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From: CeCe Moore <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] FW: [ISOGG] conclusions about King Tut's Y dna?
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 2010 15:14:12 -0800
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Hi Robert,
I hope so too. Thanks for your work deciphering the video.

> Date: Mon, 22 Feb 2010 17:09:08 -0600
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> Subject: Re: [DNA] FW: [ISOGG] conclusions about King Tut's Y dna?
> Hello CeCe,
> While I was the original person who deciphered the alleles from the video
> shown online at the Discovery Channel's website, I did not post that nor do
> I know who did and have never stated that the results were indeed genuine in
> being that of the Tutankhamun paternal lineage. I presented my findings as
> being what I was able to discern from the video that presents them as though
> they are his lineage and pointed out that the haplotype appears as an R1b.
> This has caused a stir of excitement and speculation and some people are
> jumping the gun as if it is a confirmed fact when it is not. It was never my
> intent to have people take it as genuine unless and until it is confirmed by
> Dr. Zahi Hawass or the Discovery Channel as true. I can only hope that any
> effects of this speculation will have a positive result in prompting Dr.
> Hawass to release more specific DNA information whatever that may be.
> Robert Tarín
> On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 3:44 PM, CeCe Moore <> wrote:
> >
> > Oops, sorry. It didn't forward correctly. Here it is...
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