ALEKSANDAR STANIC

Ljudsko poreklo: od naše zajedničke istorije do vaše priče

Tokom istorije postavljana su pitanja ko smo i odakle dolazimo. Nekada smo svoje poreklo objašnjavali mitologijom i folklorom, ali sada koristimo modernu nauku da bismo na njih odgovorili. Genetika nam pomaže da ispričamo priču o svom poreklu od početka, kroz formiranje ljudskih genskih fondova do poslednjih 2000 godina istorije. Rezultati testa koje ste upravo dobili, zajedno sa sledećim informacijama, pomoći će Vam da razumete svoju ličnu priču, od zajedničke istorije svih ljudi do vaše jedinstvene porodične priče.

GENE POOL PERCENTAGES

#1 Fennoscandia 19.1%
#1 FENNOSCANDIA

The area known as Fennoscandia encompasses the countries of Norway, Sweden, Finland

#2 Sardinia 13.3%
#2 SARDINIA

For many years the island of Sardinia has fascinated geneticists and anthropologists because of its long

#3 Southern France 12.6%

#3 SOUTHERN FRANCE

Southern France was a major crossroads of Europe with multiple waves of human migration. The people of

GENE POOL Complete Results​

#1 Fennoscandia 19.1%

Origin: Peaks in the Iceland and Norway and declines in Finland, England, and France

#2 Sardinia 13.3%

Origin: Peaks in Sardinia and declines in Italy, Greece, Albania, and The Balkans

#3 Southern France 12.6%

Origin: Peaks in south France and declines in north France, England, Orkney islands, and Scandinavia

#4 Orkney Islands 11.6%

Origin: Peaks in the Orkney islands and declines in England, France, Germany, Belarus, and Poland

#5 Southeastern India 9.8%

Origin: Endemic to south eastern india with residues in Pakistan

#6 Tuva 9.2%

Origin: Peaks in south Siberia (Russians: Tuvinian) and declines in North Mongolia

#7 Western Siberia 8.1%

Origin: Peaks in Krasnoyarsk Krai and declines towards east Russia

#8 Basque Country 7.8%

Origin: Peaks in France and Spain Basque regions and declines in Spain, France, and Germany

#9 Northern India 3%

Origin: Peaks in North India (Dharkars, Kanjars) and declines in Pakistan

#10 Western South America 2.2%

Origin: Peaks in Peru, Mexico, and North America and declines in Eastern Russia

#11 The Southern Levant 1.2%

Origin: This gene pool is localized to Israel with residues in Syria

#12 Northwestern Africa 1.1%

Origin: Peaks in Algeria and declines in Morocco and Tunisia

DNA MIGRATION ROUTES

* The GPS Origins test is an Autosomal (SNP) test that is not gender specific. Although both Migration Patterns represent your Maternal and Paternal DNA route, we cannot differentiate which route is specifically your parents’ individual route at this time.

* The GPS Origins test is an Autosomal (SNP) test that is not gender specific. Although both Migration Patterns represent your Maternal and Paternal DNA route, we cannot differentiate which route is specifically your parents’ individual route at this time.

Migration Story B

Movement from Romania to Slovenia

At some point after 538 AD your ancestors moved to Slovenia and once they reached there this is what they would have experienced:

Roman Slovenia and the Migration Period

Between 9 BC and 493 AD, Slovenia was ruled by local leaders in a period known as the Roman era. By 9 BC, the Romans had conquered the Illyrian and Celtic tribes of Slovenia and made the country part of Roman Illyricum. They brought with them advanced infrastructure and founded several cities but many of these were destroyed by raiding tribes in the Migration period. The Romans abandoned Slovenia at the end of the 4th century. By the 5th century it was included in the Ostrogothic Kingdom. People migrated from Italy and Greece and across the Roman Empire to Slovenia as the Romans invaded Slovenia and began to include it in the Eastern Roman Empire, sending in politicians, traders and laborers from around their empire.

The Ostrogothic Kingdom and Samo’s Empire

Between 494 AD and 658 AD, Slovenia was ruled by local leaders in a period known as the Early Byzantine era. In the 5th century Slovenia was part of the Ostrogothic Kingdom until its disintegration in 553., It was subsequently contested by the Byzantine Empire and the Lombards, who went on to settle Italy. Waves of Slavic tribes from the east reached Slovenia from the 6th century and settled the eastern Alps. A Slavic tribal union, lead by Samo, overthrew Avar rule in the area and Carantania, an independent Slavic state, was established. People migrated from Scandinavia and Eastern Europe and Central Asia to Slovenia due to Ostrogothic and then Slavic invaders. At the same time, populations moved from Slovenia to places like Italy and Croatia when the Lombards began to migrate to Italy, where they founded a kingdom in 568 AD.

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