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Re: Haplogroup G , defined by genetic marker M201
Posted by: James Scamman (ID *****2435) Date: August 27, 2009 at 20:23:45
In Reply to: Re: Haplogroup G , defined by genetic marker M201 by James Scamman of 363

I have another possible explanation for the G haplotype. A descent from Saxon royalty, say from Wigo of Saxo, who fl in the early centuries of the first millenium of the Common Era. It is said that the Saxons were descendants of Isaac, son of the patriarch Abraham who migrated to the Black Sea.


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