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sosoo
02-10-20, 23:06
Hello everyone,

I wanted to know if there were other H3am or H1h people?
H3am is my mtdna my mother is from Kabylie (Algeria) and H1h is the mtdna of my maternal grandfather ( he is also from Kabylia).

Do you have any information on these two mtdna, their origins or others?


Thank you in advance.

kingjohn
03-10-20, 19:00
Hello everyone,

I wanted to know if there were other H3am or H1h people?
H3am is my mtdna my mother is from Kabylie (Algeria) and H1h is the mtdna of my maternal grandfather ( he is also from Kabylia).

Do you have any information on these two mtdna, their origins or others?


Thank you in advance.



this is all i got :thinking:

h3am look rare but there is a spanish case
if i am reading it correctly ...

http://www.ianlogan.co.uk/sequences_by_group/h3aa-av_genbank_sequences.htm


ian logan took the spanish case in her site under h3am

from this research :

https://www.nature.com/articles/jhg2016130#MOESM263

they anlaysed in the link above some 53 mtdna cases from galicia




about h1h
there are cases of h1h1 which is downstream of h1h
here :

http://www.ianlogan.co.uk/sequences_by_group/h1h_genbank_sequences.htm

sosoo
13-03-21, 06:50
Thank you for you answer

kingjohn
14-05-21, 17:55
Thank you for you answer



you got some ancient here exciting :cool-v::smile:
bronze age and chalcolithic sites in central and north east italy :



GCP003
Regina Margherita
3277 ± 29 BP; 1608–1504 cal BCE
0.138
XX
H3am

180,991






GLR004
Gattolino
not dated
0.122
XY
H3am
I2b-M26
157,772





source:
this paper

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0960982221005352?via%3Dihub