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Old 30th January 2017, 04:29 PM
jvarela jvarela is offline
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Helo Eraliarose,

Are you american?
Is your phenotypes considered as a white person?
You mentioned your anciente origins came up 17% non-european, do you know in what parts of your backgorund it come from?
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METAL AGE INVADER 12%
FARMER 40%
HUNTER-GATHERER 31%
NON-EUROPEAN 17%

Most of my non-European is Native American.
MyOrigins-
European 76%
British Isles 35%
West and Central 24%
Southern 10%
Finland and North Siberia 7%

New World
Native American 10%

Middle Eastern
Eastern Middle East 8%

East Asia
Northeast Asia 4%

Africa
West Africa 2%
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Old 31st January 2017, 09:20 PM
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Red face Questions re: time period of these results and ancient day jobs?

Does anyone know how many thousand years back these results refer to?
Also, what were we farming? Where were we invading? What were we hunting and gathering? and where was our Non-European tribal ancestry geographically located?

Apparently my ancient ancestors would rather farm than fight.
20% Metal Age Invader
63% Farmer
14% Hunter-Gatherer
3% non-European
Mtdna Haplogroup: T2b

Thanks,
Merrybe

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Old 1st February 2017, 01:18 PM
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You are finish. Is All your ancestries too? Is your 5% score non-european came from what part, if what you show are regions of Europe (Finnish & Northern Siberia, Scandinavian)?
Could this non-european be some close to native american DNA, cause Siberian ones have in their DNA some similarity with those native american.
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No, I am Finnish. None of my about 1000 ancestors in my family tree is known to have born outside Finland.

My 5% Non-European probably hails from Siberia. (However, I do not know when it reached Europe, and if it was here before or after the Metal Age Invaders.)

I think it is well established that people in North Scandinavia, Finland and Northern European side of Russia have a minor share of Siberian roots, which North American natives have in larger extent.
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Old 5th February 2017, 07:53 PM
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Your ancestry non european

Hello Montagnoli,

Looking your DNA results, I think your non- european percentage come from the Finland part. Little part of Finish DNA has strong native american native influence. Remember eskimo people come from region close to North Russia, Scandinavia...Furthermore, your Asia Minor one is quite commom for italian people. For any Italy part, from South to the North. Turkey, Lebanon, Syria and countries in that region has moderate to strong influence in italian DNA.


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My ethnicity is North Italian (my family is from Veneto).

My results on MO are 18% Central Western European, 13% Asia Minor (quite strange for me), 5% Finland (even more strange for me) and the rest Southern European.

Yet my results on AO are: 55% farmer, 27% hunter-gatherer, 14% metal-age invader and 4% non-European.

But those 13% from Asia Minor would not result in 13% non-European?
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Old 7th February 2017, 09:16 PM
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Helo Eraliarose,

Are you american?
Is your phenotypes considered as a white person?
You mentioned your anciente origins came up 17% non-european, do you know in what parts of your backgorund it come from?
Thanks!
Hello. Yes, I am American. I guess you can say I am mostly White (my dad is Hispanic of Mexican Descent and my mom is full European of English, German, Dutch, Welsh, etc...), the only thing that makes me standout are my eyes which probably came from Native American ancestry (though they are slightly different than my dad's as he is often mistaken for Japanese).

Most of my non-European is really Native American, though myOrigins sort of split into New World and East Asian and probably a tiny bit of African or Middle Eastern as I get some traces of that. Here they raised the Middle Eastern way too much compared to all the other tests and my Native American is lower (usually it is around 16-18 range).

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Old 8th February 2017, 11:20 AM
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Hello Montagnoli,

Looking your DNA results, I think your non- european percentage come from the Finland part. Little part of Finish DNA has strong native american native influence. Remember eskimo people come from region close to North Russia, Scandinavia...Furthermore, your Asia Minor one is quite commom for italian people. For any Italy part, from South to the North. Turkey, Lebanon, Syria and countries in that region has moderate to strong influence in italian DNA.
In that case, my 13% from Asia Minor are being considered as European, while my 5% from Finland are being considered as non-European. That's possible, but it seems odd for me...
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Old 8th February 2017, 12:26 PM
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So I posted this (below) last night; thinking I was in THIS Ancient Origins Thread *Self eye roll* so this is cross posted sorta; sorry I initially meant for my post to go here
I will freely admit I understand 'groupings' of more modern DNA vs./in comparison to history (Ancient Greece/Rome onward) and the movement of peoples over the last few hundred years and last 1,000 or so years, than I do these Ancient Origins and the groups there of.
So here are my parents Ancestry origins estimates (they tested 1st there then I transferred their kits to FTDNA) and their FTDNA results and my FTDNA myOrigin results and Ancient Origins (I have not tested anywhere else)
(And yes my parents are confirmed by DNA to be my folks lol despite the mis-matching in origins (so says FTDNA lol) )

Here is myOrigins;

97% European
50% British Isles
39% Western & Central European
3% Eastern European
3% Southern European
2% Finland & Northern Siberian

2% Central/South Asian
2% Central Asian

and my Ancient Origins:
10% Metal Age Invader (sounds like a swag sci-fi rock band lol)

44% Farmer (Where did I stick that plow?? Where'd those seeds go?)

46% Hunter-Gatherer (I can't throw a spear to save my life but I rock a bow and arrow )

0% non-European
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Here is my Mom's Ancestry estimates and FTDNA myOrigins and Ancient Origins;
On Paper trail she is Irish, Scottish, English, and UNKN
On AncestryDNA:
Europe 100%
Ireland 66%
Scandinavia 19%
Europe West 7%

Trace Regions 8%
Italy/Greece 5%
Great Britain 3%


On FTDNA:
100% European
79% British Isles
11% Scandinavia
10% Western & Central European


Her Ancient Origins;
13% Metal Age Invader
43% Farmer
44% Hunter-Gatherer
0% non-European
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Here is my Dad's Ancestry Estimates and myOrigins: Via Paper trail he is Acadian French from Canada, Irish (one of his great grams' parents were from IRE according to records), English, Basque, Mi'Kmaq, and WAY back Spanish and other French)
On AncestryDNA:
95% Europe
38% Great Britain
26% Iberian Peninsula
21% Europe West

10% Trace Regions
4% Italy/Greece
4% Ireland
1% Finland/Northwest Russia
<-1% European Jewish

5% Trace Regions
5% West Asia
5% Caucasus

On FTDNA he is
99% European
91 Western & Central European
6% Southern European
2% Finland & N. Siberian

1% New World
1% Native American

His Ancient Origins:
12% Metal Age Invader
51% Farmer
37% Hunter-Gatherer
0% non-European
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Old 14th February 2017, 10:21 PM
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My Ancient Origins adds up to 101%, oddly.

46% Hunter-Gatherer
40% Farmer
15% Metal Age Invader
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Old 15th February 2017, 06:43 PM
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My ancient origins
9% Metal Age Invader
46% Farmer
45% Hunter-Gatherer

Mother
12% Metal Age Invader
43% Farmer
45% Hunter-Gatherer

Father
9% Metal Age Invader
45% Farmer
46% Hunter-Gatherer
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Old 15th February 2017, 08:47 PM
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My ancientOrigins is:
Metal Age Invader: 9%
Farmer: 43%
Hunter-Gatherer: 28%
Non-European: 19%

My mother ancientOrigins is:
Metal Age Invader: 6%
Farmer: 32%
Hunter-Gatherer: 20%
Non-European: 41%
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