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    Where has the oldest form of Z283 been discovered?

    I'm familiar with its general spread, and some umbrella terms like Germanic, Kurgan, Proto-Indo-European used to identify it. I also know it took part in the Battle Axe Culture. However, where has the oldest remains with Z283 been discovered?

    I'm only a few weeks away from my Y67 results at Ftdna. Curious to see if I'm still placed in Z283 only. Probably early January until I receive my Yelite. Interested whether it will confirm LivingDNA's assignment to Z283*

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