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    The Haplogroups study is very important. This work will help us better understand ourselves, our past,and our present. I'm sure it can easily be misused by those who lack a full knowledge of the subject though. Even the experts, I think, are still in the fact finding phase of their research.
    I believe the Etruscans, for example, may have been J or E3b and these haplogroups entered Europe through the Roman legions. This is only a theory on my part. I can't say for sure until I have more evidence.
    This is an extremely interesting thread.

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    Tinman,
    I like your post, though I respecfully disagree with your conclusions about the prime minister. He looks every bit like someone who had ancestors in ancient Sparta or Athens.

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    Re: Maps of Y & mtDNA Haplogroups of Europe and the World

    My Y-DNA is R1b, Anglo-Saxon sub-clade... Is it true that my ancestors were Continental Celts that intermarried with Germanic peoples? My last name is from Sussex, Downer. It is Saxon DŪN-ER meaning "Dweller at the bottom of the hill."

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    Re: Maps of Y & mtDNA Haplogroups of Europe and the World

    Quote Originally Posted by Svetovit
    My Y-DNA is R1b, Anglo-Saxon sub-clade... Is it true that my ancestors were Continental Celts that intermarried with Germanic peoples? My last name is from Sussex, Downer. It is Saxon DŪN-ER meaning "Dweller at the bottom of the hill."
    It may, but it is not necessary. Having the R1b haplotype means that your ancestors on your male linage are of West Paleo-European origin. Terms such as Celtic or Germanic are more meta-ethnic, cultural and linguistic than racial.

    It is true that among people of Celtic heritage, the R1b haplotype is found at very high rates (80%-100%), but the R1b haplotype is also majoritary in most Germanic countries:
    Germany ~45%
    Bavaria ~50%
    Denmark ~52%
    The Netherlands ~45%
    England ~60%
    Iceland ~48%

    It is only found at low rates in Norway (30%) and Sweden (23%), and as you can see not so low.

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    Re: Maps of Y & mtDNA Haplogroups of Europe and the World

    I am Anglo-Saxon, since my ancestors settled in Southern England in and around 600CE, because my STRs of DYS390, and DYS391 are at 23/11. Here are my STRs;

    DYS 19: 15
    DYS 385a: 11
    DYS 385b: 12
    DYS 388: 12
    DYS 389i: 13
    DYS 389ii: 16
    DYS 390: 23
    DYS 391: 11
    DYS 392: 13
    DYS 393: 13
    DYS 426: 12
    DYS 439: 11


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    Re: Maps of Y & mtDNA Haplogroups of Europe and the World

    Proven admixture among the Uralic peoples and Eskimos/Yakuts is quite fascinating.. They both seem to carry the Y-chromosome haplogroup N very common in Northern Asia..

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    Re: Maps of Y & mtDNA Haplogroups of Europe and the World

    Quote Originally Posted by Polak View Post
    Q is arctic, and related to East Asian haplogroups.
    It's also related to R.. N's brother group is O..
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    Re: Maps of Y & mtDNA Haplogroups of Europe and the World

    What would Jesus' haplotype have been?

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    Re: Maps of Y & mtDNA Haplogroups of Europe and the World

    You can only guess at what Jesus's haplogroup was. J2 is the most common among Shepardim Jews.
    Last edited by Madoc; Thursday, November 30th, 2006 at 06:10 PM.

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