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    Question Premyslid Dynasty Y-DNA

    So it seems that the Premyslid dynasty was R1b1a2a1a2c1b1b1a3a1 (which is apparently under "Insular Celtic" R1b-L21 ):

    https://ct24.ceskatelevize.cz/domaci...hi_XZ90dfjjrEQ

    ^^^ Screenshot from the video which can be found in the link above:



    ^^^ Is it this subclade or not?: https://www.yfull.com/tree/R-S5982/

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    I guess it goes to show the Celtic link between Bohemia and Britain.

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    I wouldn't make any claims quite yet, they have noted that it's possible that PEC2,5 and 8 have group calls affected by low numbers of mapping on the Y-chromosome. That's reflected with PEC1 and 4 with that extremely basal haplogroup call of HIJK.

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    TMRCA of this purported Premyslid subclade is ca. 1850 years before present according to YFull, already in the Common Era:

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/R-S5982/

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    Very curious, as the only continental European samples per YFull are in Denmark and Italy. In the Eupedia map L21 is only present in the southwestern Czech Republic.

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    I think Denmark has some Celtic Y-DNA because the Cimbri were a Celtic enclave, according to David Faux at least:

    https://historum.com/threads/cimbri-...id-faux.63133/

    http://www.davidkfaux.org/Cimbri-Chronology.pdf

    http://www.davidkfaux.org/files/Belg...ain_R-U152.pdf

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    The cimbri in North-italy only arrived from the bavarian alps into Italy circa 1000AD

    http://laboratoriobagolini.it/ricerc...ethods?lang=en

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