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    Indo European Haplogroups

    Hello, I think we can all agree that R1b and R1a are Indo European Haplogroups, but what minority of other Haplogroups followed them on their conquest of Europe?E-v13? J2b? G-L497? Perhaps some N in there. Thoughts?
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    It depends on when and where certain haplogroups were assimilated by the Indo-Europeans, I believe I1 in Scandinavia came with the advance of Corded ware, given its age, but wasn't present in Yamna culture, and so was assimilated between these two events, that's just my theory.

    Haplogroup Q has some subclades that I believe to be Indo-European, like Q1a2b1 (L527) and Q1a2a1a2 (L804), the first is found exclusively in Scandinavia and places settled by the Vikings, and the second is found in Germany, Scandinavia and Britain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffy View Post
    Hello, I think we can all agree that R1b and R1a are Indo European Haplogroups, but what minority of other Haplogroups followed them on their conquest of Europe?
    No, we can not all agree that R1b and R1a are "Indo-European" haplogroups. These two haplogroups are just too old to be connected to the Indo-Europeans. Specific clades of these haplogroups can be considered as "indo-European" but these clades are the minority. R1b evolved in West Asia and all basal forms of R1b exist only there (R1b*, R1b-L389* etc.). So many of the R1b clades are of pre-Indo-European-Proto-Near Eastern stock.
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