Share Your IllustrativeDNA results Ancient and Modern

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Not really.
Let's say more correctly northern-central Italy (Romagna and eastern Emilia: mainly Rimini/Forlì + Ferrara)
I agree that your medieval 2-way seems to make the most sense. I don't care for the bronze age section yet because it seems like the site is lacking bell beaker samples. I'd get better fits if bell beakers from Britain and France were added.
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My Top Bronze Age results
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Iron Age
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Roman
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Medieval

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And closest modern populations map
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My Top Bronze Age results
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Iron Age
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Roman
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Medieval

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And closest modern populations map
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Do you think that your medieval results make sense?
 
Do you think that your medieval results make sense?

What seens a bit off in the medieval three way is the Faroese component. I'm an Iberian, with a great genetic component from Gaul/France (Continental Celt), a minor Germanic and minor North-Africa components, like many other Iberians.
If we consider that the population of the Feroe islands is a mix of Celt/Germanic makes more sense. But its a bit off anyway.
The medievel two way are even further away. So it doesn't exactly represent my ancestry.
 
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What seens a bit off in the medieval three way is the Faroese component. I'm an Iberian, with a great genetic component from Gaul/France (Continental Celt), a minor Germanic and minor North-Africa components, like many other Iberians.
If we consider that the population of the Feroe islands is a mix of Celt/Germanic makes more sense. But its a bit off anyway.
The medievel two way are even further away. So it doesn't exactly represent my ancestry.
I saw the faroese, Norse Greenland, and Schleswig Medieval and was thinking maybe it's picking up Visigoth
 
I saw the faroese, Norse Greenland, and Schleswig Medieval and was thinking maybe it's picking up Visigoth
The small Germanic genetic component of the Portuguese most come from two sources, the Suebi who settled in the North of Portugal and some settlers coming from France and Northwest Europe in the Middle Ages.
The latter is a very localized influence, present only in a few regions of the country.
The Visigoths established themselves in the center of the peninsula, essentially in the Castile region, which is why, I think, they impacted the Spanish, not the Portuguese.
My Illustrative DNA values show this component, but I can't tell you exactly where it comes from.
 
There's a new update to Illustrativedna in the ancient section.
Looks like it's changed on single and Iron age period 2 (2-way and 3-way).
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In the 3-way I gained 3% Iron Age Briton with MyHeritage data. Ancestry is still calculating

Ancestry:
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Updated Iron Age period 2 Ancestrydna data:

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playing around with the customizable ancestry again. Basically selecting the all the Insular Celts plus Picts and Germanic available and finding what produces good fits.

For Mediterranean and near east I have Egypt (780-400bc) and Italic and Etruscan (900-200bc)
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It likes Greek (770-400bc) better than Italic and Etruscan
 
Bronze Age
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Iron Age
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Migration Period
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Middle Ages
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These results are all over the place.
I mean, I can probably understand the 'Volga Finnic' component because some of my ancestors come from south-western part of Russia, which has some Moksha and Erzya people living there, but Germanic, Illyrian, West Finnic, or Central/Western/North-Western European? Where do these come from? Or are these common in Central/Eastern Ukrainians and South-Western Russians?
 
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These results are all over the place.
I mean, I can probably understand the 'Volga Finnic' component because some of my ancestors come from south-western part of Russia, which has some Moksha and Erzya people living there, but Germanic, Illyrian, West Finnic, or Central/Western/North-Western European? Where do these come from? Or are these common in Central/Eastern Ukrainians and South-Western Russians?
Medieval looks like it makes the most sense. Not sure if Illustrative has updated the customizable ancient ancestry page yet.
 
Uploaded my merged coordinates which come from the raw data from Ancestry and MyHeritage produced by Illustatrativedna.

I think the Iron Age is the most interesting on ancient mixed mode.

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