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Thread: New map of mtDNA haplogroup U2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janszky View Post
    My maternal ancestors from Bavaria, I am U2e2a1.
    So am I. I think it's mesolithic hunter-gatherer but picked up by Indo-European speakers. There are a few others I've seen, mostly from the British Isles but one from Switzerland. I think it may have spread out from there, or at least my line did.


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    This paper suggest U2 women were part of the first hunter gatherers in Northern Europe - so pre indo european

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    Has U2e or a precursor to U2e ever been found in upper paleolithic Siberia (like the Mal'ta and AG related cultures)? Ancient North Siberia ancestors of ANE are thought to be a combination of some Sungir/Kostenki-like population (~70%) and some early east Eurasian population (~30%). I wonder if the east Eurasian segment is responsible for P1*, while the Sungir-like component could have brought U2 along with it to eastern Siberia.

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