The PEDIGREE of
R1b-L21 y-Haplogroup ('North Atlantic')
(very huge clade; aka M529; L21 was a great King of early BELL BEAKER in the North, poss. near Rhine, but according to Joe Flood, most probably S.W. Britain; the Companion (son?) of the AMESBURY ARCHER is L21, so this famous ancient skeleton may be the great King who brought L21 to Britain!; In any event, we might assume that the discovery of Tin in Cornwall led to the rapid growth of this family; ATLANTIC CELTIC of Early BRONZE AGE; GUEVARA); aka R1b1b2a1b6 (Isogg 2008), R1b1b2a1a2f (Isogg 2009), R1b1a2a1a1b4 (Isogg 2011), R1b1a2a1a1b3 (Isogg 2012), R1b1a2a1a2c (Isogg 2013), R1b1a1a2a1a2c (Isogg 2016), R1b1a1a2a1a2c1 (Isogg 2018), S145; aka 15654428C->G; (McDONALD, McCOOK, etc.; WILDES)
External page: Joe Flood has done a thorough study of R1b-L21.
External page: PLEASE stop using Isogg-style clade names for Y-haplogroups. As you can see here, R1b-L21 has had SEVEN different Isogg names -- they change the tree every year -- but has always been R1b-L21.
Note: On haplogroup pages, lists of unlinked 'children' are ordered distally; i.e. the first listed subclades are closest to the linked children.
External page: The Amesbury Archer is a great King in Britain who emigrated from Central Europe about 2300 BC; he is buried alongside a 'Companion' (the Archer's son?). Archer's Y-haplogroup has not been published, but the Companion is L21.
Born: Rhine or South England 2300 BC
R1b-DF13 y-Haplogroup (CTS241)
; Archer of AMESBURY
; R1b-CTS300 y-Haplogroup (DF63)
; R1b-L21 Haplo in British Isles
; R1b-A5846 y-Haplogroup
; BY2899 (Wildes)
; ancestor of Che Guevara
; R1b-Z39589 y-Haplogroup
; R1b-FGC5494 y-Haplogroup
; R1b-DF1 y-Haplogroup
; R1b-DF21 y-Haplogroup (S192)
; R1b-FGC11134 y-Haplogroup (Y3550)
; R1b-ZZ10 y-Haplogroup
; R1b-S219/Z255 y-Haplogroup
; (NN) ... (NN)
; R1b-A91 y-Haplogroup
; R1b-Y10997 y-Haplogroup
; Britain's two most common groups
; R1b-Y16251 y-Haplogroup
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