Essay on the Origin of our branches

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Essay on the Origin of our branches

Postby Yacine » Tue Apr 19, 2016 12:04 pm

PF2438 would first have spread with the Carthaginian elite, then once they were defeated by the Romans and annexed to the empire, their descendants would have been free to migrate to various parts of the empire from North Africa, Sardinia and Iberia, some eventually reaching Italy, France, Germany/Swiss and Britain. The PF2423 under the Poenicians could also have diffused across the Eastern Mediterranean over the centuries, during the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman periods.

I think it is important to indicate the different hypotheses concerning the origin of each of the major branches of our common trunk. These branches are two in number, all from our "ancestor" PF2438:

Y10561: born 7800 years before our era, probably from the region that lies between the Senegal (Gambia) and Souss (South of Morocco) rivers.
The tribes of Tehalat / Tahla and Ida Oultite of this branch would be derived from a larger group called Guezoula / Djazoula which cited as a Berber tribe from the Middle Ages. Ida Oultite might be the Sélatites from Roman times.

>> FGC18981: born about 5700 years before our era, corresponding to the time of the desertification of the Sahara. It is possible that this was the cause of his migration to north.

>>>> FGC38527: born thousand years BC, it is the ancestor of a family from Austria, one from Spain and one from Switzerland.

>>>> FGC38517: The last two have a common ancestor who lived around 300 BC.
Between 1000 and 300 BC, it is the Phoenician then Carthaginian era in North Africa, one leads thinking of the Punic wars that could bring the descendants of this branch in the Iberian Peninsula (Cartagena), then during the Roman period, there was migration in the Rhineland.

>>>> FGC18960: Born about 1000 BC, it unites an Algerian, a Tunisian from Eastern Algerian origin and the whole Derby1 & 2. The common ancestor would have lived towards 200 BC.

>>>>>> FGC18958: For now two families of English origin, ancestor who probably migrated during Roman times in Britannia. Derby 2 group descended from an ancestor who lived around 1400 AD, at the time of the Black Death that decimated a third to half of the English population. Remains as to whether the two English ramifications (Derby 1 and 2) are or not of the same branch.

PF2423: Branch is located in Iberian Peninsula, Sardinia, Libya, Egypt and even Iran. Two of his descendants took the test Big Y, they would just have to analyze their results (yfull tree) in order to know the age of their branch.

Another branch Z21397 is found in Spain and Sardinia, we do not know precisely its position as a descendant tested has not been for Y10539.
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Re: Essay on the Origin of our branches

Postby Yacine » Thu Feb 02, 2017 9:18 am

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