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    In the W&N2a mtDNA project at FTDNA, we have...

    In the W&N2a mtDNA project at FTDNA, we have noticed that T119C is not a stable marker of all haplogroups. In W1c as one example, almost half of the members lack this mutation, even though it is...
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    W3a1 has a huge spread from Ireland to Laos and...

    W3a1 has a huge spread from Ireland to Laos and many subbranches (20+), indicating that it has an ancient origin, most probably Stone Age. In the W&N2a mtDNA haplogroup project at FTDNA, we have...
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    W3b1 is also found in Belarus. “Margaryan et...

    W3b1 is also found in Belarus.

    “Margaryan et al 2017” describes an ancient Armenian W3b sample ARM33 from Nerqin Getashen along the southwest coast of Lake Sevan in Armenia, dated to 1400-1200 BC...
  4. The I2-M223 lines in Västerbotten are certainly...

    The I2-M223 lines in Västerbotten are certainly not due to medieval immigration. The largest group in Västerbotten belong to I-S8104 which seems to be Early Iron Age Scandinavian.
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