World Y-DNA frequencies

Neohumanid mutative history

Y- Population tree

  • R1 (M173) The marker of the emergence of Asiatic hordes in Central Asia
    • R1 (L62) Emergence in the Asiatics that lived on the foothills of the Anatolian-Iranian Plateau
      • R1 (L62*)  Very small minorities found in the Anatolian-Iranian Plateau
      • R1 (L120) The most prominent lineage within (L62) 
        • R1 (L120*)  A small minority composed of distantly related lineages in Anatolia & Caucasus
        • R1 (M17) From this lineage descends the most important male in the (L62) population, accounting for +95% of the population
          • R1 (L417) Accounts for +90% of (L62)
            • R1 (Z645) This lineage includes the populations that strongly favored Balto-Slavic in Europe & Indo-Iranian in Asia
              • R1 (Z283) This lineage is almost exclusive to Europe, with Baltic & Slavic populations
                • R1 (M458) A clearly Balto-Slavic lineage 
                  • R1 (L260) This population largely West Slavic lineage
                • R1 (Z280) A Balto-Slavic lineage that overlaps with (M458) in Poland
                  • R1 (L365) This population is found in Poland
                • R1 (Z284) This lineage emerged in Norway, expanded with the Vikings
              • R1 (Z93) Founder of this lineage produced a population that played the primary role in the spread of the Indo-Iranian languages
                • R1 (M434) This population emerged in populations associated with Pakistan
            • R1 (L664) Represents a Neolithic expansion into the lowland Germanic regions
    • R1 (M343) The Western clade of R1 (M173), although it shares Asian origins with (L62).  It kept a  generally Western distribution from an (L62) POV
      • R1 (P25) This mutation is at least 5ky after M343 restricting R1b to the sole lineage
        • R1 (P297) The most successful lineage in R1b, possibly emerged in the North Caspian region
          • R1 (M73) The population that headed East, found today as a minority lineage in Central Asia, Turkic tribes & Pakistani Hazara
          • R1 (M269) A very dominant population that started establishing itself in the Pontic in the Mesolithic age
            • R1 (L23) This lineage narrows down to the population that crossed the Pontic steppes into Europe in the Neolithic
              • R1 (L150) The invasion reaches the mouth of the Danube, they encounter a mixed population of Neolithic farmers & Paleolithic Europids
                • R1 (L51) R1b moves deeper into Europe with ease, using their neolithic militaristic superiority against the native Europid population
                  • R1 (P310) This lineage represents the R1 (M173) Eurasid conquest of the European heartland, by 2500 BC
                    • R1 (U106) This lineage splits from the main (P310) horde and absorbs Paleolithic Europids while moving into Germany
                      • R1 (Z18) The western most population of U106, this lineage was founded by a Germanic speaking ancestor
                      • R1 (Z381) The most important subgroup of U106, all members descended from a Germanic speaking ancestor
                        • R1 (M467) Anglo-Saxon marker in the British isles, North German distribution in Europe
                        • R1 (L1) West Germanic marker in the British isles, West European distribution in Europe
                        • R1 (L48) Germanic marker in the British isles, 
                    • R1 (P312) The primary Indo-European population of Bronze age Europe, representing the Lineal Celts.
                      • R1 (M65) A clearly reduced Ibero-Celtic lineage.   
                      • R1 (Z196) Most important Ibero-Celtic lineage, influenced the Nordic bronze age & experienced a Nordic revival
                        • R1 (M153) An Ibero-Celtic lineage, found in Basques
                        • R1 (L176.2) This population expanded out of Iberia & participated in the Nordic Bronze age
                          • R1 (M167) A sizable minority in Catalan & Basques.
                          • R1 (L165) An Ibero-Celtic expansion episode, settled Scandinavia during the Nordic bronze age
                      • R1 (U152) Primary Celtic Lineage that arisen in Central Europe
                        • R1 (L2) Main lineage of U152
                          • R1 (Z367) Major Gallo-Celtic lineage, including the majority of the Romance P310
                          • R1 (L196) Minor British Lineage
                          • R1 (Z49) Minor Western European lineage
                        • R1 (Z36) German Celtic lineage
                        • R1 (Z56) German Celtic lineage
                      • R1 (L21) British-Celtic lineage. Remains the predominant lineage of Ireland & primary in Britain
                        • R1 (M37) An Australian private lineage with Celtic roots
                        • R1 (M222) Celtic lineage common in Ireland
                        • R1 (L513) Pan-British Celtic lineage
                        • R1 (L96) A reduced Celtic lineage that possibly emerged in Atlantic France
                        • R1 (L144) A Celtic lineage common in Ireland
                        • R1 (L159.2) A Celtic British lineage, that was linguistically subjugated by the Anglo-Saxon invaders
                        • R1 (Z253) A Celtic lineage common in Ireland     
                        • R1 (DF21) Pan-British Celtic lineage
                        • R1 (L371) The Celtic lineage common in Wales
                      • R1 (L238) Nord-Celtic lineage. This population possibly played a role in the Nordic bronze age  
                      • R1 (DF19) German-Celtic lineage, this lineage shared the same habitat with Germanic (U106)
                • R1 (L584) An Anatolian branch that is found in Armenians, Assyrians & other Anatolian populations
        • R1 (M335) Rarely encountered population, remnants of a Paleolithic reduced lineage in Anatolia
        • R1 (V88) This mutation defines all R1b lineages that had an R1b ancestor in Africa
          • R1 (V88*)  Accounting for more than one cluster, the most prominent is in North Cameroon.
          • R1 (M18) This population migrated from Sub-Saharan Africa to the Levant. Spread by the Ancient Phoenicians to Sardinia
          • R1 (V69) A Neolithic downstream of V88, most common in Northern Cameroon