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From: "Alfred A. Aburto Jr." <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Correlation of Y-haplogroups J2 andJ1withNeolithicagro-pastoral economies
Date: Sun, 01 Jun 2008 07:27:49 -0700
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Yes, the Samaritans are a close knit group. The Druze are another. The
Gypsies (Roma) another ...
Also, on Ysearch, on 12 markers, your grandson has a 11/12 match with a
person from Lebanon (Ganoom, 62QBD), and another 11/12 match with a
person from Ukraine (Klein, DVWTN).
Checking my own collection of J2 haplotypes your closest matches on 25
markers are 18/25 with Ysearch VFUPY (Russo, Italy) and 18/25 with
Ysearch 82VJ3 (Lerner, Ukraine).
> Mitzi* Bateman wrote:
> 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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