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    1 members found this post helpful.
    If you don't base your whole identity and who you are solely on haplogroups
    it should be easy for you to accept them.

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
    R-FGC13617
    MtDNA haplogroup
    T2b1

    Ethnic group
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    Country: Greece



    I am R-L2>FGC13617 from Corfu. I tested in 2011 that's a decade ago.

    At first the experts all agreed that my paternal lineage was Roman.

    My 67STR marker test result had a few hundred 12 and about 50 25marker matches, all of them R1b-L21 British Isles, the closest matches were Welsh. No matches from Italy.

    The experts went very quiet.

    After a decade still no Italian matches.

    Only 1 R1b-L2>FGC13617 match from Herceg Novi (Montenegro) and one R1b-L2>FGC13619 match from Serbia.

    It is very strange that this branch or R1b-L2 has a STR haplotype that only matches British Isles R1b-L21 individuals at 12 and 25 markers. It is only from 37 markers that the Herceg Novi (Montenegrin) match is visible.

    The time to the MRCA calculated for FGC13617

    Measure Age (YBP)
    Mean 2369.2
    Median 2366.3
    Mode 2370.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorianfinder View Post
    I am R-L2>FGC13617 from Corfu. I tested in 2011 that's a decade ago.
    At first the experts all agreed that my paternal lineage was Roman.
    My 67STR marker test result had a few hundred 12 and about 50 25marker matches, all of them R1b-L21 British Isles, the closest matches were Welsh. No matches from Italy.
    The experts went very quiet.
    After a decade still no Italian matches.
    Only 1 R1b-L2>FGC13617 match from Herceg Novi (Montenegro) and one R1b-L2>FGC13619 match from Serbia.
    It is very strange that this branch or R1b-L2 has a STR haplotype that only matches British Isles R1b-L21 individuals at 12 and 25 markers. It is only from 37 markers that the Herceg Novi (Montenegrin) match is visible.
    The time to the MRCA calculated for FGC13617
    Measure Age (YBP)
    Mean 2369.2
    Median 2366.3
    Mode 2370.0
    Attachment 12620

    Apparently you are a real Celt

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    Quote Originally Posted by cybernautic View Post
    Apparently you are a real Celt
    How common is this line in england or ireland?

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
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    Country: Greece



    Have you done a BigY test to see what branch of R1b-L2 you belong to?

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