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    Default Learn more about my Y dna ( I-S17250)

    According to 23andme I am I-S17250, I am currently awaiting on Ancestrydna also but they're only an autosomal service, where's the best place to find out more about subclades n shiet.


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    Ftdna. Get the Big Y if you have the dough.

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    You can try MorleyDNA. A free service.

    If you want to take a Y-DNA test then you can take FTDNA's Big-Y or YSEQ.
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    Largest segment = 4.1 cM

    Total Half-Match segments (HIR) = 103.4 cM (3.0 Pct)

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    It's a common subclade of I2a-Y3120 and frequently found among Slavs. It is found among South Slavs as well as other Slavic groups. https://www.yfull.com/tree/I-S17250/
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    Ydna: J1-ZS241

    Maternal Ydna: E-V13>CTS5856*


    The Albanians, these tigers of mountain wars ... have as their religion rebellion. Even their worst warrior is one of the strongest and bravest on the battle-field, just as if he was a knight on the legendary horse. But he has no horse, nor proper weapons for battle. Instead of the horse, he has a lance which strikes as lightning, he has spears who's points are full of posion as the sting of hornets, he has also a wooden bow with some arrows. Furthermore, he is stronger than iron ...

    - Ibn Kemal, Historian of the Turkish court during Skanderbeg's war against the Turks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thracian View Post
    You can try MorleyDNA. A free service.

    If you want to take a Y-DNA test then you can take FTDNA's Big-Y or YSEQ.
    I tried Morley, it gave me two different subclade and kind of confused me.

    I'll probs try this big-Y from FTDNA after I sort the ancestrydna test out and have some more money.

    There's like 4 different tests ranging from 169 to 649usd is the most expensive one necessary?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelmendasi View Post
    It's a common subclade of I2a-Y3120 and frequently found among Slavs. It is found among South Slavs as well as other Slavic groups. https://www.yfull.com/tree/I-S17250/
    Is it worth taking any of these more detailed tests if I wish to get it anymore specific? Don't want to spend 100s of quid if it isn't worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ayetooey View Post
    Is it worth taking any of these more detailed tests if I wish to get it anymore specific? Don't want to spend 100s of quid if it isn't worth it.
    I don't think you need to but if you want to find out your subclade of S17250 and see what specific group you match, then I would suggest testing further.
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    Eurogenes K36 oracle: 50.64% Albania_North+ 49.36% Kosovo. Population distance: 1) 1.27 Northern Albania&Kosovo

    Ydna: J1-ZS241

    Maternal Ydna: E-V13>CTS5856*


    The Albanians, these tigers of mountain wars ... have as their religion rebellion. Even their worst warrior is one of the strongest and bravest on the battle-field, just as if he was a knight on the legendary horse. But he has no horse, nor proper weapons for battle. Instead of the horse, he has a lance which strikes as lightning, he has spears who's points are full of posion as the sting of hornets, he has also a wooden bow with some arrows. Furthermore, he is stronger than iron ...

    - Ibn Kemal, Historian of the Turkish court during Skanderbeg's war against the Turks.

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    It's younger Vinča and Lepenski Vir haplogroup clade evolved in the last 2000 years in Poland and Belarus, but originally from Serbia.

    Serbian conquerors colonized most of Europe and spread it everywhere before it got crushed by Indo-Europeans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelmendasi View Post
    I don't think you need to but if you want to find out your subclade of S17250 and see what specific group you match, then I would suggest testing further.
    hes probably PH 908 he's from Dalmatia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bosniensis View Post
    hes probably PH 908 he's from Dalmatia
    Of total I2a1b2a1 among Dalmatians Serbs Din-S (PH908) is about 50%, and Din-N (CTS10228) is also abut 50%.

    There is one CTS10228 from native village of ayetooey's father. But you are right, he is most likely PH908.

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