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    Quote Originally Posted by Humanist View Post
    My Yfull sample is still being analyzed, but they have me under GG167/GG200, which has a TMRCA of 7900 ybp.
    A man from Saudi Arabia is included within the GG200/GG167 category, in addition to myself, now on the relevant G Project page at FTDNA. At YFull, men derived for GG313 now include two men from Saudi Arabia, one from Kuwait, one from Armenia, one of unknown origin, and myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humanist View Post
    A man from Saudi Arabia is included within the GG200/GG167 category, in addition to myself, now on the relevant G Project page at FTDNA. At YFull, men derived for GG313 now include two men from Saudi Arabia, one from Kuwait, one from Armenia, one of unknown origin, and myself.
    Still the sublcades the Armenian and the three Saudis/Kuwaitis belong to formed 5900 ybp. Ours 9300 ybp hehe. It seems so far off still, I'm gonna try to save a bit and get tested myself maybe it will change the dates or something? Not sure how it works. I'm also derived of GG167. Is there a way to check how far removed you and me are from the men in the G1 study that came out a couple years ago?

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    The most common Y-DNA haplogroups among Assyrians is T-M184, at 41.5%, which is frequent in Middle Eastern Jews, Georgians, Druze and Somalians. According to a 2006 study of males from Iraq, Iran and Turkey J-M267 measured at 28.6%, 16.1% and 20.0%, respectively, which is significant among Semitic people of Western Asia, North Africa and the Horn of Africa and the second most common haplogroup among Assyrians. This was followed by J2 at 13.4%, which is commonly found in the Fertile Crescent, the Caucasus, Anatolia, Italy, coastal Mediterranean, and the Iranian plateau.

    In a DNA test comprising 48 Assyrian male subjects from Iran, the Y-DNA haplogroups J-M304, found in its greatest concentration in the Arabian peninsula, and the Indo European-linked R1b, were also frequent at 29.2% each.Other Y-DNA haplogroups included were Afro Asiatic-linked E1b1b (11.2%), G-M201 (8.9%), which is significantly found in the Caucasus and Georgia, and the Proto Indo European-linked R1a (8.3%).

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    Why is R1b so high? Probably Persian or Hittite intermarriage perhaps?

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    This is my updated grouping on YTree. I am the sample from Iran. The sample from Brazil is from Minas Gerais. If I am not mistaken, there is a significant population of Middle Easterners living in Minas Gerais.

    The Russian samples are Bashkirs. But they appear to be more distantly related.

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