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From: "Jackson Montgomery-Devoni" <>
Subject: [DNA] Ice age refugiums
Date: Wed, 01 Nov 2006 15:16:42 -0500
>From what I have recently been reading it seems to me that R1b1c* M269+ but
S21- and S28- spent the last ice age in Iberia along with I1a and possibly
I1c. After the ice age these groups spread out to become to dominant
haplogroups in Northern and Northwestern Europe.
It seems possible now that R1b1c9 S21+ originated in Italy during the ice
age and then spread north into central Europe and these people then became a
prominent group among the Anglo-Saxons and other Germanic peoples. Is it a
good possibility that S21 spent the last ice age in Italy instead of Iberia?
R1b1c10 S28+ spent the last ice age in a Balkan or Eastern European refuge
and then spread out to the Noeth and Northwest and became fairly porminent
in Denmark. Would this be correct? Other groups in the Balkans would have
been I1b and possibly R1b1c DYS393=12?
R1a1 would have been in a Ukranian refuge? Or Central Asia perhaps?
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