genomic map of poland

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the first set from upper silesia region were uploaded to yfull ( you can also see the mtdna types which is nice);)

https://www.yfull.com/samples-from-paper/704/?page=1

It seems that ancestral populations that had the ancient mitochondrial clades A, B, C and D whose descendants reached the America and, on the new continent, gave rise to many indigenous subclades, also had descendants that reached western Eurasia over time and gave rise to many European subclades.
 
It seems that ancestral populations that had the ancient mitochondrial clades A, B, C and D whose descendants reached the America and, on the new continent, gave rise to many indigenous subclades, also had descendants that reached western Eurasia over time and gave rise to many European subclades.

There are only 2 East Asian mtDNA haplogroups and they are no doubt traces of Mongol and other more recent invasions. Some Tartar groups fled to Poland in late Medieval times after Russia got the upper hand.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lipka...Lipka – refers,beginning of the 14th century.
 
There are only 2 East Asian mtDNA haplogroups and they are no doubt traces of Mongol and other more recent invasions. Some Tartar groups fled to Poland in late Medieval times after Russia got the upper hand.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lipka...Lipka – refers,beginning of the 14th century.

Yes, and there could have been others around since the Scythian times, but all coming later from either backflow of admixed Pontic steppe tribesmen or direct migration from the Eastern steppe like Turkic and Mongol people.
 
There are only 2 East Asian mtDNA haplogroups and they are no doubt traces of Mongol and other more recent invasions. Some Tartar groups fled to Poland in late Medieval times after Russia got the upper hand.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lipka...Lipka – refers,beginning of the 14th century.

Hun, Avar and conquering Hungarian nomadic groups arrived to the Carpathian Basin from the Eurasian Steppes and left in some degree their genetic markers in some places of Europe.

UskCXIJ.png

https://www.academia.edu/40938927/N...e_Carpathian_Basin?email_work_card=view-paper

Haplogroups A, B4, C, D, X: mitocondrial heat maps (FTDNA, march 2, 2017).

A
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B4
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C
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D
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X
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