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    Do you prefer Y-DNA maps with or withour country borders ?

    I have originally made all my Y-DNA frequency maps without showing the political borders of modern countries. I only added borders for the maps of haplogroup I, R1 and EGJT. I could easily add borders though. As I prefer to have only one version of each map online, I would like to ask first if I...
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    New migration map of haplogroup R1a1a

    After my new R1b migration map, here is an illustration of the R1a history. The pattern of migration completes that of R1b. You will find all the explanations in the R1a history section. Just one new thing. The chiefly Germanic L664 subclade is the only subclade of R1a that migrated alongside...
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    New migration map of haplogroup R1b

    I made my first R1b migration map over four years ago. Little has changed since then in the way I see the history of R1b people. What changed are the names of subclades and the new branches of S116/P312, like DF19, DF27 and L238, or the recent discovery of the Indo-European Z2103 branch in the...
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    Map of Hallstatt and La Tène expansions

    I have made a new map showing the spread of the Hallstatt and La Tène cultures from the Late Bronze Age to the Late Iron Age. There were already maps on Wikipedia but some lacked accuracy, others didn't show the modern borders or cut out Eastern Europe and Anatolia. I have also updated the...
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    Map of Celtic & Italic paternal lineages

    I have created a map showing all Italo-Celtic subclades of R1b, namely everything downstream of S116 (P312). That represents most of the European R1b minus the Greco-Etruscan R1b-L23, the Germanic R1b-U106 and R1b-L238, and the Proto-Celto-Germanic L11, L51 and L150. S116 includes subclades...
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    Map of Germanic paternal lineages

    I have created a new map combining most Germanic lineages associated with the diffusion Germanic peoples from the Iron Age onwards. These includes Y-DNA haplogroups I1 (except some subclades of Finnish origin), I2-M223, R1a-Z284, R1b-U106, and R1b-L238.
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    New map of Haplogroups E1b1b + G + J + T

    Here is the third and final map in my new series designed to show the three major components of the European population. The first map, representing all subclades of Haplogroup I, i.e. the lineages descended from the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic inhabitants of Europe. The second combined...
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    New map of Haplogrpoup R1 (R1a + R1b)

    After the map of Haplogroup I, here is the map of Haplogroup R1. Since both R1a and R1b are associated with the spread of Indo-European languages, it is easy to visualise why almost all Europeans speak IE languages, but North Africans and Middle Easterners don't (apart from the Armenians, who...
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    New map of Haplogroup I (all subclades)

    I have merged the maps of Y-haplogroups I1, I2a1 (former I2a) and I2a2 (former I2b). Here is what it looks like.
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