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From: ahunt <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] European R1a and India
Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2006 09:26:34 -0700
Jim are your ancestor from South Carolina perchance?
James A. Honeychuck wrote:
> I'm asking about R1a because I won't find the answer in my J1, which
> is too rare both in India and Europe. If I do have common ancestry
> with those seven Indian groups, as reflected in my autosomal DNA, I'm
> wondering if anybody in the most common Eastern European haplogroup
> has noticed the same phenomenon.
> Anybody know the identity of the speakers of proto-Indo-European? The
> common ancestors could be them.
> Jim H.
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