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From: "James A. Honeychuck" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] European R1a and India - success
Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2006 08:33:02 +0100
Thanks Eric for the pointer to the question of the haplogroup of the
Someone has written a Wikipedia article on that:
It links to a paper by Kivisild et al. which is doubly helpful.
First of all, it confirms that my autosomal DNA ancestors in southwest
Asia not on my direct Y-DNA line may well have had relatives who
migrated to India.
But secondly, Kivisild or someone he or she cites actually found one
case of J* (not J2) in West Bengal, right where my startling Match
Likelihood Index of 2,215 with Oraon tribals was found by DNA Tribes.
Don't you love it when a theory falls into place?
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