Explore your maternal heritage in the Encyclopedia of mtDNA Origins.
This morning, I got a bulk email from FTDNA about admin access. Advanced Access is not approximately what project administrators had prior to May 24, 2018. No, I am not granting Advanced access.
This is a quick guide to adjusting your privacy settings for project participation at Family Tree DNA. I, personally, take my privacy extremely seriously, and I hope your own seriously too.
Ancestry is a genealogy company. They also sell DNA tests for personal ethnic origins and genealogy. Their tests are based on a microarray chip.
The Oseberg ship is a Viking ship. It was found in a burial mound in Norway.
Ramesses III was a Pharaoh of Egypt. He was the son of Setnakhte and Queen Tiy-Merenese.
Sweyn II Estridsson, King of Denmark, ruled from 1047 until his death in 1076. He was born around 1019 to Ulf Thorgilsson and Estrid Svendsdatter.
The revised Cambridge Reference Sequence is based on the first mitochondrial genome to be tested. The first version was published in 1981.
Tutankhamun, King Tut,was an Egyptian pharaoh. He ruled about 1332 to 1323 BCE.
Analysis of male specific region of the human Y chromosome sheds light on historical events in Nazi occupied eastern Poland
The aim of this research was to test genetically the remains found in Białystok to determine their possible ethnic background, in order to shed new light on the victims and what happened in the Białystok detention centre during the Nazi occupation.
Ancient genomes from North Africa evidence prehistoric migrations to the Maghreb from both the Levant and Europe
We show that Early Neolithic Moroccans (∼5,000 BCE) are similar to Later Stone Age individuals from the same region and possess an endemic element retained in present-day Maghrebi populations
Two potential migratory routes followed by modern humans to colonize Eurasia from Africa have been proposed. These are the two natural passageways that connect both continents: the northern route through the Sinai Peninsula and the southern route across the Bab al Mandab strait.
A rare combination of mutations within mitochondrial DNA subhaplogroup T2e is identified as affiliated with Sephardic Jews, a group that has received relatively little attention.
We investigated this by using new, improved methods to sequence low-coverage genomes from 101 ancient humans from across Eurasia.