Is it possible to reliably predict I1 subclades which can be found in this table with Bulgarian haplotypes: http://www.plosone.org/article/fetchSingleRepresentation.action?uri=info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0056779.s006
So far my assumption (and not just mine), is that two dominant I1...
Here is my answer to the thread's original question - Slavic migrations represented on a map of Ukrainian origin. The tribes were initially somewhere in western Ukraine, moved south to western Moldavia (or Romanian Moldavia), then to Wallachia and from there to different parts of the Balkans. My...
Important new R1a SNP was discovered recently - Z280. Unlike R-M458 which is more common in Western Slavs, this SNP appears to be predominant among Eastern Slavs. It is also added to ISOGG tree: Y-DNA Haplogroup R and its Subclades
I guess this new subclade should soon help us in getting some...
I used your picture to estimate R1b.
What do you think are the frequencies of R1b and I2a2 in the exact place where Veneti tribe name was written on the picture?
Actually I'm now asking myself why do you think that I2a2 has some higher frequency on that exact place? There is no study which...
Then how do you explain R1b in Veneto? Was it from Boii or not?
And again, have you ever read anything about this or you are just watching the pictures and teaching us by looking at the pictures of unknown authors?
Actually I was wrong in my previous post there was "Venetia and Istria" province inside Roman Empire but that was after Boii tribe came to the region and long after they have already assimilated Veneti as you say.
Why wasn't the province called Boii or something like that?
What I meant is that you should explain what movements and settlements caused that people in Herzegovina have 63,8% of I2a2 and those who live in Veneto most likely have less then 3% (this is my estimation from Rootsi et al study from 2004, see my previous post).
how yes no, please stop confusing people.
Your theory based on similarities of tribe names is not at all reasonable.
Adriatic Veneti were predominantly R1b.
Vistula Veneti were predominantly R1a.
Sarmatians were also predominantly R1a.