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    E-V22 , E-V13 and their relationship with Haplogroup I

    as far as i know the origins of E-V22 and E-V13 from Egypt and being part of the Levant and the Balkan , the Haplogroup I is also part of the Balkan , my interest is to understand the relation between both , if someone can provide any info please,
    the reason of my interest is because i have these in positive :
    L674 , L677 , CTS9547 , Z1920 , PF2228 , CTS4235 , L117 , P126 , L205 , S239 , S244 , Z58 , CTS616

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    Quote Originally Posted by ansel View Post
    as far as i know the origins of E-V22 and E-V13 from Egypt and being part of the Levant and the Balkan , the Haplogroup I is also part of the Balkan , my interest is to understand the relation between both , if someone can provide any info please,
    the reason of my interest is because i have these in positive :
    L674 , L677 , CTS9547 , Z1920 , PF2228 , CTS4235 , L117 , P126 , L205 , S239 , S244 , Z58 , CTS616
    the origin of e v13 is not in Egypt. So you are right you need to read more. on eupedia check haploruop e threads, its said so much about e

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tutkun Arnaut View Post
    the origin of e v13 is not in Egypt. So you are right you need to read more. on eupedia check haploruop e threads, its said so much about e
    i'm not interested in the origin of the E-V13 , i mentioning it to talk about the relation between them and specifically the V22 and their engagement with haplogroup I in the Balkan for one reason that i have both genetics in positive and i wrote them above

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    The origin of e v13 is not in Egypt

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    He grew up in the Balkans between 8000 to 12000 years and is rare outside the Balkans
    The are samples in the Midle East but very few

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