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Thread: I1-Z2336 origins?

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    I1-Z2336 origins?

    This is my paternal haplogroup , i cant find any information of where it originated . My Father is Swiss German . Thanks !

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    Quote Originally Posted by saltyshanker View Post
    This is my paternal haplogroup , i cant find any information of where it originated . My Father is Swiss German . Thanks !
    I-Z2336 aka I-CTS6364 is quite old (formed 4600 ybp with a TMRCA of 4200 ybp). See YFull's tree.

    I would imagine it (well descendant groups of Z2336) has a fairly solid origin amongst the Germanic populations who eventually settled in Switzerland.

    Eupedia posts this about Z2336/CTS6364.

    Have you considered testing more SNPs or taking Big Y or another NGS test to confirm your terminal SNP below Z2336?

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    Thanks for your reply and information ! What do you mean by testing more snps and another NGS test :)

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