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    The marker is common to Balts and Slavs living near Balts. The question that concerns me if Z92 marker is Baltic or Slavic. In my opinion it's Slavic. North-eastern Slavic.

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    Photos needed. I dont think it has to be named one. Balto slavic maybe

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    Quote Originally Posted by IstenmeyenTuy View Post

    Photos needed. I dont think it has to be named one. Balto slavic maybe
    I don't think this map is accurate. I am yet to find anyone outside of Baltia and eastern Slavia having Z92 marker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugevit View Post
    I don't think this map is accurate. I am yet to find anyone outside of Baltia and eastern Slavia having Z92 marker
    Maybe yes. You must post accurate several maps for the discussion I think.

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    Find me a single person having a Z92 who's not Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian, Belarusians, Russian, Ukrainian, Pole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugevit View Post
    Find me a single person having a Z92 who's not Lithuanian, Latvian, Estonian, Belarusians, Russian, Ukrainian, Pole.
    Hungarians. Btw there is Z92 in Siberia in projects

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    Quote Originally Posted by IstenmeyenTuy View Post
    Hungarians. Btw there is Z92 in Siberia in projects
    A Siberian having Z92? Siberia is around 20% of Russia's populations . That's between Ural mountains and Vladivostok near Japand and north Korea. Siberia was settled by Russians, Ukrainians, Belarusians, Poles, Latvians, Germans, Estonians, Lithuanians in the last 250 years. So Siberian will have any Y-chrm marker that is found in eastern Europe.

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    Listed as Baltic here:



    Although if that green map is correct, it should be Balto-Slavic. Do Celtic-speaking French (Bretons/Brittany) really carry R1a-Z92 though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EliasAlucard View Post
    Listed as Baltic here:



    Although if that green map is correct, it should be Balto-Slavic. Do Celtic-speaking French (Bretons/Brittany) really carry R1a-Z92 though?

    Haplogroups ---> Y-DNA

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