Haplogroup R-P312

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This board this about the Y-DNA Haplogroup R-P312 and its geographical distribution.

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Here’s what you’re facing when you stand on the coast of Britain and Ireland. | 21 Maps That Will Change How You Think About Britain

Here's what you're facing when you stand on the coast of Britain and Ireland.

Inspired by a similar map showing what you're facing looking east and west from the Americas.

Major events in the peopling of the British Isles.

The fine-scale genetic structure of the British population

Major events in the peopling of the British Isles.

More major events in the peopling of the British Isles.

The fine-scale genetic structure of the British population

More major events in the peopling of the British Isles.

DNA map uncovers UK's secret histories

DNA map uncovers UK’s secret histories | Oxford Today

A breakthrough genetic study led by Oxford scientists has uncovered the enduring European tribal footprints that still mark in the United Kingdom’s population.

R1b-P312 Frequency Map showing an Atlantic Maritime distribution. S116 shows maximum Y-STR diversity in France and Germany but maximum frequency in Iberia and the British Isles. In the latter region it is represented mainly by R-M529 with the R-M222 subclade being particularly prominent in Ireland but also North England. I do not doubt that R-M222 would be prominent there as well. R-S116 also shows signs of being a Celtic, or Celtiberian-related lineag.

R1b founder effect in Central and Western Europe

Post will be updated after I read the paper. (Last Update: Aug. 29) UPDATE I: From the paper: The ages of various haplogroups in populati...

The Atlantic Arc Region

The Atlantic Arc Region

Arc Atlantique

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P312 Phylogenetic Tree

R1b Tree bursts into leaf (Branch to Region). P312 expansion in the Atlantic Region.

Y-Chromosome Tree Bursts into Leaf: 13,000 High-Confidence SNPs Covering the Majority of Known Clades

R1b Tree bursts into leaf (Branch to Region). P312 expansion in the Atlantic Region.