M123, MV257, M78


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Location: Paris region
YDNA:
G2a2b2a1b1a2a-CT4803
MtDNA:
H2a2a1 (rCRS)
PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2012 8:03 pm
abu khalil wrote:Palamede, Chaque fois que je vs ecris un long message puis je presse "submit" le systeme perd mon message et me demande de m'enregister, alors que je suis deja enregistre!!!!!--cela fait la 3ieme fois que je vs ecris 1 message, en vain!!!! En bref, m'explique de la M123 n'est pas du Yemen mais du Levant et j'etaye mes arguments. Et je vs reponds a prps du G1 et G2 en vs felicitant de vtr erudition sur le sujet. Je vs donne mon em: amansour@inco.com.lb A bientot de vs lire, Abu Khalil


Interesting about E1b1b
http://ethiohelix.blogspot.fr/2012/01/e1b1b-update.html

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YDNA:
yes
PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:47 pm
Hello! Dont those Ethiopian % of the various E1b1b1 clades show that E-M123 is found mainly among Amhara and Falashas? Which confirm that it is not a local clade but an imported clade from the Levant from antiquity. I propose they come from the Levant during Canaanite-Hebrew epoch (Minean & Sabeans from Gaza who traded with Yemen for the incense, and then Solomonic time), and then through the Christian epoch (relationship between Melkite Levantine Christians with Coptic Egyptians and Ethiopian Abyssinians who invaded Yemen to dislodge the Hymyar Jewish dynasty from the Yemen, which had initially provoked a Christian Yemenite exodus of Canaanite origin (Tyre) to the Ghassanid Hauran area of Syria. These events are historically documented.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 02, 2012 2:46 pm
abu khalil wrote:Hello! Dont those Ethiopian % of the various E1b1b1 clades show that E-M123 is found mainly among Amhara and Falashas?

This is the best we can say about E-M123's (or other E-M35 subclades) distribution in Ethiopia for right now:
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E-M123 shows a higher frequency in Northern Ethiopia but also has a presence in Southern Ethiopia.
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