Okay, that may be a bit of drama. The Romans generally did not coerce enlistment into their military but the scenario depicted below, relating to subclade E-Ph345, reflects a Y-DNA test subject with roots in Albania whose E-BY4793 ancestors apparently did not end up among Roman recruits. This might suggest Albania as the area where other men of the E-BY4793 subclade were recruited.
The fact that we see only two Family Tree DNA test-subjects from this subclade may be an indication of the relative infrequency of involvement by Albanians in a US-based testing program program and lower levels of Albanian ethnic immigration in the US.
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