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Old 3rd June 2016, 10:14 PM
tfshortell tfshortell is offline
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My Eurogenes K36 results:
Iberian 19.44%
North Atlantic 13.18%
North Sea 13.14%
Italian 12.09%
East Central Euro 7.74%
French 7.45%
East Balkan 5.67%
Central Euro 5.23%
Fennoscandian 5.10%
North Caucasian 3.01%
West Med 2.00%
Eastern Euro 1.92%
Basque 1.67%
South Asian 1.15%
Volga-Ural 0.70%
South Central Asian 0.51%

I don't get it, really. My known heritage is three quarters Irish and English, with small parts of Italian and German. So where does all of this Iberian DNA come from? I realize my g-g-g-grandfather was born in Gibraltar, but I believe his father was in the British military.
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Old 3rd June 2016, 11:10 PM
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So where does all of this Iberian DNA come from?
In your case, it is ancient, not recent.

The creator of Eurogenes K36 wrote: "All Western Europeans get High Iberian scores. Here's the reason: http://eurogenes.blogspot.com.au/2013/04/neolithic-mtdna-h-genomes-bell-beaker.html"
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Old 4th June 2016, 06:48 AM
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Population

Basque 3.48
Central_Euro 5.66
East_Balkan 4.70
East_Central_Euro 3.19
Eastern_Euro 4.75
Fennoscandian 7.92
French 4.43
Iberian 13.10
Italian 8.70
North_Atlantic 20.13
North_Caucasian 0.44
North_Sea 20.88
South_Central_Asian 1.86
Volga-Ural 0.77
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Old 4th June 2016, 03:54 PM
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Population*
Amerindian9.48
Basque5.04
Central_Euro2.23
East_African0.83
East_Asian0.09
East_Balkan2.36
East_Central_Asian1.21
East_Central_Euro2.40
East_Med1.75
Eastern_Euro3.81
Fennoscandian2.81
French4.17
Iberian16.28
Italian13.86
Near_Eastern1.44
North_African5.46
North_Atlantic4.29
North_Caucasian0.25
North_Sea6.69
Omotic0.89
Pygmy0.91
South_Asian0.10
West_African6.10
West_Caucasian3.34
West_Med4.17*

QUOTE=khazaria;426575]In your case, it is ancient, not recent.

The creator of Eurogenes K36 wrote: "All Western Europeans get High Iberian scores. Here's the reason: http://eurogenes.blogspot.com.au/2013/04/neolithic-mtdna-h-genomes-bell-beaker.html"[/QUOTE]

khazaria, I cannot get understand "Italian" 13.86. I didn't find Italian ancestors. I found Portugueses, Spaniards, Germans, Dutch, Ameridians, Africans, Phoenicians, Moors and Sephardic.

Any thought?

Natan
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Old 4th June 2016, 08:49 PM
LarryBurford LarryBurford is offline
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Here are my results.

23.53 % North Sea
15.13 % North Atlantic
14.00 % Iberian
8.24 % Fennoscandian
7.65 % Central Euro
6.84 % Italian
5.54 % French
4.05 % North Caucasian
3.84 % East Balkan
3.58 % Basque
1.5 % West Med
1.08 % Eastern Euro

Here are my FTDNA Family finder results.
36% Scandinavia
35% British Isles
18% Southern Europe
10% Western & Central Europe

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Old 5th June 2016, 05:30 PM
Anthony Anthony is offline
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My Origins result was :
Asia Minor - 60%
Eastern Middle East - 18%
Southern Europe - 18%
East Central Africa 2%
North Africa - 1%

And my K36 results are :
Near_Eastern 24.99 %
East_Med 19.19 %
Arabian 9.02 %
Italian 8.70 %
Armenian 8.33 %
West_Caucasian 7.52 %
North_Caucasian 7.31 %
South_Central_Asian 6.49 %
West_Med 2.89 %
East_Balkan 2.47 %
Central_Euro 1.79 %
Northeast_African 0.68%
Oceanian 0.36 %
North_African 0.25 %

i am wondering because my k36 shows 6.5% South_Central_Asian ,but My Origins didn't mention any central Asian at all
Any way my k36 Indicates similar percentages of { Italian ,Armenian , Arabian }
Harmoush, the results can get really interesting, look at my Eurogenes K36, and all my grandparents were born in Italy. You can learn a lot with these results.

Population

Arabian 2.82 %
Armenian 3.24 %
Basque 1.27 %
Central_Euro 3.01 %
East_Balkan 7.29 %
East_Central_Euro 0.60 %
East_Med 19.82 %
French 2.00 %
Iberian 15.27 %
Italian 20.50 %
Near_Eastern 11.69 %
North_African 3.11 %
North_Atlantic 0.38 %
North_Sea 3.16 %
West_Caucasian 0.94 %
West_Med 4.91 %

I think most of these is ancient. Anything recent like grandparent, great grandparent you would know.
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Old 5th June 2016, 06:04 PM
Harmoush Harmoush is offline
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Harmoush, the results can get really interesting, look at my Eurogenes K36, and all my grandparents were born in Italy. You can learn a lot with these results.

Population

Arabian 2.82 %
Armenian 3.24 %
Basque 1.27 %
Central_Euro 3.01 %
East_Balkan 7.29 %
East_Central_Euro 0.60 %
East_Med 19.82 %
French 2.00 %
Iberian 15.27 %
Italian 20.50 %
Near_Eastern 11.69 %
North_African 3.11 %
North_Atlantic 0.38 %
North_Sea 3.16 %
West_Caucasian 0.94 %
West_Med 4.91 %

I think most of these is ancient. Anything recent like grandparent, great grandparent you would know.
Also your K36 results are very interesting like my results .
You have also various percentages .
But I don't know what is the different between East Mediterranean and Near_East. I think the both refer to the same geographical area
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Old 5th June 2016, 06:39 PM
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Also your K36 results are very interesting like my results .
You have also various percentages .
But I don't know what is the different between East Mediterranean and Near_East. I think the both refer to the same geographical area
Harmoush, exactly we both have interesting results. East Med refers to the Levant so Lebanon, Coastal Syria, Cyprus, Mediterranean Turkey, Jewish (Israel) and Palestine. I believe Near East is Iraq, central Syria, Kuwait, Eastern Turkey, Jordan and possibly western Iran.
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Old 5th June 2016, 07:05 PM
Harmoush Harmoush is offline
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Harmoush, exactly we both have interesting results. East Med refers to the Levant so Lebanon, Coastal Syria, Cyprus, Mediterranean Turkey, Jewish (Israel) and Palestine. I believe Near East is Iraq, central Syria, Kuwait, Eastern Turkey, Jordan and possibly western Iran.
Ok I realized the difference.
Thanks for explanation
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Old 5th June 2016, 07:13 PM
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Ok I realized the difference.
Thanks for explanation
No problem my pleasure
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