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I wonder the equivalent. I and my dad are nearest to Roman/Ancient Greeks/Hellenic Romans. The Roman examples I am near are obviously early medieval times. I couldn't want anything more than to know whether they're on GEDMATCH for correlation.
 
[h=3]Roman Gladiators from York[/h]
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Detailed analysis of these gladiators from York revealed some fascinating results. The bones showed various degrees of wear and tear as one might expect from the dangerous sport: 6DRIF-18 revealed a spinal fracture of the first vertibrae, 6DRIF-21, 6DRIF-3, and 3DRIF-16 meanwhile have fractured forearms, ankles and wrists. 6DRIF-22 has a skull injury as well as a stab to the neck - his extra vertebrae did not seem to assist with his fate. 6DRIF-23 meanwhile had 4 cuts to his jaw and was fully decapitated - clearly not the best fate to have. Last but not least 3DRIF-26 is fascinating indeed - he had a left shoulder injury, fractured ribs, damage wrists - and from a genetic standpoint is a deviation from the rest. His background compared to ancient samples from the time period matches very close to Ptolemaic Egyptians or the Near East.

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Constantine came to Eboracum with his father, the emperor Constantius in 305 AD. After the emperor died the following July in York, the soldiers proclaimed Constantine to be their leader. Within 20 years, Emperor Constantine united the whole of the Roman Empire and would be known as Constantine the Great who did not just restore peace to the Roman Empire, but also relocated the Roman capital to the newly built Constantinople. The eventual decline of Roman Britain in the early 400s led to significant socioeconomic changes in Britain. The effect of Constantine's religious policy allowed development of Christianity in Roman Britain, which led to the first bishop of York to be named. Today there are numerous visible remains in York from this time period including a Roman Basilica, walls, a tower in the city walls and Roman baths.


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[h=6]Nordic-Celtic Gladiator York[/h]6DRIF-18 (250 AD)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: H1bs[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: R1b1a2a1a[/h]
Deep Dive Match! 88% closer than others who share this deep dive sample
Genetic Distance: 6.8641
Sample Match! 93% closer than others users
[h=6]Celtic Gladiator York[/h]6DRIF-21 (250 AD)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: J1c3e2[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: R1b1a2a1a2c2[/h]
Genetic Distance: 10.894
Sample Match! 71% closer than others users
[h=6]Celtic Briton Gladiator York[/h]6DRIF-22 (250 AD)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: H[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: R1b1a2a1a2b[/h]
(You do not match this sample)
[h=6]Celtic Briton Gladiator York[/h]6DRIF-23 (250 AD)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: H6a1b2[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: R1b1a2a1a[/h]
Genetic Distance: 8.0429
Sample Match! 95% closer than others users
[h=6]Celtic Briton Gladiator York[/h]6DRIF-3 (250 AD)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: J1b1a1[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: R1b1a2a1a1[/h]
Genetic Distance: 8.6239
Sample Match! 90% closer than others users
[h=6]Celtic Briton Gladiator York[/h]3DRIF-16 (250 AD)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: H6a1a[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: R1b1a2a1a1[/h]
Genetic Distance: 10.621
Sample Match! 71% closer than others users
[h=6]Egyptian/Near East Gladiator York[/h]3DRIF-26 (250 AD)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: H5[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: J2[/h]
(You do not match this sample
 
[h=3]Merovingian Nobles[/h]
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Niederstotzingen is one of the most famous Merovingian grave sites. A noble family of 5 males was buried together representing 3 generations. They were accompanied by their retinue and had a variety of military equipment representing very diverse cultural styles. Of the remaining 5 good samples found at the dig, 2 were likely Gallo-Roman or Byzantine retinue, one was a Slavic child, and 2 were Alemannic warriors. All the bodies were male and many showed wear and tear from combat. Among the many artifacts buried was a Byzantine helmet and armor. The armor consists of platelets known as lamellae which are laced together in rows. This type of armor typifies the broad culture found in the Merovingian realm. Many other Byzantine items were found buried amongst the family including equestrian gear and personal items. Numerous Longobard items wer also found indicating contact with the Germanic tribe settled into northern Italy.


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[h=6]Merovingian Noble[/h]NS12b (605 AD)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: X2b4[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: R1b1a2a1a1c2b2b1a1[/h]
Genetic Distance: 9.3657
Sample Match! 96% closer than others users
[h=6]Merovingian Lord[/h]NS9 (605 AD)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: X2b4[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: R1b1a2a1a1c2b2b1a1[/h]
Genetic Distance: 9.6598
Sample Match! 98% closer than others users
[h=6]Merovingian Noble[/h]NS1 (605 AD)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: K1a[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: R1b1a2a1a1c2b2b1a1[/h]
Genetic Distance: 5.7398
Sample Match! 98% closer than others users
[h=6]Young Merovingian Noble[/h]NS6 (605 AD)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: H65a[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: R1b1a2a1a1c2b2b[/h]
Genetic Distance: 7.3890
Sample Match! 87% closer than others users
[h=6]Merovingian Noble[/h]NS3a (605 AD)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: K1a[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: R1b1a2a1a1c2b2b1a1[/h]
(You do not match this sample)
 
Philip Calvert

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George Calvert was the first to dream of a colony in America where Catholics and Protestants could prosper together. George had studied at Trinity College at Oxford and been knighted by King James I for good service as an advisor. Sir George Calvert became Secretary of State for the King. Having just converted to Catholicism, he was forced to resign from his job so the King gave him another title - First Baron of Baltimore, a town on the Irish coast.


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Philip Calvert Coffin Maryland

2099 (1683 AD)

mtDNA Haplogroup: T2b

Y-DNA Haplogroup: R-S10067


Genetic Distance: 7.6903
Sample Match! 98% closer than others users
St Marys Coffin Maryland

I2097 (1683 AD)

mtDNA Haplogroup: HV0

Y-DNA Haplogroup: R-S10067


Deep Dive Match! 67% closer than others who share this deep dive sample
Genetic Distance: 5.4328
Sample Match! 98% closer than others users
 
[h=3]Ancient Britain and Stonehenge[/h]
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Stonehenge was built in Neolithic times (circa 2300 BC) and drew ailing pilgrims from around Europe for what they believed to be its healing properties, according to recent research. Pilgrims would wear amulets crafted using pieces of the rocks at the monument. One dig uncovered masses of fragments carved out of the bluestones which were used to create amulets. Stonehenge could be compared to Lourdes in France today. Many of the ancient skeletons found nearby seem to show signs of serious disease or injury and many show signs of coming from far away. The outer stones are what most people associate with the monument. There is also a competing theory that the temple was a meeting point between the land of the living and the dead. In either case, this massive monument would attract visitors from far and wide as archaeogenetics discovers.


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[h=6]Cheddar Man Somerset England[/h]Cheddar (7150 BC)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: U5b1[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: I2a2[/h]
(You do not match this sample)
[h=6]Boscombe Bowmen Amesbury[/h]I2416-BB (2300 BC)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: K1b1a1[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: R1b1a1a2a1a[/h]
(You do not match this sample)
[h=6]Amesbury Archer Companion[/h]I2565-Companion (2300 BC)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: W1[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: Uncertain[/h]
(You do not match this sample)
[h=6]Bronze Age Golden Boy Amesbury[/h]I2639 (1450 BC)

[h=6]mtDNA Haplogroup: T2e1a[/h][h=6]Y-DNA Haplogroup: Uncertain[/h]
(You do not match this sample)
 
My results between my Ancestry and 23andMe kits were different but only slightly. #4 and #5 were switched, and some of the closeness to each population is different. Everything else was the same:

1. Viking Icelandic + Frank (2.79, 3.341)
2. Gaul + Frank (3.169, 3.708)
3. Gaul (5.498, 5.284)
4. Frank (6.485, 7.418)
5. Viking Icelandic (7.513, 6.744)
 
Happy Columbus Day !

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Landing of Columbus (United States Capitol Rotunda) :grin:



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I am happy to see the Empire State Building in the color of the Italian flag.
 
I am happy to see the Empire State Building in the color of the Italian flag.

Me too :)

imo the crazy “norms” portrayed on social media, and in the news in general, do not remotely represent and constitute the beliefs and the opinions of the vast majority of Americans.

The Progressives ... are trying to hijack all of the Mass Medias and Colleges in order to influence and to give the impression of an America that doesn't exist, and with their harsh tactics they hope to change the mind and the pulse of the Nation to their views.

.... and ... I went off-topic again :)
 
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New Tool

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I have put 10 examples to get a bigger image since the entire list of the MTA website cannot be enlarged with quality.


I have not quite understood what the male or female symbols indicate in each individual of the 100 examples.
 
My Top Match, SZ36 matches :) my Y Haplogroup, although I have another Top Match SZ40 on another Kit.
(AncestryDNA and 23andme don’t get along ...) :grin:

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My Top Match, SZ36 matches :) my Y Haplogroup, although I have another Top Match SZ40 on another Kit.
(AncestryDNA and 23andme don’t get along ...) :grin:

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Mine below ...................other are beyond 11.5

1. Gallo-Roman (590 AD) ..... 7.332 - SZ28 - ? (Click for more info)
Top 99% match vs all users

2. Marseilles Plague Victim (1721 AD) ..... 8.455 - OBS137 - ? (Click for more info)
Top 99% match vs all users

3. Illyrian / Dalmatian (1200 BC) ..... 8.937 - I3313 - (Click for more info)
Top 98% match vs all users

4. Central Roman (590 AD) ..... 9.695 - SZ36 - (Click for more info)
Top 98% match vs all users

5. Central Roman (670 AD) ..... 9.874 - CL36 - ? (Click for more info)
Top 98% match vs all users

6. Scythian Southern Moldova (290 BC) ..... 10.0 - scy197b - ? (Click for more info)
Top 98% match vs all users

7. Central Roman (590 AD) ..... 10.06 - SZ43 - (Click for more info)
Top 98% match vs all users

8. North Roman Warrior (590 AD) ..... 10.11 - NS3c - ? (Click for more info)
Top 99% match vs all users

9. Byzantine Roman Warrior (605 AD) ..... 10.63 - NS3b - ? (Click for more info)
Top 99% match vs all users


your #1 is very far with a number of over 11.5
 
My 1st cousin from Cles, Val di Non, trentino


1. Central Roman (670 AD) ..... 5.549 - CL36 - ? (Click for more info)
Top 99% match vs all users

2. Central Roman (590 AD) ..... 6.369 - SZ43 - (Click for more info)
Top 99% match vs all users

3. Central Roman (590 AD) ..... 7.084 - SZ36 - (Click for more info)
Top 99% match vs all users

4. Gallo-Roman (590 AD) ..... 7.479 - SZ28 - ? (Click for more info)
Top 99% match vs all users

5. North Roman Warrior (590 AD) ..... 8.056 - NS3c - ? (Click for more info)
Top 99% match vs all users

6. Illyrian / Dalmatian (1200 BC) ..... 8.625 - I3313 - (Click for more info)
Top 98% match vs all users

7. Scythian Southern Moldova (290 BC) ..... 8.921 - scy197b - ? (Click for more info)
Top 99% match vs all users

8. Scythian Southern Moldova (270 BC) ..... 9.109 - scy192 - (Click for more info)
Top 99% match vs all users

 
Mine below ...................other are beyond 11.5

1. Gallo-Roman (590 AD) ..... 7.332 - SZ28 - ? (Click for more info)
Top 99% match vs all users

2. Marseilles Plague Victim (1721 AD) ..... 8.455 - OBS137 - ? (Click for more info)
Top 99% match vs all users

3. Illyrian / Dalmatian (1200 BC) ..... 8.937 - I3313 - (Click for more info)
Top 98% match vs all users

4. Central Roman (590 AD) ..... 9.695 - SZ36 - (Click for more info)
Top 98% match vs all users

5. Central Roman (670 AD) ..... 9.874 - CL36 - ? (Click for more info)
Top 98% match vs all users

6. Scythian Southern Moldova (290 BC) ..... 10.0 - scy197b - ? (Click for more info)
Top 98% match vs all users

7. Central Roman (590 AD) ..... 10.06 - SZ43 - (Click for more info)
Top 98% match vs all users

8. North Roman Warrior (590 AD) ..... 10.11 - NS3c - ? (Click for more info)
Top 99% match vs all users

9. Byzantine Roman Warrior (605 AD) ..... 10.63 - NS3b - ? (Click for more info)
Top 99% match vs all users


your #1 is very far with a number of over 11.5

I say that the samples of my (and others) REAL closest Ancient Population are still Private in the Research labs of two Universities.

I was Showing the new Haplogroup feature: click the more info link and look for the red Haplogroup tab.

If I follow your Standard, I would have nothing to show.

My Top 10:

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[h=3]You have ancient relatives! (you share identified DNA segments)[/h]
[h=4]Medieval Iberian[/h]
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mtDNA: HV1a1aY-DNA: T1a

[h=4]Ilergetes Outlier Catalan[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: HY-DNA: R1b1a1a2a1a2

[h=4]Bronze Age Spain Cogotas[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: K1a1b1

[h=4]Gallo-Roman Celt Mix Iberia[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: K1b2a

[h=4]Bronze Age Spain Cogotas[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: H1ah

[h=4]Vascones Tribe Vasconia[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: H1Y-DNA: I2a1a1a

[h=4]Western Scythian Outlier Hungary[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: H7a1Y-DNA: G-PF3378

[h=4]Iberian Cordoba Caliphate[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: H3a1Y-DNA: E1b1b1a1b1a

[h=4]Scythian Southern Moldova[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: H5

[h=4]Neolithic Ireland[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: HV0

[h=4]Vasconic Tribe[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: U1a1aY-DNA: R1b1a1a2a1a2

[h=4]Bronze Age Jutland Denmark[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: IY-DNA: R1b1a2-PF6410

[h=4]Medieval Piedmont[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: H24aY-DNA: R1b

[h=4]Scythian Southern Moldova[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: U5a2Y-DNA: R1b1a1a2

[h=4]Iberian / Piedmont[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: K1c1Y-DNA: R1b[FONT=&quot]


[h=4]Scythian Southern Moldova[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: H8c

[h=4]Vascones Tribe Vasconia[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: U5b1+16189+@16192

[h=4]Halstatt Celt[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: H6a1aY-DNA: R1b

[h=4]Boscombe Bowmen Amesbury[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: K1b1a1Y-DNA: R1b1a1a2a1a

[h=4]Ilergetes Tribe Catalan[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: I1Y-DNA: R1b1a1a2a1a2a5

[h=4]Scythian Southern Moldova[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: U5a1a1

[h=4]Spaniard Cordoba Caliphate[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: H3Y-DNA: J2a

[h=4]Portuguese Cordoba Caliphate[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: HV0+195Y-DNA: J2a

[h=4]Illyrian / Dalmatian[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: I1a1Y-DNA: J2b2a

[h=4]Unetice Bohemia[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: K1a4a1

[h=4]Alemannic Bavaria[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: U5b

[h=4]Basque Carolingian[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: V17

[h=4]Illyrian / Dalmatian[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: HV0e

[h=4]Portuguese Cordoba Caliphate[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: U5b2b2

[h=4]Bell Beaker Poland[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: H1Y-DNA: R1b1a1a2

[h=4]Roman-Carthago Mix Iberia[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: T2b

[h=4]Thraco-Cimmerian Black Sea[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: H35

[h=4]Basque Carolingian[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: W1+119

[h=4]Bell Beaker France[/h]


mtDNA: HY-DNA: R1b1a1a2a1a

[h=4]Bell Beaker Southern France[/h]
[h=4][/h]


mtDNA: H1eY-DNA: R1b1a1a2a1a2b1

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