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Alpenjager
22-01-17, 02:56
After my phylogenetic T-M184 tree work I started to wonder why T1a-M70 have 3 Paleolithic survivor brother branches.
Then I compared this with other haplogroups and I got some interesting results.
The "three brother's event" is found mostly in those lineages that participated in the Early Neolithic.
Probably this results are hidding a very ancient and successful way of life.

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Sile
23-01-17, 06:47
After my phylogenetic T-M184 tree work I started to wonder why T1a-M70 have 3 Paleolithic survival brother branches.
Then I compared this with other haplogroups and I got some interesting results.
The "three brother's event" is found mostly in those lineages that participated in the Early Neolithic.
Probably this results are hidding a very ancient and successful way of life.

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amazing how the top 2 haplogroups ( oldest ) along with G2a are all LBK central Europe