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Thread: What is the most common Y Dna Haplogroup in Sicily and Southern Italy?

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    T1a2 -Z19945..Jura
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    E-V13
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    I've taken the Boattini et al. data and broken it down to test your point. I'd say your claim is basically false. There is definitely more J2 in the south than in the north of Italy. However, the coastal north has ample J2 & there are definitely some J2 hotspots in the coastal north & central-east of the peninsula. Nevertheless, there's simply significantly more of it almost everywhere in the south. There are some places in the central east with fairly high numbers too, but the south definitely takes the J2 cake. I'd call that beyond dispute. Indeed, there is more than twice as much J2 in the south of Italy as the north of Italy. Also, the Boattini study is extensive, more recent & I think overall just a fantastic study. There are a lot of samples & samples from diverse areas (coastal, inland, city, rural, etc) to provide a very thorough breakdown of the y-dna profile of Italy. I'd say it's very representative. Again, there may be some hotspots in certain parts of central Italy, but J2 definitely increases as you head south. Not marginally either. Here are the numbers: North: Cuneo: 2/30 7% Vicenze: 5/40 – 12.5% Genoa: 7/50 14% Como: 4/40 10% Brescia:1/40 3% Treviso: 5/32 15.5% Bologna: 1/30 3% La Spezia: 0/24 0% J2 as a percentage of all haplogroups in North Italy (Como to Bologna): 25/286 = 8.7% Central: Siena: 9/85 10.5% Pistoia: 1/13 8% Macerata: 9/40 22.5% Foligno: 9/37 24% L'aquila: 3/30 10% Campobasso: 3/30 10% J2 as a percentage of all haplogroups in Central Italy (Pistoia to Campbasso): 34/235 = 14.5% South: Benevento: 5//35 14% Matera: 4/25 16% Lecce: 10/39 25% Catanzaro: 8/38 21% Agrigento: 7/45 15.5% Catania: 9/52 17% Syracuse/Siracusa – 11/34 32% J2 as a percentage of all haplogroups in South Italy (Benevento to Siracusa): 54/268 =20% Sardinia: Olbia Tempio 3/40 7.5% Oristano: 3/42 7% J2 in Sardinia: 7.5%

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
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    What type of R1b is most common in the south?

    R-PF6570?

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