The PEDIGREE of
para-Kurgan man

 
     very common among Slavs, also common in C. Eur, Saami, Norway, Magyars; (assoc with late neolithic or historic westward expansion from N.W. Asia or B.E. Europe); (placeholder: nevermind that Y-chrom isn't inherited from females)

 "Child(ren)":       No. Europe y-Haplogroups
 poss. "Partner(s)":       (NN) of prehistory
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/-- CF y-Haplogroup (P143 M168 P9)   +====> [ 34]
/-- FT y-Haplogroup (P14 M89 M213)
/-- GHIJK y-Haplogroup
/-- HIJK y-Haplogroup
/-- IJK y-Haplogroup
/-- K y-Haplogroup
/-- K2 y-Haplogroup  (43,400 BC )
/-- K2b y-Haplogroup
/-- P y-Haplogroup (M45)
/-- R y-Haplogroup  (26,200 BC)
/-- R-Y482 y-Haplogroup  (Central Asia 26,200 BC )
/-- R1 y-Haplogroup (P238)  (20,800 BC)
/-- R1a y-Haplogroup (M420)  (16,400 BC)
/-- R1a-M459 y-Haplogroup  (12,100 BC)
/-- R1a1 y-Haplogroup (M17 M198)  (Central Asia 6500 BC)
/  
- para-Kurgan man
 


  (poss.) ``Grandchildren:''       Ethnic groups of Russia   ;   European mixture of y-Haplogroups
 
  (poss.) ``1-Great Grandchild:''       Ethnic groups of Europeans
 

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