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    Question What is the Subrace of most Anglo-Saxons?

    Although I am a carrier of the Anglo-Saxon R1b sub-clade, I am Northern Pontic.. What is the subrace of most Anglo-Saxons?

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    Re: Anglo-Saxon subrace?

    Quote Originally Posted by Svetovit
    Although I am a carrier of the Anglo-Saxon R1b sub-clade, I am Northern Pontic.. What is the subrace of most Anglo-Saxons?
    There is a sub-race named after the common phenotype found amongst the Anglo-Saxons, which is called - Anglo Saxon. But it doesn't mean that all actual Anglo-Saxons were of this type. The Anglo-Saxon type is basically a robust Nordic. Hallstatt Nordic(Unaltered) with Cro-Magnid(Particularly Brunn) form the Intermediate that is the Anglo-Saxon.

    R1b is found all over Europe, mainly Western, South-Western and North-Western Europe if im correct.

    As far as im aware, Pontic is most commonly found in South East Europe and further North-Easterly.
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    Re: Anglo-Saxon subrace?

    Quote Originally Posted by Svetovit
    Although I am a carrier of the Anglo-Saxon R1b sub-clade,
    There is no A-S R1B subclade you're probably confused with the Northsea-Baltic R1B3 subclade.

    Further R1B subclades are:
    • Atlantic/Iberian (Western Europe: Atlantic fringe)
    • Alpine (Central Europe)
    • Baltic-Russian (NE-Europe)


    Source: http://www.worldfamilies.net/Tools/r..._in_europe.htm

    The Anglo-Saxon subclade is a hg I variant that is found in NW-Europe and most common among NW-Germany, Netherlands, Denmark and England.

    Also a I variant found in NW-Europe is the Norse and Ultra-Norse.

    Source: http://www.northwestanalysis.net/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thruthheim View Post
    There is a sub-race named after the common phenotype found amongst the Anglo-Saxons, which is called - Anglo Saxon. But it doesn't mean that all actual Anglo-Saxons were of this type. The Anglo-Saxon type is basically a robust Nordic. Hallstatt Nordic(Unaltered) with Cro-Magnid(Particularly Brunn) form the Intermediate that is the Anglo-Saxon.

    R1b is found all over Europe, mainly Western, South-Western and North-Western Europe if im correct.

    As far as im aware, Pontic is most commonly found in South East Europe and further North-Easterly.
    Most Anglo-Saxons, Frisians belong to the Anglo-Saxon phenotype. Others were Hallstatt, Borreby, Troender and Dalo-Faelid.
    R1b is definitely not linked to a specific phenotype. There are different subclades of the R1b, as well.

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