What is common people R1b1b2a1a?

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I am Spaniard and I am R1b1b2a1a

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My maternal halogroup is H

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I am Spaniard and I am R1b1b2a1a

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My maternal halogroup is H

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what does the other facts say about you in 23andme
 
23anMe asigned me to R1b1b2a. Most my genetic matches (DNA Relatives) give R1b1b2a1a1d, some give R1b1b2a1a2d, and some R1b1b2a1a2c. I'm from Eastern Poland.

Is R1b1b2a1a same as U106 and S21?
 
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Being southern Spanish the only explanation I give you is to have ancestors Visigoths.


Were they the visigoths, nordic or Germanic?

Do the Visigoths had that haplogroup R1B1B2a1a?

Will my haplogroup is reflected in my phenotype?

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Or simply the explanation is a rare mutation?
 
For a Spaniard from southern Spain and for most Spaniard the Y-haplogroup R1b is the norm. My father and brothers are R1b1b2a1a. In 23andme it is labled as R-L51. Most common in Italy but quite present in eastern and shouthern Spain due to the Roman Empire presence in this area for at least 3 centuries. I imaging this Y haplogroup is ostrogothic more than visigothic. Some Illiryans were also Rb1 and these moved to eastern Italy by the mid - or end- of the Roman Empire. My father is Puertorrican descendant from Spanish colonization in Puerto Rico.
 
For a Spaniard from southern Spain and for most Spaniard the Y-haplogroup R1b is the norm. My father and brothers are R1b1b2a1a. In 23andme it is labled as R-L51. Most common in Italy but quite present in eastern and shouthern Spain due to the Roman Empire presence in this area for at least 3 centuries. I imaging this Y haplogroup is ostrogothic more than visigothic. Some Illiryans were also Rb1 and these moved to eastern Italy by the mid - or end- of the Roman Empire. My father is Puertorrican descendant from Spanish colonization in Puerto Rico.
Hi, use this predictor:
https://cladefinder.yseq.net/index.php


Once you have a conclusion, share it with the Iberian community at https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threa...endants-of-recent-iberians.44621/#post-673390
 

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