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  • YDNA and mtDNA "equivalents"

    http://www.familytreedna.com/hclade2.html says:

    "H1b is most frequent in Eastern and Northern Europe (like Haplogroup I for the Y-DNA), and if the ancestral site was Iberia gives us an idea of the post Glacial movements beginning, perhaps, 10,000 years ago."

    I haven't been tested for mtDNA subclades, but my mutations and matches imply I'm H1b. My YDNA has been tested to be I1a. So, at least for me it seems to be true that Y-Hg I and mt-Hg H1b go sort of "hand in hand". Are there other such haplogroup pairs?

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    Of course there are other y- and mt-DNA pairings ... we wouldn't be here if there weren't.

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      Originally posted by tomcat
      Of course there are other y- and mt-DNA pairings ... we wouldn't be here if there weren't.
      OK. So, what are they?

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        it would depend on the time, and where people have spread in that time; leading up to people finding mates. H has been spreading through europe for some time. Same as the male western Europe line of R1B, which I believe includes the Atlantic Model.

        Here is an mtdna page I often refer to. http://www.worldfamilies.net/mtDNA.htm
        Last edited by M.O'Connor; 29 April 2006, 06:22 AM.

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