Y-SNP calls from the ancient Near East

In the table below are links to Y-SNP calls for samples from the ancient Near East.

Sample  Region   Culture      Haplogroup
I1632   Armenia  Copper Age   L1a1-M27*                  calls
I1635   Armenia  Kura-Araxes  R1b1a1b-CTS3187            calls
I1293   Iran     Mesolithic   J2a-CTS1085                calls
I1945   Iran     Neolithic    R2a-Y3399                  calls
I1949   Iran     Neolithic    pre-R2-M479                calls
I1671   Iran     Neolithic    G2a1a-FGC602(xG2a1a1)      calls
I1662   Iran     Copper Age   J2a-PF5008(xL581)          calls
I1674   Iran     Copper Age   G1a1b-GG372                calls
I1069   Levant   Natufian     E1b1b1-PF1871(xE1b1b1b1)   calls
I1685   Levant   Natufian     E1b1b-CTS10365             calls
I1690   Levant   Natufian     E1b1b-CTS4345              calls
I1414   Levant   PPNB         E1b1b1b2-CTS11781          calls
I1415   Levant   PPNB         E1b1b1b2a1-Y4974           calls
I1416   Levant   PPNB         CT(xH, I, J, K)            calls
I1707   Levant   PPNB         T1-PF5610(xT1a1, T1a2)     calls
I1710   Levant   PPNB         E1b1b1a1-CTS675            calls
I1727   Levant   PPNB         F(xG, J, LT, K2)           calls
I1700   Levant   PPNC         H2-P96                     calls
I1705   Levant   Bronze Age   J1a2b-Z2324                calls
I1730   Levant   Bronze Age   J2b1-PF7314                calls
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22 comments on “Y-SNP calls from the ancient Near East
  1. vsva says:

    There is also sample i1635 from EBA Armenia Kalavan which belongs to Kura-Araxes culture. In paper has not any dna given, but according Lazaridis tweet is r1b1-m415xm269. Can you look at them y calls?

  2. vsva says:

    And what about hotu cave j sample,Iran chalcolithic J sample and bronze age levant samples?

  3. Capra Internetensis says:

    Thanks for these

  4. Anon says:

    Thanks for this! Finally the Out of India/Middle-East IE can be put to rest without question.

  5. Olympus Mons says:

    So that R1b had P297?
    In my thesis there is a supplement called precisely ….
    EXODUS TO IBERIA – Plight of the P297 mutating to M269?

    http://blogs.sapo.pt/cloud/file/eb6b52b82097d41dfa0e5797a2fa7945/olympusmons/2016/From%20Shulaveri%20to%20Bell%20beaker.pdf

    Will I be that lucky (right)?

  6. Bob O'Moler says:

    Thanks for your work! I have some questions regarding I1730 sample from BA Levant: J2b-L282(xJ2b2). Is there a reason why this sample is tested for only one M205-level marker? Also, it is positive for one of M241-level markers, yet the designation is xJ2b2, was it a false positive or something else?

  7. vsva says:

    Can you show us rest y snp calls also from Natufian, PPNB and Chalcolithic Armenia?

  8. Folg says:

    I reviewed the y-chromosome of I1707 and there is not found “PF7466” position: 13904842 within the y-chromosome. Positive SNPs only give IJK for this sample and anyway is negative for all known main T subclades.

  9. Folg says:

    Well, I will try why I could not find this positives. This is strange, since I downloaded the genome correctly.

  10. Folg says:

    I downloaded the file directly from EBI. converted the BAM file with the latest version of Felix tool. Why do you think Im not finding these positive inside the files?

  11. Folg says:

    I can’t find these positives with the Felix Tool but I have found using IGV.

  12. kvasir says:

    I1671 please :=)

  13. vsva says:

    please,do also some armenian chalcolithic L1a sample.

  14. […] Among the other ancient samples, the ancient Egyptian samples are most similar to the Bronze Age samples from Jordan in the Levant. Note that the Pre-Ptolemaic samples JK2134 and JK2911 belong to the same J1a2a2-Z2324 and J2b1-PF7314 Y haplogroups that the Bronze Age Levant samples I1705 and I1730 belong to. […]

  15. […] components. Note that the 1500 AD Kenya sample belongs to the Caucasoid Y haplogroup E1b1b, as the Natufians did. The amount of the Natufian-related autosomal component in African populations correlates very well […]

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