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    Y-DNA haplogroup
    J1b M365+ J1a1 ISOGG
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    History and Destiny of the Portuguese and Brazilian Y DNA J1b

    Y DNA haplogroup J1 is one of the elements in the individuality of Portugal. We can find all types of J1 in Portugal and that’s a singularity of Portugal. The Medieval County of Portucale and the County of Coimbra had specific types of J1. The support of Dom Mendo Alão, the local Warlord of Bragança, was decisive in the creation and the Independence of the Kingdom of Portugal. The Braganção- Alão family in Northwestern Portugal was related to the Alans and we can also find historical documents of the presence and influence of the Alans in the old Lusitania during the fall of the Roman Empire. The Alanic influence in Portugal can had brought some rare SNPs like the Northern J1 types from Northern Iran, Eastern Anatolia, Georgia and Hyrcania to Western Iberia. The rare Western Iberian J1b M365 type is connected to Northern Iranian haplotypes with the TMRCA 2000 years ago approximately. It's very rare to connect any Western European haplotypes/SNPs with Iranian haplotypes/SNPs. The old alliance of the Suebis with the Alans can be observed in old references and in the proper Blazon of Coimbra. The Suebi Kingdom of Gallaecia was the first Post-Roman Polity in Western Europe with the capital in Braga. The Portuguese language is the ethnic language from the Minho and the Warrior Kingdom of Portugal was the first modern Christian Ethno-National State in Europe built with the participation and identity of the Portuguese specific haplotypes and SNPs including the distinctive Portuguese J1b types who took part in the maritime network and in the expansion of the continental frontiers of this formation. The Portuguese language and the Portuguese State fought hard in Western Iberia and in South America to keep and expand a new Project. The Portuguese Empire was the first Empire where the sun never settled, a maritime Empire in Europe, Africa, America and Asia. The biggest product and the Geopolitical Heir of the Portuguese Empire is Brazil, a World Major Polity among the "Top 5" in terms of population, territory and economy in this century. The Brazilian J1b is one of the founder haplotypes of Brazilian Portuguese and we can find this type in the conquest and colonization of every Brazilian region.

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    Fascinating stuff, thank you!

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