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looks like there was an update on IllustrativeDNA. There were some changes to my results. I'll post later when everything is finished updating.
 
My updated Results:

MyHeritage raw data

3 way ancient (Iron Age)

Fit: 1.768​

1.​


Frisii 18.7%

Insular Celt (Brigantes) 70.5%

Archaic Greek (Kastrouli) 10.8%


Fit: 1.807

2.


Frisii 19.1%

Insular Celt (Brigantes) 71.0%

Dark Age Greek (Tiryns) 9.9%


Fit: 1.827

3.


Insular Celt (Brigantes)48.0%

Insular Celt (Corieltauvi)41.2%

Archaic Greek (Kastrouli)10.8%



2 way noteworthy combinations (Iron age):


Fit: 1.978​

1.​

91.3% 8.7%
Insular Celt (Parisi) Archaic Greek (Kastrouli)


Fit: 2.103​

45.​


95.6% 4.4%

Insular Celt (Dobunni) Upper Mesopotamian (Iron Age)​


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)​



2 way ancient (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: 2.094​

6.​

91.2% 8.8%

Insular Celt (Roman Period) Imperial Roman (Etruria)



Fit: 2.192​

35.​

95.6% 4.4%

Insular Celt (Roman Period) Egyptian (Roman Period)​



Fit: 2.218​

39.​

95.2% 4.8%

Insular Celt (Roman Period) Byzantine Upper Mesopotamian (Dara)​

Fit: 2.223​

40.​

96.3% 3.7%

Insular Celt (Roman Period) Egyptian (Hellenistic Period)​

 
3 Way Ancient Iron Age

Fit: 2.263

1.


Continental Celt (Transalpine Gaul)
60.8%
Punic (Ibiza)
33.5%
Bantu (East Africa)
5.7%​
Fit: 2.360

2.


Continental Celt (Transalpine Gaul)
61.8%
Punic (Ibiza)
32.5%
Bantu (South Africa)
5.7%​

Fit: 2.362

3.


Continental Celt (Transalpine Gaul)
61.8%
Punic (Ibiza)
32.5%
Bantu (Central Africa)
5.7%​

Fit: 2.409

4.


Continental Celt (Transalpine Gaul)
60.3%
Punic (Ibiza)
33.5%
Late Stone Age Forager (East Africa)
6.2%​



Fit: 2.461

5.


Continental Celt (Transalpine Gaul)
71.2%
Dark Age Greek (Tiryns)
21.1%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.7%​
Fit: 2.530

6.


Continental Celt (Transalpine Gaul)
71.4%
Dark Age Greek (Tiryns)
21.0%
Bantu (Central Africa)
7.6%​


Fit: 2.535

7.


Continental Celt (Transalpine Gaul)
58.2%
Punic (Ibiza)
36.5%
West African Hunter-Gatherer
5.3%​

Fit: 2.536

8.


Continental Celt (Transalpine Gaul)
71.5%
Dark Age Greek (Tiryns)
20.1%
Late Stone Age Forager (East Africa)
8.4%


Fit: 2.562​

9.


Continental Celt (Transalpine Gaul)
71.4%
Dark Age Greek (Tiryns)
21.1%
Bantu (South Africa)
7.5%​

Fit: 2.574

10.


Continental Celt (Transalpine Gaul)
71.4%
Archaic Greek (Kastrouli)
21.1%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.5%​

Fit: 2.576

11.


Continental Celt (Boii)
65.9%
Punic (Carthaginian)
29.5%
Bantu (East Africa)
4.6%​

Fit: 2.577

12.


Insular Celt (Cantiaci)
57.0%
Punic (Carthaginian)
39.6%
Bantu (East Africa)
3.4%​

Fit: 2.605

13.


Insular Celt (Cantiaci)
57.0%
Punic (Carthaginian)
39.7%
Bantu (Central Africa)
3.3%​

Fit: 2.609

14.


Iberian (Iron Age)
80.0%
Mannaean (Hasanlu Lovers)
13.3%
Bantu (East Africa)
6.7%​

Fit: 2.613

15.


Insular Celt (Cantiaci)
56.9%
Punic (Carthaginian)
39.8%
Bantu (South Africa)
3.3%​

Fit: 2.618

16.


Continental Celt (Boii)
65.1%
Punic (Carthaginian)
30.5%
Bantu (Central Africa)
4.4%​



Fit: 2.629

17.


Continental Celt (Transalpine Gaul)
71.5%
Archaic Greek (Kastrouli)
21.1%
Bantu (Central Africa)
7.4%​

Fit: 2.631

18.


Continental Celt (Boii)
65.1%
Punic (Carthaginian)
30.5%
Bantu (South Africa)
4.4%​

Fit: 2.638

19.


Insular Celt (Cantiaci)
56.3%
Punic (Carthaginian)
40.5%
West African Hunter-Gatherer
3.2%​

Fit: 2.651

20.


Iberian (Iron Age)
80.2%
Mannaean
13.1%
Bantu (East Africa)
6.7%​

Fit: 2.658

21.


Insular Celt (Cantiaci)
25.4%
Latin (Latium)
67.0%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.6%​
Fit: 2.659

22.


Continental Celt (Boii)
53.7%
Punic (Ibiza)
41.4%
Bantu (East Africa)
4.9%​


Fit: 2.664

23.


Iberian (Iron Age)
79.2%
Etiuni
13.9%
Bantu (East Africa)
6.9%​

Fit: 2.666

24.


Continental Celt (Transalpine Gaul)
71.5%
Archaic Greek (Kastrouli)
21.1%
Bantu (South Africa)
7.4%​

Fit: 2.668

25.


Frisii
18.8%
Latin (Latium)
73.4%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.8%​

Fit: 2.669

26.


Iberian (Iron Age)
44.9%
North Illyrian
47.9%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.2%​

Fit: 2.673

27.


Continental Celt (Transalpine Gaul)
72.8%
Dark Age Greek (Tiryns)
17.2%
Nilotic (Pastoral Iron Age)
10.0%​

Fit: 2.675

28.


Continental Celt (Boii)
64.3%
Punic (Carthaginian)
31.5%
West African Hunter-Gatherer
4.2%​



Fit: 2.696

29.


Continental Celt (Boii)
65.3%
Punic (Carthaginian)
29.8%
Late Stone Age Forager (East Africa)
4.9%​

Fit: 2.698

30.


Continental Celt (Transalpine Gaul)
72.0%
Archaic Greek (Kastrouli)
19.8%
Late Stone Age Forager (East Africa)
8.2%​
 
2Way Ancient Roman Age

Fit: 2.658​

1.​


95.6% Roman Iberian (Miroico)​

4.4% Bantu (East Africa)​

Fit: 2.678​

2.


95.7% Roman Iberian (Miroico)

4.3% Bantu (Central Africa)

Fit: 2.688​

3.​


95.7% Roman Iberian (Miroico)​

4.3% West African Hunter-Gatherer​



Fit: 2.692​

4.


95.7% Roman Iberian (Miroico)

4.3% Bantu (South Africa)

Fit: 2.794​

5.


95.3% Roman Iberian (Miroico)

4.7% Late Stone Age Forager (East Africa)

 
3Way Ancient Roman Age

Fit: 2.258
1.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
71.1%
South Italian (Longobard Period)
21.9%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.0%​

Fit: 2.275
2.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
77.1%
Roman Anatolian (Amisos)
15.5%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.4%​
Fit: 2.278
3.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
67.0%
Roman Dalmatian
25.8%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.2%​
Fit: 2.281
4.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
77.4%
Roman Achaia
15.5%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.1%​
Fit: 2.291
5.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
71.5%
Imperial Roman (Etruria)
21.5%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.0%​

Fit: 2.292
6.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
72.7%
Central Italian (Late Antiquity)
20.3%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.0%​
Fit: 2.302
7.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
78.6%
Roman Anatolian (Hattusa)
14.2%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.2%​
Fit: 2.306
8.

North Rhine (Merovingian Period)
60.9%
Sardinian (Late Antiquity)
31.8%
Late Stone Age Forager (East Africa)
7.3%​
Fit: 2.314
9.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
68.1%
Roman Moesian
24.5%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.4%​
Fit: 2.320
10.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
72.5%
Imperial Roman (Picenum)
20.4%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.1%​
Fit: 2.327
11.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
73.8%
Imperial Roman (Latium)
19.1%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.1%​
Fit: 2.331
12.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
71.2%
South Italian (Longobard Period)
21.9%
Bantu (Central Africa)
6.9%​
Fit: 2.335
13.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
78.5%
Roman Anatolian (Stratonicea)
14.2%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.3%​
Fit: 2.339
14.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
67.3%
Roman Dalmatian
25.6%
Bantu (Central Africa)
7.1%​
Fit: 2.341
15.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
61.9%
Roman Pannonian
30.9%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.2%​
Fit: 2.354
16.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
77.3%
Roman Anatolian (Amisos)
15.5%
Bantu (Central Africa)
7.2%​
Fit: 2.357
17.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
71.7%
Imperial Roman (Etruria)
21.4%
Bantu (Central Africa)
6.9%​
Fit: 2.362
18.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
73.0%
Central Italian (Late Antiquity)
20.1%
Bantu (Central Africa)
6.9%​
Fit: 2.367
19.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
68.2%
Roman Moesian
24.5%
Bantu (Central Africa)
7.3%​
Fit: 2.368
20.

North Rhine (Merovingian Period)
61.5%
Sardinian (Late Antiquity)
31.9%
Bantu (East Africa)
6.6%​
Fit: 2.371
21.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
78.8%
Roman Anatolian (Hattusa)
14.1%
Bantu (Central Africa)
7.1%​
Fit: 2.371
22.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
77.7%
Roman Achaia
15.3%
Bantu (Central Africa)
7.0%​
Fit: 2.386
23.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
78.6%
Roman Anatolian (Apollonia)
14.2%
Bantu (East Africa)
7.2%​
Fit: 2.396
24.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
72.7%
Imperial Roman (Picenum)
20.4%
Bantu (Central Africa)
6.9%​

Fit: 2.399
25.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
62.3%
Roman Pannonian
30.6%
Bantu (Central Africa)
7.1%​
Fit: 2.400
26.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
74.2%
Imperial Roman (Latium)
18.8%
Bantu (Central Africa)
7.0%​
Fit: 2.402
27.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
78.8%
Roman Anatolian (Stratonicea)
14.1%
Bantu (Central Africa)
7.1%​
Fit: 2.407
28.

North Rhine (Merovingian Period)
61.7%
Sardinian (Late Antiquity)
31.8%
Bantu (South Africa)
6.5%​
Fit: 2.419
29.

Roman Iberian (Empuries)
70.7%
South Italian (Longobard Period)
22.5%
Bantu (South Africa)
6.8%​
Fit: 2.433
30.

North Rhine (Merovingian Period)
61.7%
Sardinian (Late Antiquity)
31.9%
West African Hunter-Gatherer
6.4%​
 
What do you think about the update? The Roman period results make more sense for you I think Duarte.
 
What do you think about the update? The Roman period results make more sense for you I think Duarte.

Yes. Roman Age it's more in line with the modern ethnicity tests I've done, I think, like these ones:

FTDNA Kit


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MyHeritage DNA kit

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MyHeritage DNA Health kit

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Tellmegen:

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The 2 way and 3 way modern didn't change on mine with Myheritage raw data. My 3 way results with Ancestrydna raw data did change:

Fit: 1.633​

1.​


Icelander 19.7%

Irish 53.4%

Spanish (Navarre) 26.9%

Fit: 1.636​

2.​


Irish 35.8%

Scottish 40.5%

Spanish (Navarre) 23.7%

Fit: 1.641​

3.​


Irish 72.8%

Italian (Aosta Valley) 8.4%

Spanish (Navarre) 18.8%

Fit: 1.643​

4.​


Dargin (Dagestan) 1.1%

Scottish 76%

Spanish (Navarre) 22.9%

Fit: 1.643​

5.​


Lak (Dagestan) 1.1%

Scottish 76%

Spanish (Navarre) 22.9%

Fit: 1.643​

6.​


Irish 74.5%

Spanish (Navarre) 25.2%

Wichi 0.3%

Fit: 1.644​

7.​


Icelander 13.7%

Scottish 61.5%

Spanish (Navarre) 24.8%

Fit: 1.644​

8.​


Scottish 76.1%

Spanish (Navarre) 22.8%

Tabasaran (Dagestan) 1.1%

Fit: 1.645​

9.​


Dutch 13.5%

Irish 62.8%

Spanish (Navarre) 23.7%

Fit: 1.645​

10.​


Irish 76.8%

Spanish (Navarre) 22.2%

Yemeni (Mahra) 1%
 
I forgot the closest ancient list did get changed:

Old:

Insular Celt (Parisi)​

400 BC– AD 120
2.192

Insular Celt (Roman Period)​

AD 100–400
2.308

Insular Celt (Dobunni)​

400–1 BC
2.333

Insular Celt (Cantiaci)​

400–1 BC
2.375

Insular Celt (Durotriges)​

550 BC– AD 60
2.431

Insular Celt (Catuvellauni)​

400 BC–AD 120
2.453

Insular Celt (Dumnonii)​

400 BC– AD 40
2.607

Insular Celt (Brigantes)​

370–50 BC
2.672

Insular Celt (Corieltauvi)​

510–50 BC
2.797

Insular Celt (Pict)​

AD 100–1000
2.927

Insular Celt (Votadini)​

400 BC– AD 120
3.117

Continental Celt (Hallstatt Culture)​

800–550 BC
3.179

Breton (Duchy of Brittany)​

AD 1230–1290
3.189

Gallo-Roman​

AD 130–550
3.328

West European Crusader (Sidon)​

AD 1190–1280
3.377

Continental Celt (Cotini)​

190–1 BC
3.537

Continental Celt (Boii)​

400–200 BC
3.547

Continental Celt (Belgae)​

300–200 BC
3.853

Longobard (Pannonia)​

AD 410–600
4.110

Continental Celt (Cisalpine Gaul)​

770–200 BC
4.321

Scandinavian Viking (Sealand)​

AD 800–1000
4.414

Frisii​

170–1 BC
4.419

Alemanni​

AD 580–630
4.423

Goth (Gothiscandza)​

AD 40–210
4.428

Scandinavian Viking (Telemark)​

AD 700–1000
4.431

Scandinavian Viking (Funen)​

AD 800–1000
4.435

Baiuvari​

AD 450–520
4.510

Scandinavian Viking (Oxford)​

AD 880–1000
4.539

Scandinavian Viking (Saaremaa)​

AD 700–800
4.911

Scandinavian (Iron Age)​

AD 100–600
4.939





Updated:

Closest Ancient Samples​


Insular Celt (Dobunni)​

400–1 BC
2.279

Insular Celt (Roman Period)​

149 BC– AD 400
2.404

Insular Celt (Parisi)​

400 BC– AD 120
2.405

Insular Celt (Cantiaci)​

400–1 BC
2.436

Insular Celt (Durotriges)​

550 BC– AD 60
2.448

Insular Celt (Catuvellauni)​

400 BC–AD 120
2.547

Insular Celt (Brigantes)​

370–50 BC
2.595

Insular Celt (Dumnonii)​

400 BC– AD 40
2.606

Insular Celt (Corieltauvi)​

510–50 BC
2.816

North Rhine (Merovingian Period)​

AD 400–800
2.958

Insular Celt (Pict)​

AD 100–1000
3.022

Continental Celt (Eastern Gaul)​

500–100 BC
3.150

Continental Celt (Hallstatt Culture)​

800–550 BC
3.182

Gallo-Roman​

AD 130–550
3.234

Baiuvari​

AD 450–520
3.299

Alemanni​

AD 580–630
3.316

Continental Celt (Boii)​

400–200 BC
3.354

Saxon (Lower Saxony)​

AD 400–800
3.388

Visigoth (Iberia)​

AD 500–600
3.711

Saxon (Kent)​

AD 400–800
3.790

Continental Celt (Cotini)​

190–1 BC
3.801

Saxon (Suffolk)​

AD 400–600
4.059

Saxon (Cambridgeshire)​

AD 400–700
4.084

Saxon (Friesland)​

AD 431–639
4.157

Longobard (Pannonia)​

AD 410–600
4.303

Continental Celt (Cisalpine Gaul)​

770–200 BC
4.320

Western Pomerania (Iron Age)​

AD 200–400
4.551

Unetice Culture​

2300–1600 BC
4.652

Goth (Wielbark Culture)​

AD 40–210
4.687

Frisii​

170–1 BC
4.733


The top result is in agreement with MyTrueAncestry results on closest ancient populations

Celt + Celtic Dobunni (6.001)
Celt + Anglo Saxon (6.141)
Celt + Briton (6.569)
Celt + Gael (6.846)
Celt (6.854)
Briton + Anglo Saxon (7.195)
Briton (7.893)
Anglo Saxon (8.053)
Celtic Dobunni (8.764)
Gael (8.985)
 
Could you post the 2 way modern, 3 way modern, 2 way ancient, and 3 way ancient along with closest ancient?
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For Sure, Without Native I have more southern shift, I guess that ANE brought me to more Northeastern Oracle.
South America's Natives had a more ANE-Rich DNA than north(cause more recently East Asian migrations to North America) , specially those from Pampa or Austral America(Fuegidians, Het, Charruas, Guaranis, Whichi, Chane, etc)
 
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A friend of mine, best friend, 100% Northern Italian, mostly from Bergamo, Trentino, Emilia and Venezia. He has a typical Po's Valley profile, don't know if raw data was poor, cause he might had more Bergamo+Trentino ancestry, but high Emilian and Venezia influence could made him more southern like. Idk we need more costal Venezian Coords, since mostly Official came from Alpine Area.
More from Rovigo and Venezia would help.
 
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Funny cause he had more Emilian- Ligurian profile
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Without native i have more Savoyan-Lyon profile, lol native American made fake-Germanic similarity. I m half Venetian(minor Lombardy) Half German(Rhine+Westprussia)+Iberian(Portuguese+Spanish)+Jew(Ashkenazi)+Native+French(Burgundy, Toulouse)+Rhine-Moselle+Flemish France+Irish(old minorities), grandpa has more native but similar(Being 1/4 Prussian+Iberian mostly), a little bit southern and eastern than me.
So I guess that make some sense.
 
My Results:

Eras
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Modern Populations
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Closest Ancient Samples
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Closest Genetic Populations
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Mother Results She is Iberian, 1/4 English, 1/8 Polish and minor Norwegian



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My results :

European Hunter-Gatherer is Western Hunter-Gatherers (WHG) + Eastern Hunter-Gatherers (EHG).

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With Europe(South) + Iberia :

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Closest modern populations (some spanish populations before portuguese ?? ) :

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PCA Plot
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Thanks for sharing! The results seem to make sense for you all. I'd like to see others with northern/northwestern European ancestry and compare against mine. I may have said this before but I find it a bit surprising that I get East Mediterranean results like ancient Greek, Egyptian, and levant in the 2 way. I'd have expected 75%,80%,65%Celt/25%,20%,35% Germanic
 
These are my results on Illustrative DNA.

30 closest modern populations:

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1 Swedish 2.569
2 Finn (Southwest) 3.261
3 Norwegian (Bergen) 3.600
4 Norwegian 3.716
5 Icelander 3.773
6 German (Hamburg) 3.839
7 Danish 3.931
8 Finn (Central) 4.110
9 Czech 4.230
10 Ingrian 4.267
11 Polish 4.284
12 German (Saxony) 4.310
13 Finn (Southeast) 4.446
14 Polish (Wielkopolska) 4.463
15 Russian (Voronez) 4.622
16 Orcadian 4.626
17 Estonian 4.658
18 Shetlander 4.671
19 Russian (Kursk) 4.698
20 Ukrainian (Sumy) 4.717
21 Ukrainian (Dnipro) 4.721
22 Russian (Kaluga) 4.736
23 Dutch 4.742
24 Russian (Ryazan) 4.746
25 Russian (Tver) 4.760
26 Ukrainian (Zhytomyr) 4.777
27 Ukrainian (Rivne) 4.779
28 Scottish 4.785
29 Ukrainian (Donetsk) 4.800
30 Russian (Oryol) 4.803
 
30 closest ancient populations:




Closest Ancient Samples​

Genetic Distance
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Nordic Iron Age (Rombäck)​

AD 450–500
2.634
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Nordic Iron Age (Öland)​

AD 300–500
2.923
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Goth (Wielbark Culture)​

AD 40–210
3.191
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Nordic Iron Age (Scania)​

AD 427–611
3.228
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Nordic Iron Age (Gotland)​

AD 600
3.284
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Quadi​

AD 100–200
3.303
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Nordic Iron Age (Uppsala)​

AD 240–620
3.466
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Nordic Iron Age (Stockholm)​

AD 475–520
3.590
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Nordic Iron Age (Nordland)​

AD 60–400
3.612
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Nordic Iron Age (Zealand)​

AD 100–300
3.722
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Nordic Iron Age (Trøndelag)​

AD 400–600
3.741
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Saxon (Friesland)​

AD 431–639
3.745
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Saxon (Suffolk)​

AD 400–600
3.806
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Nordic Iron Age (Telemark)​

AD 400–500
3.810

Unetice Culture​

2300–1600 BC
3.872

Western Pomerania (Iron Age)​

AD 200–400
3.918

Baiuvarii​

AD 450–550
3.996

Saxon (Cambridgeshire)​

AD 400–700
4.001

Saxon (Kent)​

AD 400–800
4.091

Alemanni​

AD 580–630
4.299

Saxon (Lower Saxony)​

AD 400–800
4.300

Longobard (Pannonia)​

AD 540–568
4.370

Battle Axe Culture​

2650–2300 BC
4.731

Insular Celt (Corieltauvi)​

510–50 BC
4.776

Bohemian Slav (Early Middle Ages)​

AD 660–770
4.800

Frisii​

170–1 BC
4.909

Ostrogoth (Pannonia)​

AD 453–473
5.233

Pannonian Slav (Avar Period)​

AD 550–640
5.243

Insular Celt (Parisi)​

400 BC– AD 120
5.343

Insular Celt (Brigantes)​

370–50 BC
5.522
 
30 closest ancient populations:




Closest Ancient Samples​

Genetic Distance
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Nordic Iron Age (Rombäck)​

AD 450–500
2.634
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Nordic Iron Age (Öland)​

AD 300–500
2.923
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Goth (Wielbark Culture)​

AD 40–210
3.191
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Nordic Iron Age (Scania)​

AD 427–611
3.228
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Nordic Iron Age (Gotland)​

AD 600
3.284
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Quadi​

AD 100–200
3.303
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Nordic Iron Age (Uppsala)​

AD 240–620
3.466
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Nordic Iron Age (Stockholm)​

AD 475–520
3.590
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Nordic Iron Age (Nordland)​

AD 60–400
3.612
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Nordic Iron Age (Zealand)​

AD 100–300
3.722
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Nordic Iron Age (Trøndelag)​

AD 400–600
3.741
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Saxon (Friesland)​

AD 431–639
3.745
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Saxon (Suffolk)​

AD 400–600
3.806
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Nordic Iron Age (Telemark)​

AD 400–500
3.810

Unetice Culture​

2300–1600 BC
3.872

Western Pomerania (Iron Age)​

AD 200–400
3.918

Baiuvarii​

AD 450–550
3.996

Saxon (Cambridgeshire)​

AD 400–700
4.001

Saxon (Kent)​

AD 400–800
4.091

Alemanni​

AD 580–630
4.299

Saxon (Lower Saxony)​

AD 400–800
4.300

Longobard (Pannonia)​

AD 540–568
4.370

Battle Axe Culture​

2650–2300 BC
4.731

Insular Celt (Corieltauvi)​

510–50 BC
4.776

Bohemian Slav (Early Middle Ages)​

AD 660–770
4.800

Frisii​

170–1 BC
4.909

Ostrogoth (Pannonia)​

AD 453–473
5.233

Pannonian Slav (Avar Period)​

AD 550–640
5.243

Insular Celt (Parisi)​

400 BC– AD 120
5.343

Insular Celt (Brigantes)​

370–50 BC
5.522
What does the breakdown look like for example mine with 5 pops:

Fit: 1.310 (Good)
Insular Celt (AD 100–1000)79.6%

Germanic (AD 100–630)9.4%

Roman Anatolia (100 BC–AD 700)5.6%

Sardinian (AD 770–1000)3.8%

France (AD 130–1400)1.6%
 
Fit: 0.905 (Very Good)

Germanic (AD 100–630) 42.6%

Baltic (AD 900–1050) 24.2%

Insular Celt (AD 100–1000) 14.4%

Saami (AD 300–800) 9.6%

France (AD 130–1400) 9.2%
 

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