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BoSox
09-05-2017, 07:59 PM
Can anyone tell me anything about my paternal haplogroup? Where did it originate? Who is it commonly linked to? etc . Any information would be great!

ddugas
09-06-2017, 01:24 PM
Grugni 2012 is probably the most informative paper on J2a1h (L24). L25 (J2a1h2) is the predominant subset of L24, likely making up over 90% of it.

http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0041252

In the paper it is referred to as M530 and is found in 18% of Zoroastrians of Yazd and Tehran. this is to my knowledge the highest frequency of J2a1h/L24/M530 anywhere.

If your are derived for Z387, this subclade of J2a1h2 is common in the eastern mediterranean and Turkey.

The other branches seem more frequent in the arabian peninsula, especially the eastern Gulf side, Iraq and Iran.

BoSox
09-06-2017, 02:12 PM
Thank you ddugas!!

Edward J
09-07-2017, 02:45 PM
What do you know about your paternal lineage? I am under this branch as well.

BoSox
09-08-2017, 01:03 AM
What do you know about your paternal lineage? I am under this branch as well.

I only know my fathers maternal side. His paternal is unknown... He is Sicilian and Norman French on her side. How about you Edward?

Edward J
09-08-2017, 01:56 AM
I only know my fathers maternal side. His paternal is unknown... He is Sicilian and Norman French on her side. How about you Edward?

My paternal line was Pennsylvania Dutch. Came to the US from Palatinate Germany in mid 1700s. I am likely under J-Z39975* on Yfull.

femekh
11-28-2017, 09:42 AM
I am of this paternal yDNA as well. I am Armenian on both sides (of the H Haplogroup in mtDNA)

BoSox
12-06-2017, 07:49 PM
I am of this paternal yDNA as well. I am Armenian on both sides (of the H Haplogroup in mtDNA)

Maybe you could help me then?

RVBLAKE
12-09-2017, 02:54 PM
My maternal ancestor, from Picardy, France, is haplogroup J2a1h2. Any ideas as to how this group wound up in northern France?

femekh
02-03-2018, 11:24 PM
My maternal ancestor, from Picardy, France, is haplogroup J2a1h2. Any ideas as to how this group wound up in northern France?

Hey. Well J2a is one of the most ancient Eurasian Hg's. Like mine, your paternal ancestors must've originated from north of the Fertile Crescent in the Armenian Highlands/Taurus Mountain range.

ernekar
02-07-2018, 05:39 PM
J2a in ancient DNA finds:

Cave in Iran dating 9000 BC.
Caucasus-hunter-gatherer 7800 BC.
Turkey 6400 BC.
Iran, 4700 BC.
Hungary Lengyel culture 4700 BC.
Two Minoans on Crete 2000 BC.
A mycenean in greece 1400 BC.
Hungary kyjatice culture 1200 BC.
Altai mountains 100 AD.
Altai mountains 800 AD.
Russia Saltovo-Mayaki 800 AD.

J Man
02-09-2018, 05:52 PM
J2a in ancient DNA finds:

Cave in Iran dating 9000 BC.
Caucasus-hunter-gatherer 7800 BC.
Turkey 6400 BC.
Iran, 4700 BC.
Hungary Lengyel culture 4700 BC.
Two Minoans on Crete 2000 BC.
A mycenean in greece 1400 BC.
Hungary kyjatice culture 1200 BC.
Altai mountains 100 AD.
Altai mountains 800 AD.
Russia Saltovo-Mayaki 800 AD.

Hopefully soon more ancient DNA is tested from Southeastern Europe, the Near East and Central Asia. More ancient J2a samples would be nice to see. :)

ernekar
02-09-2018, 06:48 PM
Hopefully soon more ancient DNA is tested from Southeastern Europe, the Near East and Central Asia. More ancient J2a samples would be nice to see. :)
Yea, i am sure a lot of J2a will pop up in those areas when they test them further.
And with better testing technologies in the future, maybe we will get some more detailed subclades too :)

J Man
02-10-2018, 03:18 AM
Yea, i am sure a lot of J2a will pop up in those areas when they test them further.
And with better testing technologies in the future, maybe we will get some more detailed subclades too :)

Yes more detailed subclades would be great.