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    I feel like people underestimate how 'mixed' British people are non-anciently.
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    Geneplaza K29: 62.8% Orkney Isles Scotland French English 25.2% Belarus Ukraine, 10.8% Basque Spain, 1.1% Karitiana Surui Quechua
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    23&me: 90% Irish, 7% Broadly North West European, then Italian, Scandinavian, Yakut, Broadly South European and West African
    Wegene: 2.64% Indian, 63.98% Hungarian, 33.33% French
    LivingDNA: 95.9% Great Britain and Ireland, 2.5% Chechnya, 1.6% Pashtun

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitbluee View Post
    I feel like people underestimate how 'mixed' British people are non-anciently.
    To be fair, British people aren't really all that mixed non-anciently. Most British people can trace their family tree back hundreds of years and it will be pretty much entirely British.

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    BTW I wanted to check some most interesting ancients on Geneplaza (also high-coveraged) I created raw data file looking as similar as possible to 23&Me kit (comments in the header etc) but Geneplaza always detects it's not user kit and didn't process

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ais View Post
    To be fair, British people aren't really all that mixed non-anciently. Most British people can trace their family tree back hundreds of years and it will be pretty much entirely British.
    thats not how it works when youre romani lol
    MyHeritage: 95.1% Ireland Scotland Wales, 3.6% Finland, 1.3% Middle East
    Geneplaza K29: 62.8% Orkney Isles Scotland French English 25.2% Belarus Ukraine, 10.8% Basque Spain, 1.1% Karitiana Surui Quechua
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    23&me: 90% Irish, 7% Broadly North West European, then Italian, Scandinavian, Yakut, Broadly South European and West African
    Wegene: 2.64% Indian, 63.98% Hungarian, 33.33% French
    LivingDNA: 95.9% Great Britain and Ireland, 2.5% Chechnya, 1.6% Pashtun

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitbluee View Post
    thats not how it works when youre romani lol
    Yeah, but most British people aren't Romani lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ais View Post
    Yeah, but most British people aren't Romani lol
    my point is, paper trail or not, if you have a non british greatx grandparent who used a british name, it doesnt make them genetically british.
    MyHeritage: 95.1% Ireland Scotland Wales, 3.6% Finland, 1.3% Middle East
    Geneplaza K29: 62.8% Orkney Isles Scotland French English 25.2% Belarus Ukraine, 10.8% Basque Spain, 1.1% Karitiana Surui Quechua
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    23&me: 90% Irish, 7% Broadly North West European, then Italian, Scandinavian, Yakut, Broadly South European and West African
    Wegene: 2.64% Indian, 63.98% Hungarian, 33.33% French
    LivingDNA: 95.9% Great Britain and Ireland, 2.5% Chechnya, 1.6% Pashtun

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitbluee View Post
    my point is, paper trail or not, if you have a non british greatx grandparent who used a british name, it doesnt make them genetically british.
    Of course not, but most British people don't have that - generally, their greatx grandparents are just British. Not always obviously, but in the majority of cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lukaszM View Post
    BTW I wanted to check some most interesting ancients on Geneplaza (also high-coveraged) I created raw data file looking as similar as possible to 23&Me kit (comments in the header etc) but Geneplaza always detects it's not user kit and didn't process
    I'm also keen on seeing how results will compare for some ancient and modern pops. Since this is the first of its kind to use ancients from the Narasimhan paper, a wider array of validation wouldn't hurt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vestri View Post
    I imagine baltic countries will have some North European ancestry themselves due to Scandinavian influences?
    Also isn't farfetched to believe that Vikings took them as slaves when raiding them and dispersed their genes over North-West Europe over a few generations?

    Considering the R1a Corded Ware connection aswell that goes into much of Norway, much of it's going to be ancient linked? I would confidently believe many Scandinavian folk that came to Britain would also have brought these influences from previous generation raids and slave trades etc.
    A tiny number of slaves spread around (also the Vikings had poor success in raiding the Baltics and only succeeded along the shoreline and made no progress interior and ended up finding it easier to avoid the region and continue on again farther to the east and southeast) shouldn't make other regions end up with 50-100% the same amount of a component though, you'd be lucky to even detect any difference at all from such an event.
    And it still leaves open why very far southern Balkan people, like Albanians are also scoring one of the higher percentages of the component.
    Also nearby areas like Poland and Germany and northern Balkans seem to be not getting much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lukaszM View Post
    BTW I wanted to check some most interesting ancients on Geneplaza (also high-coveraged) I created raw data file looking as similar as possible to 23&Me kit (comments in the header etc) but Geneplaza always detects it's not user kit and didn't process
    Maybe it's sensible to ask Kurd to run ancients on his computer instead.

    @Kurd , could you do this. Must be very interesting for plots and graphs
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