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    Map of ancient Slavic samples

    Sometimes it is easier to clearly see where and who was found and which haplogroups were found among the ancient Slavs.
    https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer...2430000001&z=5
    I added that I have on hand at the moment, with the appearance of new samples, the map will be updated. To simplify, I marked haplogroups with the same colors as in FTDNA, if samples with different haplogroups were found in one place, then I indicated the color of the predominant one. Places with MT haplogroups only are indicated in a separate color.
    The version in English or with self-translation is still thinking about how to implement.

    If you want to add a sample, then you need to:
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    2)Haplogroups
    3)Dating
    4)Link to the source

    Your comments and suggestions will be taken into account, so do not hesitate to write.

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    Small statistics Y on the map:

    Eastern Europe:
    R - 9
    E - 6
    I - 2
    J - 2
    T - 1
    Ahead of the R1a, all the E V-13.

    General:
    R - 34
    I - 17
    E - 10
    J - 5
    N - 2 (Bosnian)
    G2a - 1
    T - 1
    Ahead of R1a, I2 prevails over I1, again all the E1b1b V-13 and the first N, the Bosnians of the 14th century, appear.

    Well, the border of the spread of the Slavs in the west is clearly visible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tora_sama View Post
    Small statistics Y on the map:

    Eastern Europe:
    R - 9
    E - 6
    I - 2
    J - 2
    T - 1
    Ahead of the R1a, all the E V-13.

    General:
    R - 34
    I - 17
    E - 10
    J - 5
    N - 2 (Bosnian)
    G2a - 1
    T - 1
    Ahead of R1a, I2 prevails over I1, again all the E1b1b V-13 and the first N, the Bosnians of the 14th century, appear.

    Well, the border of the spread of the Slavs in the west is clearly visible.
    Interesting maps and samples....How many are Y-DNA J2a? I can only find one from Serbia on the map.

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    Highlighted the points on the map where J is present.

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    You should remove the medieval DF99 samples from Timacum Minus, those are autosomally somewhere in Southern France or Iberia and are likely from the Frankish Empire. You can also add the misdated sample from Croatia even though we dont know when its from.
    Last edited by vasil; 01-09-2022 at 07:41 PM.

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    Timacum Minus:
    I15537 E-Y3762 | H13a2a
    I15538 R1b-P312,R-D99 | H1e1a6
    I15539 R1b-P312,R-D99 H1e1a6 | H1e1a6
    I15540 J1b1a1
    I15541 I-Y3120 | K1a4
    I15542 I-Y3120 | H9a
    I15543 J-Y7010 | H1f+16093
    Who exactly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tora_sama View Post
    Timacum Minus:
    I15537 E-Y3762 | H13a2a
    I15538 R1b-P312,R-D99 | H1e1a6
    I15539 R1b-P312,R-D99 H1e1a6 | H1e1a6
    I15540 J1b1a1
    I15541 I-Y3120 | K1a4
    I15542 I-Y3120 | H9a
    I15543 J-Y7010 | H1f+16093
    Who exactly?
    I15538 and I15539

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    I think you can add also HGH-1558 from this study:

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc...89004221003874

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    Quote Originally Posted by vasil View Post
    I15538 and I15539
    Strange, I can't find their G25 coordinates to be sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tora_sama View Post
    Strange, I can't find their G25 coordinates to be sure.
    You can look at the PCA in the paper itself. They are not even unexpected due to the Bulgarian-Frankish conflict arround the Timocani.

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