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    18. Morisco Andalusia Iberia (1550 AD) (16.63) - I7425

    Roman Hispania /
    Illyrian /Roman

    Ancient Group
    Roman Hispania + Illyrian (5.968)

    Roman Hispania + Roman (8.013)
    Roman Hispania (9.593)
    Roman (11.46)
    Illyrian (11.6)

    Similar Samples
    Early Medieval Iberia Granada (500 AD) (7.885)
    Medieval Iberian Valencia (1100 AD) (8.926)
    Late Roman Iberia Granada (650 AD) (9.593)
    Late Roman Iberia Granada (500 AD) (10.99)
    Medieval Iberian Valencia (1200 AD) (11.07)

    Modern Group
    1. Spanish_Extremadura (10.02)
    2. North_Italian (10.14)
    3. Spanish_Murcia (10.85)
    4. Portuguese (11.16)
    5. Spanish_Andalucia (11.81)
    6. Tuscan (12.58)
    7. Spanish_Castilla_Y_Leon (12.84)
    8. Spanish_Galicia (12.90)




    Comparison of my kit with Moorish Granada. I do not get anything with anyone with that one plus one so I have to look for life.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovialis View Post
    30x coverage of whole-genome sequencing will show even more. That's the "gold standard" of medical and academic DNA testing. This is why people should take genotyping consumer genomics, with a grain of salt. The lack of SNPs impacts the algorthim's interpretation of results. It is like trying to read a book with random pages torn out, or sentences omitted. Right now Dante Labs offers that, but it is still a bit pricey.
    Full genome sequencing it's not cheap, but what about 3rd party compatibility?

    Dante Labs $599 (RawData + Gen. Diseases)

    Helix $499 (RawData only)

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    Superkit in AncestryDNA format:

    Hellenic Roman + Roman (5.803)
    Ancient Greek + Hellenic Roman (7.635)
    Hellenic Roman (8.423)
    Roman (13.58)
    Ancient Greek (14.4)

    Superkit in FTDNA format:

    Hellenic Roman + Roman (5.815)
    Ancient Greek + Hellenic Roman (7.665)
    Hellenic Roman (8.412)
    Roman (13.58)
    Ancient Greek (14.43)

    Both give me 0.67 cM for Mycenean I9033

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    Full genome sequencing it's not cheap, but what about 3rd party compatibility?

    Dante Labs $599 (RawData + Gen. Diseases)

    Helix $499 (RawData only)
    MytrueAncestry is compatible with it, and I think Gedmatch as well. But I'm sure in the coming years, all of the consumer genomic testing companies will make the change from genotyping to sequencing, once it is cost efficient.

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    ^^Now that Geno 2.0 is going out of business, I hope Helix gets a new "flagship" ancestry test. We're already sequenced through them, but their platform does not have a test that fully utilize the information they have.

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    I have also found this conclusion of the author of the article:

    Definitely. From the humble opinion of a fan of ancient history there was a town with a different culture to the Celtic and the Iberian that inhabited our peninsula from the final bronze, without ruling out that it was already there from time immemorial. This town was mixed with the Iberian and Celtic in subsequent invasions losing part of their identity, thus hindering the work of researchers.
    Archaeologists and historians have a difficult subject pending with Ilirios and Ligures. Let's hope for new results in the meantime.

    http://hispanosenguerra.blogspot.com...y-ligures.html



    After seeing this map everything must be more complex than what has been sold to date.

    Maps of my mitochondrial DNA and DNA



    5. Illyrian / Dalmatia (1200 BC) (10.8)

    Similar Samples
    Medieval Iberian (670 AD) (6.456)

    Medieval Piedmont (670 AD) (7.049)
    Iberian / Piedmont (670 AD) (7.332)
    Gallo-Roman (590 AD) (7.422)
    Medieval Iberian Valencia (1100 AD) (9.028)

    Modern Groups
    1. Spanish_Extremadura (6.749)
    2. Spanish_Murcia (6.887)
    3. Spanish_Cataluna (6.957)
    4. Spanish_Castilla_Y_Leon (7.206)
    5. Spanish_Andalucia (7.233)
    6. Spanish_Valencia (7.494)
    7. North_Italian (7.731)
    8. Spanish_Castilla_La_Mancha (7.798)




    I have Illyrians just at the same time as the bronze of Portugal 1600 BC (by the way Duarte I have bronze Portugal and you do not lol) and then in 1200 BC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    I have also found this conclusion of the author of the article:

    Definitely. From the humble opinion of a fan of ancient history there was a town with a different culture to the Celtic and the Iberian that inhabited our peninsula from the final bronze, without ruling out that it was already there from time immemorial. This town was mixed with the Iberian and Celtic in subsequent invasions losing part of their identity, thus hindering the work of researchers.
    Archaeologists and historians have a difficult subject pending with Ilirios and Ligures. Let's hope for new results in the meantime.

    http://hispanosenguerra.blogspot.com...y-ligures.html



    After seeing this map everything must be more complex than what has been sold to date.

    Maps of my mitochondrial DNA and DNA



    5. Illyrian / Dalmatia (1200 BC) (10.8)

    Similar Samples
    Medieval Iberian (670 AD) (6.456)

    Medieval Piedmont (670 AD) (7.049)
    Iberian / Piedmont (670 AD) (7.332)
    Gallo-Roman (590 AD) (7.422)
    Medieval Iberian Valencia (1100 AD) (9.028)

    Modern Groups
    1. Spanish_Extremadura (6.749)
    2. Spanish_Murcia (6.887)
    3. Spanish_Cataluna (6.957)
    4. Spanish_Castilla_Y_Leon (7.206)
    5. Spanish_Andalucia (7.233)
    6. Spanish_Valencia (7.494)
    7. North_Italian (7.731)
    8. Spanish_Castilla_La_Mancha (7.798)




    I have Illyrians just at the same time as the bronze of Portugal 1600 BC (by the way Duarte I have bronze Portugal and you do not lol) and then in 1200 BC.
    Hello Carlos.
    I do not know why these Portuguese of the Bronze Age do not appear in my ancestral timeline, because I have the connection below with them in the "Deep Dive":




    Maybe MTA believes they are not important, I do not know. LOL .
    Hugs dear friend.
    “Às vezes ouço passar o vento; e só de ouvir o vento passar, vale a pena ter nascido”.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovialis View Post
    Superkit in AncestryDNA format:

    Hellenic Roman + Roman (5.803)
    Ancient Greek + Hellenic Roman (7.635)
    Hellenic Roman (8.423)
    Roman (13.58)
    Ancient Greek (14.4)

    Superkit in FTDNA format:

    Hellenic Roman + Roman (5.815)
    Ancient Greek + Hellenic Roman (7.665)
    Hellenic Roman (8.412)
    Roman (13.58)
    Ancient Greek (14.43)

    Both give me 0.67 cM for Mycenean I9033
    Which of these 2 formats do you think is better.

    My last SuperKit is the DNA-KS 23 default.

    I downloaded the latest DNA Kit Studio version,
    But I haven't installed it yet.

    ... v2.6
    Added MTDNA prediction for RAW files, VCF files and Yoruban Fixed RAW Analysis with new FTDNA files ...

    http://dnagenics.com/dna-kit-studio/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    Which of these 2 formats do you think is better.

    My last SuperKit is the DNA-KS 23 default.

    I downloaded the latest DNA Kit Studio version,
    But I haven't installed it yet.

    ... v2.6
    Added MTDNA prediction for RAW files, VCF files and Yoruban Fixed RAW Analysis with new FTDNA files ...

    http://dnagenics.com/dna-kit-studio/
    For MTA, these formats are pretty equal. They were both made with DNA kit studio. They also work the best with Admixture Studio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovialis View Post
    For MTA, these formats are pretty equal. They were both made with DNA kit studio. They also work the best with Admixture Studio.
    I used DNA kit studio too.

    MTA 23 issue: Did you convert the 23andme v5 RawData in-to other formats, And if you did, did you get better results?

    ... too many questions :) That’s the last one.

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    Here is a GIF of my Euro Timelapes Map.

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    My GIF Euro Timelapses and yours are almost identical.





    Mycenaeans from Ancestry RawD:



    Hellenic Roman + Roman (7.219)

    Ancient Greek + Roman (8.144)
    Hellenic Roman (10.14)
    Roman (12.8)
    Ancient Greek (14.73)
    Last edited by Salento; 06-06-19 at 07:33. Reason: Mycenaeans spellings and ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    I used DNA kit studio too.

    MTA 23 issue: Did you convert the 23andme v5 RawData in-to other formats, And if you did, did you get better results?

    ... too many questions :) That’s the last one.
    I haven't tried it yet.

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    Can't post a map due to not having written enough posts, however, mine looks more or less exactly like Dibrans. The only difference being that I've got some Ostrogoth.

    Your closest genetic modern populations...


    1. Kosovan (5.285)
    2. Greek (5.314)
    3. Bulgarian (9.507)
    4. Greek_Thessaly (9.633)
    5. Tuscan (9.906)
    6. Italian_Abruzzo (11.06)
    7. West_Sicilian (11.42)
    8. Central_Greek (12.05)
    Your closest Ancient populations...

    Roman

    RomansHellenic RomansGallo-Romans


    Roman (7.701)
    Gallo-Roman + Hellenic Roman (8.834)
    Hellenic Roman + Roman (9.917)
    Hellenic Roman (13.58)
    Gallo-Roman (14.74)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jovialis View Post
    I haven't tried it yet.
    23andme v5 converted to Ancestry format

    2 extra deep dive samples, the rest is almost all the same.

    23 v5 to Ancestry Deep Dive

    Central Roman 590 AD SZ32
    Illyrian / Dalmatia 1600 BC I4332
    Thracian Bulgaria 450 BC I5769
    Mycenaean 1350 BC I9006
    Mycenaean 1350 BC I9041
    Minoan 2000 BC I0071
    Copper Age Anatolia 3800 BC I0184
    Bronze Age Armenia 1500 BC Rise397
    Hittite Anatolia 1675 BC MA2200
    Hittite Anatolia 1875 BC MA2206
    Canaanite 1600 BC ERS1790730
    Canaanite 1600 BC ERS1790729
    Canaanite 1600 BC ERS1790732


    Latest 23 v5 Deep Dive

    Central Roman 590 AD SZ32
    Illyrian / Dalmatia 1600 BC I4332
    Thracian Bulgaria 450 BC I5769
    Mycenaean 1350 BC I9006
    Copper Age Anatolia 3800 BC I0184
    Bronze Age Armenia 1500 BC Rise397
    Hittite Anatolia 1675 BC MA2200
    Hittite Anatolia 1875 BC MA2206
    Canaanite 1600 BC ERS1790730
    Canaanite 1600 BC ERS1790729
    Canaanite 1600 BC ERS1790732

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    Combined (Ancestry Format)

    Deep Dive

    1. Hellenic Roman (590 AD) (9.519)
    - SZ40
    2. Central Roman (590 AD) (12.52) - SZ36
    3. Hellenic Roman (670 AD) (13.24) - CL121
    4. Central Roman / Mixed (590 AD) (13.26) - SZ19
    5. Hellenic Roman / Cretan (670 AD) (13.54) - CL38

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    New Combined 23 Format
    (small Deep Dive difference)


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    IMG_0759.JPGI looked at mine again...I share DNA with Celtic/Viking Iceland 1000AD...hey I could be Bjork's brotherAttachment 11132
    Last edited by Joey37; 10-06-19 at 14:16.

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    MyTrueAncestry Team Message:

    New Samples Added: More Mummies, Carthaginians and Phoenicians.
    - New 12th Dynasty Mummies!
    Meet Khnum-Nakht and Nekht-Ankh. Are you related?

    - Carthaginians and Phoenicians added. See if you share ancestry with these ancient peoples!

    In my specific case there appeared a match with Carthaginians of Ibiza:


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    ^^

    Apparently he had European ancestry. We had a concept of those ancient ethnic groups as if they were pure and really those that were transformed when they contacted Europe were them. WHG


    46. Carthaginian Ibiza (270 BC) (22.14)
    - MS10614 (Click for more info)
    Ancient GroupModern GroupSimiliar SamplesResearch Link
    Roman Iberia Granada (300 AD) (13.84)
    Neolithic Ireland (3200 BC) (14.23)
    Neolithic Orkney Islands (3220 BC) (14.75)
    Early Medieval Iberia Granada (760 AD) (15.24)
    Neolithic Orkney Islands (3250 BC) (15.74)

    1. Spanish_Andalucia (16.10)
    2. Spanish_Aragon (17.13)
    3. Spanish_Castilla_La_Mancha (17.62)
    4. Spanish_Valencia (17.72)
    5. Spanish_Cantabria (19.47)
    6. Southwest_French (19.75)
    7. Spanish_Murcia (19.85)
    8. Spanish_Extremadura (20.14)


    Compare New. How is it used?


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    About “Compare New”

    I suppose it works best with the Kits of two different people.

    It compares 2 different kits.

    For example:

    - You can compare yourself and your brother and see the differences on a map

    - You can compare yourself using your RawData of 2 different companies, but I doubt you’ll see much differences (you’ll probably get almost all green dots)

    - a Parent can compare with the children (One at a time)

    - and so on.

    About the New Samples:
    I don't have any of the New Samples in my results!

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    Ancient DNA study finds Phoenician from Carthage had European ancestry






    A research team co-led by a scientist at New Zealand's University of Otago has sequenced the first complete mitochondrial genome of a 2500-year-old Phoenician dubbed the "Young Man of Byrsa" or "Ariche".

    This is the first ancient DNA to be obtained from Phoenician remains and the team's analysis shows that the man belonged to a rare European haplogroup—a genetic group with a common ancestor—that likely links his maternal ancestry to locations somewhere on the North Mediterranean coast, most probably on the Iberian Peninsula.
    The findings are newly published in the prestigious international journal PLOS ONE.
    Study co-leader Professor Lisa Matisoo-Smith of the Department of Anatomy says the findings provide the earliest evidence of the European mitochondrial haplogroup U5b2cl in North Africa and date its arrival to at least the late sixth century BC.
    "U5b2cl is considered to be one of the most ancient haplogroups in Europe and is associated with hunter-gatherer populations there. It is remarkably rare in modern populations today, found in Europe at levels of less than one per cent. Interestingly, our analysis showed that Ariche's mitochondrial genetic make-up most closely matches that of the sequence of a particular modern day individual from Portugal," Professor Matisoo-Smith says.
    While the Phoenicians are thought to have originated from the area that is now Lebanon, their influence expanded across the Mediterranean and west to the Iberian Peninsula where they established settlements and trading posts. The city of Carthage in Tunisia, North Africa, was established as a Phoenician port by colonists from Lebanon and became the centre for later Phoenician (Punic) trade.
    The researchers analysed the mitochondrial DNA of 47 modern Lebanese people and found none were of the U5b2cl lineage.
    Previous research has found that U5b2cl was present in two ancient hunter-gatherers recovered from an archaeological site in north-western Spain, she says.
    "While a wave of farming peoples from the Near East replaced these hunter-gatherers, some of their lineages may have persisted longer in the far south of the Iberian peninsula and on off-shore islands and were then transported to the melting pot of Carthage in North Africa via Phoenician and Punic trade networks."
    Professor Matisoo-Smith says Phoenician culture and trade had a significant impact on Western civilisation. For example, they introduced the first alphabetic writing system.
    "However, we still know little about the Phoenicians themselves, except for the likely biased accounts by their Roman and Greek rivals—hopefully our findings and other continuing research will cast further light on the origins and impact of Phoenician peoples and their culture," she says.




    https://phys.org/news/2016-05-ancien...-european.html

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