K1b1b (Greece)

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K1b1b
Hello! I recently did the Living Dna test and i found tha my mtdna Halpogroup is the K1b1b. As i saw at eupedia it is found in Greece and Neolithic Anatolian farmers and is quite rare. Do we know anything more specific for the Halpogroup?
 
what additional specific information are you interested in?
My 23andme Mtdna came back as K2 with no subclade. I'm most likely going to do a more specific mtdna test to break mine down further.
 
Any information is appreciated. The most articles mention that k1b1b is linked with the Neolithic Anatolian Farmers and in Eupedia I read that it is found mostly in Greece. In some threads it is linked with Indo European migrations: ''Here is a summary of mtDNA haplogroups that were probably part of the Indo-European migrations during the Bronze Age.
R1a1a correlates best with mt-haplogroups: H1b, H1c, H2a1, H6, H7, K1b1b, K1c, K2b, T1a1a1, T2a1b1, T2b2, T2b4, U2e, U4, U5, and some W subclades (W3, W4, W5, W6). Minor mt-haplogroups also include C4a, C5, H27 and V7a.''

https://www.eupedia.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-25613.html
 

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