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From: Vince Tilroe <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Some more Tut DNA STR values from the video
Date: Thu, 18 Feb 2010 16:50:11 -0700
References: <14735.6683cc3c.38ac6578@aol.com><SNT115-W45463D0E57A424FC088542CC480@phx.gbl> <SNT115-W400377CF1A910C32AFA705CC480@phx.gbl><SNT115-W209B414EEFCD31E04B9B32CC470@phx.gbl> <4B7D8D72.5060401@familytreedna.com><005a01cab0d1$6ba1cde0$42e569a0$@org> <ea3bd9561002181331n71ba88f8h499e1d317daa2d69@mail.gmail.com>
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That would really be something! What are the chances of acquiring a sample
for FTDNA to run a deep-clade R test, if this is truly some form of
R1b1b2? I'm sure there's a ton of guys out there that would gladly help
fund the cost of a test.

Vince T.

On 18 February 2010 14:31, David Faux <> wrote:

> That would be wild, the Pharoahs of Egypt were possibly R-U152!
>
> The only person known to me with DYS393=9 is from Reunion Island and
> apparently Versailles France in the 1600s. He is R-U152*. The plot
> thickens.
>
> David K. Faux.
>
> On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 11:34 AM, Lawrence Mayka <> wrote:
>
> > By itself, DYS393 = 9 in an R-M269 is not unknown. The R1b-U152 has kit
> > #E8003 with DYS393 = 9 and U152+.
> >
> > > From: [mailto:genealogy-dna-
> > > ] On Behalf Of Thomas Krahn
> > > Without the rare DYS393 allele 9 it matches multiple haplogroups. With
> > > the DYS393 = 9 allele I have no matches in the FTDNA database.
> >
> >
>
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