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Re: How could my mitrochondrial DNA be a U5a1a when I am supposedly Greek?
Posted by: Ron Mesnard (ID *****3965) Date: March 25, 2008 at 05:16:19
In Reply to: Re: How could my mitrochondrial DNA be a U5a1a when I am supposedly Greek? by Jessica Bonner of 4710

Passed through! I think they laid siege to what was then Constantanople the capital. The Normans were called Vikings a half milennia before. It was their tradition to rape and piliage. It is more likely that your ancestors came to Greece in a more peaceful mannor. You ancestors could have been merchants, etc. There are endless possiblities.


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