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Thread: Are there according to you surprising results from the tested ancient y-dna?

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    Are there according to you surprising results from the tested ancient y-dna?

    With all ancient DNA tested, are there things you find surprising?

    I personally did expect they would find Y-haplogroup J in neolithic samples,
    which is not (yet) happened.

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
    R1b - L21/S145*
    MtDNA haplogroup
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    We have for now very few ancient Y-DNA, too few to allow us to do hasty conclusions and build complicated theories - mt DNA is richer...

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    Well, if it is correct that pharao Tutankhamon was an R1b, I found that a bit surprising.

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