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From: "Ken Nordtvedt" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] R1b - or R*?
Date: Tue, 7 Sep 2004 21:51:58 -0600
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23/11 is the only variety clearly oriented toward the Anglo-Saxon area as
such. 23/10 is
present rather uniformly except for clearly falling off in percentage back
in France and Iberia, and a slight increase from average in Saxony,
Southeast Germany (reportedly settled by Saxons, hence the name), and maybe
increasing a bit in Scotland/Ireland.

It's average over Europe is about 10 percent of total R1b but is only 5
percent in France/Iberia. It maxs out in southeast Germany at 17 percent of
total R1b.

This is all based on YHRD database, of course, which should not distort
regional percentages but will distort all-Europe percentages.


Ken



----- Original Message -----
From: "William Hurst" <>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2004 9:08 PM
Subject: Re: [DNA] R1b - or R*?


>
> David wrote:
> >
> > Scarry that on the one hand all our assumptions may go out the window;
but
> > if perchance German (and Saxon) R1b is actually R1*, then this has
> > important implications for the exploration of Anglo - Saxon invader
> > haplotypes in Britain. We need to find out what precise typing was done
> > on the sample in the FTDNA Haplogroup Database which are labelled R1b -
my
> > guess is that they may be M173 and thus R1 or R1b. Some people have
been
> > SNP tested for P25 and I believe that most who were predicted to be R1b
by
> > FTDNA were P25+. What is also apparent is that it does not appear that
a
> > 25 marker haplotype can differentiate between R1b and R1* - there
appears
> > to be too much overlap.
> >
>
> I'm in Ken's odd 23, 10 category, which seems to be more Saxon than Irish;
> but I'm SNP tested R1b P25+.
>
> Bill Hurst
>
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