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The Origin of Y-DNA Haplogroup T

Burada Haplogroup T'nin Türkiye-Türkistan Karşılaştırması yapılıyor ve haplogrubun Türk Kökeni kanıtlanıyor.

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Mesajgönderen TurkmenCopur » 17 May 2015, 15:14

Varzari et. al. 2006 finds 6.3%(3/48) of haplogroup T among the Gagauz Turks.

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Dr. O.Pritsak notes that in the eastern steppe belt the Ogur languages predominated and served as lingua franca. The Chuvash language carries relicts of the Ogur languages, but so do other Eastern European Türkic languages, and it would not hurt to cite additional applicable examples from the most prominent languages of the area: Kazan Tatars, Crymchaks, Azeri, Astrakhan Tatars, Karaims, Temnikov Tatars, Kasimov Tatars, Mescheryaks, and Polish and Lithuanian Tatars. At least some of them may unwittingly carry the inheritance of the ages past.

From the linguistic point of view there were two major Turkic nomadic groups arriving in Eastern Europe beginning with the last quarter of the 4th century A.D.: the Hunno-Bulgarian (Peter Golden: Oghuric) (hereinafter: Ogur) group and the Turks proper (hereinafter: Oguz).
To the Hunno-Bulgarian (Ogur) group belonged the Huns (and their Asian predecessors the Hsiung-nu) (Eastern Huns), the Proto-Bulgars (Bulgars), together with the Onoghurs, Kutrighurs [Toqirghur], Volga Bulgars, the European (Pseudo-) Avars, and most probably the Pechenegs (Badjanaks).

Onogurs (Ten Tribes tribal union, Όνογουροι) happened to be a local confederation, present on the western bank of the Cimmerian Bosporus at the time when the Greeks established their forepost Phanagoria in the 6th c. BC (543 BC ). That they spoke an Ogur language is deduced from the circumstantial evidence: “gur“ for “tribe“, vs. “guz“ in Oguz; and their seamless association with the Ogur-speaking Bulgars that made these two ethnonyms almost synonymous, though the first mentioning of the name “Bulgar“ happened in 334 AD, 877 years later. Another etymology for the word “Onogurs“ links it with the Huns, amended to “Hunogurs“.

“Kutrigurs“ (and not Toqirgurs) is a Greek rendition of the “Köturgurs“, from köturi (behind), which means “to the west“ (when facing east), this is a state subdivision and not a tribe, it is a supra-ethnic term, not unlike the “West Coast“ in reference to the continental USA, it describes a “Western Ulus“ or a Western Wing“, and in that it is synonymous with the Oguz term “Tardush“, “western (right) half“. Confusion between the wings and tribes was endemic to the early researchers.

The Pechenegs (Badjanaks), in the opinion of the experts, spoke the Kipchak language of the Oguz branch; however, the Kangars in the composition of their union likely spoke a version of Ogur branch.

The Turks proper (Oguzes) were the Khazar dynasty, the Torki, the Chernye Klobuki, and the Polovchians (Kipchak). it seems that until the 10th century the lingua franca in the Western Eurasian steppe was the Hunno-Bulgarian idiom(Ogur), which was replaced thereafter by the Turkic proper (Oguz).
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Black et. al. 2006 finds 13.6%(3/22) of haplogroup K*(xN,O,P) among the Hui tribe of the Turks.

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Black et. al. 2006 finds 11.1%(4/40) of haplogroup K*(xN,O,P) among the Bao'an Mongol tribe.

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Shou et. al. 2010 finds 22.2%(6/27) of haplogroup K*(xN,O,P) among the Bao'an Mongol tribe.

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The haplogroup L results at Xu et. al. 2017(The Silk Road: Language and Population Admixture and Replacement), among the Bao'an population:

-L: 0%

Conclusion: In total the frequency of Haplogroup L is 0%. If we compare this with the Shou et. al. 2010 results, with 22.2%(6/27) of haplogroup K*(xN,O,P), we get 22.2% of possible Y-DNA Haplogroup T. Very notable is also the 18,75% of Western Eurasian Y-DNA Haplogroup J-M304 among the Baoan.

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Shou et. al. 2010 finds 2.2%(1/45) of haplogroup K*(xN,O,P) among the Kyrgyz Turks.

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Yunusbaev et. al. 2011 finds 1,4%(1/73) of haplogroup T among the Kumyk Turks in Daghestan.

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Bulayeva et. al. 2008 finds 20,0%(2/10) of haplogroup K*(xL,O,P) among the Kumyk Turks. Also, Yunusbaev et. al. 2011 did not find any result of haplogroup K* and N* among the Kumyk Turks.

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Karafet et. al. 2016(Coevolution of genes and languages and high levels of population structure among the highland populations of Daghestan) finds 4,8%(1/21) of haplogroup T among the Kumyk Turks in Daghestan. Also, Karafet et. al. 2016 did not find any result of haplogroup K* and N* among the Kumyk Turks.

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Bulayeva et. al. 2008 finds 25,0%(4/16) of haplogroup K*(xL,O,P) among the Nogai Turks of Daghestan.

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Yunusbaev et. al. 2011 finds 1.2%(1/87) of haplogroup T among the Kuban Nogai Turks.

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Shou et. al. 2010 finds 26.1%(6/23) of haplogroup K*(xN,O,P) among the Uzbek Turks in Northwest China.

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Cristofaro et. al. 2013 finds 3.6%(1/28) of haplogroup T among the Sar-e-pol Uzbek Turks in Afghanistan. They also find 1.1%(1/94) of haplogroup T among the Jawzjan Uzbek Turks in Afghanistan.

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Zerjal et. al. 2002 finds 3.6%(1/28) of haplogroup K*(xL,N,O1,O3c,P) among the Uzbek Turks.

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Yunusbaev et. al. 2011 finds 2,9%(2/69) of haplogroup T among the Karachay Turks.

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Grugni et. al. 2012 finds 1,4%(1/68) of haplogroup T among the Iran Turks.

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Grugni et. al. 2012 finds 7,9%(5/63) of haplogroup T among the Azerbaijan Turks.

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Weale et. al. 2001 finds 10,3%(3/29) of haplogroup K*(xL,N,O1,O3c,P) among the Azerbaijan Turks.

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Zerjal et. al. 2002 finds 5.3%(1/19) of haplogroup K*(xL,N,O1,O3c,P) among the Azerbaijan Turks.

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