New distribution map of haplogroup E-M123

from someone at twitter :
i guess most of 12% e1b1b1 in assyrians should be e-m34 and e-v13


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i believe it will be found there in the end
we don't have enough remains
and egypt as a country don't rush to published results
so it is complicated situation with that country
do you know
if copts carry e-m123?


p.s
asking since i believe copts should reflect more isolated group in modern egypt
yeah, I guess that might be the same case of E-M123 in ancient Turkmenistan, that guy's autosomal is so Iran-neolithioc that no population in central asia and south asia today can score more Iran-neolithioc components than him! yet you don't see ancient E-M123 sample in Iran :ROFLMAO:
 
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this paper in russian
looked at the y chromosomes in crimean karaites , and crimean tatars
(samples from actual crimea)
( 23 y-str predicted by nevgen predictor)
4/26 15% e-m123>m34 in crimean karaites ( 3/26 e-z841 + 1/26 e-m84)


EK-10,EK-14,EK-57-e-m34>z841 ( likely e-y2947)
EK-51- e-m84 (likely e-y5435)

p.s
Crimean tatars at this research don't carry e1b1b1 at all

it is interesting that crimean karaites fall on different branches of e-z841 , e-m84 from ashkenazi jews
e-z841>y2947
and
e-m84>y5435

maybe the source of there e-m34 is from caucasus or from turkic source



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while i dont know since the quality of that sample if it was
e-pf1962
e-pf1962>m123,
e-pf1962>m123>ft20896

e-pf1962>m123>m34>z841
there was a paper in 2016 by hofmanova :
Palaeogenomic and Biostatistical Analysis of Ancient DNA Data from Mesolithic and Neolithic Skeletal Remains
in it they mentioned Bar11 as e1b1b1-m35
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that is the ancesteral and derived form in the position 21741703 (which defined e-m35)
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and now a week ago i saw at ftdna discover that they defined Bar11 as under e-z830
which is amazing find more natural would be e-L618 and that would explain his enterence to balkan europe and
it is based on a paper by hofmanova from the year 2022


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p.s
most of the individuals from that site were under y haplogroup G to find e1b1b1 at that site from 6600-6000bc
would be amazing beyond words hope ftdna discover tool are true here


the ytree site kindly uploaded him kudos to him (y)
 
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