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    R1a-z92 Deeper Clades?

    I took a 23andme DNA test, and I just tested for R1a-Z92. However, I used a tool linked on ISOGG to predict my subclade and it's apparently Z660, Z661 (I'd post the link, but I've only made 8 posts so far)

    What countries would you guess I'm from based on this? From what I've read it's atypical where my known ancestry is from.

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    Baltic or East Slav. Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania, maybe Eastern Poland, perhaps southwest Russia, Ukraine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joey37 View Post
    Eastern Poland
    Pretty close. I'm southeast from the highlands. I still hear that it's quite a rare clade in Poland though. I wonder if I have any direct Ukrainian or Lithuanian ancestry that may have caused it.

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