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  1. Thread: Y-DNA in India.

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    I2-M223 is found among individuals in India and...

    I2-M223 is found among individuals in India and Pakistan but I doubt that it reaches 1% anywhere.
  2. Thread: Y-DNA in India.

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    Anglos weren't really productive there ;). But...

    Anglos weren't really productive there ;).

    But what surprises me - no R2, no C. R2 should make up ~15%. C is reported to be ~3-5%. These graphs don't even show Brahmin Y-DNA variety. Where is the...
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    Any haplogroup? I know it is not as relevant as...

    Any haplogroup? I know it is not as relevant as his autosomal component but I am curious.
  4. Thread: Y-DNA in India.

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    R1a is nowhere that frequent in India unless we...

    R1a is nowhere that frequent in India unless we test specific groups.
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    Sticky: Poll: That's just a surname, probably at least couple...

    That's just a surname, probably at least couple of dozens of people (at least) carries it anyway so that's not really a privacy breach.
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    Obviously they didn't know about the DNA tests to...

    Obviously they didn't know about the DNA tests to verify it.

    Only Chetwertynski was tested I2a1b-CTS10228, so he was likely a descendant of local influential and loyal guy to Rurikoviches. The...
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    Hello MagnusDark, I recall you from another...

    Hello MagnusDark, I recall you from another boards and R1a Project. I don't think I will provide you with something new - you belong to a subclade of L1029 that was seemingly assimilated by raising...
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    CTS8816 itself probably originated around 2200...

    CTS8816 itself probably originated around 2200 b.c., most likely taking part in the eastern trzciniec part of Trzciniec cultural horizon.

    It is the main CTS3402 type found in Slavic people (or...
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    If he descends from the settlers in direct...

    If he descends from the settlers in direct paternal line then probably southeastern parts of Germany like Upper Palatinate, Upper Franconia, Upper or Lower Bavaria, Thuringia.

    If not, then it is a...
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    Initial wave of Transylvanian Saxons originates...

    Initial wave of Transylvanian Saxons originates from the area of Luxembourg and Moselle so any expected main R1a type was probably L664 and Z93, maybe also few cases of Z280 but rather very rare...
  11. Thread: Maniot Y-DNA

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    One Greek Maniot user was tested E-V13, I don't...

    One Greek Maniot user was tested E-V13, I don't think he is still posting here though.

    Here is a post from another forum: http://www.forumbiodiversity.com/showthread.php/6548-Maniot-s-23andme
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    R1a type that is not Germanic doesn't mean it was...

    R1a type that is not Germanic doesn't mean it was not carried by German settlers.
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    Maybe it was wrongly attributed, we don't know...

    Maybe it was wrongly attributed, we don't know the details yet. I mean - Premyslids could have been L21 (it is found in Central Europe sometimes) but this particular insular Celtic subclade (S5982)...
  14. Please stop trolling. But in case someone...

    Please stop trolling.

    But in case someone reads this bullshit I'm quoting - Napoleon wasn't E-V13 but deep under E-M34 here: https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-Y58897/
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    Thanks. Were researched in terms of the DNA so I...

    Thanks. Were researched in terms of the DNA so I can find some examples somewhere?
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    The best? It depends on what you want to learn. ...

    The best? It depends on what you want to learn.

    23andMe is not that useful to the uniparental genealogy purposes but it is cheap. You will learn a bit of this and a bit of that. Haplogroups...
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    Is there any group in Turkey that is considered...

    Is there any group in Turkey that is considered as a relatively unaltered Turkish stock?
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    It is a bit disappointing that the majority of...

    It is a bit disappointing that the majority of people do shitty DNA tests. MyHeritage, yuck!
  19. Well, he could have been basically anything that...

    Well, he could have been basically anything that existed in the Balkans back then.

    Do we really need more than 40 pages of a barren discussion?

    I will be really happy if his tomb and body is...
  20. As expected, it looks like an elite-domination...

    As expected,

    it looks like an elite-domination model where an incursion of genes is largely Y-Chromosome related, moreso than in terms of autosomal DNA.

    The second signal is subtle, not...
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    Proud to be of a murderous stock. No one really...

    Proud to be of a murderous stock. No one really wants to be a prey.
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    He picks what may be necessary for his own...

    He picks what may be necessary for his own research or clients. Many haplogroups are considered, I think that DF27 is much more frequent among the tested. He also manages testing of some rare cases...
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    Portuguese, especially these from Azores are...

    Portuguese, especially these from Azores are overrepresented for a reason. One enthusiast and professional genealogist is doing testing there, the many Big Ys were being ordered and then the raw data...
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    Maybe it is related with participance of Brits in...

    Maybe it is related with participance of Brits in Reconquista ;). You know, fighting tourists. Or horny seamen :DD
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    There seem to be few samples of Iberian...

    There seem to be few samples of Iberian background under this SNP: https://www.yfull.com/tree/R-S1051/

    Notice the tightly related Portuguese cluster that dates to Black Death with a Scot upstream.
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