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    Hello everyone.
    I wrote earlier in the forum thinking that I belong to the group J1-P58-L829, but in the meantime I worked on the J1 panel at YSEQ and the result is:
    M267> CTS3068> PF7261> PH1651
    I see that SNP PH1651 is below PH128 and that it is equivalent to SNP Y30278 (PH7)

    How old is this SNP and where does its origin come from?

    Is there any idea how and from where did this branch come to the Balkans?

    My ancestors live in Herzegovina for several hundred years. I suppose they came here with the shepherds' migration from the south of the Balkans, sometimes in the 13th century, or that they were the remains of the Byzantine population or the army. In the tradition we have ancestors once lived in Dubrovnik.

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    Here is YFull's tree: https://www.yfull.com/tree/J-PF7261/

    This SNP formed 13200 YBP and its TMRCA for its branches is 11800 YBP. It seems its branches are dispersed through Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Serbia, Russia, Armenia, Italy and Azerbaijan. I would think your line may be in the Serbian branch along with the Armenian as we see in the Yfull tree. Perhaps through an Armenian-derived population in the Byzantine Empire (we know several Byzantines and even one of the dynasties was Armenian in origin).

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    Yes, and I think that migration to the Balkans is at the time of the Byzantine Empire from Armenia. I am not close with the Serbian branch. We are very different to STR, and we are geographically very distant.

    How old is this SNP PH1651 and where does its origin come from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Greco View Post
    Yes, and I think that migration to the Balkans is at the time of the Byzantine Empire from Armenia. I am not close with the Serbian branch. We are very different to STR, and we are geographically very distant.

    How old is this SNP PH1651 and where does its origin come from?
    PH1651 is the alternate name of V5765 which is phyloequivalent to PH128, which you can see in the previous link formed 11800 YBP and diversified 9300 YBP. I'm not sure where it originated.

    These haplogroups are very old, we can't tie them to any ethnicity really.

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    I'm negative on SNP Y30278. Is there anyone in the world's bases that it is positive on SNP PH1651?

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