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    R-Y14420:Any idea what ancient culture could it be linked to?

    So,I've found out that I belong to R-Y14420 and I have a hard time figuring out how it could have ended up in Slovakia?The samples from yfull are mostly from the new world with some in Sweden and one in Hungary/Germany each.Also,a sister clade is only found in India.Some obscure not-so-successful Yamnaya line to Scandinavia?Any ideas are welcome.

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    What's so strange about it.

    It's downstream Z2106 which is the dominant clade of Yamnaya, so far.
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    kid2: 56.25% English_Cornwall + 43.75% Greek_Cappadocia @ 1.866

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    Quote Originally Posted by dosas View Post
    What's so strange about it.

    It's downstream Z2106 which is the dominant clade of Yamnaya, so far.
    well it most likely came with Yamnaya or some from it derived culture but it diverged from the in Yamnaya found Z2103 clades already around 3500 B.C if not earlier so theoretically it could even be found in early CWC. Y14420 is also parallel to R-Y35099, which is today found in South Asia. Both are under R-Y14415 which according to Yfull formed around 3500 B.C. So quite possible that some Y14415 was already quite early in Central Asia with Central_Steppe_EB and some other moved west with Yamnaya into the Balkan/Europe.

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