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Map historisch - Konflikt Ukraine Ostukraine - von 1400 bis 2000, Entwicklung Darstellung 23 Karten

Map historisch - Konflikt Ukraine Ostukraine - von 1400 bis 2000, Entwicklung Darstellung 23 Karten

Map historisch - Konflikt Ukraine Ostukraine - von 1400 bis 2000, Entwicklung Darstellung 23 Karten

Map historisch - Konflikt Ukraine Ostukraine - von 1400 bis 2000, Entwicklung Darstellung 23 Karten

Haplogroup I is the oldest major haplogroup in Europe and in all probability the only one that originated there (apart from very minor haplogroups like C6 and deep subclades of other haplogroups). It is thought to have arrived from the Middle East as haplogroup IJ sometime between 40,000 and 30,000 years ago, and developed into haplogroup I approximately 25,000 years ago. In other words, Cro-Magnons most probably belonged to IJ and I (alongside older haplogroups like F and C6).

Haplogroup I1 (Y-DNA)

History and description of Haplogroup I1 (Y-chromosomal DNA) and its subclades. Haplogroup I1 is the original paternal lineage of Nordic Europe. It was propagated around Europe by ancient Germanic tribes and the Vikings.

the empire of Atilla the Hun

A szkíta nép nem rokon, hanem a magyar nép őse!

A szkíták (sákák) Indiában, Buddha a sákja nép szülötte volt, amely Közép-Ázsiából vándorolt le Észak-Indiába új területeket keresve, hasonlóan a mai Nepál, valamint Észak- és Észak-nyugat India te…

What if European countries were formed based on genetics instead of ethnicities.

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What if European countries were formed based on genetics instead of ethnicities. Related: Predominant Haplogroups in Europe

Distribution of mtDNA haplogroup H5 in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East - happens to be the gift of my mother's side.

Haplogroup H (mtDNA)

History and description of Haplogroup H (mitochondrial DNA).

Blonde hair, red hair, blue eyes... In Europe

Blonde hair, red hair, blue eyes... In Europe

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History and description of Haplogroup N1c (Y-chromosomal DNA). - Finnish, Lappand, Estonia Latvia, northern Russia, Ukraine, Sweden Poland, Turkey and among Uralic speaking Volga-Ural the Udmurts, Komi, Mari, and Mordvins, and Chuvash, Volga Tatars, Bashkirs and Nogals.

Haplogroup N1c (Y-DNA)

History and description of Haplogroup N1c (Y-chromosomal DNA) and its subclades. Haplogroup N1c is the main Uralic lineage, found chiefly among the Finns, Sami, Volga-Ural ethnic groups and Baltic people, and to a lower extent also Slavic and Germanic people.

Slavic R1a clades.

Slavic R1a clades.

I made the following graph, based on the most recent publication about R1a: From this graph it appears that all Slavs share three subclades of R1a - M458, M558 and Z282: However, Z282 seems to be Balto-Slavic rather than exclusively Slavic in origin: Direct link: Graph Large Version http://s13.postimg.org/m9byqefpj/R1a_Slowian_2.png