Have you realized there's barely J haplogroups, and none T, H, V were found.
It's all the 'unbranched' ancestors of them, R0 and R2.
Which leads me to think that Arabs, given their southern geography, mixed with some of the earliest R0 and R2 out of India.
A lot of people see the spread of the "yamnaya men" as a very important event and believe there's a greatness attached to the spread of the Indo-European languages (assuming that R1 carriers from Yamnaya did such a thing) and particularly, something special.
But actually, civilization is quite...
70% of European women descend from 2 haplogroups whose origins lie in the MULTITUDE of branches of female macrohaplogroup R we find in India:
50% from R0 (through H and V), HV exists mostly in Mesopotamia/Irak, but ultimately hails from India, where R0 carrier Lady Di came from.
20% from R2...
The sudden expansion of Y-DNA F in all the world, is a clear indication that during "prehistory" people were capable of moving continental distances and thinking big enough to conquer, not a small region, but whole surfaces of territory big as current nations.
The scientific consensus has...
The Human haplogroup clasification clearly shows Caucasoid is the default.
The other races are a mixture with whatever is left of the pre-N mtDNA (L clades) + that haplogroup M.
On the male side needs special mention the haplogroup E, that as oppose to F seems to have mixed with the previous...
High WHG have the Balts. And they have it instead of high I2 quantities.
I don't remember the exact name of the paper.
But in the Baltic countries (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania) lived the Western Hunter Gatherers.
That was until the Late Eneolithic(I think, I don't remember the exact era, but...
The Jews and Arabs are clearly J1 in origin.
As are Hebrew and Arab.
This is by looking where's Arabia and Israel(Juda).
But it's very likely that other Semitic J2 languages intermingled with J1 peoples.
Wherever there's J2, there's J1.
As per "Christianity and Islam don't pick haplogroups"...
South of the Mediterranean is Africa, and Africans peak in archaic human DNA.
So, "avoiding Neanderthal ancestry" is highly misleading.
A lot of people don't know the names Erectus, Rhodesiensis and Denisovan.
But that ancestry also exists, and it's even less related genetically to us.
female haplogroup U6 again
She also appears in Romania, Georgia and now Poland around this same period.
What I wonder is the male haplogroup.
It's so bad that we always get only the mtDNA for certain periods.
Is it I, IJ, IJK*, GHIJK*...? Or maybe even mixed with C haplogroup (something common...
The point I'm trying to make is that the I2 remains aren't far away from the R1a, it's the opposite, they share a border.
You don't need to go to Central Europe to find them.
In fact, even if the Baltic States lack larger numbers of I2 haplogroup, WHG ancestry peaks there.
This proves that I2...
Archeology has shown that I2 was the only Y-DNA outside Russia during the Eneolithic.
I believe that if they're "Yugo-Slavs", they most likely come from the I2 that used to be 100% of the men in "Belarusian" and "Ukrainian" land, rather than from Central Europe.
Yes, I am surprised about how Y-DNA K2 mingles from Caucasoid, to mix with Mongoloid with K2a, then to Australoid with K2b.
And then the P branch, still Australoid (Negrito) gives birth to Q Mongoloid but darker, and R, which ends up being a majority in the Atlantic region.