Y-DNA-HAPLOGROUP-I-L Archives

Archiver > Y-DNA-HAPLOGROUP-I > 2011-09 > 1315960556


From: "Julie Frame Falk" <>
Subject: Re: [yDNAhgI] The ice man's y-dna haplogroup
Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2011 10:35:56 +1000
References: <C68183FAD18A4759A7A90DCD3D3AA335@kenPC><4E6FB842.7010407@genealogie-fritsche.de><7D37397D5FA74EE7B89473B082057B05@kenPC><D86CF456DEC946B8B77D13CFC62C9177@MasterHP><AE06DB00E4E9419F9E86FA1110517E57@kenPC>
In-Reply-To: <AE06DB00E4E9419F9E86FA1110517E57@kenPC>


From:

< One of the other delegates was working on
the DNA of Otzi and invited her to his lab to see what was happening.
Whilst there, he asked her for a sample of her DNA as he was attempting to
build a database of results. She obliged and thought no more of it. Some
months later she had a phone call from the scientist saying that they had
discovered that she was the nearest living relative of Otzi on their
database. >

From: Kenneth Nordtvedt
< I think ice man's mtdna is K >
haplogroup?

Just from memory, and I hope I'm not misquoting, but I think that story is in Bryan Sykes's book, The Seven Daughters of Eve.
Oetzi was a K - as am I, so I have an interest in this VERY distant cousin!


Regards

Julie
NSW Aust


This thread: