MtDna Migration Map of (Haplogroup L2a1 North Africa and South West Asia)


This is Highlighted feature Map of the migrational route of Haplogroup L2a1 mtDNa Haplogroup -L2a1 @ positions HVR1 16223T, 16278T, 16294T, 16309G, 16368C and 16519C. (Note: mtDna results above from Genographic is HVR1 sequence only. Definitive results are acquired from FGS (full genome sequence) Test. The Making of the African mtDNA Landscape Middle East and North Africa Related Ethnicites Part of the... Continue Reading →

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Egyptian Y-Chromosomes Indigenous to North Africa and Nile Valley ኒለ ቫልለይ: My Fathers’ Haplogroup E Family: E-PN2= M78, M35, M2/E-V38. The Egyptian Triad Paternal DNA


Egyptian Y-chromosome Diversity @ Luxor This is more focused on the Egyptians around Luxor, where Upper Egypt was located. A recent DNA study by Cruciani that focused on the Y chromosome E-M78 revealed that it was ’born’ in North East Africa , not East Africa as previously thought. This means, that an Egyptianwith an M78Y chromosome has had... Continue Reading →

The ብጃ Beja The Egyptian (Ta-seti) ጥሰቲ Warriors known as the FuzZy Wuzzies/ Queen Tiye of the 18th Dynasty


The WARRIORS ? በጃ Beja the Ta-Seti Archers Of Nubia-Egypt The  Beja በጃ (Ge'ez language:)(Arabic: البيجا‎) are an ethnic group dwelling in parts of North Africa and the Horn of Africa. The term Bejawi comes from Ta-Itjawy "people of Itjawy". Ta-Seti Neferet, the mother of Egyptian King Amenhemet I's was of a peoples from Upper Egypt known... Continue Reading →

Afri-Asiatica Familia de Afrika-Ifriqiya* and West Asia (Nubian teens from pic / Aswan Egypt)


The Afro-Asiatic languages constitute a language family with about 375 living language (SIL estimate) and more than 300 million speakers spread throughout North Africa, the Horn of Africa, Southwest Asia, and parts of the Sahel (including some 300 million speakers) of (Arabic Dialects). Afro-Asiatic also includes several ancient languages, such as Ancient Egyptian, Biblical Hebrew, and... Continue Reading →

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