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  1. R1a-CTS1211 > CTS8816 > Y2902 > YP3994 in Albania and in the Balkans

    It says there was a substantial Ancestry shift towards Eastern Mediterranean / Near East.

    In the S2 table, I could find :

    > R-F1345 (under Z93>Z94>Z2124>Z2122).
    > R-M207 (but it seems it is...
  2. R1a-CTS1211-CTS8816-Y2902 - YP3994

    I saw in the recent paper « Ancient Rome : A genetic crossroad... » that Haplogroup R1a (+J1 & E1b) was present in Rome and/or its surroundings during the Imperial period 27-300 BCE (see Supp....
  3. Poll: Main Y-haplogroups on the territory of Dacia 2000-3000 years ago.

    What I understand is that certain lineages of said culture became germanic (through assimilation) while others finished their ongoing ethnogenesis process and became slavic. Would it be right to call...
  4. Poll: About language and culture, which belong to the...

    About language and culture, which belong to the main elements of an ethnos.
  5. Would it help to upload the data to Yfull ? The...

    Would it help to upload the data to Yfull ?
    The Sicilian could be arberesh. I found someone with the same family name leading some arberesh fighters during the Italian revolution.
  6. How to do this comparison ?

    How to do this comparison ?
  7. I just received my BigY results. I have 18...

    I just received my BigY results. I have 18 private variants. And I cluster with the Sicilian (he is my only BigY match and we share one variant). But it does not say anything about the TMRCA. How can...
  8. Poll: Thanks for your answer and the link. While...

    Thanks for your answer and the link. While certain R1a subclades present in the Balkans may have been brought by Dacian/Gothic tribes, I do not think that this works for most R1a in the Balkans and...
  9. Poll: https://cache.eupedia.com/images/content/Haplogrou...

    https://cache.eupedia.com/images/content/Haplogroup-R1a-Y93.png

    The Goths might have brought (among others) in Spain, Southern France and Italy R1a-M558>CTS8816 (under Z280) but this is based on...
  10. I also noticed that the YDNA path to R-YP3994 has...

    I also noticed that the YDNA path to R-YP3994 has been updated on SNP tracker.

    11479

    Of course, it is not really reliable since this simulated route is only calculated based on the geographical...
  11. R1a-CTS1211 > CTS8816 > Y2902 > YP3994 in Albania and in the Balkans

    I just noticed on www.yfull.com/tree (v. 7.08) that the subclades under R-CTS8816/Y2902 have been reorganized.
    As a result, R-YP3994 does not appear as basal to Y2902 anymore but in the end of the...
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    The journey of CTS5856

    Indeed.
    And in my humble opinion it is meaningless to mention R1a in general without specifying which subclades would be dorian related.
    By the way, it is not the first time I read such...
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    Interesting R1a/Ostrogothic correlation?

    "Regarding Sardinians, the overwhelming majority of their results on YFull come from this study. As you can see, 1200 samples were tested with high coverage tests, so they are over-represented right...
  14. Doubtful. The map is pretty old. I agree. The...

    Doubtful. The map is pretty old.

    I agree. The map surprised me and it is why I asked whether there was some scientific/archeological ground to support it. The map could be old indeed. But If you...
  15. I found this surprising map on this site : ...

    I found this surprising map on this site :

    https://cache.eupedia.com/images/content/middle_bronze_age_europe.jpg

    Is there is any scientific/archeologic evidence of the Ancient Greeks and...
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    Interesting R1a/Ostrogothic correlation?

    Indeed, I found a basal R-L1029 on yfull. And according to Jordanès, there has been some interaction between the Goths and the Vandals (the former having subdued the latter upon their arrival in the...
  17. I do not know for sure but the reasons can be...

    I do not know for sure but the reasons can be multiple (genetic drift, bottlenecks, more or less succesful expansions after the 7th century). Besides, we also have to take into account that the...
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    Here is a link to a recent scientific paper...

    Here is a link to a recent scientific paper (Stolarek, 2019) describing the Goths' initial migration and its impact on the MtDNA of central-east Europe.
    ...
  19. R1a-CTS1211 > CTS8816 > Y2902 > YP3994 in Albania and in the Balkans

    Can you please post a reference of/or a link to this Macedonia Study ?
    I am interested to read about it since Macedonia is the only Balkan country for which I get a percentage higher than 2% in...
  20. You will find a chart with R1a's main subclades...

    You will find a chart with R1a's main subclades per country (for Europe) on this site:

    http://blog.vayda.pl/en/haplogroup-r1a-statistic-02-2018-14-new/

    The data used to prepare it is supposed...
  21. If R1a came before the Slavic expansions, the...

    If R1a came before the Slavic expansions, the Goths would be good candidates given the forming ages and TMRCA's of the various subclades. Before them, came the Cimmerians and the Scythians (during...
  22. There might have been (old) R1a in Europe (and in...

    There might have been (old) R1a in Europe (and in the Balkans) before the slavic invasions. For example, this could be the case of R1a-Z93 (found in ancient Thrace and formed about 5000 ybp, TMRCA...
  23. Sorry if my question bothered you. I had well...

    Sorry if my question bothered you. I had well understood what you wrote, but asked since nowadays minorities pop up everywhere in Albania.

    In any case, thank you for adding the context. Historical...
  24. I agree that R1a is more frequent in South...

    I agree that R1a is more frequent in South Albania (and its level increases going more South). And by the way, I2a-CTS10228 is also higher among Tosk Albanians (10,8%).

    But I have no knowledge of...
  25. As regards the I2a/R1a relation, the proportions...

    As regards the I2a/R1a relation, the proportions of I2a and R1a were perhaps different in the various tribes that invaded the Balkans during the Migrations times and settled in various areas....
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