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Re: Хунну N1c1
« Ответ #15 : 17 Сентябрь 2011, 12:10:19 »
This is possible,for example,before the Qing dynasty,the members of Aisin Gioro family are less than 100 males,and today their are 150000-200000 males belong to this clan,2000 times larger than 300 years ago,it will be very easy to know the Y-DNA of Aisin Gioros
Shi :) But do not compare Manchu dynasty Qing (circa 400 years, not too late) and 2000-years-old Hun-nu. As far as I know from Chinese history, Manchurians really cared about their clans: no Manchu could become eunuch, for example. And they had a lot of concubines - even before conquering of China in 1644. So, that is possible - but I can not say simular about 2000-years old Hun-nu. Do not forget about Three Kingdoms: a lot of people died and was enslaved after the invasions from North. Social structure was rebuilt with new people.
And we have another example,the descendants of Confucius,their family history is well recorded,because every dynasties gave the title the Duke of Yansheng to the main line of descent of Confucius,those dukes have right to ruled confucius' hometown.Other descendants of Confucius also enjoy special rights,for example they didn't need to pay taxes,he had 3 million descendants,more than 0.5% of Chinese population
Confucius was a great Chinese philosopher, and his 学 was adopted as an official Chinese ideology. So, it is quite realistic.
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Re: Хунну N1c1
« Ответ #16 : 17 Сентябрь 2011, 21:02:13 »
Current,there is a Hakka(a southeren Chinese branch) DNA project run by Huizegene,there are some N1c1 among them,I personally know one branch of  Liu and one branch of Li belong to N1c1,and even star cluster found,very interesting
Hope one day the result of this project will published ;)

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Re: Хунну N1c1
« Ответ #17 : 17 Сентябрь 2011, 21:07:14 »
Current,there is a Hakka(a southeren Chinese branch) DNA project run by Huizegene,there are some N1c1 among them,I personally know one branch of  Liu and one branch of Li belong to N1c1,and even star cluster found,very interesting
Hope one day the result of this project will published ;)
Sounds unbelievable.  :D

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Re: Хунну N1c1
« Ответ #18 : 17 Сентябрь 2011, 21:13:00 »
Current,there is a Hakka(a southeren Chinese branch) DNA project run by Huizegene,there are some N1c1 among them,I personally know one branch of  Liu and one branch of Li belong to N1c1,and even star cluster found,very interesting
Hope one day the result of this project will published ;)
Do not forget about homeland of the whole N :)
But, of course, they can be truly descendants of Hun-nu nomads.
About Hakka... AFAIK, it's southern China. So far from Mongolian steppes... is it possible? More likely Hun-nu descent will be find on the North.

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Re: Хунну N1c1
« Ответ #19 : 17 Сентябрь 2011, 21:32:06 »
Current,there is a Hakka(a southeren Chinese branch) DNA project run by Huizegene,there are some N1c1 among them,I personally know one branch of  Liu and one branch of Li belong to N1c1,and even star cluster found,very interesting
Hope one day the result of this project will published ;)
Do not forget about homeland of the whole N :)
But, of course, they can be truly descendants of Hun-nu nomads.
About Hakka... AFAIK, it's southern China. So far from Mongolian steppes... is it possible? More likely Hun-nu descent will be find on the North.
This Jin Midi descendant's homeland is Fujian,but he is N1c1,a haplogroup origined in Mongolia or Siberia,so his family records they came from Mongolia is true,even 2000 years passed,but his Y still existed in many descendats
I don't know the Liu and Li N1c1 carriers descendants of Xiongnu or not,since their family tree is unclear,but it's not a strange thing,a Miao from Guizhou also  M178,and Cai et al 2001 found three M178 on Hmong-Daw of Laos,from Mongolia to Laos?Anyway,very cool history
The Li N1c1 matches,in Fujian,Guizhou,Sichuan,Japan,northeast China,inner Mongolia and Mongolia


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Re: Хунну N1c1
« Ответ #20 : 18 Сентябрь 2011, 11:16:18 »
Thank you, sahaliyan!

So N1c1(L178):

one descendant of Jin Midi's (is he tested in FTDNA?)
someone from Miao people, Guizhou (or it's his last name)  (is he tested in FTDNA?)
someone from the Li family (surname) of unknown origin (Is he tested in FTDNA? Was anyone of this surname tested too?)
someone from the Liu  family (surname) of unknown origin  (Is he tested in FTDNA? Was anyone of this surname tested too?)
three from Hmong people, Laos (Cai et al 2001)

Hakka(a southeren Chinese branch) DNA project run by Huizegene is it on FTDNA?

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Re: Хунну N1c1
« Ответ #21 : 18 Сентябрь 2011, 12:27:31 »
Thank you, sahaliyan!

So N1c1(L178):

one descendant of Jin Midi's (is he tested in FTDNA?)
someone from Miao people, Guizhou (or it's his last name)  (is he tested in FTDNA?)
someone from the Li family (surname) of unknown origin (Is he tested in FTDNA? Was anyone of this surname tested too?)
someone from the Liu  family (surname) of unknown origin  (Is he tested in FTDNA? Was anyone of this surname tested too?)
three from Hmong people, Laos (Cai et al 2001)

Hakka(a southeren Chinese branch) DNA project run by Huizegene is it on FTDNA?
The Huizegene is a Chinese company http://www.huizegene.com/,they tested 20 Y-STR for people
Accord to the data supply by the Huizegene,for example the Hakka Li from Guangdong tested as M178,and he had closest matches from another Hakka Li from Ninghua,Fujian,that means these two Lis are of same origin.He had another match from Xuzhou,Jiangsu with a person's surname Jin
The Hakka Liu is also tested by Huizegene
The Guizhou Miao's surname is Yang
But people should know,both Li and Liu are common Chinese surnames,and accord to other personal results,we know their are O,C,Q and other haplogroups among them



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