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    Default Famous (or Infamous) men of Haplogroup G

    Was just reading the R1a thread, and thought to make one for G men as well.

    Feel free to add.

    I will start things off with:

    Born Joseph Jughashvili. Later, Joseph Stalin - G2a1a (w/DYS391= 9)

    Loxias: The privilege of posting the most notable French G man to date, is all yours.

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    Ötzi the Iceman. G2a4. Nomenclature assumed current. Will know more next month.

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    Hah, just saw this, of course, I'll take this privilege Humanist.

    Louis XVI, and therefore, unless something unreliable happened, so were Louis XV, Louis XIV, Henri IV, Saint Louis IX and all French kings since Hugh Capet were G2a3b1a
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    Really were their bodies checked? great

    ---------- Post added 2011-09-17 at 12:03 ----------

    ps sorry where is thread of famous r1a or r1b or any other?
    Am I right or am I wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwestos View Post
    ps sorry where is thread of famous r1a or r1b or any other?
    We are just compensating for being a (small) minority almost everywhere.
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    haha no i asked because Humanist mentioned in the post no1 "Was just reading the R1a thread, and thought to make one for G men as well." so I thought theres a thread about r1a
    Am I right or am I wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don View Post
    That's because there are no famous r1b's.
    Tzar Nicholas and Nicolaus Copernicus were R1b

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwestos View Post
    Really were their bodies checked? great

    ---------- Post added 2011-09-17 at 12:03 ----------

    ps sorry where is thread of famous r1a or r1b or any other?
    Famous R1a [Men].

    As for one with R1b, see the image below. Obviously, speculative at this point.

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    ah thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pallantides View Post
    Tzar Nicholas and Nicolaus Copernicus were R1b
    So was Charles Darwin.
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