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tipirneni
06-19-2020, 02:33 PM
Any one Q1a2b2a (L939) or Q-L205.2 ?

It is found rare among Kammas in South India, possible Hunnic origin

BMG
06-19-2020, 04:04 PM
Almost all Knanaya Q are L205.2 . While one of the Kerala Syrian Christian is L933+ and L939-

tipirneni
06-19-2020, 05:10 PM
Almost all Knanaya Q are L205.2 . While one of the Kerala Syrian Christian is L933+ and L939-

That is interesting. There is some commonality

Kristiina
06-19-2020, 06:10 PM
According to my record, the following ancient samples are or are suggested to be Q1b2b1b2-BZ1464/L933 or equivalent (ISOGG 2019):
Steppe Maykop Sharakhalsun 6 kurgan 3336-3105 calBCE SA6004
Kumsay Kyryk Oba kurgan Kazakhstan 3022-2911 calBCE I11734
Kyzlbulak_MBA2 Kyzlbulak1 Kazakhstan 1700 BCE I4323

Hellenistic Beirut SFI-477 Lebanon 234–92 BCE ERS4542972/ SFI-5 Q1b2b1b2b-BZ1466

wakhas
07-02-2020, 09:36 AM
Hello, I come from Anhui Province, China. My surname is Wang.I am BZ1490(L939)

Kulin
07-03-2020, 02:49 AM
Hello, I come from Anhui Province, China. My surname is Wang.I am BZ1490(L939)

I thought the hui would have predominantly 'han' paternal lineages, but it seems a lot of original W. Eurasian Y Dna from Muslim Turanian and Iranian founders of the clans are preserved.

MonkeyDLuffy
07-03-2020, 04:24 AM
I have two Tarkhan matches with Q. 1 is Q-L940 and the other one with Q-L527.

wakhas
07-03-2020, 06:09 AM
I thought the hui would have predominantly 'han' paternal lineages, but it seems a lot of original W. Eurasian Y Dna from Muslim Turanian and Iranian founders of the clans are preserved.
The W. Eurasian Y DNA of Hui accounts for about 30% ,Over 50% in some areas