Y haplogroup E1a-m132 ( and it's downstream E-m44)

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i think even though this haplogroup is a rare split
inside haplogroup E
it does deserves more attention;)
it might originated in mali
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what are the sources of his presence ( mainly under e-m44 downstream)
in southern europe : sardinia, portugal ?

1)might be muslim invasion
2)earlier movement from late bronze age to iron age
3)movement during roman empire period


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also important to mention some downstreams of e-m44 exists not only in south europeans but also in
some different jewish groups :


Ashkenazi and Sephardi : under e-z17699 (this branch also found in some lebanese druze could be some shared common canaanites origin)
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Iraqi jews and even kurdish jews
: under e-z31498 ( not in yfull yet but i know cases from ftdna which are downstream of e-z31498)
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southern europe
in portugal :
3/101 - 2.9% in north portugal
1/102- 0.9% in central portugal
1/100- 1% in south portugal

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source:




portugal:
2/60- 3.3% in north portugal :

the haplotypes: IP118, IP124

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source:





in sardinia :
6/1200
- 0.5% in sardinia ( all of those 6 scientific samples were uploaded to ftdna discover and fall under e-m44>z17467)
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source:




in spain:
1/61- 1.64% in lugo galicia

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source:

p.s
side note small chance this specific case could be e1b1a-m2 as it is not confirmed under e-m132/m33
only as E*( e3b)





south east europe
in Albania ( from rrenjet site)
some e1a-m132 cases ( but they might fall on very different branch of e-m132 which is not under the e-m44)
FisiRrethiQarkuShtetiRezultati
BulqizëDibërShqipëriE1a-M132
BulqizëDibërShqipëriE1a-M132
BulqizëDibërShqipëriE1a-M132
BulqizëDibërShqipëriE1a-M132
BulqizëDibërShqipëriE1a-M132
KrujëDurrësShqipëriE1a-M132
LibrazhdElbasanShqipëriE1a-M132

notes from anthrogenica -albanian user back in the day :
The E-M132 cluster is in fact quite interesting. Until now we have found it once in Golloborde (3% of our current sample of 33), three times further north-west in Bulqize, and once in the lowlands near Kruje, so it has a southern Gheg distribution. One of them has taken a high resolution test: he is under E-M132>L133>CTS736, but did not purchase YFull analysis. The STR diversity suggests this cluster started spreading in the Middle Ages, but at least one more high resolution test is needed to know for sure. I checked an E-M96 Bulgarian from Varna, and he is certainly not near the Albanian E-M132 cluster (he has DYS437=14, this cluster has DYS437=17 or 18, and there are many other differences). Neither is any of the haplotypes in E1a project.

source :




in romania
1/31- 3.2% in romanians from constanta

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middle east :

4/1403 -0.2% in lebanon

1 e1a beirut sunni
1 e1a south shiia
1 e1a beirut maronite
1 e1a mount lebanon maronite
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cyprus maronites
2/57- 3.5% e1a-m132 in maronite cyprus


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