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    Deep SNP-R1a

    Target Date: 06-26-2006

    -Richard Rauch

  • #2
    Originally posted by Richard Rauch
    Deep SNP-R1a

    Target Date: 06-26-2006

    -Richard Rauch
    Wow! Batch 152 already!

    Hey, Rich! Didn't you just get your results in Batch 146?

    And you're deep-clading it already!

    Not satisfied with being an R1a Kurgan-Steppe-Horseman-Proto-Indo-European?

    What do more do you want?

    Answers?

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    • #3
      an old address in the Steppes would be nice

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      • #4
        Originally posted by M.O'Connor
        an old address in the Steppes would be nice
        My wife is from the Steppes.

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        • #5
          It would be great to visit such an interesting place. I would need to spend at least a month there.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by M.O'Connor
            It would be great to visit such an interesting place. I would need to spend at least a month there.
            My wife is from Volgograd (the former Stalingrad) in southern Russia. I've been swimming in the Volga River.

            The Scythians are supposed to have had a village or an encampment on or near the hill called the Mamaev Kurgan (there is a huge WWII memorial there now) on the west side of the river, and the Mongols had a watchpost there.

            Check out this site is you're interested.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Stevo
              My wife is from Volgograd (the former Stalingrad) in southern Russia. I've been swimming in the Volga River.

              The Scythians are supposed to have had a village or an encampment on or near the hill called the Mamaev Kurgan (there is a huge WWII memorial there now) on the west side of the river, and the Mongols had a watchpost there.

              Check out this site is you're interested.
              You have probably read Rutherford's book, MOSKVA. If not, it would be a great read for anyone with your interest in the area.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by fmoakes
                You have probably read Rutherford's book, MOSKVA. If not, it would be a great read for anyone with your interest in the area.
                I haven't read it. I'll have to see if I can find it at the library.

                Volgograd is a wonderful place. If the Russians ever figure out democracy and free enterprise (I have my doubts), they could make a fortune there.

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                • #9
                  Kit Received
                  05/04/2006

                  Batch 152 created
                  05/10/2006

                  DNA Isolation began
                  05/13/2006

                  DNA at Sequencing facility


                  Quality Control began


                  *Target Results Date

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                  • #10
                    Batch 152

                    Also I am waiting for the results of Batch 152. Have any of you come across other H8 mtDNA's? I'm just looking for a friendly face.

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                    • #11
                      Today I got my deep clade results!

                      Results: Haplogroup R1a1

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                      • #12
                        Congratulations, Richard!

                        Originally posted by Richard Rauch
                        Today I got my deep clade results!

                        Results: Haplogroup R1a1
                        Congratulations, Richard!

                        Pretty close to right on time!

                        That's encouraging.

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                        • #13
                          R1a1
                          M173+ M198+ M207+ M124- M157- M343- M56- M87- SRY10831.2-

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                          • #14
                            My FTDNA Results: U5a1a and R1b1c*

                            I matched my wife's mtdna results matched exactly from genographic project. My mtdna results are U5a1a. I received my ydna results - I was confirmed as R1b1c*. I'm in the process of testing for R1b1c9 and R1b1c9a. If I am negative to these markers - I'll test for R1b1c10. I either could be Northern Germanic or Southern Germanic. With my U5a1a - I could be Frankish or Norman Sicilian.
                            Last edited by JR-R1b; 2 October 2007, 06:28 AM.

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