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    I got the all common R1b1b2a1a2f for my paternal DNA and H4a for my maternal DNA, I feel indifferent about both of them.


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    R1a is the mightiest Y-dna and V is kinda rare.

    So I'm quite happy with them

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    My Y-DNA is the most common in Poland but subclade and cluster looks interesting (looks more Sarmatian than Slavic and has interesting distribution - from Volga Tatars to the Carpathian Highlanders and Hungarians). It's named as a "Volga-Carpathian". We need some Sarmatian aDNA, maybe my dreams will come true

    Iazyges cataphract, MAYBE one of my ancestors:

    Fought in a Marcomannic wars along with Germanic Marcomanni and Quadi.

    My mtdna is very interesting and quite old, found commonly in mesolithic remains from Russia to as west as Portugal, coorelated mostly with North-Central Euro hunters-gatherers.
    The oldest U4 is from Germany, found in Bad Drrenberg and dated to the 6850 BC. Quite decent distibution among Baltic and Finnic people, non-trivial in Sweden and among East Slavs.
    R1a-Z282>Z280>CTS1211>Y35>CTS3402>Y33>CTS8816>Y2902>Y3226>YP5224>BY27800
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    It's still not an end.
    R1a and R1b unite - Join!

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    Yes ..i am happy..i have tipic albanian cluster R1b..

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    I was surprised to find out that my mtDNA haplogroup is U5a1b, which isn't a very common haplogroup, especially in Greece. But I can't say I feel happy or sad about it.
    My Y DNA haplogroup is the most common in Greece, so no big surprises here.

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    I'm okay with them, I guess.
    I wish there was more info on them. K2b1a is rare, and R1b L20+ is relatively new and there's not a lot of info on it.

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    I'm happy with mine. They are both kinda interesting and go well together (I1 and U5a1b). My grandfather's haplogroup (H1b) is kinda interesting too, as it is more common in eastern Europe, although i have no recent eastern European ancestry, my grandmother and father's mtdna haplogroup is pretty much what i expected - J1c8 - As that line comes from NW England, and J1c in the British Isles is centered around the Irish Sea as far as i know.

    It's kind of cool that they go together, like the most common pairing is R1b and H, second most common is I and U5. So i am less common but still fit in perfectly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paschalisb View Post
    I was surprised to find out that my mtDNA haplogroup is U5a1b, which isn't a very common haplogroup, especially in Greece. But I can't say I feel happy or sad about it.
    My Y DNA haplogroup is the most common in Greece, so no big surprises here.
    Cool to find another U5a1b on the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaksen View Post
    I'm happy with mine. They are both kinda interesting and go well together (I1 and U5a1b)
    Immigrant, taking our jobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham View Post
    Immigrant, taking our jobs.
    And your tribes were also immigrants at some point.

    Edit: Plus i'm pretty sure I1 has had a presence in the British Isles probably since the bronze age, even if only a small one.

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