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Lost fortress of Genghis Khan unearthed in western Mongolia The Archaeology News Network: Lost fortress of Genghis Khan unearthed in western Mongolia

pngarr
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Re: Request for information We don't really predict anything. The system automatically matches people on the basis of STR GD. The more STRs they have, the better it works. But, as I've

Charles Moore
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Aw: [R1b1c_U106-S21] MyOrigins FTDNA ..sorry.. my last mail was for another researcher Jrgen _______________________________________ Gesendet: Donnerstag, 05. Mrz 2015 um 01:58 Uhr Von:

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Aw: [R1b1c_U106-S21] MyOrigins FTDNA bestimmt - zum einen, weil die Hofbsitzer meist untereinander geheiratet haben, zum anderen, weil es hufig vorkam, dass wenn die Frau im Kindesbett starb, der

"Jürgen Sterk"
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Re: Request for information Charles, do you all do your predictions by manual inspection of STRs? I would guess it wouldn't be too difficult to program your rules as a series of IF THEN

pngarr
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Re: Request for information How many STRs have you tested. I couldn't identify a kit under your name on the STR pages. I am playing with a spreadsheet for predicting SNPs from 67 STRs. It

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Improved phylogenetic resolution and rapid diversification of Y-chro This was online last summer, but published now. Includes the ancient origin of R & Q. Paywall. European Journal of Human Genetics (2015) 23, 369–373;

pngarr
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Re: MyOrigins FTDNA Hello, I know this forum is mainly for Y-lines, but since we are slow at the moment I'll comment! I think it is hit and miss for some folks. 11 (and possibly

Charles Weaver
5:37 PM
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MyOrigins FTDNA Does it match with your results pretty well? I think it did with mine. Just wanted to share. MyOrigins was 100% European Western and Central Europe 58%

ryanmarksberry
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my european heritage Here are the results of my family finder at FTDNA: European (95%) British Isles: 49% Scandinavia: 37% Southern Europe: 5%

aquarius44444@ymail.com
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Re: Request for information Until we get your upgrade results, it's too soon to get a good idea about it, but it doesn't currently look too much like Z331, although it could be. Charles

Charles Moore
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Re: Request for information I am L48 with paper back to west of the Rhine in the Platinate. Is there a group for Germanic suspected Z331s? -- Best regards, Michael Helmantoler

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Re: $20 coupon Enter coupon code FD764E to save $20 on your full order.

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Re: Mesolithic Briitish Hunters Evidence of trade need not suggest a cultural link. There was a lot of trade among tribes in North America with the hunter/gathers in the north swapping goods

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Europe's Languages Were Carried From the East, DNA Shows http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2015/03/150303-human-dna-europe-language-archaeology/ Europe's Languages Were Carried From the East, DNA Shows A man

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