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Asimakidis
09-13-2015, 04:20 PM
My father's mtDna was recently complete from FTDNA with a FMS. I turns out he had a rare haplogroup, I5a. It was actually more related to I5a4 but would probably need to get a new branch,since it did not meet all the requirements.

Does anybody here have it as well?

Where did it originate?

Asimakidis
06-20-2016, 09:33 PM
Any new I5a in the community? :)
Lonely in here.

Elazar Nudell
02-21-2017, 03:24 AM
Does anybody here have it as well?

Where did it originate?

I have I5a! Just found your post. If you see this, have you learned anything more?

Tz85
02-21-2017, 02:15 PM
I have I5a! Just found your post. If you see this, have you learned anything more?

I'm I5a, where is your maternal ancestry from?

Elazar Nudell
02-24-2017, 09:37 AM
Western Armenia. My great grandfather wrote that he was sent to another village called Houlakeg for school at age 7 for school. Apparently "Houlakeg" is Khulukiugh.

Kristiina
02-24-2017, 10:56 AM
Do you know your HVR1 and HVR2 mutations? I am also I5a and we could compare our mutations.

Kristiina
02-24-2017, 12:37 PM
This is a snip from the Familytree Finland I5a project. My haplotype is not there as I have not done a full analysis with Familytree but with another firm, but my oldest known MtDNA ancestor lived in Lavia (beginning of the 17th century) which is located exactly between other two I5a ancestors.

14202

Here are my mutations

14203

Tz85
02-24-2017, 05:06 PM
My I5a line is 100% Southern Italian, Sicilian. The haplogroup itself is most likely Anatolian or Turkish.

kingjohn
02-24-2017, 10:43 PM
this mtdna was found in magyar remains
Hungary Sarretudvar-Hizofold 5. tomb [anc10] M 975-1000

I5a1a 10238C, 12705T, 16129A, 16148T, 16223T, 16391A Tömöry 2007; Neparáczki 2016 (Revision)
source : http://biorxiv.org/content/biorxiv/early/2016/12/07/092239.full.pdf

regards
adam

Asimakidis
02-27-2017, 09:39 AM
Here are the mutations:


Extra Mutations

309.1C
315.1C
522.1A
522.2C
C537T
573.1C
575.1C
575.2C
A7843G
A15244G
C16294T
C16295T



Missing Mutations

573.XC
A11914G

Elazar Nudell
02-27-2017, 02:26 PM
According to https://dna.jameslick.com/mthap/mthap.cgi, I got the following result. I don't really have any idea what it means, though. Does this answer your question?

HVR2: 73G 199C 204C 263G
HVR1: 16129A 16148T 16223T 16291T 16391A (16519C)

wufilas
01-07-2018, 08:35 PM
I have also recently discovered that I am I5a...

I am Romanian, my family comes from Transylvania, Romania and as much as I could trace it back in time (end of 18th century) they were all of Romanian descent from Transylvania (Western and southern carpathian mountains from mothers side and Western carpathians from fathers side).

My grandmother and my great grandmother from my mothers side both had a very mediterranean look..

I did a lot of searches on google but couldn't find extensive data on this haplogroup. If anyone can provide some info, it would be greatly appreciated.

Tz85
01-07-2018, 11:27 PM
I have also recently discovered that I am I5a...

I am Romanian, my family comes from Transylvania, Romania and as much as I could trace it back in time (end of 18th century) they were all of Romanian descent from Transylvania (Western and southern carpathian mountains from mothers side and Western carpathians from fathers side).

My grandmother and my great grandmother from my mothers side both had a very mediterranean look..

I did a lot of searches on google but couldn't find extensive data on this haplogroup. If anyone can provide some info, it would be greatly appreciated.

I'm I5a, this lineage of mine is Southern Italian, however most likely from an Ancient Greek Dynasty. My guess is I5a is West Asian, possible Mycenaean.

wufilas
01-10-2018, 06:52 PM
I'm I5a, this lineage of mine is Southern Italian, however most likely from an Ancient Greek Dynasty. My guess is I5a is West Asian, possible Mycenaean.

I5a brofist!

Southern Italian as in Sicily or the parts of Italy that were Greek colonies and later parts of the Byzantine Empire?

I have found that this haplogroup is around 20.000 years old and as we already know, most of the studies identified it in the Yemen area. The Yemen area was the cradle of the Sabaeans (the famous Queen of Sheba) which were famous merchants at that time. Could it be that they migrated to the Mediteranean area while doing their trade and left a mark on the population there....?

Tz85
01-10-2018, 11:41 PM
I5a brofist!

Southern Italian as in Sicily or the parts of Italy that were Greek colonies and later parts of the Byzantine Empire?

I have found that this haplogroup is around 20.000 years old and as we already know, most of the studies identified it in the Yemen area. The Yemen area was the cradle of the Sabaeans (the famous Queen of Sheba) which were famous merchants at that time. Could it be that they migrated to the Mediteranean area while doing their trade and left a mark on the population there....?

I believe Yemen could possibly be the Origin, however they are from mtdna N, maube their was a back migration from West Asia, down Arabia, and back up?

feyfollow
08-06-2018, 05:55 AM
My maternal line is I5a1a. The farthest ancestor I can find is Dutch. I'm sure I'll find more as I find new info.

Zabik
10-05-2021, 03:32 PM
Hi.

I am Slavic, Jewish, Balkan, etc.

Zabik
10-05-2021, 03:36 PM
There are not many I5a around

Howard23
10-06-2021, 11:35 AM
Three I5 samples were identified in a site from the early Minoan civilization by Hughey et al. (2013). The fact that the Minoans were a pre-Indo-European Greek culture casts doubt on the Indo-European origin of I5. Nevertheless, its modern distribution ranges from the North Caucasus to central and western Europe, argues in favour of an Indo-European dispersal. The case of I5 cannot be settled in light of the present data.
https://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplogroup_I_mtDNA.shtml?__cf_chl_jschl_tk__=pmd_f AKsWbaV0gRwMYxGDPS1Q2rp1Y2fDDUjORvORrr.58U-1633516877-0-gqNtZGzNAfujcnBszQhl#history

J1 DYS388=13
10-06-2021, 01:06 PM
Ancient I5a and branches: https://haplotree.info/maps/ancient_dna/slideshow_samples.php?searchcolumn=mtDNA_Haplotree&searchfor=I5A%&ybp=500000,0

Tz85
10-06-2021, 10:51 PM
We really don't know much in regards to the Origin of I5a. I believe West Asia, but that's just me.

Kristiina
10-07-2021, 04:33 AM
Currently, the oldest ancient I5a sample is from Turkey:
Arslantepe LC Malatya plain Eastern Anatolia 3702-3658 cal BCE ART039 I5a,

There is also one sample from Bactria-Margiana archaeological complex:
BMAC BA/LC Gonur1 Gonur Turkmenistan I6310 2500-1600 BCE I5a/I

However, this sample is low coverage so it may not necessarily be I5a.

The next oldest ancient sample is from Israel: Israel MLBA Tel Shadud I1934 1400-1100 BCE I5a.

Then there are these Minoan Bronze Age samples from the Hagios Charalambos cave in Crete.

In addition to above, I have recorded three more recent ancient samples:
Roman period Linowo Poland K101 200-300 AD I5a,
Vikings Gotland_Frojel-03299_1 Frojel Gotland Sweden VK457 900-1050 AD I5a
Hungarian Conquerors Sárrétudvar-Hízóföld/5/anc10 I5a1a (391A)

My line is probably somehow related to the Polish and Gotlandish samples.