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    E-V12 in the Levant and Italy

    Hello,

    Recently, I've discovered a member of my family was under "E-V12". And I also noticed an Italian match too on the tree. I was curious as to where did this clade come from, in the Levant/Italy, when it's mostly at Egypt (44% at Southern Egypt) and also at a less frequency in North Africa. Thanks.

    (By the way sorry for not introducing myself previously. Obviously, I am from Lebanon, and I am very interested in Population Genetics. I am doing all my best to improve in this subject and become somewhat knowledgeable about it. Thanks).

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    usually peak in south egypt but
    spread to med- europe ....
    was found in some remains
    in ancient rome
    nome
    Via Paisiello (Roman Imperial)

    E-V12 (2000-1800 ybp)

    Villa magna(early medival) - E-V12 (1180-1010 ybp)
    Source:
    https://science.sciencemag.org/content/366/6466/708

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    in continue to the imperial roman remain
    this branch of e-v12 and his sub-branches look west asian
    south european

    https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-Y2873/

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    R59 was uploaded to yfull hope to see also R113 uploaded
    R59, Villa Magna, 820-990CE (Early Medieval) - E-V12
    https://yfull.com/tree/E-Y21918*/
    Source:
    https://science.sciencemag.org/content/366/6466/708
    Last edited by kingjohn; 18-11-20 at 15:43.

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