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Principe
09-02-2017, 06:24 PM
This is the Breakdown for Basilicata, same concept as Puglia, the sample size is a bit larger at 43.

This is the Haplogroup Breakdown:

J2a: 24%
G: 21%
E: 16%
R1b: 16%
J1: 7%
I2: 7%
T: 5%
I1: 2%
R1a: 2%

For J2a: We have 1 J-L254, 1J-FGC21360, 1 J-Y15222 (me), 1 J-CTS900, 1 J-PF5191, 1 J-SK1337, 1 J-PH2651, 1 J-PF5456, 1 J-S21160, and 1 J-L581.

For G: We have 2 G-Z39308, 1 G-Z17887, 1 G-Z725, 1 G-L497, 1 G-Z27264, 1 G-M342 (G1), 1 G-U1, and 1 G-L140.

For E: We have 5 under E-V13, well 1 is E-L618 (so pre E-V13), 1 E-CTS9320, 1 E-S7461, 1 E-Z5017 and 1 E-Y3183. We have 1 E-V12 and 1 E-PF6751 (E-M84).

For R1b: We have 2 just at R-M269, 1 R-BY3294, 1 R-L21, 1 R-Z36 and 2 at R-U152.

For J1: We have 1 J-L858, 1 J-M9119 (J1-YSC76) and 1 J-ZS9034 (J1-YSC76).

For I2: We have 2 just at I-M223 and 1 I-P37.

For T: We have 1 T-CTS933 and 1 T-Y8614 (T-Y14629 to be precise).

For I1: We have 1 I-S20289.

For R1a: We have 1 R-YP1337.

Sorcelow
09-06-2017, 05:20 AM
Any J2a-M319?

Principe
09-06-2017, 12:45 PM
Any J2a-M319?

At the moment no, at least none on ftdna, the sample size for Basilicata is quite small at 43 individuals, I am sure it would appear if the sample size was larger.