DEMO REPORT

Balkan & Greek
50.60%
MTDNA MATERNAL LINEAGE
HV1b2
YDNA PATERNAL LINEAGE
R1a1a (R-M198)
NEANDERTHAL ANALYSIS
412 variants
VIKING
Closest viking
Not related
FAMILY RELATIONSHIP
Are your parents related?
Not related

Ethnicity estimate

76.40%
Southern European
76.40%
Balkan & Greek 50.60%
  • Greece
  • Bulgaria
Italian 25.80%
23.60%
Arab, Egyptian & Levantine
23.60%
Levantine 23.60%
  • Lebanon

Note: this ancestries are not part of your breakdown percentages, but part of a specific analysis to detect some specific ancestries.

Jewish Ancestry 94%

Note: The areas represented in this map are not intented to fully reflect the coverage of any ancestry region.

Last Update: 5/31/2021

Maternal Linage (MTDNA)

HV1b2

Haplogroup HV is found mainly in Western Asia, Southern Europe, Eastern Europe and North Africa. In Africa, the clade peaks among Egyptians inhabiting El-Hayez oasis (14.3%). with the HV0 subclade occurring among Mozabite Berbers (8.24%), Libyans (7.4%), Reguibate Sahrawi (6.48%), Zenata Berbers (5.48%), and Algerians (4.84% total; 2.15%-3.75% in Oran).

Source: Wikipedia

  • Good quality (high confidence prediction)
  • Estimated place and time of origin 27.000 years back present in West Asia
  • Your MTDNA is common in Western Asia, Southern Europe, Eastern Europe and North Africa
  • From you to the roots of the human maternal lineage

    Each parent haplogroup in this sequence appeared a thousands years ago, when a woman got a new set of mutations in her mitochondria that defined a new maternal branch (MTDNA).

    Most recent haplogroup HV1b2 > HV1b+152C! > HV1b > HV1a'b'c > HV1 > HV > R0 > R > N > L3 > L3'4 > L3'4'6 > L2'3'4'6 > L2'3'4'5'6 > L1'2'3'4'5'6 First woman (175.000 years ago)

  • MTDNA World Map

    Source: Wikipedia

  • Ancient DNA from the same MTDNA branch

    Sample from MTDNA Est. Age (YBP)
    Abusir el-Meleq (Egypt) HV1b2 2317
         
         
         
         
  • Disclaimer: The haplogroup prediction is based on the MTDNA SNPs (DNA markers) that your uploaded DNA file contains, so it can be a partial subclase or it may be a different prediction that other services offer. The results can be more detailed if you get a full MTDNA test in FTDNA. This test will let you know the last branch to which you belongs to.

Paternal Linage (YDNA)

R1a1a (R-M198)

Haplogroup R1a, or haplogroup R-M420, is a human Y-chromosome DNA haplogroup which is distributed in a large region in Eurasia, extending from Scandinavia and Central Europe to southern Siberia and South Asia.

While R1a originated ca. 22,000 to 25,000 years ago, its subclade M417 (R1a1a1) diversified ca. 5,800 years ago. The place of origin of the subclade plays a role in the debate about the origins of Proto-Indo-Europeans.

In Europe, the R1a1 sub-clade is found at highest levels among peoples of Central and Eastern European descent, with results ranging from 35-65% among Czechs, Hungarians, Poles, Slovaks, western Ukrainians (particularly Rusyns), Belarusians, Moldovans, and Russians. In the Baltics, R1a1a frequencies decrease from Lithuania (45%) to Estonia (around 30%).

Source: Wikipedia

  • Good quality (high confidence prediction)
  • Estimated place and time of origin 66.000 years back present in West Asia
  • Your YDNA is common in East Europe, South Asia
  • From you to the roots of the human paternal lineage

    Each parent haplogroup in this sequence appeared a thousand years ago, when a man got a new set of mutations in his Y chromosome that defined a new paternal branch (YDNA).

    Most recent haplogroup R1a1a > R1a1a > R1a1 > R1a > R1 > R > P > LT > K > CF > BT > A1b > A1 > A0-T First man (250.000 years ago)

  • YDNA World Map

    Source: Wikipedia

  • Ancient DNA from the same YDNA branch

    Sample from YDNA Est. Age (YBP)
    Serteya (Smolenskaya oblast) VIII (Russia) R1a 6000
    Joelähtme, Harju, EST (Estonia) R1a 2955
    Egyin Gol Valley (Mongolia) R1a 2050
    Aschheim-Bajuwarenring,Bavaria, Germany (Germany) R1a 1450
    Kukruse, Ida-Viru, EST (Estonia) R1a 790
  • Disclaimer: The haplogroup prediction is based on the YDNA SNPs (DNA markers) that your uploaded DNA file contains, so it can be a partial subclase or it may be a different prediction that other services offer.
    The results can be more detailed if you get a full YDNA test in FTDNA. This test will let you know the last branch to which you belongs to.

Neanderthals, also Neandertals, Homo neanderthalensis or Homo sapiens neanderthalensis) are an extinct species or subspecies of archaic humans who lived in Eurasia until about 40,000 years ago.

They most likely went extinct due to competition with, or extermination by, immigrating European early modern humans or due to great climatic change, disease, or a combination of these factors.

It is unclear when Neanderthals split from modern humans; studies have produced various intervals ranging from 315,000 to more than 800,000 years ago. The time of divergence of Neanderthals from their ancestor H. heidelbergensis is also unclear. The oldest potential Neanderthal bones are dated to 430,000 years ago, but the classification is uncertain. Neanderthals are known from numerous fossils, especially from after 130,000 years ago. The type specimen, Neanderthal 1, was found in 1856 in the German Neander Valley. After much debate over their validity, Neanderthals were depicted as being primitive, stupid, and brutish for much of the early 20th century. Although knowledge and perception of them has markedly changed since then in the scientific community, the image of the unevolved caveman archetype remains prevalent in popular culture.

Some traits that modern humans inherited from neanderthals
  • Occipital bun
  • Elongated skull
  • Space behind the wisdom teeth
  • Supraorbital ridge or brow ridge
  • Broad, projecting nose
  • Little or no protruding chin
  • Rosy cheeks
  • Wide fingers and thumbs
  • Straight, thick hair
  • Immunity against Eurasian pathogens
  • Increased risk of Type 2 diabetes
  • Increased risk of Crohn’s disease
  • Nicotine addiction

  • You inherited 412 of 4454 identified neanderthal variants

Your Neanderthal Traits

You are less likely to sneeze after eating dark chocolate
Found 2 of 4 variants
You are more likely to be able to detect floral fragrance
Found 1 of 2 variants
You are more likely to have worse sense of direction
Found 1 of 2 variants

Acknowledges

The Neanderthal section's header is a photo by Agustina Heit on Unsplash

The viking section's header is a photo by Raimond Klavins on Unsplash