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davit
02-02-2021, 07:55 PM
Did any ANE U survive into the present day?

Kale
02-03-2021, 04:50 AM
U4'9 seems like a good candidate. Extant U2 also. It's kind of hard to tell because the split between ANE and paleoEuropeans seems only to shortly post-date the split of the two and Near-Eastern y-hg J folks.

davit
04-24-2021, 01:06 AM
U4'9 seems like a good candidate. Extant U2 also. It's kind of hard to tell because the split between ANE and paleoEuropeans seems only to shortly post-date the split of the two and Near-Eastern y-hg J folks.

Where is U9 found today?

Aleph
04-24-2021, 11:15 PM
U4'9 seems like a good candidate. Extant U2 also. It's kind of hard to tell because the split between ANE and paleoEuropeans seems only to shortly post-date the split of the two and Near-Eastern y-hg J folks.

Agree with U4'9 (more specifically pre-U4 without the U9 branch which would have separated well over 30,000 years ago) , disagree with current U2 (U2e).

tipirneni
04-29-2021, 03:47 AM
Where is U9 found today?

There are some U9 present in the South India and among Makrani and in Ethiopia

drobbah
04-29-2021, 04:27 AM
U9 in the Horn is probably brought via South Asian women or Arab women who had a distant South Asian female ancestor.The indigenous Cushitic/Ethio-Semitic U lineages are mostly U3 & U6