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From: Mitzi* Bateman <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Correlation of Y-haplogroups J2 andJ1withNeolithicagro-pastoral economies
Date: Sun, 1 Jun 2008 01:15:48 -0700
Hi Ricardo and Sasson,
One of my grandsons has tested J2. He has no 12/12 or 25 marker matches. However, he matches seven Samaritans, 11/12, and another ten Samaritans, 10/12. (I believe the Samaritan study only used 12 markers.)
These J2 matches are shown on my grandson's "Recent Ancestral Origins" and "Haplogroup" links on his personal FTDNA page.
Unfortunately, these Samaritan results are not entered into YSearch (where my grandson is HQE4E).
Mitzi> Date: Sat, 31 May 2008 18:59:50 -0300> From: "Ricardo Costa de Oliveira" <>> Subject: [DNA] RES: RES: Correlation of Y-haplogroups J2 and> J1withNeolithicagro-pastoral economies> To: <>> Message-ID: <>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
> In the FTDNA Y-Haplogroup J DNA Project we can observe that all J2 subgroups> are very international, continentally scattered and the J1 subgroups are far> more tribally or ethnically oriented and clustered together. > -----Mensagem original-----> De: > [mailto:] Em nome de Sasson Margaliot> Enviada em: s?bado, 31 de maio de 2008 16:20> Para: > Assunto: Re: [DNA] RES: Correlation of Y-haplogroups J2 and> J1withNeolithicagro-pastoral economies> > Isn't J2 history is tribal too? What about Dorians, Aeolians and Ionians?
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