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    Mtdna from medieval England and Denmark pre, during, post black death

    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/...002/ajpa.23820

    all mtdna in england and denmark list in supplemental tables in the bottom of the page of the first link


    P.S
    this is exciting for me because it is the first time i see my mtdna
    { in this case in early medieval 1050-1250 Denmark }

    https://i.imgur.com/ABTmtne.png

    Nordby (FHM 3970)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nordby

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    Ah! I have a couple of J1c2 cousins, one in England and one in Denmark. Mine is from Ireland, though.

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    Congratulations man 😉
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    Mediveal era is not realy ancient but it is still cool 😎
    and even more interesting to see which mtdna types shows up in England and Denmark at this period.

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