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Hey you're lucky, my closest match-and it's below 3, so it is really close-lived three thousand years ago near Prague. Unetice culture, foundation of the German and Celtic peoples, whom I am descended from in majority.
 
Hello there, here are my top 20 closest matches and Deep Dives Result. :)

1. Frankish / Hungary
590 AD - Genetic Distance: 3.448 - SZ38 ?
2. Bell Beaker England

2150 BC - Genetic Distance: 4.772 - I1767
3. Viking Denmark Revshale
1080 AD - Genetic Distance: 5.225 - Revshale16
4. Germanic Lombard
590 AD - Genetic Distance: 5.92 - SZ42
5. Ollsjo Battleaxe Sweden
2860 BC - Genetic Distance: 5.959 - oll007
6. Celtic Briton Gladiator York
250 AD - Genetic Distance: 6.043 - 3DRIF-16
7. Post Viking Denmark Tirup
1200 AD - Genetic Distance: 6.083 - G300
8. Bronze Age Earith Cambridgeshire England
1400 BC - Genetic Distance: 6.124 - I7568
9. Bronze Age Prague Czech Kobylisy
1813 BC - Genetic Distance: 6.312 - I4888
10. Celt Hinxton Iron Age
45 BC - Genetic Distance: 6.351 - HI2
11. Danish Viking Medieval Denmark
1150 AD - Genetic Distance: 6.496 - G57
12. Bronze Age Anselfingen Germany
2325 BC - Genetic Distance: 6.613 - MX259
13. Post Viking Denmark Odense
1250 AD - Genetic Distance: 6.699 - G48
14. Scotland Late Bronze Age
900 BC - Genetic Distance: 6.805 - I2861
15. Gaelic Settler Viking Iceland
935 AD - Genetic Distance: 6.829 - ORE-A1
16. Bronze Age Orkney Islands
1750 BC - Genetic Distance: 6.862 - I2981
17. Bell Beaker Amesbury
2150 BC - Genetic Distance: 6.911 - I5512
18. Viking Celtic Boat Burial Iceland
925 AD - Genetic Distance: 6.942 - VDP-A6
19. Danish Gaelic Viking Iceland
935 AD - Genetic Distance: 6.963 - SSG-A2
20. Zerniki Wielkie Bronze Age Poland
2175 BC - Genetic Distance: 7.208 - I6583



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VK534: Foggia (Puglia) Italy


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... Apulians:

Viking VK534 (Foggia) vs Salento
(credit to @LuKas)


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Foggia VK dodecad k7:
https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threa...Team-WIP/page4?p=613315&viewfull=1#post613315

Very cool Salento (y)

THX @mlucas. The VKK538 seems to be from Northern Italy and is, of all of them, the one that comes closest to me. Probably Northern Italians have an excellent match with him, much better than mine, I think.

Distance to:Duarte
10.02538279VK538
21.29017614VK536
25.24137080VK537
26.96225510VK535
28.92681282VK534


Distance to:VK538
4.70458287N_Italian
5.03478897Romanians
5.18816923Bulgarians
6.22471686Bulgarian
7.04323079North_Italian
8.69051782O_Italian
11.02973708Tuscan
11.08598665TSI30
11.28741334Baleares
12.11889846Extremadura
12.68996060Andalucia
12.74555217Galicia
12.75483046Murcia
12.81934866Spaniards
12.93583009Portuguese
14.43437217Cataluna
14.49858959Castilla_La_Mancha
14.54344182Castilla_Y_Leon
14.70998640Spanish
14.88387382Canarias
14.97935579Valencia
16.29168806French
16.56167564Aragon
16.60756153French
16.76457873Cantabria
 
Very cool Salento (y)

... if the Vikings went to America ... they were all Pugliesi from Foggia, Salento and Bari :grin:

.. prove me wrong :)
 
... if the Vikings went to America ... they were all Pugliesi from Foggia, Salento and Bari :grin:

.. prove me wrong :)

It’s said that Vikings to have arrived in America first than Columbus. Who knows some ancestors of these VKK Pugliesi from Foggia were not among them. :cool-v::unsure::)
 
... if the Vikings went to America ... they were all Pugliesi from Foggia, Salento and Bari :grin:

.. prove me wrong :)

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These samples are not representative for all of Puglia.

They are partly North African Saracen/Moors, I am not sure the Italian part is even from people native to Foggia. Because if they were indeed deported from Sicily, they would be medieval Sicilians with a Moorish component. Many of the Muslims that were sent to Foggia were already mixed with native Sicilians, who were taken as wives, and converted to Islam. These are probably some of their descendants. If you have some relation to one of them, it is probably broadly through the C6 component.
 
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These samples are not representative for all of Puglia.

They are partly North African Saracen/Moors, I am not sure the Italian part is even from people native to Foggia. Because if they were indeed deported from Sicily, they would be medieval Sicilians with a Moorish component. Many of the Muslims that were sent to Foggia were already mixed with native Sicilians, who were taken as wives, and converted to Islam. These are probably some of their descendants. If you have some relation to one of them, it is with probably broadly through the C6 component.
I was just having fun with VK534 :)

I knew some of the Foggia Viking samples had more N. Africa than the average Pugliese, some of us don’t get any at all, ...

EDIT:

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#107:
https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threa...rasia-By-Eupedia-Team-WIP?p=613352#post613352
 
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Dear friend Salento

I discovery today that I have a Viking cousin also. He is the Viking VK335. We both have the same y DNA, i.e., R1b-Y56490:

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Interesting :unsure:

@Duarte
Congrats for your R1b Viking cousin :cool-v:

... there’s a T1a2 Viking (VK398), he’s a cousin of mine, and Torzio too :)

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... my Late Bronze Age, Iron Age and Medieval time-lapse:

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@Duarte
Congrats for your R1b Viking cousin :cool-v:

... there’s a T1a2 Viking (VK398), he’s a cousin of mine, and Torzio too :)

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... my Late Bronze Age, Iron Age and Medieval timeline:

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Nice Salento (y) Congratulations to you and Torzio too. :)
 
@Duarte
I see you’re a match for the Foggia VK538 Viking:

.... row, row, row, your Viking boat ... :)
LoL

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... from my AncestryDNA :grin:
 
My last two VK acquisitions


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... when you read Foggia, ... Think of Puglia (Terra of Salento) :cool-v:
 
Apulian dod k12 (Salento me on Source)

... I could have made a Great Crusader Knight ... maybe I am
:grin:

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