Monia 1 Jul 2011 #1On 14 April 2003, a document was published , confirming the completion of sequencing the genome with 99% accuracy of 99.99%. Since that time it was possible to do more acurate research about our Polish ancestry by Polish researchers .According to genetic researchers , today`s Polish people are a blend of Slavic type and Nordic type ,which makes them very different from other Slav people... Poles belong to the nations with the highest incidence in Europe, haplogroup A1 r1Researcher Semino was first to show the relationship with so called “ kurhanowcami” R1a1 (their descendants are the Scythians and Sarmatians later)According to the Polish population of DNA tests, conducted at Warsaw Medical University in 2004, there is no obvious genetic stratification between the different descendants of the Polish population . Today the Poles have a similar genome, with a uniform admixture of genes of many nations.Individuals of Polish nationality are more "genetically related" to each other than members of other European societies, where there are often greater differences between regionsIn the second half of the tenth century, appears on the Polish territory a large number of Scandinavian warriors. Scandinavian influences during the early Polish state are clear and have been proven by researchers. Through these influences , the Poles were strongly distinguished from kinsmen from the east.This influence of Nordic tribes on Polish Slavic tribes resulted in phenomenon that the northern parts of Poland are inhabited by people with lighter hair, eyes and skin color, as opposite to south, where the darker skin complexion and darker hair are dominating.which was caused by Roman Empire inhabitants moving to southern parts of today`s Poland..Variety of anthropological types occurring in Poland before 1939 were mainly:consisting of the Nordic type, the Mediterranean, Alpine type and type Armenianoidal .The most popular type occurring in the post-war Poland is a mixed type so called .- SubnordicAccording to measurements made in 1955, in Poland, bright hair is characterized by 55.9%, and light colored eyes by 72.4% of the population.Using a scale of Martin estimated the incidence of blue eyes (categories 16-12) to 45-50%, dark (categories 6-1) in approximately 20% of the people.Hair color blonde (AP categories Fisher scale occur in approximately 20-25% of individuals, the darkest hair (the very black ) occur in very rare native Poles.