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    Serbian atDNA results

    I manage to collect 69 autosomal DNA results of Serbs from various regions of ex-Yugoslavia but mostly from western parts. They are tested by FTDNA, 23andMe and Ancestry.
    I hope that we shall compare them with another population in the neighborhood. For a start, here are the results according to DODECAD K7b:

    DODECAD K7b.jpg

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    EUROGENES K13:

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    And EUROGENES v2 K15:

    EUROGENES v2-K15.jpg

    I have data for several calculators and it will be no problem to make them available here MDLP will be next for sure.

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    Thanks for sharing. I haven't seen a lot of Croatian results but I'd assume they might be similar to Serbians.
    Ancestry on paper: English, Scottish, Irish, Welsh, Croatian, Ashkenazi, Polish and Māori.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BalkanKiwi View Post
    Thanks for sharing. I haven't seen a lot of Croatian results but I'd assume they might be similar to Serbians.
    More or less...Serbs, in general, have a little more Med and West Asian (Caucasus) admixtures than Croats.

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    MDLP K23b Serbs.jpg

    I couldn't do this earlier.

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    MDLP World 22 Serbs.jpg

    First pic is MDLP K23b, and this one MDLP World-22.

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    Are you guys secretly Romanian? The average results from your samples are almost identical to mine, though I get slightly more Mongoloid admixture and less Farmers (Mediterranean).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorkymon View Post
    Are you guys secretly Romanian? The average results from your samples are almost identical to mine, though I get slightly more Mongoloid admixture and less Farmers (Mediterranean).

    He is using Serbs from the western parts of the former Yugoslavia. These Serbs trace their history back to the migrations during the Ottoman Era when "Vlachs" were resettled in depopulated parts of Bosnia and today's Croatia with some crossing over to the Habsburg side to serve as soldiers defending the border from the Ottomans. They were granted special privileges for their service under the "Statuta Valachorum" (Vlach Status) in these lands. These Serbs all originate from the area encompassing today's Eastern Herzegovina, North and Northwestern Montenegro (Old Herzegovina), Southeastern Bosnia, and Southwestern Serbia (Stari Vlah/Old Vlach).

    Statuta Valachorum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorkymon View Post
    Are you guys secretly Romanian? The average results from your samples are almost identical to mine, though I get slightly more Mongoloid admixture and less Farmers (Mediterranean).
    Are Romanians secretly Yugoslavs ?

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