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    aci
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    Z6764

    At the current level of knowledge, I am G2a - Z6764 negative for all known subgroups. So, now I'm unchanged for 3600 years!?

    edith:
    So far I know now other two Bulgarians, an Italian, a Scot and an Algerian, with Z6764 negative for all subgroups.

    I just found out that an ancient sample, R1545 from the Roman era, north of Rome, was discovered in the locality Mazzano Romano, whose Y-DNA was determined to be Z6759, whose subgroup is Z6764, and it may actually be even Z6764.
    R1545
    1-400 CE
    U1>L13>Z2022>Z6759>pre-Z6764 from
    Imperial Rome Mazzano Romano

    Interestingly, the name of Italian with Z6764 is Mazzaro. There can not be many coincidences and similarities Mazzano-Mazzaro and the ancient haplogroup pre-Z6764 (probably even Z6764). We all six have a common ancestor with that ancient Roman citizen.

    Anyone else in this situation? Cheers!
    Last edited by aci; 04-12-19 at 21:29.

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    Regular Member shissem@san.rr.com's Avatar
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    Y-DNA haplogroup
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    Aci, help me out here. What thread of G2a are you on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shissem View Post
    Aci, help me out here. What thread of G2a are you on?
    G2a2b2a>L140>PF3346>PF3345>U1>L13>Z2022>Z6759>Z6764 and negative to all known subgroups.
    or
    G2a2b2a1a1a1a1a
    ( Z6764 )
    Last edited by aci; 05-12-19 at 14:29.

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    Regular Member shissem@san.rr.com's Avatar
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    Thanks. I'm on the L497 thread, so our lines separated early,

    G2a2b2a>L140>PF3346>PF3345>L497>CTS9737>Z1817>Z727>CTS223 0>Z726>Z36217

    Apparently the ISOGG nomenclature has changed again. I've aligned mine with what FTDNA has these days which doesn't align with Maciamo's chart of 2016 on the G2a page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Thanks. I'm on the L497 thread, so our lines separated early,
    G2a2b2a>L140>PF3346>PF3345>L497>CTS9737>Z1817>Z727>CTS223 0>Z726>Z36217
    Apparently the ISOGG nomenclature has changed again. I've aligned mine with what FTDNA has these days which doesn't align with Maciamo's chart of 2016 on the G2a page.
    G-U1 is just below G-FGC959, which is a sister clade of G-L497, so also under G-PF3345.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shissem View Post
    Thanks. I'm on the L497 thread, so our lines separated early,

    G2a2b2a>L140>PF3346>PF3345>L497>CTS9737>Z1817>Z727>CTS223 0>Z726>Z36217
    Apparently the ISOGG nomenclature has changed again. I've aligned mine with what FTDNA has these days which doesn't align with Maciamo's chart of 2016 on the G2a page
    It seems that we have inherited our superclade PF3345? from a common ancestor from 10,000 years ago or so. However, I understand, it is several times more recent than inheritance from grandparents shared with other major haplogroups.
    Science is fascinating, but I'm curious when geneticists come to a unified conclusion.

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    aci
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    Quote Originally Posted by shissem View Post
    Thanks. I'm on the L497 thread, so our lines separated early,

    G2a2b2a>L140>PF3346>PF3345>L497>CTS9737>Z1817>Z727>CTS223 0>Z726>Z36217

    Apparently the ISOGG nomenclature has changed again. I've aligned mine with what FTDNA has these days which doesn't align with Maciamo's chart of 2016 on the G2a page.
    Have you done a Big Y test or similar?
    I think it's possible that other more recent but undiscovered yet mutations are still under Z6764. :)

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