Haplogroup maps

These are maps of distribution of ancient and modern haplogroups and their main subclades:

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Ancient distribution

This is the latest post explaining the available files for ancient samples’ Y-DNA and mtDNA reference:

y-dna-haplogroups

Modern distribution

  • Statistics: maps use natural neighbour interpolation, unless otherwise expressly stated.
  • Classification: color gradient is dependent on the data, with the maximum value (white colour) corresponding to the maximum value attested for the specific haplogroup. Use the legend for detailed information.
  • Scale is usually 1:30000000.
  • Data used comes from the latest reports at the time of publication, referenced at the top of the page. For the specific date of the map, look at the URL of the full-sized map.

Haplogroup R1b-M269

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Modern distribution of haplogroup R1b-M269.

Haplogroup R1a-M417

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Modern distribution of haplogroup R1a-M417.

Haplogroup R1-M173, R2-M479

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Modern distribution of haplogroup R.

Haplogroup N1a-TAT

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Modern distribution of haplogroup N1a-TAT.

Haplogroup Q-M242

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Modern distribution of haplogroup Q-M242.

Haplogroup I-M170

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Modern distribution of haplogroup I-M170.

Haplogroup E-M96

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Modern distribution of haplogroup E1b-V13.

Haplogroup G-M201

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Modern distribution of haplogroup G-M201.

Haplogroup J-M304

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Modern distribution of haplogroup J-M304.