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    MyOrigins - Resultados lusos e brasileiros

    Sempre quis saber como são os resultados portugueses no teste autossômico da FTDNA, mas até agora me deparei com poucos.

    Meus resultados seguem abaixo. Eu sou do Nordeste do Brasil, aliás.


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    Is there any service available in Brazil?

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    FTDNA envia o kit para o Brasil. O problema é o retorno por causa das complicações burocráticas.
    J1 FGC5987 to FGC6175 (188 new SNPs)
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    Quote Originally Posted by emc View Post
    Sou de São Paulo

    Damn, not bad! I never knew that there are still unadmixed Brazilians. You're as pure European as a Brazilian can be. The South American genes are likely just trace results not worth paying attention to.

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    Brazil is a very big, complex and diverse country. We can find people in Brazil from remote parts of Central or Eastern Europe (Hunsrück, Pomerania, Silesia) after six generations in the country still "unadmixed", "homogeneous" and living in the same rural areas where their ancestors arrived in the 19th century. We can find a good number of people 100% European without any other ancestry or ancestors living in Brazil before 1900, so relatively recent immigrants. Even Brazilians of old Colonial ancestry considered "white" usually have more than 90% of European (mostly Portuguese) ancestry, what is more or less the same situation found in the old stock "white"people from Cuba, Argentina or Uruguay, so everything is possible and we can find any kind of admixtures and proportions in the country.
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    More or less my results are of a typical "Quatrocentão", Brazilian Colonial Portuguese Ancestry - all my 4 grandparents have genealogies in Brazil since 1500. Distant Amerindian, African, Sephardic, Moor-Berber and mostly Portuguese with some European immigrants from Eastern Germany in late 1890"s

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCO View Post
    More or less my results are of a typical "Quatrocentão", Brazilian Colonial Portuguese Ancestry - all my 4 grandparents have genealogies in Brazil since 1500. Distant Amerindian, African, Sephardic, Moor-Berber and mostly Portuguese with some European immigrants from Eastern Germany in late 1890"s

    Thanks for sharing this, and also thanks for answering my initial inquiries. Your ancestry looks fairly White/European to me . How many Brazilians are there with more than 90% European admixture? I would assume not many, even in the south.

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    I would say about 20% of Brazilians (total of 205 million so approximately 40 million) would have more than 90% Euro but depends on the social class and the region. The Brazilian state with the biggest proportion of European ancestry is Santa Catarina - 5,297,000 White people (86.96%), 608,000 Brown (Multiracial) people (9.98%), 160,000 Black people (2.63%), 15,000 Asian people (0.25%), 5,000 Amerindian people (0.09%)
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    Quote Originally Posted by RCO View Post
    I would say about 20% of Brazilians (total of 205 million so approximately 40 million) would have more than 90% Euro but depends on the social class and the region. The Brazilian state with the biggest proportion of European ancestry is Santa Catarina - 5,297,000 White people (86.96%), 608,000 Brown (Multiracial) people (9.98%), 160,000 Black people (2.63%), 15,000 Asian people (0.25%), 5,000 Amerindian people (0.09%)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Catarina_(state)
    Okay, are you from a very, very high class? Your results are really good for a Brazilian, in terms of European admixture, considering your long family history in Brazil.

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