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    Do these subgroups R-P311 and R-S47 check out?

    Hello friends, I recently tested with 23andme and my Y-DNA haplogroup turned out as R-P311. I then uploaded my raw data to Wegene as I heard you could get a more accurate haplogroup and it came out as R1b1a1a2a1a2b3b or R-S47. So do these two subgroups fall into each other? I was researching to find the answer on my own and I believe they fall under R1b-U106, but I am unsure if this is the case. If someone knowledgeable on the subject could give me some guidance that would be most appreciated.

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    Actually, upon further investigation, they may fall under U-152? I am not entirely sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enriquez View Post
    Actually, upon further investigation, they may fall under U-152? I am not entirely sure.
    U152 > Z56 > Z43 > S47. See the Eupedia R1b page / Phylogeny
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    Z56 z43 s47 Very italic

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