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Scythoslav
07-18-2020, 11:03 PM
I found these subclades and their distribution to be interesting. Can anyone explain their origin and age?

E-M78 > E-V1083* Found only in Eritrea (1.1%) and Sardinia (0.3%)

E-M78 > E-V2009. Found in individuals in Sardinia and Morocco.

Megalophias
07-18-2020, 11:23 PM
The Sardinian E-V1083* is probably E-Y182141, unless the E-V1083* was confirmed negative for L618. It may have arrived during the Neolithic. I don't know about the Eritrean one - might be some pre-V22, who knows.

E-V2009/V1039 is not a subclade of M78, it is sister to M78. It was also found in Cameroon (Fulani) and Gambia. I4246, the Copper Age man who as buried in central Spain but genetically North African, had E-V2009. Probably it originated in North Africa, but it's too rare to say much.

capsian
11-14-2020, 10:51 PM
I found these subclades and their distribution to be interesting. Can anyone explain their origin and age?

E-M78 > E-V1083* Found only in Eritrea (1.1%) and Sardinia (0.3%)

E-M78 > E-V2009. Found in individuals in Sardinia and Morocco.

in most E-V2009 is old Name E-V1039

E-V1083 Maybe is PreE-Z1919

Alf
11-14-2020, 11:35 PM
V68>V2009/SK863
V68>M78>PF2179>Z825/V1083/CTS202>L618 etc. … Z825/V1083/CTS202 is an equivalent of Z1919 and Z1920