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    Moriscos de Valencia (South East)

    Hola
    Quiero compartir con vosotros el analisis que he hecho sobre los Moriscos (data de VAHADUO) con un calculador de poblaciones modernas.

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    Gracias por esfuerzo.

    Nos faltaría tener muestras de judeo-hispánicos de la época para completar el cuadro.

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    I3808 could well be 1/2 crypto Jewish, 1/4 iberian and 1/4 predominantly Arab, followed by iberian.

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    Jewish are included in Middle-east.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seabass View Post
    I3808 could well be 1/2 crypto Jewish, 1/4 iberian and 1/4 predominantly Arab, followed by iberian.
    I´ve just saw it.

    As per the Supplementary Materials, I3808 is a Muslim (Morisco) female (mtDna H1) from Nécropolis de Torna Alta, Mondújar (Lecrín), Granada, Andalusia (1500–1600 CE). And yes her genetic profile looks Jewish. Her results are similar than Muslim I7499 (1000–1100 CE Cueva Romero, Huéscar, Granada, Andalusia).

    Similarity (correlation) using past3/G25 :

    I3808 :
    Moroccan_Jew 98.73%
    I7499 98.62%
    Italian_Jew 97.91%
    Maltese 97.90%
    Sephardic_Jew 97.47%
    Libyan_Jew 97.41%
    Tunisian_Jew 97.36%
    Ashkenazi_Jew 97.16%
    Sicilian_West 96.64%

    I7499 :
    I3808 98.62%
    Moroccan_Jew 97.89%
    Maltese 96.94%
    I3983 96.93%
    I7424 96.64%
    Italian_Jew 96.55%
    Libyan_Jew 96.52%

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    Quote Originally Posted by Itrane2000 View Post
    Jewish are included in Middle-east.
    You can separate (aproximately) Middle East component in Levantine and Arab-like. They are quite related and close people genetically but results could show us if they tend more to Jewish or other Middle Easterns.

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    So Middle East in this case is refered to jewish? As I can see, in that graphic are separated Middle East and Arabic cathegories
    23andMe: 99.4% Spanish & Portuguese, 0.3% Ashkenazi Jewish, 0.3% Trace Ancestry (0.3% Nigerian)

    My Heritage: 91.5% Iberian, 3.6% Ashkenazi Jewish, 2.7% Middle East, 2.2% Irish, Sccotish and Welsh

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    Quote Originally Posted by rober_tce View Post
    So Middle East in this case is refered to jewish? As I can see, in that graphic are separated Middle East and Arabic cathegories
    no Middle-east refers to Middle eastern population (Lebaneese, Palestinians, Samaritans, Egyptians). There is no specific cluster for Jewish as Spanish Jews (Sephardic) are mixed population and it will overlap with European population and middle eastern population.

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    I have separated arabs from middle east. it is easy to do by selecting non muslim middle-eastern who have received few flux from Arabs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Itrane2000 View Post
    no Middle-east refers to Middle eastern population (Lebaneese, Palestinians, Samaritans, Egyptians). There is no specific cluster for Jewish as Spanish Jews (Sephardic) are mixed population and it will overlap with European population and middle eastern population.
    Middle East would be in this case levantine, that was my doubt, thank you for your answer. As you have said, Sephardim Jewish and the other Western Jewish are a mixed population with a levantine base.
    23andMe: 99.4% Spanish & Portuguese, 0.3% Ashkenazi Jewish, 0.3% Trace Ancestry (0.3% Nigerian)

    My Heritage: 91.5% Iberian, 3.6% Ashkenazi Jewish, 2.7% Middle East, 2.2% Irish, Sccotish and Welsh

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