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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilgar View Post
    Hi, my mtdna haplogroup is J1b1 too. It is though to be semitic afaik
    I guess, that depends on the subclave, but according what I can find about j1b1a3 it seems to be mostly European and western anatolian, which makes it a bit interesting for me. I dont believe all of the j1b1 subclaves are semitic.

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    From europedia:
    J1b is also very common among non-R1b populations in the Middle East (notably the South Caucasus, Iran and the Arabian peninsula), although the subclades are different. The most common J1b subclade in Europe, and the one most strongly associated with Y-haplogroup R1b, is J1b1, and particularly J1b1a in Europe, which also happen to be the subclade identified in the Urnfield culture. Other subclades of J1b are restricted to the Middle East or the eastern Mediterranean.

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    Oldest ancient J1b1a1 mtdna is from Geoksyur (mother and daughter) in central asia dated to around 3000bce.
    Oldest J1b1a3 found yet is from Gonur in central asia dated to around 2000bce.

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