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Response to wishstar (Reply #5)

Tue Dec 26, 2017, 04:39 AM

10. I did GedMatch and got some interesting results

I put it in all the calculators

I think my British Isles DNA is just plain old diverse because that part of the world is plain old diverse. Although the K36 shows the epicenter of my mom's DNA as being in France, it turns out that it is actually British DNA. The British DNA encompasses a broad sweep of Europe.

I found a site with a map that allows you to subtract out one DNA group. I subtracted out the British Isles and was left with 50%. If I try to subtract out French the whole thing gets muddled and I am only left with 43% remaining DNA. This specific subtract-out works because my parents are from 2 different continents and seem to share only a small amount at the Balkans. (I don't think it would work if my mom was British and my dad was French.)

Armenians were traditionally highly endogamous and my DNA signals coming from that part of the world are more concentrated. I've got several strong focal points in Asia Minor, the Caucus and Assyria.

British Isles (My DNA - Armenian = 50% of remaining DNA)

Armenian (My DNA - British Isles = 50% of remaining DNA)
Europe and Asia

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