group E-V22

e-v22 is 5.6% 32/563 in uae ( snp tested huge sample 563)

https://i.imgur.com/zuxzVti.png



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source paper:
https://academic.oup.com/mbe/article/39/3/msac039/6531978



p.s
probably spread through the levant
 
old paper i know
still the are not many papers on palestinian y dna ( and this research includes muslim and also christians)
so i still think it is informative on the general picture of the haplogroup distribution in them

(17 y-str prediction by nevgen )
i bolded the e-v22 cases
but i post here all the haplogroups that been found because i look on all of them;)


palestinian muslim 119 samples

h1-e-m78>v65
h2-e-m78>v13
h3-e-m123>m84(likely e-pf6751)
h4-e-m123>m84(likely e-y5435)
h5-e-m123>m84(likely e-pf6751)
h8-Q-m346
h10-e-m123>m84(likely e-pf6751)
h16-j1a
h19-T-L131
h20-T-y11151
h21- e1b1b1( unknown branch)
h22-Q-m346
h23-j1a
h24-e-m123*( x e-m34)
h25-e-m123*( x e-m34) (x2)
h27-j1a
h28-L1a
h29-G2a
h30- j2a
h31-j1a
h33-e-m78>v22
h34-j1a(x2)
h35-j1a
h37-j1a
h38-j1a
h39-j1a
h40-j1a
h41-j1a
h42-j1a
h43-j1a
h44-j1a
h45-j1a
h46-j1a
h47-j1a
h48-j1a
h49-j1a
h50-j1a
h51-j1a
h52-j1a
h53-j1a1
h54-j2a1
h56-j1a
h57-j1a
h58-j1a
h59-j1a
h61-j1a
h62-j1a
h63-j1a
h64-j1a
h65-j2a
h67-j1a
h69-r1b
h70-r1b
h71-j1a
h72-j1a
h74-j2a
h75-j1a
h77-j1a
h79-T-cts11451
h80-j1a
h81-j1a
h82-j1a
h84-j1a
h85-j1a
h87-j1a
h88-e-m78>v22
h90-e-m78>v22

h91-e-m123>m84(likely e-y5435)
h92-e-m78>v22
h93-e-m123>z841>z21466
h94-e-m78>v22
h96-j2a(x2)
h97-j1a
h98-j1a
h99-R2-m479
h102-j2a
h103-L1b-M349
h104-r1b
h105-j2a1
h106-r1b-m73
h107-j1a
h109-j2a(x2)
h110-j2a1
h111-T-cts11451
h112-j2b
h114-G2a
h116-G2a
h117-E2-m75
h118-e-m78>v22
h119-j1a
h121-T-ph196
h122-T
h124-j2a1
h125-j2a
h126-r1b-v88
h128-A1b-m13
h129-T
h131-j2b
h132-e-m78>v22
h133-j1a
h135-B2a1-m218
h136-e-m123>m84(likely e-pf6751)
h137-B2a1-m218
h138-r1b-v88
h139-j1a3
h140-r1b
h145-j1a
h146-j2b
h147-j2b
h149-G2a
h150-G2a
h151-j2a1
h152-e-m123>pf4428
h153-I2a1b
h154-I2a2-m223



palestinian christian 44 samples

h6-e-m123>m84(likely e-pf6751)
h7-e-m78>v12
h9-e-m123>m84( likely e-y14899)(x2)
h11-e-m123>m84(likely e-pf6751)
h12-e-m123>m84( unknown branch under e-m84)
h13-Qm346
h14-e-m123>by45422( x2)
h15-e-m123>by45422
h17-e-m78>v13 or e-L618( x v13)
h18-e-m78>v13
h26-e-m123>m84( likely e-y5435)
h32-G1a(x 3)
h36-j2a1
h55-R2-m479
h60-T-cts11451
h66-j1a
h68-j1a
h73-j1a
h76-j1a
h78-L1b-m349
h83-j1a
h86-e-m78>v22
h89-r1b
h95-e-m78>v22
h100-j2a1
h101-j2a1
h108-e-m78>v22
h113-G2a
h115-j2b
h120-T-cts11451
h123-j2a1
h127-j2a1
h129-T-cts11451
h130-j1a
h134-G2a
h141-r1a-m198
h142-G2a
h143-G2a
h144-G2a
h148-j2b




source:

https://www.fsigenetics.com/article/S1872-4973(10)00122-5/fulltext


https://digituma.uma.pt/bitstream/1...Rs in two populations from Israel and the.pdf
 
I had a friend from Sparti in Greece who was E-V22, I believe he was entirely of Peloponnesian descent. I don’t know much about it but I’ve always been curious about its relation to E-V13.


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E-v22 eritrea 🇪🇷 east africa
E-V3262
Uploaded to yfull and the ytree
 
E-v22 eritrea ������������ east africa
E-V3262
Uploaded to yfull and the ytree



to be honest this branch of e-v22 also look by geography of the users in yfull originally from arabia
that might introduced to eritrea and east africa generally speaking
https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-V3262/
 
You welcome:)
My last gift for you and e- v22 group ( if i will something else i will post it here):cool-v:

https://dna-explained.com/2020/10/1...t-does-their-dna-tell-us-are-you-related/amp/


Sample: SZ18
Location: Szólád, Somogy County, Hungary
Age: Longobard 6th Century
Y-DNA: E-BY6865
FTDNA Comment: Shares 1 SNP with a man from Morocco. Forms a new branch down of E-BY6865. New branch = E-FT198679
mtDNA: H13a1a2
@kingjohn I came across SZ18 on FTDNA as a very distant match under E-PH2818, and then I thought about your posting from a while ago. SZ18 is of course form a paternal Longobard line, and looks autosomal a little southern admixed much CEU even a tpcu of FIN, what makes it very Nordic, and a shot of TSI, the comes near Northern France, Belgium, Western Germany.




And you showed this for Northern Italy:
latin speakers

1/41 -PRI
2.4% E-V22

1/26- FER
3.8% E-V22


german speakers

SAU- 4/29
13.7% E-V22
What really made me think twice, because in my case the E-V22 is from a Frisian paternal ancestry. And during the migration ages people from also Suebi/ Northern Germany ancestry went to Friesland. So makes it to a kind of alternative scenario. Because my pet theory was: it -E-V22- came with the Romans towards the Rhine. So always associated it more with Roman soldiers planting in Germania.... But the Roman border never reached the heartland of the Longobards....so mmmm🤔 Thanks @kingjohn !!!
 
correction!
@kingjohn I came across SZ18 on FTDNA as a very distant match under E-PH2818, and then I thought about your posting from a while ago. SZ18 is of course form a paternal Longobard line, and looks autosomal a little southern admixed much CEU even a touch of FIN, what makes it very Nordic, and a shot of TSI, this comes near nowadays Northern France, Belgium, Western Germany.




And you showed this for Northern Italy:

What really made me think twice, because in my case the E-V22 is from a Frisian paternal ancestry. And during the migration ages people from also Suebi/ Northern Germany ancestry went to Friesland. So this makes it to a kind of alternative scenario. Because my pet theory was: it -E-V22- came with the Romans towards the Rhine. So always associated it more with Roman soldiers planting in Germania.... But the Roman border never reached the heartland of the Longobards....so mmmm🤔 Thanks @kingjohn !!!
 
a sample under e-v22 branch
of bukhari jewish background :cool:

p.s
e-v22 must be old in the south levant if it is present
in all those extremely differnt jewish communities
 
to be honest this branch of e-v22 also look by geography of the users in yfull originally from arabia
that might introduced to eritrea and east africa generally speaking
https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-V3262/
I'd say from levant then through egypt 8k years ago


 
I uploaded this week a new eritrea 🇪🇷 sample to e-v22. Saho language speaker under E-Y100656
 
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There were several Bulgarians found E-L677, which is V22 on 23andMe. Recently there was a Bulgarian found E-L1250 by the haplogroup assignment from the FamilyFinder test. The Big Y is ordered and we will soon know where exactly he will fall. There is another person marked from Bulgaria there, but we don't know who he is, could be of Jewish origin as he has not joined any Bulgarian project.
 
There were several Bulgarians found E-L677, which is V22 on 23andMe. Recently there was a Bulgarian found E-L1250 by the haplogroup assignment from the FamilyFinder test. The Big Y is ordered and we will soon know where exactly he will fall. There is another person marked from Bulgaria there, but we don't know who he is, could be of Jewish origin as he has not joined any Bulgarian project.

very nice ;)
this paper:
didn't checked for the v22 snp among bulgarians which is a shame
because there is a big chance most of the e-m78( x v13 ) bulgarian cases in that paper could be really under e-v22
( along with maybe some e-L618)
1704647053155.png
 
very nice ;)
this paper:
didn't checked for the v22 snp among bulgarians which is a shame
because there is a big chance most of the e-m78( x v13 ) bulgarian cases in that paper could be really under e-v22
( along with maybe some e-L618)
View attachment 15008
Yes, this study tested for M78* only, which may include M22 and M12(there are known case from 23andMe), less likely V65. This is 1.5%, not insignificant as this is around the percent of the whole haplogroup I2-M223 and T, for example.
 

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