA," emails Mike Francis, a Ph. D.

    https://science.howstuffworks.com/li...ercent%20of,D.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Duarte View Post
    "You share 50 percent of your DNA with each of your parents. But with bananas, we share about 50 percent of our genes, which turns out to be only about 1 percent of our DNA," emails Mike Francis, a Ph. D.

    https://science.howstuffworks.com/li...ercent%20of,D.



    we ate bananas before playing Soccer to prevent Cramps :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    I emphasize samples that resemble the bulk of my ancestry, though I also post some of the more distant samples, which I consider not very important, but they're there for some reason.

    ... not all, but stories passed down in families originate from some events, or rumors based on those events.
    I find these stories interesting, ... even those linked to Napoleon's Army.

    ... I could upgrade to 500+ samples, but then ... I would probably match a Gorilla :)
    I assure you that with a gorilla you are not going to match because we do not have their samples in MTA. lol


    There are people who are making sense of a familiar fact and not only by oral tradition but totally verified with the latest MTA samples and there it was, in that 500 and a half and thanks to MTA since other companies had not shown it at least until today.

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    Updating my queue


    549. Viking Invader Ridgeway Hill England

    998 AD - Genetic Distance: 24.92 - VK261
    Pict + Saxon (2.167)

    550. Neolithic Orkney Islands
    3220 BC - Genetic Distance: 24.94 - I7554
    Etruscan + Balari (4.77)

    551. Viking Denmark Odense
    1058 AD - Genetic Distance: 24.97 - G507
    Viking Danish (Genetic match)

    552. Germanic Tribe Spreitenbach CWC Switzerland
    2660 BC - Genetic Distance: 24.98 - MX190
    Celt + Ostrogoth (2.61)

    553. Pre-Slav Medieval Poland
    950 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.0 - PCA133_Niemcza19
    Gallo-Roman + Thracian (16.05)

    554. Celtic Medieval Denmark
    1250 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.02 - G658
    Viking Icelandic + Celt (3.476)

    555. Celtic Briton Gladiator York
    250 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.02 - 6DRIF-23
    Celt (4.685)

    556. Viking Age Gotland Kopparsvik Sweden
    975 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.04 - VK468
    Viking Danish + Saxon (2.219)

    557. Late Medieval Duomo San Nicola Sardinia
    1450 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.04 - SNN001
    Phoenician + Balari (13.79)

    558. North Sea Medieval Denmark
    1250 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.05 - G417
    Viking Icelandic + Saxon (5.879)

    559. Medieval Denmark
    1315 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.11 - G943b
    Scythian + Boii (10.77)

    560. Bronze Age Czech Moravska Nova Ves
    2100 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.13 - I5044
    Celt + Belgae (3.685)

    561. Medieval Denmark
    1250 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.15 - G24
    Saxon + Frank (4.389)

    562. Bronze Age Female Haunstetten Germany
    2030 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.17 - POST_99
    Celt + Alemanni (5.151)

    563. Neolithic Scotland
    3220 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.21 - I7554
    Etruscan + Balari (5.906)

    564. Iron Age Besenyszog Hungary
    180 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.21 - I20752
    Celt + Vascones (7.71)

    565. Bell Beaker Amesbury
    2250 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.22 - I2566
    Celt + Ostrogoth (7.015)

    566. Viking St. Brice Massacre Oxford
    1002 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.23 - VK166
    Viking Norwegian + Frank (3.825)

    567. Medieval Netherlands Plague II
    1360 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.24 - Ber45
    Celt + Frank (3.473)

    568. Late Roman Empire Crypta Balbi
    500 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.25 - R107
    Roman (Genetic match)

    569. Celtic Gladiator York
    250 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.25 - 6DRIF-21
    Viking Icelandic + Frank (5.366)

    570. Early Bronze Age Northern England
    1750 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.25 - I6680
    Celt (4.482)

    571. Crusader Knight Tuscan / Lebanon
    1250 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.27 - SI-53
    Crusader (Genetic match)

    572. Crusader Knight Tuscan / Lebanon
    1250 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.37 - SI-41
    Crusader (Genetic match)

    573. Neolithic Villedubert France
    2780 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.38 - PEI2
    Iberian + Balari (1.735)

    574. Proto-Celtic Bronze Age Wehringen
    2240 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.38 - WEHR_1192SkA
    Celt + Saxon (2.881)

    575. Copper Age Alburg-Lerchenhaid Straubing Bavaria
    2225 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.39 - I3600
    Vandal + Ostrogoth (1.638)




    Having them, who would be without any of the parties?




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    ... never mind, ... deleted
    Last edited by Salento; 18-01-21 at 07:59.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    Updating my queue


    549. Viking Invader Ridgeway Hill England

    998 AD - Genetic Distance: 24.92 - VK261
    Pict + Saxon (2.167)

    550. Neolithic Orkney Islands
    3220 BC - Genetic Distance: 24.94 - I7554
    Etruscan + Balari (4.77)

    551. Viking Denmark Odense
    1058 AD - Genetic Distance: 24.97 - G507
    Viking Danish (Genetic match)

    552. Germanic Tribe Spreitenbach CWC Switzerland
    2660 BC - Genetic Distance: 24.98 - MX190
    Celt + Ostrogoth (2.61)

    553. Pre-Slav Medieval Poland
    950 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.0 - PCA133_Niemcza19
    Gallo-Roman + Thracian (16.05)

    554. Celtic Medieval Denmark
    1250 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.02 - G658
    Viking Icelandic + Celt (3.476)

    555. Celtic Briton Gladiator York
    250 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.02 - 6DRIF-23
    Celt (4.685)

    556. Viking Age Gotland Kopparsvik Sweden
    975 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.04 - VK468
    Viking Danish + Saxon (2.219)

    557. Late Medieval Duomo San Nicola Sardinia
    1450 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.04 - SNN001
    Phoenician + Balari (13.79)

    558. North Sea Medieval Denmark
    1250 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.05 - G417
    Viking Icelandic + Saxon (5.879)

    559. Medieval Denmark
    1315 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.11 - G943b
    Scythian + Boii (10.77)

    560. Bronze Age Czech Moravska Nova Ves
    2100 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.13 - I5044
    Celt + Belgae (3.685)

    561. Medieval Denmark
    1250 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.15 - G24
    Saxon + Frank (4.389)

    562. Bronze Age Female Haunstetten Germany
    2030 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.17 - POST_99
    Celt + Alemanni (5.151)

    563. Neolithic Scotland
    3220 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.21 - I7554
    Etruscan + Balari (5.906)

    564. Iron Age Besenyszog Hungary
    180 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.21 - I20752
    Celt + Vascones (7.71)

    565. Bell Beaker Amesbury
    2250 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.22 - I2566
    Celt + Ostrogoth (7.015)

    566. Viking St. Brice Massacre Oxford
    1002 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.23 - VK166
    Viking Norwegian + Frank (3.825)

    567. Medieval Netherlands Plague II
    1360 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.24 - Ber45
    Celt + Frank (3.473)

    568. Late Roman Empire Crypta Balbi
    500 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.25 - R107
    Roman (Genetic match)

    569. Celtic Gladiator York
    250 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.25 - 6DRIF-21
    Viking Icelandic + Frank (5.366)

    570. Early Bronze Age Northern England
    1750 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.25 - I6680
    Celt (4.482)

    571. Crusader Knight Tuscan / Lebanon
    1250 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.27 - SI-53
    Crusader (Genetic match)

    572. Crusader Knight Tuscan / Lebanon
    1250 AD - Genetic Distance: 25.37 - SI-41
    Crusader (Genetic match)

    573. Neolithic Villedubert France
    2780 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.38 - PEI2
    Iberian + Balari (1.735)

    574. Proto-Celtic Bronze Age Wehringen
    2240 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.38 - WEHR_1192SkA
    Celt + Saxon (2.881)

    575. Copper Age Alburg-Lerchenhaid Straubing Bavaria
    2225 BC - Genetic Distance: 25.39 - I3600
    Vandal + Ostrogoth (1.638)




    Having them, who would be without any of the parties?




    that statue represents the Lycian people of SW Asia Minor
    Fathers mtdna ... T2b17
    Grandfather mtdna ... T1a1e
    Sons mtdna ... K1a4
    Mum paternal line ... R1b-S8172
    Grandmum paternal side ... I1-Y33791
    Wife paternal line ... R1a-Z282

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    @torzio

    Here in the West I am more used to seeing eagles on national flags, current, old e.t.c. even when I have traveled to other countries. In the shields of surnames maybe you see more good mammals in the shield of the flag of Andalusia also there are two lions, but a mythological bug is not often seen as representative of some place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    @torzio

    Here in the West I am more used to seeing eagles on national flags, current, old e.t.c. even when I have traveled to other countries. In the shields of surnames maybe you see more good mammals in the shield of the flag of Andalusia also there are two lions, but a mythological bug is not often seen as representatOnly because the White House was around the cornerive of some place.
    sometimes animal symbols come out of nothing,

    ... a bunch of tourists taking pictures of a White Squirrel, ...
    and one of them said it was a symbol of the United States of America, just because the White House was around the corner






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    I haven't changed much in the last 2,000 years,

    ... I still hang out once in a while where the world's power players are :)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    sometimes animal symbols come out of nothing,

    ... a bunch of tourists taking pictures of a White Squirrel, ...
    and one of them said it was a symbol of the United States of America, just because the White House was around the corner






    The symbolism that could be thought of is that there has been a theft from the White House.

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    Medieval Age map vs 1850 Chieti Genetic Group:




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    Kit Carlos

    vs Kit: Late Roman Empire Crypta Balbi (R107)




    Kit: Late Roman Empire Crypta Balbi (R107) vs Kit: Etruscan Civitavecchia (R473)


    Last edited by Carlos; 20-01-21 at 22:20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post




    Kit Carlos

    vs Kit: Late Roman Empire Crypta Balbi (R107)




    Kit: Late Roman Empire Crypta Balbi (R107) vs Kit: Etruscan Civitavecchia (R473)


    R107 Late Roman Empire Crypta Balbi

    ... plots with Puglia / Abruzzo - I think.



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    At Deep Dive I have the R105


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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    At Deep Dive I have the R105

    R105 and R107 could be related (chrome 8 - 20), someone in their family looked like a mix of you and me, ... he was obviously a Strong Good Looking Genius :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    R105 and R107 could be related (chrome 8 - 20), someone in their family looked like a mix of you and me, ... he was obviously a Strong Good Looking Genius :)
    Without a doubt, a unique and exceptional being hated by a few and loved by many.

    R105 vs R107




    My chromatic. Perhaps nature will never have such a magnificent opportunity again.



    On chromosome 8 I have an Iberian and Celtic group and on chromosome 20 I have a Gallo Roman

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    Without a doubt, a unique and exceptional being hated by a few and loved by many.

    R105 vs R107




    My chromatic. Perhaps nature will never have such a magnificent opportunity again.



    On chromosome 8 I have an Iberian and Celtic group and on chromosome 20 I have a Gallo Roman
    R107 on chrome 20 and 8

    Chr. 20 :



    Chr. 8 Village :


    Gallo Roman SZ28:

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    Gallo Roman closest Group
    ... not, ... but what do I know ...







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    ... Chrome sharing:
    Latin R437 + two Central Romans + two Foggia VK:



    Chrome Sharing:
    Central Roman CL36 + Hellenic Roman SZ40

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    Loaded my sons data


    1. Protovillanovia Martinsicuro
    930 BC - Genetic Distance: 4.445 - R1
    Top 99 % match vs all users



    2. Central Roman
    630 AD - Genetic Distance: 5.549 - CL36 ?
    Top 99 % match vs all users



    3. Central Roman
    590 AD - Genetic Distance: 6.369 - SZ43
    Top 99 % match vs all users



    4. Central Roman
    590 AD - Genetic Distance: 7.084 - SZ36
    Top 99 % match vs all users



    5. Gallo-Roman
    590 AD - Genetic Distance: 7.479 - SZ28 ?
    Top 99 % match vs all users



    6. North Roman Warrior
    590 AD - Genetic Distance: 8.056 - NS3c
    Top 99 % match vs all users



    7. Tivoli Palace Late Renaissance
    1650 AD - Genetic Distance: 8.27 - R970
    Top 99 % match vs all users



    8. Roman Outlier Lombard Grave
    590 AD - Genetic Distance: 8.306 - SZ37
    Top 99 % match vs all users



    9. Avar Szolad Hungary
    700 AD - Genetic Distance: 8.516 - SZ1
    Top 99 % match vs all users



    10. Illyrian / Dalmatian
    1200 BC - Genetic Distance: 8.625 - I3313
    Top 99 % match vs all users



    11. Scythian Southern Moldova
    290 BC - Genetic Distance: 8.921 - scy197b
    Top 99 % match vs all users



    12. Roman/Illyrian Celio Military Hospital
    500 AD - Genetic Distance: 9.056 - R36
    Top 99 % match vs all users



    13. Scythian Southern Moldova
    270 BC - Genetic Distance: 9.109 - scy192
    Top 99 % match vs all users





    Roman + Illyrian (3.211)
    Gaul + Roman (4.018)
    Gallo-Roman + Roman (4.365)
    Al-Andalus + Roman (5.322)
    Roman (5.549)
    Gallo-Roman + Illyrian (7.168)
    Gallo-Roman (7.479)
    Illyrian (8.625)


    others beyond 13.00


    mine below

    Roman + Illyrian (5.912)
    Gallo-Roman + Roman (6.381)
    Gaul + Roman (6.586)
    Gaul + Roman Hispania (6.926)
    Gaul + Gallo-Roman (7.254)
    Gallo-Roman (7.332)
    Illyrian (8.937)
    Roman (9.695)
    Gaul (11.97)
    Roman Hispania (13.23)


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    ... matching post #3425 (Torzio) ... from my deep dive ‘Genetic Social Groups’ ... meet some of my ancient cousins :)


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