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i2b1 - anglo-saxons, normans or germans?
Posted by: Cynthia Ganey (ID *****4353) Date: April 29, 2012 at 21:20:17
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Well this DNA testing thing sure has been an adventure. As of right now we have one match to a proven 3rd cousin. So far I have gathered this information.
The "i" group arose in Europe.
i2b occurs in northwest continent of Europe
i2b1 occurse in Britain and north west continent of Europe
i2b1 is found in north and central Europe.
i2b1 seems to occur where there has been invasions from what is now Germany, specifically the Hanovarian region.
i2b1 is found in descendents of Vikings in Britain (Anglo-Saxons)
12b1 came from the Norman invasion of Britain (Normans).
4% of the population in Scotland is i2b and even fewer are i2b1.
i2b is now i2a2. i2b1 is now i2a2a.
And that is just some of what I have read. Is anyone else as confused as I am?


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