- Reaction score
- Y-DNA haplogroup
Thanks for the update and the compressed list.
Do you know, by chance, if the Z600 assignment for the Serbian is his final placement? That would be a big deal to find a “pure” Z600 there.
Interesting to see CTS6190 down there in Montenegro, although this was a very young sample. The Z1043 is not surprising and I would expect more ancient samples from underneath Z638 as they sample more southern locations in the western Balkans. There has been a bias so far towards Z38240 lineages in the Balkans because researchers from the NW Balkans (where Z38240 may have been more numerous) are aggressively getting samples tested from a wide variety of sites. I wonder what the root causes are for the lack of sampling further south?
Lastly, have all the BAMs from this study been analyzed? Seems like there might be some stragglers out there. I’m curious if any L283 will pop up outside the Balkans.
Not confirmed as of yet.
R10620 M 41.5 calBCE 64.5 calCE 14C Weklice_WEK_299
If it is so, then this J-L283+ individual had reached the Baltic Sea in northern Poland by the 1st century AD. It should be the northernmost CE J-L283 sample so far.
From the supplementary information:
mix: 97.2% Sweden + 2.8% Tatar Crimea Coast
mix: 91.6% Sweden + 8.4% German Volga
mix: 97.2% Sweden + 2.8% Tatar Lithuanian
mix: 97.4% Sweden + 2.6% Swiss Italian
mix: 97.2% Sweden + 2.8% Russian Bryansk
mix: 97.4% Sweden + 2.6% Poland Sudovia
mix: 95.2% Sweden + 4.8% Germany West
mix: 95.4% Sweden + 4.6% German South
mix: 97.4% Sweden + 2.6% Romania SW
mix: 99% Sweden + 1% Palestina
Are you sure? I just checked R10620. He seems to be low coverage, but he is actually negative for a couple of J2b-L283 SNPs (Z2383- 2G,
Edit: Since Trojet did not arrive at same conclusion. Likely this is a mishap.