Y-Haplogroup J (M304) is perceived to have originated roughly 48,000 years ago in Western Asia. This haplogroup is closely related to Haplogroup I (M170). The major subgroups are J1 (M267) and J2 (M172), and they comprise almost all of this haplogroup population.
Haplogroup J is found in greater concentration in the Arabian Peninsula, it also has a significant presence in North Africa and Horn of Africa region. In Southern Europe, mostly in central and southern Italy, Malta, Greece, and Albania, this haplogroup has moderate occurrence.
18 Jan 2016 / rarikola / 0
Tags: Middle East