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From: John Ozment <>
Subject: [DNA] Ursula's consorts?
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 2010 09:16:03 -0800
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Which male haplogroups were the European consorts of female (Cro-Magnon) Ursula 45,000 years ago? Haplogroup B out of Africa? Neanderthals supposedly last survived around Burgos, northern Spain, but were they in Greece 45K years ago? Hg-R1b and Hg-I and variants are apparently too young. My mtDNA is U5b2b / U5b2b3-proposed (U5-Ursula) from Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. "Using a lot of data, Anatole discovered in 2008 that R1b in Europe is young."--Sasson


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