E-V22 , E-V13 and their relationship with Haplogroup I

ansel

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as far as i know the origins of E-V22 and E-V13 from Egypt and being part of the Levant and the Balkan , the Haplogroup I is also part of the Balkan , my interest is to understand the relation between both , if someone can provide any info please,
the reason of my interest is because i have these in positive :
L674 , L677 , CTS9547 , Z1920 , PF2228 , CTS4235 , L117 , P126 , L205 , S239 , S244 , Z58 , CTS616
 
as far as i know the origins of E-V22 and E-V13 from Egypt and being part of the Levant and the Balkan , the Haplogroup I is also part of the Balkan , my interest is to understand the relation between both , if someone can provide any info please,
the reason of my interest is because i have these in positive :
L674 , L677 , CTS9547 , Z1920 , PF2228 , CTS4235 , L117 , P126 , L205 , S239 , S244 , Z58 , CTS616
the origin of e v13 is not in Egypt. So you are right you need to read more. on eupedia check haploruop e threads, its said so much about e
 
the origin of e v13 is not in Egypt. So you are right you need to read more. on eupedia check haploruop e threads, its said so much about e

i'm not interested in the origin of the E-V13 , i mentioning it to talk about the relation between them and specifically the V22 and their engagement with haplogroup I in the Balkan for one reason that i have both genetics in positive and i wrote them above
 
Hi

Hi
He grew up in the Balkans between 8000 to 12000 years and is rare outside the Balkans
The are samples in the Midle East but very few
 
I was there first and E-V13 and all other haplogroups G,J,T,R ect encountered them there...
 

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