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Subject: Re: [DNA] Question on Test Results Numbers..E3b - BARTLETT
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 17:19:49 EST
In a message dated 11/29/2004 4:49:27 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> Have you read Ornella Semino's recent study: "Origin,
> Diffusion, and Differentiation of Y-Chromosome
> Haplogroups E and J: Inferences on the Neolithization
> of Europe and Later Migratory Events in the
> Mediterranean Area."
I'LL GET IT
> If not, I urge you to read it. In my opinion, it is
> one of the best and most comprehensive studies on
> these two haplogroups presently available. There are
> some excellent distribution maps for the various
> sub-clades of E3b. I refer frequently to Table 1 &
> it's population frequencies of haplogroup E
> sub-clades. Within this table, you will see a
> division in the distribution of Hg E, with certain
> sub-clades found only in Sub-sahara Africa, while
> others are found only in the Middle East & Europe (as
> well as Ethiopia, which has always had close ties to
> the Middle East).
> In any case, I would be wary of attributing all of
> northern European/British Isles E3b to Roman ancestry.
> Some of it is probably much older and can be traced
> back to the movement of the Neolithic farmers, though
> I think it would be extremely difficult to
> differentiate between the two.
IT also probably migrated thru the causasins sin of my 48 matches at 12 24
are askenasi in belloruss area
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