Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania
Serbia or Bosnia
Oh yes i agree, but even a 10 % is enough to alter the phenotype and also give lighter color.
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Well as you said the percentage in their blood is low, especially due to the fact of the continual mixing with the Arabs.
Phillistains were Cretans- Minoans a fact that we can see also through the Israelly scripts which refer to them with all the 3 names. The Israeli writers call them either Greeks, either Cretans, either Phillistains, many times even into the very same script.
Why is the bible even being referred to when it's a work of fiction, not fact?
I know that Lebanese (phoenicians) have greek/macedonian DNA from back in the day.... it says here that Lebanese are most genetically close to greeks and italians (real lebanese = phoenician, not arab) http://www.phoenicia.org/genetics.html
that link also includes other people (europeans and north africans) of the mediterranean as to having a link to the levatine
I choose countries in southern Europe and Malta.
I'd say in the mediterranean and the middle east
You didn't give Turkey as one of the options but some of these guys definitely wouldn't look out of place in Istanbul
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