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12-18-2019, 11:35 AM
Hi everyone.

Was curious if anyone has any data regarding the spread of mtDNA H7?

As far as i can see it's spread all over Europe, West Europe(France and British Isles mostly), Scandinavia and East Europe (East-Central Europe more like Czech, Poland?), as well as moderately in South Europe.

Anyone has more informations?

12-18-2019, 03:44 PM
As far as ancient DNA goes, it appears early in the Neolithic in the Balkans and Central Europe and appears sporadically across Europe after that .

06-03-2020, 05:34 PM
H7 exists pretty much all over Europe and the Middle East.

09-05-2020, 05:23 PM

According to 23andMe and confirmed by James Lick's tool, my father's haplogroup is basal H7.
Ian Logan let me know that he also has the very rare mutation C13692T (he told me that if I managed to find any H7-C13692T that would be a close relative).
He is from the province of Salamanca (Western Spain).

I wonder if someone could have any clue on the origin of this lineage.

Fernando Sanchez

09-05-2020, 06:52 PM
I have recorded the following H7 samples:
MN Hungary ALPc_Tiszadob_Bükk Tiszadob-Ó-Kenéz I2375 H7,
Balkans Chalcolithic Yunatse Bulgaria I0785 4400 BCE H7,
EBA Bulgaria Bereketska Mogila BM_9 H7,
Trzciniec circle Żerniki Górne 1 Małopolska South Poland 1600-1400 BC poz679 H7,
Minoan BA Ayios Charalambos cave Crete 12AH H7,
Iron Age Turkey Karamttepe KM17 H7,
Non-Longobard Hungary Fonyód NLHFONYOD444 400-500 AD H7,
Early Middle Age Serbia Viminacium-Više Grobalja VIM2 550 AD H7,
Early Middle Age Bavaria Straubing-Bajuwarenstrasse STR310 520 AD H7,
Vikings Norway_Nordland 642 North Nordland Norway VK529 8-9th AD H7,
Hungarian Conquerors Kenezlő-Fazekaszug2 Kenezlo-F/1042 H7,
Vikings Ukraine_Lutsk Lutsk Ukraine VK541 13th AD H7

I have no idea if any of them contains C13692T mutation. If you are interested, you may try to look for more information about these samples.

10-31-2020, 05:21 PM
Basal H7 is all over Europe and the MENA.