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    Beginning of Proto-Indo-European Language

    What Y DNA is beginning of Proto-Indo-European language? R1a or R1b or R1a and R1b.

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    Khvalynsk.
    Mainly R1b-V1636 and some R1b-P297, R1a, Q1a, I2a2 and J

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    Quote Originally Posted by bicicleur View Post
    Khvalynsk.
    Mainly R1b-V1636 and some R1b-P297, R1a, Q1a, I2a2 and J
    PIE is from EHG languages. This making PIE is both R1a and R1b?

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    Kmak are you a Troll ? You are asking the same question in all of your posts.

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