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  1. Cool. Yea I knew about the YP515* sample. Pretty...

    Cool. Yea I knew about the YP515* sample. Pretty interesting. Theres also the Southern cluster of L1029 under YP263(R-FT205939), which also has a guy from Kukes who didn't upload.
  2. Sorry for my typo. I mean in Slavs in general....

    Sorry for my typo. I mean in Slavs in general. Z280 is the dominantly represented R1a in all groups from East to West to South. Diverse in the sense that there are older and more than one...
  3. Yes, Well, as mentioned his maps are based...

    Yes,

    Well, as mentioned his maps are based strictly on ftdna sample data from projects.

    Phylogeographer uses yfull/yseq data only.

    Merging the 2 would be great. However, not sure how it...
  4. Not certain. I mean they definitely carried all...

    Not certain. I mean they definitely carried all 3. However, I-Y3120 dominance in South Slavs is due to founder effects and bottlenecks. There is more diversity within Z280 among all Slavs, despite...
  5. It was made by the user ph2ter from Anthrogenica....

    It was made by the user ph2ter from Anthrogenica. I can ask him if he can make a map of your clade. It would include only ftdna testers positive YP3994 though. So any from yseq or yfull that...
  6. I wouldn't say it bypassed Serbs. Most figures...

    I wouldn't say it bypassed Serbs. Most figures average M458 at 5% in Serbs. Some studies showed 4%, and others 6%. Then they have about 13% Z280 which is of course more dominant.

    In Serbs most...
  7. Well, some clades can surely be...

    Well, some clades can surely be proto-slavic/proto-south Slavic. More probably the former as opposed to the latter. However, alot of it rests on minimal ancient DNA evidence with modern distributions...
  8. These are modern samples in the heatmap. Ancient...

    These are modern samples in the heatmap. Ancient DNA is too few to make any concrete statements. However, it does appear at present that M458 and Z280 did have occurrences in pre-Slavic Central...
  9. Pre-Slavic DNA was found in Central Europe for...

    Pre-Slavic DNA was found in Central Europe for these haplogroups not Bulgaria. Bulgaria is just one of the migration points anywhere between late antiquity and early medieval. Among these migrations...
  10. Here's a heatmap of Y2902 based on ftdna samples....

    Here's a heatmap of Y2902 based on ftdna samples.

    https://i.postimg.cc/d1DjSjC3/y9u0qBx.png
  11. They both were involved with Slavic and...

    They both were involved with Slavic and atypically non Slavic migrations. In the Iron age things could have been different.
    As far as the Balkans M458 only peaks in Bulgarians(7-8%). In other South...
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    R1a/I2a is not diverse/dominant among Albanians....

    R1a/I2a is not diverse/dominant among Albanians. The greatest diversity can be found in Central/Central-East Europe. Most clades in Albanians only have founder effects/bottlenecks that date from late...
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    Distances over 5 are considered relatively far....

    Distances over 5 are considered relatively far. Sample/burial is also classified as Avar and the R1a is Z93(not generally common in the Balkan R1a variety). Probably a low quality sample. Though I do...
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    Me: https://i.postimg.cc/9fbQNPdC/me.png

    Me:

    https://i.postimg.cc/9fbQNPdC/me.png
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    My Father:(From Okshtuni Vogel, Dibra, Albania ...

    My Father:(From Okshtuni Vogel, Dibra, Albania




    https://i.postimg.cc/50mLgF0C/father.png


    df
  16. Thread: R1a > R-YP4278

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    CTS1211 is dominantly the Slavic branch of Z280,...

    CTS1211 is dominantly the Slavic branch of Z280, with Z92 is common in Balts. At first glance, YP4278 is a subclade downstream CTS1211, with a TMRCA of 1750ybp. So the entire branch and its...
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    Poll: Update is not finished. Most tnrca fluctuations...

    Update is not finished. Most tnrca fluctuations are a bug according to yfull. Several ancients are older than the new formation date for example.

    Something similar happened last time. Last time...
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    100% Greece and Balkans Wish there was more...

    100% Greece and Balkans

    Wish there was more resolution/sub-regionalization.
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    I mean, it is definitely a "original" European or...

    I mean, it is definitely a "original" European or pre-Indo-European line. It is just that the diversity was mostly wiped out, with majority of modern I1 men descending from one man around 2600BCE who...
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    Yes, I1 today, descend from one male survivor who...

    Yes, I1 today, descend from one male survivor who lived some time around 2600BCE. There is of course older I1 found in ancient graves. However, these are few, far and in-between. As far as I am...
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    I1 has not been in the Balkans for thousands of...

    I1 has not been in the Balkans for thousands of years. At least in the case of most Balkan folk, including Albanians. I1* as a whole has a TMRCA of 4600ybp. This means all living I1 men descend from...
  22. You're right. My bad. I read the date as June...

    You're right. My bad. I read the date as June 12th instead of December 6th lol.
  23. What ever happened with this? Did they uncover...

    What ever happened with this? Did they uncover remains from both periods and plan on DNA extraction?
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    Very interesting. Need to read when I get home....

    Very interesting. Need to read when I get home. Any graves/remains uncovered?
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    Poll: I think its incorrect to make broad generalized...

    I think its incorrect to make broad generalized statements on people's identity based on haplogroups. The more correct statement would be that I2a-Din is not Proto-Albanian or Illyrian.

    It does...
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