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    Homeland of the Haplogroup G2a3b1a?

    Does anyone have information on Haplogroup G2a3b1a in Europe? I was able to find one website that claimed “The presumed homeland of R1b1b and Pre-Proto-Indo-European speakers is assumed to be in northern Anatolia and/or the North Caucasus. The Caucasus itself is a hotspot of haplogroup G. Therefore, it is entirely conceivable that a minority of Caucasian men belonging to haplogroup G (and perhaps also J2b) integrated the R1b community that crossed the Caucasus and established themselves on the northern and eastern shores of the Black Sea sometime between 7,000 and 5,000 BCE. Those Proto-Indo-European would have belonged evolved to R1b1b2a1 and G2a3b1a before their epic conquest of Europe starting timidly in the Balkans around 4000 BCE and completed when all the Atlantic fringe from Iberia to the British Isles was settled, around 2000 BCE. Contrarily to G2a* and G2a3*, which is more prevalent in mountainous areas, G2a3b1a is found uniformly throughout Europe, even in Scandinavia and Russia. More importantly, G2a3b1 is also found in India, especially among the upper castes. The combined presence of G2a3b1 across Europe and India is a very strong argument in favor of an Indo-European origin. The coalescence age of G2a3b1 also matches the time of the Indo-European expansion during the Bronze Age.”
    I was wondering if there was any validity to this assertion…that they came along with the other indo-Europeans? It is interesting that they are not even a sizable minority anywhere…but they do seem somewhat evenly distributed throughout Europe. Any information would be much appreciated.
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    Apparently, the G2a3b1a is most common in central and southern Europe.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogr...b1_%28Y-DNA%29

    The R1b is common with Celtic people I beleive.
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