Classify Me/Where can I Pass

I don't think you'd look too out of place in Albania. The brachycephalic head and elongated mid-face section give a pseudo-Balkanoid look.
 
Hmm, another east med guess. Interesting. No east med recent ancestry that I know of.
I made a thread about illustrativedna but some who view this may not have seen it. I'll post my top 5 2-way modern and some ancient 2-way combinations.

Fit: 1.719​

1.​


Irish 70.7%

Italian (Aosta Valley) 29.3%


Fit: 1.734​

2.​


Irish 76.7%

Spanish (Navarre) 23.3%


Fit: 1.746​

3.​


Irish 68.8%

Swiss (French) 31.2%

Fit: 1.747

4.


Scottish 78.6%

Spanish (Navarre) 21.4%

Fit: 1.756

5.


French Occitan (Provence) 27.8%

Irish 72.2%




Iron Age:

Fit: 1.978

1.

91.3% 8.7%

Insular Celt (Parisi)

Archaic Greek (Kastrouli)


Fit: 1.985

2.

89.6% 10.4%

Insular Celt (Brigantes)​

Archaic Greek (Kastrouli)​


Fit: 2.108​

47.​


87.6% 12.4%

Insular Celt (Parisi)​

Latin (Latium)​


Fit: 2.109​

48.​


96.1% 3.9%

Insular Celt (Dobunni)​

Israelite (Megiddo)​



Roman period:

Fit: 2.044​

1.​

37.2% 62.8%

North Rhine (Merovingian Period)​

Insular Celt (Roman Period)​


Fit: 2.049​

2.​

66.6% 33.4%

Insular Celt (Roman Period)​

Gallo-Roman​


Fit: 2.192​

37.​


95.6% 4.4%

Insular Celt (Roman Period)​

Egyptian (Roman Period)​



Fit: 2.199​

38.​

94.3% 5.7%

Insular Celt (Roman Period)​

Imperial Roman (Pompeii)​


4 way:

Insular Celt (AD 100–1000) 80.2%

Germanic (AD 100–630) 9.8%

Roman Anatolia (100 BC–AD 700) 5.6%

Sardinian (AD 770–1000) 4.4%
 
British Italian or British Greek.
That's interesting because that's what 2-way ancient admix calculators like to assign. By now you've probably seen my other posts where I've linked the results in this thread.
 

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