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From: "Milos Bogdanovic" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] I1b1-Dinaric
Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2007 00:32:12 +0200
References: <d34.14e055c1.34280e59@aol.com><009a01c7fe12$f6a4cb50$6501a8c0@Richard><11985d4c0709231247k3f54153aid4429362194fe2b6@mail.gmail.com><002c01c7fe1e$af53fee0$6400a8c0@Ken1><002501c7fe2d$098dcd60$6ab042c3@deloxuxcgbs2eq><005301c7fe2f$79262710$6400a8c0@Ken1>


> Giving a name to HG-I as a whole more specific than "European" is
foolish,
> I think. The clades of HG-I are too diverse and spread around to
different
> parts of Europe (and even spilling a bit to further eastward places) to
say
> anything more specific for the whole haplogroup I. As far as
> "atlanto-mediterranean" is concerned, there is probably a slight tendency
> for HG-I to avoid the shores of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.

It is only name of this anthropological type. You maybe say dinaric for
I1b1,
but I1b1 is high distribution in Moldavia. Moldavia is not Dinaric Alps.



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