ChrisR wrote:tree sub of M67 reconstructed by using Project and Geno2 data: J2a-M67-CTS3261_N62009_Ison, J2a-M67-CTS3261-YSC0000292_230305_Magamadov, J2a-M67-CTS3261-Z365_N10172_Anonychuk, J2a-M67-L210_252114_Berry, J2a-M67-L210_29875_Ross, J2a-M67-L210-Z482_51341_Lewkowicz, J2a-M67-L210-Z482_N32818_Friedman, J2a-M67-Z467_139708_Frank, J2a-M67-M92-PF7404_222662_Espino, J2a-M67-M92-Z515_174923_Miller, J2a-M67-Z500-PF7394_21636_Piotrowski
What a beautiful analysis! I had just realized a couple of days ago that the L210/L227 branch split off into Z492 and the more terminal SNP, Z482. Z482 likely characterizes the specific Ashkenazi L210/L227's while Z492 without Z482--Ross, Berry--will characterize the broader Z489s I have found across the Mediterranean eg Sicily, NW Turkey. Curiously, Z489 was dropped from the Geno 2.0 reporting in mid-stream, but I think it will be equivalent to Z492. So L227/L210 and Z492 are relatively recent--Late Bronze Age--Eastern Mediterranean and Aegean SNPs upon which Z482 occurred in an Ashkenazi or proto-Ashkenazi population.