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    Beginning of Proto-Indo-European R1a?

    What is the beginning of Proto-Indo-European R1a?

    R1a1 or R1a1a or R1a1a1?

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    Probably a specific branch derived from basal R1a-M417 which managed to be the only one that survived until the modern times (The TMRCA of R1a-M417 is ~5,400 ybp, which is contemporary to the time when PIE was supposed to have been spoken).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ygorcs View Post
    Probably a specific branch derived from basal R1a-M417 which managed to be the only one that survived until the modern times (The TMRCA of R1a-M417 is ~5,400 ybp, which is contemporary to the time when PIE was supposed to have been spoken).
    Proto-Indo-European Y DNA R1a is R1a-M417?

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