View Full Version : I-CTS10057 in Romanian paternal line

12-24-2021, 01:22 AM
Hello everyone! My y-dna after 23andme tests resulted to be I-CTS10057, but after i upload my raw data on YSEQ i found out to be I-L699 (founded in bronze age yamnaya); of course they didnít predict my final clade but was helpful.

All my paternal ancestors (father side) were orthodox romanians at least since 1750, and all from western moldova region, but very close to Transylvania.

Somebody have an idea how that haplogroup arrived in the area? Could be with medieval slavs migration from north to balkans? Or something germanic?

12-27-2021, 09:00 AM
Dear Andre,
Based on the Information you have, you can't say when your Y-haplogroup reached Romania. It can be 500 years ago, but 5000 years as well.
You first need a real Y-DNA test, called NGS and then enough luck to get a better picture.
Check ou your clade at YFull, also. It is very interesting. https://www.yfull.com/tree/I-L699/
From my point of view it came to this area some thousands years ago.