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: Апреля 4, 2021, 18:27
Родственник сделал тест на гаплогруппу и поскольку у меня такая же стало интересно. Вот что ему прислали:
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Today, you share your haplogroup with all the men who are paternal-line descendants of the common ancestor of J-L25”

Your paternal line descends from haplogroup J-M172, one of two major branches of haplogroup J. J-M172 split away from its brother lineage in the Middle East between 31,000 and 36,000 years ago, but the most dramatic chapter in its history has been in the last 10,000. The Ice Age gave way to a warmer and more stable climate, and people in the Middle East domesticated plants and livestock for the first time. Populations boomed, sparking new waves of migration from the Middle East to North Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, and Europe. Within a few thousand years, early male farmers traversed the Mediterranean Sea, bringing their farming expertise and the J-M172 haplogroup to Crete, Italy, and Cyprus. But some of these men did not travel as far, instead settling in the Balkan region of present-day Greece and Albania.
More recently, the movements of Phoenicians and other ancient seafarers, the expansion of ancient Greece between the 8th and 4th centuries BCE, and the Jewish diaspora have carried haplogroup J-M172 all around the Mediterranean and throughout much of Europe.”
“The first farmers in western Eurasia lived in the Fertile Crescent, a region of the Middle East stretching from the Nile Delta to the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. With their new technology, they were able to live more sedentary lives, support larger populations, and build civilizations. They also began to move rapidly outwards from the Middle East. One of the earliest regions they expanded into was Armenia, a crossroads between the Middle East and northern Eurasia that was transformed into a fertile landscape at the end of the Ice Age. In addition to their culture, some of the men involved in this early migration carried haplogroup J-M172. In fact, their arrival in the region left genetic signatures that can still be seen in the J-M172 lineages found in Armenian men today, especially in Ararat Valley, Gardman, and Lake Van.

Я так понимаю это подгруппа J-2? Где можно поподробнее про эту J-L25 почитать?

 

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