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    Lightbulb I want to know more about my DNA

    Hello everybody
    excuse my english I live in France (and speak only french) so I am dont really good in english...
    anyway my little brother do a dna test for me (I wanted to know our origins) and the results are : our haplogroup is J1C3d (L147.1)
    I do not understand all and I have no money to do more tests, I want to know what my Y-STR mean and to have more information to find a trace of my ancestors .. .

    hope you will help me

    PANEL 1 (1-12)

    Marker DYS393 DYS390 DYS19** DYS391 DYS385 DYS426 DYS388 DYS439 DYS389I DYS392 DYS389II***
    Value 12 23 14 12 12-17 11 17 11 13 11 29


    PANEL 2 (13-25)

    Marker DYS458 DYS459 DYS455 DYS454 DYS447 DYS437 DYS448 DYS449 DYS464
    Value 19 8-9 11 11 26 14 20 25 13-14-16-17

    PANEL 3 (26-37)

    Marker DYS460 Y-GATA-H4 YCAII DYS456 DYS607 DYS576 DYS570 CDY DYS442 DYS438
    Value 10 10 22-22 14 14 18 16 31-35 11 10


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    Your Y-Dna and X-Chromozones are just a narrow part of your ancestry. To get all your ancestry you need ansominal genetics. I'll send you a link in the private messages

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    From what I can gather, your STR markers seem to indicate that you might belong to subclade L222.2, a typically Arabian subclade which appeared some 2400 years ago which is consistent with the appearance of Arabian tribes in the historical record a few centuries earlier during the battle of Qarqar which took place in 853 BCE.

    L222.2 is a subclade of YSC234, which is approximately 5400 years old and probably tracks the break up and expansion of Semitic languages (which occured circa 5750 BP according to Kitchen et al 2009).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Semitic Duwa View Post
    From what I can gather, your STR markers seem to indicate that you might belong to subclade L222.2, a typically Arabian subclade which appeared some 2400 years ago which is consistent with the appearance of Arabian tribes in the historical record a few centuries earlier during the battle of Qarqar which took place in 853 BCE.

    L222.2 is a subclade of YSC234, which is approximately 5400 years old and probably tracks the break up and expansion of Semitic languages (which occured circa 5750 BP according to Kitchen et al 2009).
    Quote Originally Posted by Semitic Duwa View Post
    From what I can gather, your STR markers seem to indicate that you might belong to subclade L222.2, a typically Arabian subclade which appeared some 2400 years ago which is consistent with the appearance of Arabian tribes in the historical record a few centuries earlier during the battle of Qarqar which took place in 853 BCE.

    L222.2 is a subclade of YSC234, which is approximately 5400 years old and probably tracks the break up and expansion of Semitic languages (which occured circa 5750 BP according to Kitchen et al 2009).
    But L222.2 ancestor in Yemen how be in battle of Qarqar ?

    j1 groups in In the Fertile Crescent befor 2000 years with yemens tribes came from yemen j1c3* and j1c3d but not L222.2

    thise claim like jews claim when they say zs227 is cohenem like r1a1a when they say Levi

    But I'll tell you something
    btween you and arab more than 6000 years btween jews m84 and arab m84 4000 years

    Hummer and Bennett deceived your people and make you take What is not yours

    abraham is m84 i dont think you all Subscribe to this deception

    Maybe you who say I do not want to deceive other Jews ! And the return of rights to real semitic and abrahams

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    Quote Originally Posted by khufu View Post
    But L222.2 ancestor in Yemen how be in battle of Qarqar ?

    j1 groups in In the Fertile Crescent befor 2000 years with yemens tribes came from yemen j1c3* and j1c3d but not L222.2

    thise claim like jews claim when they say zs227 is cohenem like r1a1a when they say Levi

    But I'll tell you something
    btween you and arab more than 6000 years btween jews m84 and arab m84 4000 years

    Hummer and Bennett deceived your people and make you take What is not yours

    abraham is m84 i dont think you all Subscribe to this deception

    Maybe you who say I do not want to deceive other Jews ! And the return of rights to real semitic and abrahams
    I have a hard time understanding what you wrote, if you want you can send me a PM in arabic and I'll be sure to answer.

    Regarding L222.2, I'd say it probably came from the northern part of the Arabian peninsula, around Jordan and Syria... Not the southern part, that's for sure.
    BTW, E-M34 is the most common paternal lineage amongst my relatives, and I strongly suspect my paternal grandmother's father was E-M34+.

    Finally, I'd avoid throwing religious figures into this discussion, we're discussing facts here (not beliefs).

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    From 23andMe I got paternal J1 rs9341313 (M267) and maternal H3 (Northern European)

    Using the site dna. jameslick. com

    Maternal:
    mtDNA H3 and H3af and H3b(G16129A).

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