Re: New Jewish DNA From 14th Century Erfurt #sephardic #dna #germany

Adam Cherson

Thanks Kevin,

This covers just about all of the y hgs from the study. There is one more I14846, called simply J(xJ2b) in the paper, with only 58k SNPs, so probably nothing further to be seen there.

It seems that most if not all of the y hgs are consistent with a strong Mediterranean input into the mix, both in the Erfurt1 and Erfurt2 groups.

The mt hgs are preponderantly K1a1b1a, followed by a smattering of various others.

Adam Cherson

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