Were we the Pelasgians?

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The Mycenean Greeks were the first to introduce Steppe DNA in proportions of roughly 15% upon otherwise mostly Neolithic farmer DNA found in the Minoans.

Does this imply that Pelasgians were majority G2a if they were the pre-Mycenean inhabitants of Greece?
 
The Mycenean Greeks were the first to introduce Steppe DNA in proportions of roughly 15% upon otherwise mostly Neolithic farmer DNA found in the Minoans. Does this imply that Pelasgians were majority G2a if they were the pre-Mycenean inhabitants of Greece?
I think G2a was in Greece 8500 years BP. What subclade you have?
 
Hello!

I Will continue on this subject. It is Very intresting topic.

My own haplogroup: G-L14

Im pontic greek with grandparents from Trabzon(Trapezunt)
 
i am pontic greek by 1/4
 
Pelasgians were an admixture of I2,E1b1b,T and G2a. Mycenaneans were J2a and R1b (maybe E-V13)
 
Akritas,your haplogroup probably belongs to caucasian tribes.
 
Pelasgians were an admixture of I2,E1b1b,T and G2a. Mycenaneans were J2a and R1b (maybe E-V13)
Based on what? Only j2a and g2a has been found in ancient greece - mostly minoans but some mycenaeans too -

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5565772/#SD1

Minoans look g2a and maybe j2a (maybe j1 too) - though the j2a's could be proto mycenaean if you look at the dates. Mycenaeans have only showed up as j2a so far
 
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You can type in google dna samples map and select the online GIS map
 

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