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Eran, thank you. I suppose also most of the results are fairly close in the high 4s to low 5s on the ones where I would expect higher results. Then the Jewish lower not unexpected and the Chumash a bit of an outlier. I thought I read they were carbon dated to 1500's, is there possibly some European...
Most of these people are thousands of years old. I am guessing that it would be uncommon to share very high % similarity with them unless your ancestry lines go directly to that population. As we include younger populations, your % of similarity would go up and you'll find closer matches. Note, that...
- Sun Mar 31, 2019 11:10 pm
- Forum: Primeval DNA
- Topic: Welcome to Primeval DNA Forum
- Replies: 5
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Thank you for the reply Eran. I recognized your name from having done a few transfers to HomeDNA. That test picked up some of the trace results for me on Native. Then for my middle son yours the only one so far to show his Scandinavian, known Norwegian on his dad's side. The blue GPS right on Norwa...