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Jason Neuharth
20-10-15, 00:18
Megalithic
Spain
La Mina [I0406/Mina 4]
M
3900-3600 BC
I2a2a1b2
Z161+, CTS9183+, L368+, L34+, P221+, P223+, P222+, M223+, P220+, L1195-
H1

Haak 2015; Mathieson 2015

Fire Haired14
20-10-15, 05:09
Haplogroup I2 Eupedia (http://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_I2_Y-DNA.shtml)

Interesting thanks for bringing this up. At first most I2a2a-M223 was assumed to be of Germanic origin. But it was the main lineage of Middle Neolithic Northern Spain.

I2a2a1b was also found in Bronze age Hungary. This one in Spain being Z161 is a big deal because that's the most popular I2a2a-M223 clade today. I wonder how I2a2a-M223 became so popular in Germanic-speakers. Must have been widespread very early on.

MOESAN
26-10-15, 00:30
Haplogroup I2 Eupedia (http://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_I2_Y-DNA.shtml)

Interesting thanks for bringing this up. At first most I2a2a-M223 was assumed to be of Germanic origin. But it was the main lineage of Middle Neolithic Northern Spain.

I2a2a1b was also found in Bronze age Hungary. This one in Spain being Z161 is a big deal because that's the most popular I2a2a-M223 clade today. I wonder how I2a2a-M223 became so popular in Germanic-speakers. Must have been widespread very early on.


I did not know this I-M223 was so common in Middle Neolithic Northern Spain? Have you some details? Thanks beforehand -
I was thinking in possible link with FIRST GENUINE BBs bearers, without any proof, only ma "feminine intuition" plus some today localizations, but placed its first apparition around 3000 BC...

Jason Neuharth
01-11-15, 14:58
http://biorxiv.org/content/early/2015/10/10/016477.figures-only

Jason Neuharth
01-11-15, 15:01
Supplementary_Data_Table_1