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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    Ancient Origins

    Stuttgart, Loschbour, La Brana 1, Motala, Ötzi, Linear Pottery Culture, Corded Ware, Yamnaya (Steppe).




    we are different , even though we have from the same ydna branch

    Fathers mtdna T2b17
    Grandfather mtdna T1a1e
    Sons mtdna K1a4o
    Mum paternal line R1b-S8172
    Grandmum paternal side I1d1-P109
    Wife paternal line R1a-Z282

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    Quote Originally Posted by torzio View Post
    we are different , even though we have from the same ydna branch

    ...... ???

    I think you’re the different.

    I’m a Leccese! (LUPIAE)




    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lecce




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    Quote Originally Posted by torzio View Post
    we are different , even though we have from the same ydna branch

    Maybe it’s just my impression, but some of the remarks you make, show how much you resent the fact that Z19945 it’s not unique to the NW/NE.

    imo is bc of the possibility that I shattered the hypothesis of an Alpine Origin of the hg.

    I never told you why I tested twice for CTS1848.
    I really thought FTDNA made a mistake the first time when it came back negative, so I did it again with YSeq.

    You seem very proud of your Ancestry, just remember that you are also part of my Ancestry the next time you make a strange remark.

    I'm proud of my Ancestry too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    Maybe it’s just my impression, but some of the remarks you make, show how much you resent the fact that Z19945 it’s not unique to the NW/NE.

    imo is bc of the possibility that I shattered the hypothesis of an Alpine Origin of the hg.

    I never told you why I tested twice for CTS1848.
    I really thought FTDNA made a mistake the first time when it came back negative, so I did it again with YSeq.

    You seem very proud of your Ancestry, just remember that you are also part of my Ancestry the next time you make a strange remark.

    I'm proud of my Ancestry too.
    i am confused by your comment ....................I do not care where my marker comes from, but I believe that before the medieval period, it would be virtually impossible to place any marker with any ethnicity.

    italian, alpine, slav, iberian , greek, albanian, british , central asian, whatever .....I care little .............I found that too many people assume too many different places and a very high percentage are wrong ........if you have an idea where you came from, fine, happy, I will not question you

    in regards to CTS1848 .............even after doing y700 and it shows , twice I am negative for it, they ( ftdna ) still want me to purchase a test for it ............btw, yfull, also state I am negative

    too conclude, for me...I think T began on the east side of the caspian sea

    kind regards

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    I Wasn’t talking about the main T, but thanks for sharing.

    ... was just an impression.

    ... regards :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salento View Post
    I Wasn’t talking about the main T, but thanks for sharing.

    ... was just an impression.

    ... regards :)
    In regards to Z19945

    I only state where ftdna say it comes from..............in the past year it has
    Jura caves in north switzerland, then

    east of modern Bordeaux in france
    and now
    in savoyard province in france

    no date is given ..................only yfull says z19945 began in 1460 BC

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