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Aplogruppi J info

MessaggioInviato: sabato 22 dicembre 2018, 7:58
da norton de neville
Risultato che non riesco a comprendere
Y-adn E2515

Riuscire a spiegarmi
Grazie

Re: Aplogruppi J info

MessaggioInviato: venerdì 28 dicembre 2018, 21:32
da norton de neville
Visitazioni tante ma nessuno ha potuto darei una risposta! Singolare partecipazione al forum !

Re: Aplogruppi J info

MessaggioInviato: sabato 29 dicembre 2018, 1:07
da VictorIII
I'll do my best to research your E2515 and hope to return with some small contributions later this evening!

Re: Aplogruppi J info

MessaggioInviato: sabato 29 dicembre 2018, 6:16
da VictorIII
prof. I have searched unsuccessfully for information about "E2515". What testing service gave you this result? If you care to provide more details, I'll do my best to give you some more perspective. In short, E2515 is not on the extensive J tree.

Ultimately, we should find "you" somewhere here:
https://www.yfull.com/tree/J1/

or here:
https://www.yfull.com/tree/J2/
(or if E2515 is some new more refined result, we should have a broader subclade to reference that is already within the J1 or J2 tree).

Once we can locate you approximately on this tree, we will have much better understanding of where your subclade of the haplogroup J might have been in different times.

best wishes!

Re: Aplogruppi J info

MessaggioInviato: sabato 29 dicembre 2018, 6:33
da Alessio Bruno Bedini
Norton sono fuori casa in questi giorni e con il telefono non riesco a fare ricerche approfondite.
Appena posso cercherò di aiutarti a capire.
A presto!

Re: Aplogruppi J info

MessaggioInviato: sabato 29 dicembre 2018, 12:33
da norton de neville
E2515 E il numero ricerca
Quindi bisogna riferirsi solo a J adn?
Molto generico solo J!

Re: Aplogruppi J info

MessaggioInviato: sabato 29 dicembre 2018, 16:40
da VictorIII
Yes, the time of origin of the broad haplogroup J was very long ago, more than 25,000 years ago.. (but it means if we trace my father's father and your father's father, we would reach the same man 25,000 years ago at the beginning of the J haplogroup. How much further our lineage connects would then depend on more detailed analyze of your subclade. But surely yourself, Morello, myself and the other "J" members of this forum were from the same progenitor more recently than other people not with "J" y'dna haplogroup).

Within the J tree, my subclade "sk1337" formed 3,500 years ago. So more precision is found with more detailed searches.

I have had success using familytreedna's "Big Y" test and then sharing the results with "Y Full" organization. That is the current way to shed the most light on your paternal haplogroup.

Let me know if I can assist at all