Hmm, maybe the A and B migrations are the same? I can faintly see a red circle around the second marker. But I think it would be strange of them not to mention them both, if that would be the case. Have you tried writing to customer service?Arcadiaville wrote: ↑Mon Jul 01, 2019 3:59 amWell, I can only see one migration route in my online results, Migration B. I must be doing something wrong but have tried every link and button available. Anyhow, the algorithm seems off to not score your results much higher than mine in the Fenno-Scandian population pool. However, your Germany migration path seems appropriate.
Edit: My test result is for $39 raw DNA upload - GPS Origins only. However, the test description references 2 migration journeys so I will try to figure out what I am doing wrong on the website.
Hehe yeah, but it seems Sweden isn't highlighted in the Fennoscandinavian category while Southern France is. I wonder if the Fennoscandinavian-samples have more eastern influences, especially eastern hunter and gatherers (EHG)? I remember reading about EHGs coming from the steppes, wandering through northern Finland, northern Sweden and later on northern Norway where they continued alongside the Norwegian coast. If that is the case, coastal Norwegians (NW and W) might have a higher percent of EHG than their midland-bretheren. Just speculations on my part though
Yeah, the Germany path seems very plausable! I wouldn't be extremely surprised if the Urkainian path would be true either. I wonder if it might come from my mother's side since my maternal haplogroup is H1c and it's, to quote Eupedia.com, "found especially in Eastern Europe, Central Asia and North Asia / / found in Neolithic Germany and in Bronze Age Latvia". It's all so interesing!