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    new cities added in myheritage for myself in the past 24 hours

    Fathers mtdna ... T2b17
    Grandfather mtdna ... T1a1e
    Sons mtdna ... K1a4p
    Mum paternal line ... R1b-S8172
    Grandmum paternal side ... I1-CTS6397
    Wife paternal line ... R1a-Z282

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    I think mine hasn't changed.

    ... Chieti (Abruzzo) goes from the Dolomites to Etna :)



    Lecce timeline:


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    ... update:

    Lecce (Salento) x 5

    ... (it makes sense, ... it's my birthplace)


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    My genetic groups are Greeks, Romanians, Bulgarians and Eastern Europeans (Ukranians, Belarussians), with confidence levels of High, medium, low and low which is surprising to me since I expected people from Bulgaria to be closer than people from Romania. Now my mtdna u51b is prevalent in Siberia, Romania, Bulgaria (6.4%) and surprisingly in Greece (3.1%) and Italy (3.1%). I just found out that a rare BRCA1 mutation (exon 20 deletion that is shared by my two sisters and my mother is almost exclusively found amongst West Germans closest to the Netherlands and the Dutch themselves. Amazing but what is the connection? U5a1b is 2% of German mtdna. Is the mutation farther back in time or is it in historical time? Ostrogoths? Germanic mercenaries? Germanic palace guards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by torzio View Post
    Of course , what are you trying to say

    a lot of Christian names became surnames in the veneto and I assume other regions

    Santolin ..........from santo
    Bortolin ..........from bortolo ( meo )
    Michielin ..........from Michiel ( michele )
    Guidolin ........from Guido

    others went down the surname endings with either, ato, otto, igo, acco, er, in, and a few others

    Mare and Pare is mother and father in venetian

    or the less formal , mama and papa are used for parents

    Madre and Padre are used solely for the religious side as in nuns and priests

    i ending surnames do not originally exist in the Veneto ...........they are either due to other italian migrating or later in the 18th century being used to replace the term detto ( some say ) ...........so you would have a town with very many of the same surnames , so originally detto used
    eg ......Zaia detto stival ...........Stival ( boot maker ).......this Zaia family was the ones known as boot makers ..................or you could have Zen detto Ros , either this Zen family had red hair or married with the Ros family
    the i came into effect to represent many or another form to replace detto

    Are names ending in -OTTI from the Veneto, eg CHELOTTI?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vallicanus View Post
    Are names ending in -OTTI from the Veneto, eg CHELOTTI?

    Otti endings are lombard

    Otto endings are Veneto and Pordenone ( friuli ) who was always Veneto until between 1820-1870 when the border was moved.

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