J1-Z18271 - probably the haplogroup of Israelites?

Haplogroup T-PF4074 was probably one of the haplogroups of the Israelites
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/23/Phylogenetic_T-M184_tree.png
https://www.yfull.com/tree/T-PF4074/
Given that is shared by Baghdadi Jews, Ashkenazi Jews, Sephardic Jews, and a sample from Nabatieh in Southern Lebanon

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Ancient Sites with SNP T-CTS2214X
sample IDyears before
present
formed/age
ratio
longitudelatitudelabel
I11605,9501.435.328°32.971°Levant CA
I11655,9501.435.331°32.974°Levant CA
I45183,3752.535.017°32.585°Levant South MLBA
SNP T-CTS2214 was formed 8,400 years ago. Sample dates in the table are typically radiocarbon dates.
All data are from Carlos Quiles' compilation "all-ancient-dna-2-06-157.xlsx" available at his website.
The formed-to-age ratio (FAR) is Jari Kinnunen's useful metric. FAR values near 1.0 means that the ancient remains date from when the SNP first arose. Remains with large FAR value are much later than the SNP and unlikely to be on your SNP path.

 

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