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    A European type. Almost 10,000 years old. Cases from about 4,700 and 3,000 years BC have been found in Iberia. The idea that people in the west of this island are descended from people who moved up the coast from Iberia long long ago has been much discussed by researchers.
    Last edited by J1 DYS388=13; 04-27-2017 at 06:22 PM. Reason: Correct dates to BC

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Mc View Post
    I'd like to put this down as a resource for those of us who are seeking to map out the origins of Haplogroup K and its subclades.
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    One more tidbit: two samples from Catalhöyük (Central Anatolia) dated 6600-5500 cal BC, have the following mtDNA haplogroups,
    Ch51: K1b1c
    Ch54: K2a11

    Source: Z. Hofmanova. 2016. Palaeogenomic and Biostatistical Analysis of Ancient DNA Data from Mesolithic and Neolithic Skeletal Remains. Dissertation, Mainz, p. 45.

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    Is that a typo or an "i" at the end of your Haplogroup? I am a K1a4a1/R-DF88.

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    Does anyone know the origin of K1a1b1e? it's my haplogroup and I can't find much information about its origin.

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    The academic paper by Costa et al. says it's European and just over 6,000 years old. Another paper https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28669760 reports an Armenian case from about 1300BC, but I suppose that could be a line of European ancestry.

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