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    Quote Originally Posted by arkas View Post
    @Pioterus I am not really sure how to dig deeper into my haplogroup, seems a little complicated for someone who is a complete newbie to this subject.

    Although the Greek in me is still holding onto the tiny chance that I am descended from a more Ancient people found in Greece.
    First off - I gave you a link to a relatively cheap Y haplo panel for our shared ancient common I-M423 mutation, this will tell you, where exactly are you situated, on quite recent paternal ancestry (so you will know if your Y haplo is Slavic or local).
    Second thing - it's just Y haplo, autosomally you're Greek AF, so nothing changes, really.

    EDIT: I just noticed you're half Greek half Indian, so, your paternal half is Greek AF
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pioterus View Post
    First off - I gave you a link to a relatively cheap Y haplo panel for our shared ancient common I-M423 mutation, this will tell you, where exactly are you situated, on quite recent paternal ancestry (so you will know if your Y haplo is Slavic or local).
    Second thing - it's just Y haplo, autosomally you're Greek AF, so nothing changes, really.

    EDIT: I just noticed you're half Greek half Indian, so, your paternal half is Greek AF
    Thanks, I wasn't sure exactly what that product would tell me. I am mainly curious for my dad, he would be happy to know he was a pure Greek haha

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