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    Qué significa el Haplogroup E-Z849*? cual es su origen y pueblos?

    I'm Latin American and recently did the DNA test, being the result E-Z849 *. I have not been able to get clear information from this group, so please, if you have information, I appreciate what you can provide. Thank you.

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    OK, I can try. First here is the link to Y-full of you haplogroup: https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-Z849/

    as you can see you are M123>M34>Z841>Z849.

    "E-M123 originated some 19,000 years ago, during the last Ice Age Its place of origin is uncertain, but it was probably in the Red Sea region, somewhere between the southern Levant and Ethiopia. Its main subclade E-M34 most probably emerged in the Levant about 15,000 years ago. Soon afterwards, M34 split into two branches, M84 and Z841, which were probably found in the Fertile Crescent during the Neolithic period. It is not clear at present whether they expanded beyond the Near East during the Neolithic period, but they might have been part of the Neolithic expansion to North Africa and Iberia alongside haplogroups T1a and/or R1b-V88. L791 and Z21466 have a mostly European distribution today and their ages point toward a Neolithic diffusion. The PF6759 subclade seems to have reached Sardinia during the Neolithic period. The descendants of L791, Y2947 and Y4971, only appeared around 3500 BCE, during the Late Neolithic or Chalcolithic period. The K257 and Y4970 branch emerged around 3000 BCE and is found in Iran, Armenia, Turkey, Russia, Greece, Italy and France, among others. It might be linked to the expansion of the Kura-Araxes culture from the southern Caucasus to Anatolia and Iran. It would then have spread to Greece and Italy alongside haplogroup J2a1 and T1a-P77. Y6923 also emerged around 3500 BCE, but became almost extinct. All modern carriers of this lineage descend from a common ancestor who lived only 1,200 years ago, and all are Ashkenazi Jews."
    source: < http://www.eupedia.com/europe/Haplog...DNA.shtml#M123 >

    E-M123 Map of incidence



    As you can see its a Near Eastern prevalent Clade, that meaning that there a high change your ancestor could be Jewish;




    I hope I helped.
    Last edited by Kurumim; 07-09-2017 at 02:48 AM.

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    Toda raba!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcarpio View Post
    Toda raba!!
    de donde eres?

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    Centroamérica, Costa Rica. Tengo familia que practica el Judaismo, incluso es muy vieja la tradiciòn judia. Creo que hace como dos generaciones atras ya mucha de mi familia estaba dejando el Judaismo y uniendose a la religion dominante. Pero queria saber si la genetica era congruente con la genealogia, pero no parece ser muy evidente o clara. Gracias(Toda Raba)
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