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  1. What we do have: 1- There were two...

    What we do have:


    1- There were two completely different populations. One in the Steppe (EHG_like) and another in the South (CHG_Near_Eastern_Iranian_like). They had developed and they had been...
  2. BMAC were an essential Ancient Iranian...

    BMAC were an essential Ancient Iranian Population, they had a primordial Indo-European culture, bronze, horses, religion, graves, constructions, warrior culture and they used to speak a kind of...
  3. Archaeological Indo-European and Iranian Y-DNA J1...

    Archaeological Indo-European and Iranian Y-DNA J1 - Database
    When Yamnaya Steppe Culture DNA was discovered a big question remained unanswered, the origin of a part of the admixture: Depending on...
  4. Congratulations. That's a very important task...

    Congratulations. That's a very important task because we need samples from Iran, a completely under-researched region. You can have a great impact in this scientific field with new samples and...
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    Also the Ancient Iranian types of J1 that evolved...

    Also the Ancient Iranian types of J1 that evolved in that region. I think now with the Y DNA Full Genome sequencing we are going to easily detect the proper SNPs. Some of the basal types of R1a and...
  6. Poll: Any Mesolithic individual would had a total...

    Any Mesolithic individual would had a total "make-or-break" situation in terms of descendancy. We would need the full Y-chromosome sequencing of all samples, if that's true :wary2:
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    My Y DNA lineage ...

    My Y DNA lineage


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  8. Degredado, you are delayed 5 years ! The new...

    Degredado, you are delayed 5 years !

    The new SNP branches are here:
    http://ytree.ftdna.com/index.php?name=Draft&parent=root

    You just must find the Y DNA SNPs and Y DNA STRs (haplotypes)...
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    Thanks LeBrok. Could you estimate the same for...

    Thanks LeBrok. Could you estimate the same for Canada ?
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    Ethnonational origins of Brazilian Y/mt DNA

    I made a general estimate of the global Brazilian Y DNA and mtDNA:

    Brazilian population= 200 million

    100 Million Men in Brazil
    - 55% Brazilian Portuguese = 40% Colonial Hardcore - 15%...
  11. Yes, the 16262T, I only have one match in the...

    Yes, the 16262T, I only have one match in the entire FTDNA database. No new article about the H1 subclades was released in the last year. The mitochondrial DNA accumulates mutations at the rate of...
  12. H1 mtDNA 16262T 16278T as a genetic signature of the Portuguese maritime expansion

    My mtDNA is also a component of the Brazilian Portuguese foundation. The Women related to my mtDNA genetic signature were part of the genetic founding stock related to the Portuguese Language and...
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    Y DNA J1b in Europe

    Estimating the time of most recent common ancestor (tMRCA) for Y DNA J1b M365+ in Europe
    The STR diversity between the different clusters is related to 1500/2000 years before present
    That’s the...
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    J1 is a complex and diverse haplogroup....

    J1 is a complex and diverse haplogroup.
    Ideologies, religions and identities are always related to the history of J1, so the sub-haplogroups are fundamental for the history and expansion of this...
  15. History and Destiny of the Portuguese and Brazilian Y DNA J1b

    Y DNA haplogroup J1 is one of the elements in the individuality of Portugal. We can find all types of J1 in Portugal and that’s a singularity of Portugal. The Medieval County of Portucale and the...
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    [QUOTE=Goga;383816]What? Is there 25.9% of hg. J1...

    [QUOTE=Goga;383816]What? Is there 25.9% of hg. J1 (Y-DNA) in the States?

    That's an old article. The sample was not representative of the entire population of the country/region but it was a biased...
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    J1 is passion and war (as every haplogroup is but...

    J1 is passion and war (as every haplogroup is but J1's can be more sectary in my opinion). In the last Millenium different types of J1's with different religions and political projects fought...
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    Every system of classification is a political...

    Every system of classification is a political attitude. We could have some of the major European haplogroups just classified as [IJ], [PQR], [E]. Some people had a shock of reality when they...
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    Thank you ! Soon we will discover new European J1...

    Thank you ! Soon we will discover new European J1 SNPs and new European J1 STR clusters. J1 types can be closely related to some historical ethno-national identities in a very particular way.
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    Hello Maciamo I wrote it and I tried to post...

    Hello Maciamo

    I wrote it and I tried to post the citations and links but as I am a new member here I wasn't allowed to do it and I can't post any link because I still don't have 10 messages. I am...
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    J1 is a central component in the Classical...

    J1 is a central component in the Classical Antiquity, a long period of cultural history centered around the Mediterranean Sea, comprising the interlocking civilizations of ancient Greece and ancient...
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