Haplogroup R1a-M417

These are maps of modern distribution of haplogroup R1b-M198 and its main subclades, using natural neighbour interpolation.

Data includes reports by Underhill et al. (2014), recently updated – among others – by Tambets et al. (2018) and Dudás et al. (2019).

R1a-M417

The expansion of R1b-M417 was most likely associated originally with the spread of the Corded Ware culture.

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Modern distribution of haplogroup R1a-M417*. See full map.
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Modern distribution of haplogroup R1a-M417. See full map.

R1a-Z93

Proto-Indo-Iranians expanded under R1a-Z93 bottlenecks from Sintashta-Potapovka into the Srubna-Andronovo horizon, while Eastern Uralic peoples probably expanded eastwards with the Andronovo-like horizon.

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Modern distribution of haplogroup R1a-Z93*. See full map.
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Modern distribution of haplogroup R1a-Z93. See full map.

R1a-Z282

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Modern distribution of haplogroup R1a-Z282*. See full map.
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Modern distribution of haplogroup R1a-Z282. See full map.

R1a-Z284

Most extant hg. R1a-Z284 subclades were probably associated with the expansion of Proto-Germanic in Scandinavia and later with the expansion of Vikings:

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Modern distribution of haplogroup R1a-Z284. See full map.

R1a-Z280

While hg. R1a-Z280 was originally associated with Finno-Ugric peoples, the majority of R1a-Z280 lineages are currently found in modern Balto-Slavic speakers.

In particular, some R1a-CTS1211 subclades were still associated until recently with Finno-Ugrians, including expanding Magyar conquerors.

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Modern distribution of haplogroup R1a-Z280 (CTS1211/M558+). See full map.

R1a-M458

Haplogroup R1a-M458 appears to have been associated with northern Europe around the Baltic Sea, and quite likely with the early Slavic expansion:

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Modern distribution of haplogroup R1a-M458. See full map.