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  • Haplogroup I contradiction

    FTDNA

    The I, I1 and I1a lineages are nearly completely restricted to northwestern Europe.
    Genographic

    Haplogroup I, is widespread throughout southeastern and central Europe and most common in the Balkans.
    These cannot both be correct.

    Since they both refer to recent distributions of this Haplogroup, migration cannot therefore be put forward as the answer to the contradiction.

    Can we please have some official authoratative explanation.

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    Originally posted by BernC
    FTDNA



    Genographic



    These cannot both be correct.

    Since they both refer to recent distributions of this Haplogroup, migration cannot therefore be put forward as the answer to the contradiction.

    Can we please have some official authoratative explanation.
    Y Haplogroup I1b is the more common "I" found in the Balkans

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