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Thread: Germanic England: Distribution map of R-U160 + I-M170 +R-M198

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    Germanic England: Distribution map of R-U160 + I-M170 +R-M198

    I gathered R-U106, I-M170 and R-M198 data from the British Isles' FTDNA Project and made this map.

    Enjoy:


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    Please, could someone correct the thread name (R-U160 -> R-U106)? Thanks.

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    I think by including all of I-M170 in England as Germanic you are probably catching a considerable non-Germanic element. I-M284 and some other I-M223 groups probably predate the arrival of the Anglo-Saxons in Britain.

    Extreme caution should be exercised when viewing maps based on data obtained from FTDNA projects. I think many of us who have been project administrators for awhile can testify that project members don't always really know for sure that they have listed the right mdka. For many of them the wish is the father of the thought, and they are guessing at where the ancestor was born. Some of their listed mdkas are just pure fantasy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rms2 View Post
    I think by including all of I-M170 in England as Germanic you are probably catching a considerable non-Germanic element. I-M284 and some other I-M223 groups probably predate the arrival of the Anglo-Saxons in Britain.

    Extreme caution should be exercised when viewing maps based on data obtained from FTDNA projects. I think many of us who have been project administrators for awhile can testify that project members don't always really know for sure that they have listed the right mdka. For many of them the wish is the father of the thought, and they are guessing at where the ancestor was born. Some of their listed mdkas are just pure fantasy.
    I am aware of this. But at least we can have a clue instead of wandering through darkness.

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    I think to do anything about the darkness you would have to exclude the non-Germanic bits of I-M170 from that map at least.

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