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The DNA profile of the House of Osman

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The DNA of the famous House of Osman

The House of Osman refers to the family or dynasty that founded the Ottoman Empire and ruled for about 600 years, from the late 13th century until the establishment of the Republic of Turkey in 1922. The dynasty is named after its founder and first sultan, Osman I, who established the empire around 1299. The Ottomans were son-Ottomans, named after their father or ancestor Osman, hence the name of the dynasty and the empire.

Even though the Ottoman Empire was a complex society with many different ethnic groups, the House of Osman claims to be descended from Turkish tribal leaders from Anatolia. Their rule extended not only across what is now Turkey, but expanded to three continents, including parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa, with significant influences on the history of these regions.

Members of the House of Osman trace their patrilineal lineage back to a certain Ertugrul, a legendary figure in Turkish history who is said to have lived in the 13th century. Turkish tradition holds that Ertugrul was the founder and leader of the Kayi tribe, from which the Ottomans emerged. His son, Osman I, led the tribe to power and established the Ottoman Dynasty.

The family tree of the House of Osman has not only political but also religious significance, as the Ottoman Empire claimed the leadership of Islam through the office of Caliph, which it held from the 16th century after the conquest of Egypt. Therefore, the family tree of the House of Osman is also an important document for Islamic history.

In expanding the empire, the Ottomans implemented a series of administrative and military reforms that enabled them to successfully integrate different peoples and cultures. The expansion of the Ottoman Empire was also a period of intense cultural exchange in which many different cultures met and interacted.

The end of the Ottoman Empire and the establishment of modern Turkey in 1922 did not mean the end of the House of Osman. After the demise of the monarchy, members of the royal family were exiled from Turkey. They were not allowed to return until 1974.

Nowadays, the House of Osman strives to preserve its heritage and insists on its symbolic importance in Turkish society. Although they no longer play an official political role, the descendants of the Ottomans are still present in Turkish culture and are ambassadors of their royal origin. In doing so, they also have a certain status by running international foundations and social institutions and regularly participating in public events.

Over the centuries, the House of Osman has thus played a significant role in shaping the history and culture not only of Turkey, but also far beyond. Their influence and legacy continue to shape the identity and self-image of many people in these regions.

The House of Osman belongs to the haplogroup R-M417 in the paternal line.

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How long does a DNA origin analysis take?

After we have received the samples it normally takes 6-8 weeks for the fist results. Depending on the chosen test the result is thus already fully ready or further analysis are done.

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If you order and pay for a test set for somebody else online, the address of the other person under “Comments”. We will then send the collection kit to the address of this person. You can also place your order by phone or e-mail.

This is how the DNA origin analysis works

A Mucus Sample suffices to get a sample of your DNA. Taking the sample is simple and painless and can be done at home. Send the samples with the envelop included in the sampling kit.

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