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    R1a > R-YP4278

    I tested few months ago and it turns for me R1a-R-YP4278. The only thing I could have found is that it's rare among Z-280, but quite common in Serbia. On yfull there are 2 samples YP4278* one is Czech the other from Finland. Anyone know more about it. such as possible migration routs apart from common that it came with Slavs during grate migration?

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    Y-DNA haplogroup
    R1a-L1029*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crya View Post
    I tested few months ago and it turns for me R1a-R-YP4278. The only thing I could have found is that it's rare among Z-280, but quite common in Serbia. On yfull there are 2 samples YP4278* one is Czech the other from Finland. Anyone know more about it. such as possible migration routs apart from common that it came with Slavs during grate migration?
    CTS1211 is dominantly the Slavic branch of Z280, with Z92 is common in Balts. At first glance, YP4278 is a subclade downstream CTS1211, with a TMRCA of 1750ybp. So the entire branch and its downstream clades expanded from one man theoretically around 250CE. There are also some Albanians in YP4278. Though, they are expected to form their own young clade under YP4278. I believe most Serbs appear to belong to R-BY30743 under YP4278. Though, overall its not the most common subclade of Z280 that Serbs belong, just one of many. You should join your Serbian DNA project if you haven't already. Poreklo I believe.

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