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    Quote Originally Posted by Omaar View Post
    My mtdna was N1b2. Aftere Yfull sequenced my mtdna haplogroup, they found a new subclade."N1b2a". I have two matches from this article " The Arabian cradle: mitochondrial relicts of the first steps along the southern route out of Africa". One somali and one Yemeni. I expect some progress will happen too in Ytree. According to Yfull, I have 5 private snps and 12 acceptable new snps!. According to Ftdna, i have 28 Private variants. By the way The age of my haplogroup is so weird. It is like, a son is older than his father.
    Y18637 likely emerged a generation of two or three after Y18629.

    Since there are more Y18637 samples than Y18629* it may explain why currently Y18637 has an older TMRCA, but since it is not possible for Y18637 to be older than Y18629 it has increased the TMRCA of all in Y18629.

    There is another new Somali sample in Y18629* who may change the TMRCA dates again with the next tree update (April).

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    I Ordered the Big Y-700 upgrade!.

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    Kinda off topic but I've recently come across an Isaaq Somali with a very rare haplogroup E-M281 (E-V16).The guy hails from the Sanbuur who according to the Isaaq clan foundation story hail from one son of Sheikh Ishaq and live in Sanaag.All I could find about the haplogroup is that it is very rare and has been found in Ethiopia and Saudi Arabia
    My Father's K15
    76.5% Somali + 23.5% Ethiopian_Wolayta @ 2.52
    94.6% Somali + 5.4% Ethiopian_Ari_cultivator @ 2.58


    Mother's K15

    98.2% Somali + 1.8% Lebanese_Druze @ 1.87
    98.1% Somali + 1.9% Tunisian_Jewish @ 1.91
    98.1% Somali + 1.9% Palestinian @ 1.91
    97.8% Somali + 2.2% Egyptian @ 1.92

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    Quote Originally Posted by drobbah View Post
    Kinda off topic but I've recently come across an Isaaq Somali with a very rare haplogroup E-M281 (E-V16).The guy hails from the Sanbuur who according to the Isaaq clan foundation story hail from one son of Sheikh Ishaq and live in Sanaag.All I could find about the haplogroup is that it is very rare and has been found in Ethiopia and Saudi Arabia
    Interesting, E-M281/V16 could be a paleolithic survivor lineage (like C-Y11591 in Europe). Perhaps this was the primary lineage of people inhabiting the Eastern side of the Horn between 20,000-5,000 years ago.

    E-Y18629 and T-Y45591 are more Neolithic/agropastoralist linked.

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    Omaar, I hope to see your result at Yfull tree. It will be interesting quest.

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    I learned so much from this thread on Somali E-V32. Thank you. I have been wondering in all the Somali E-V32 are related and it seems the answer is.

    I wonder if there is a big MtDNA similar to the big Y. It does not seem to have much interest unlike the Y haplogroups.

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