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From: "Greg W. Moore" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Basics on Ethnic Groups - Celts, Scots, Picts
Date: Sun, 18 Sep 2005 21:11:42 -0700 (PDT)
I have seen in various places on the Internet actually three versions of the report - one mentioning only I1b, the other mentioning only I1c, and the third listing both the I1b and the I1c as the Pictish haplogroup. That is why I would like to see the original report - and I myself have my own private (but as I believe very reliable) data on the subject ...
I just posted another brief by Dr Campbell who is listing both the I1b and I1c and their derivatives as the indigenous haplogroups of the Argyll area of Scotland, in turn ...
David Faux <> wrote: Ken and Greg:
I have no idea where this I1b notion is coming from. Unless things have changed once again, I have it from a reliable source that originally the researchers there thought that they were looking at a relatively high rate of haplogroup G in some of the clan chieftains. Subsequent work showed this to be I1c. Never did anyone tell me about a single example of I1b being found, but or course we are all waiting with baited breath for the Y study of Ireland by McEvoy at TCD to be published this year in AJHG and there could be a few surprises.
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