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From: "Sean Silver" <>
Subject: RE: Re: [DNA] Portuguese R1b
Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 09:49:55 -0500
Its also worth noting that DYS393=12 is also seen in the East, namely the Anatolian peninsula (Turkey), with diminishing genetic diversity on up to Southeast Europe (The Balkans, Italy, Romania) and the near Middle East (Iraq, Armenia, Syria). I've been investigating this particular marker myself, as I've noted in my previous posts. There's a chance this might be entwined with the Sephardic and Morono (Jews converted to Christianity) population in both Spain and Portugal. The latter's just my hypothesis.
> From: > Subject: Re: [DNA] Portuguese R1b> Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2006 06:02:37 -0800> To: > > Robert,> > That's very interesting. Do you see even the ghost of a correlation between> Portuguese 393=12 and a distinctive value at any other marker? > > David W.> > > On 3/14/2006 5:16:35 AM, Robert Tarín () wrote:> > List,> > > > I have been studying Iberian origin haplotypes and found an interesting> > aspect of Haplogroup R1b from Portugal. > > <<snip>>> > -- > No virus found in this outgoing message.> Checked by AVG Free Edition.> Version: 7.1.375 / Virus Database: 268.2.1/278 - Release Date: 3/9/2006> > > > > ==============================> View and search Historical Newspapers. Read about your ancestors, find> marriage announcements and more. Learn more:> http://www.ancestry.com/s13969/rd.ashx>