Xiongnu DNA charts and Chanyu haplogroup,Xiongnu has been Genocided by Han dynasty


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Early Huns (200 years to 50 years) SKT002 R1b-M343 (large round tomb, whole horse buried with it) SKT005 R1b1-M415 (round tomb) SKT006 R1-M173 (large round tomb, with whole horse buried with it) SKT007 Q1a2a1c -L330 (round tomb) SKT008 Q1a2a1c-L331 (round tomb) SKT009 R1a1a1b-Z645 (large round tomb) SKT012 J2a1h2-L25 (round tomb) Late Xiongnu (Display 50 - AD 200) BRL003 C2b1a1b-F1756 (Round tomb) BRU001 J1a2b-P58 (Round tomb) BTO001 Q1a2a1c-L330 (Large round tomb) BUR002 E1b1b1a1b2-L677 (Round tomb) BUR003 R1a1a1b-Z645 (Round tomb) CHN010 C2b1a1b -F1756 (Round tomb) ) Xiongnu Tomb) DEL001 Q1a2a1c1-L329 (Round Tomb) EME003 O2a2b1a2a1-F46 (Round Tomb) IMA003 R1a1IMA004 Q1a2aIMA005 N1c1a1aIMA006 Q1a1a1KHO006 C2b1a1b -F1756 (Round Tomb) KHO00 7 CT-M168 (round tomb) NAI001 J2a1h2-L25 (round tomb) Shape) shaped tomb) NAI002 R1a1a1b1-Z283 (round tomb) SON001 NO-M2313 (round tomb) TEV003 C2n1a1b-F1756 (round tomb) TUH001 C2n1b1-M86 (large round tomb) TUH002 J2a-M410 (large round tomb) Tomb) TUK002 O2a1c1a5-M5420 (large round tomb, split and destroyed by man-made damage) UGU005 R1a1a1b2a2a-Z2123UGU006 J1-M267UGU010 R1a1a1b2a2a-Z2123YUR001 N1-L735 (round tomb)

Xiongnu chanyu himself belong to This,R-174827,they did capture some hostage afther battle of mobei,to show the victory,this 174827 also shows up in another highest level of tomb which unpublished data

Xiongnu's left king and right King E,J,G family also died out,most of the those who have downstream are mostly dead end.Xiongnu's haplogroup are minority in steppe,different from todays mongolians.
The book of Han record might correct,That Han dynasty did genocided them.
Southern Xiongnu are mostly C,O,which some guess they evolved from shanrong
Historically, historians have relied on the physical characteristics of the Mongols to describe the Xiongnu, which is actually inaccurate. The Han Dynasty records that the Xiongnu were physically weak, mainly due to their prowess in horsemanship and bow and arrow. Once they fought with them at close range, they would be 1 Han: 5 Xiongnu, resulting in a battle loss ratio. Considering that there were , the Xiongnu may have been weaker than the Dawenkou Culture and Devils gate Culture
The Xiongnu originally had a relatively stable phenotype. The expansion of the original Han O2-M122 actually directly led to a large number of deaths of haplogroups Q and R on the steppe. In the end, it became a large number of different phenotypes, mainly due to the escape from the Han Dynasty,The result of mixing with the original Scythians of Central Asia.

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