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  • #16
    Originally posted by pascal the kraut View Post
    ... but I was wondering who to find on the net some detailed information about R1a1a1 subclades, so that I could narrow down my match to a certain area.
    Dr. Gwozdz provides a lot of information about Central-Eastern European R1a1a1 clades, but it's statistical, not geographical.

    The Polish Project has the standard FTDNA-generated maps of the ancestral origins of each category's members; but this is going to reflect one particular project, not FTDNA's entire customer base.

    This 2009 research paper has a map of R1a1a as a whole, and one for R1a1a1g (R-M458). Other clades were discovered more recently and have not yet been studied academically.

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