It’s time to write a new topic about Y4460 ydna haplogroup which is a sub branch for of CTS10228. It’s time to research deeper to Y chromosome, considering timeframe ~2300 years ago, when new man was born with mutation, which caused Y4460 Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) in his population genome.
For those who reads this first time, I recommend to read my first article “R1a vs. I2a“. Then more detailed article – I2a1b2a1 aka I-CTS10228, which is about my 2014/2017 research results. Since 2014 year many things happened, many discoveries done, and it’s time to have a look closer to I2a Dinaric YDNA genetics.
My goal of this article is to define details about my belonging to I2a haplogroup clade. Ideally, logical end of this article will be BigY results with newly found terminal SNP, which explains mutated DNA from my father, which defines me as different person – new person in genealogical tree I research since 2003 year.
This post intended to be also always-updated, as soon as new information arrived, but strictly related to Y4460 and downstream branches. That parent article will remain up to date, but only regards that parent level.
According to 2017 update in March, by Eupedia.COM team, Y4460 is a neighbor haplogroup to S17250 and Z17855, and all represent Slavic countries:
Here is information from FTDNA group “Baltic Sea“.
In 2014 results of BigY Survey Program give us a new portion of knowledge about a big and not structured up till now part of Slavic languages people I-L621 L147.2 CTS5966+ which are a remains of Venedi Peoples from Roman Empire period (see the location of the Venedi in the upper Vistula region and south of Polesian Lowland in times of the Roman empire under Hadrian (ruled 117-138). It is divided between two or tree subclades: S17250 – majority of tested, and Y4460 possible a remnant of the Baltic Veneti, and maybe Z17855. S17250 is divided further into at least three subclades, maybe represented 3 area of settlement/3 tribes groups: Z16971 (probably White Croats descendants), Y4882 (probably a Drevlyans and Dregoviches descendants), A356/Z16983 (probably Moravians descendants). Y4460 is divided further into two subclades: Z16973 (with subbranch Y3118 and S8201/Y8942) and Y13498.
I also confirmed above theory with Stanislaw Plewako via email, and he assured me, that there is work in progress related to this topic. So I keep watching…
Eupedia.COM gives me the information in more historical and geographical area. But as genetics say, this topic is under many questions. So far, I keep watching, analyze, and maybe later I will publish my own research in this direction. But at the moment, this article is about only genetics.
The earliest expansion within I-CTS10228 is I-Y4460, with a tMRCA of 200 BCE. The earliest members of this subclade are a German from Hamburg (a formerly West Slavic region), and Russians, Belarussians, Ukrainians, and a few Finns. This fits well with the Antes, who were found in Ukraine and at this early stage seem to be indistinguishable from the ancestral Veneti from further north.
The origins of I-CTS10228 appear to be in the Baltic region among the ancestral (Vistula) Veneti (“Sarmatae Venedi”), the “Winden” or “Wends”, but they appear to have made a rapid migration to the far south within 250 years of their origin, perhaps with a few captives or mercenaries living in Greece. We should also be able to trace this Baltic-originated migration southward through the mtDNA and autosomal DNA.
Here is full version from rootsweb.com archive posted Mar-27-2017 by Didier Vernade with permission by Ted Kandell.
SNP is defined as I2a1b2a1b and is long time placed at the same branch level. Jun-2017 UPD:
So, ~2300 years ago, first mutation Y4460 appeared.
Since 2014, I have my DNA materials on FamilyTreeDNA.com company. And I am Y4460+ since Feb-2015, but only May-28-2016, FTDNA updated my confirmed haplogroup:
Jun-2017 it’s still the same, because I didn’t order other tests, but I plan to order BigY.
This is most up to date service, where I always see very recent news about SNPs and STRs. FTDNA is very slow in regards to updates. But as soon, as BigY test results in *.BAM file done by FTDNA, there is ability to upload it to yfull. And I plan to do it.
Latest update (based on “YTree v5.04 @ 16-May-2017″, screenshot made Jul-11-2017, after YSEQ results analysis ):
- Green ellipse is about my tested markers, where I am positive.
- Red – negative.
- Grey dotted circled is NOT YET tested by me, but maybe later I will order the test
- Grey but solid – it’s very probable I’m negative to that marker/SNP.
Here is current chain of SNPs/haplogroups which I do positively belong to:
I-P37 -> M423 -> L621 -> CTS10228 -> Y4460 -> (?)
For more details about Y4460 subclades, here is my own made collage of information:
I’m negative for all major known sub branches of Y3106. But I may be positive to Y3106 itself (B57 should show the “light”). It would explain, that my YDNA ancestry has novel SNP somewhere after Y4460 but not into Y1306 (Jun-2017) known sub branches. So far on yfull, there is map of STRs for Y3106:
It’s not clear about belonging, because I don’t have all STRs, which might require Y-DNA111 test or BigY test. But so far these STRs are the same as expected: DYS391 = 11, DYS439 = 13, DYS389 = 31.
So far, represented people on all branches on yfull refer to countries (Jun-2017):
- BLR 3
- UKR 3
- POL 2
- FIN 2 (Y3118)
- HUN 1
- RUS 1
- SVN 1
- LVA 1
- MDA 1
- USA 1 (ancestry maybe from Europe)
This list is not necessary is definition of genetics-to-country belonging/relation. It’s rather simple statistics, from which countries ancestry of DNA material is. Many examples are about being Ukrainian citizen, but ethnicity from Poland, or vice versa.
Blog keeps posted us with I2a haplogroup area – latest posts, about latest discoveries. And sometimes I find it useful if I make a decision to pass/order some YDNA test on FTDNA.
Previous versions: Jun-08-2017.
Last update Jul-16-2017:
B57 appears 🙂 with note “not reported in BigY, should be checked in I-S8201”
I also ordered dedicated kit from YSEQ.net, and time to time I order additional tests. So YSEQ.net is 2nd company, where I have my DNA materials sent. So far, based on YSEQ I’m: Y4460 A+, A2512 C-, A6105 C-, A6106 C-, SK1241 C-, SK1242 G-, B57+.
Jun-25-2017 ordered B57 SNP test, which looks like is the same level as Y3106. So far it shows, that B57 is downstream Y4460. Additionally, yfull.com shows it meanwhile at the same level as Y3106. New snapshot of all my YSEQ results, Jul-09-2017, Full image here – click to open large image.
Also, here is updated YSEQ panel with a name “I2a-M423” (Jul-15-2017). It’s cut only that piece which is related to me:
- Wrapped by green rectangle are positive SNPs for me.
- Wrapped by red rectangle are negative SNPs for me.
yseq.net has reference on its “Results Page” to ybrowse.org records. And exploring the site, it gives ability to research Y-DNA, in particular chromosome Y, position 9,028,830 for SNP Y4460. Details here on ybrowse.
It says, that mutation is from G to A. According to YSEQ I have Y4460 A+.
New B57 is positive for me: T+. Here is what ybrowse shows:
B57 T+ means, that ancestral allele is C and derived is T (mutation from C to T). And ybrowse also shows, that it’s located near to gene rs
According to ncbi.nlm.nih.gov Chromosome Y “contains over 200 genes; contains over 50 million base pairs, of which approximately 50% have been determined“. There is chromosome Y MapViewer, where we can see exact location of mutation Y4460:
NCBI doesn’t have info about B57, but there is info about nearly located rs758101523. SNPedia.com doesn’t have any information yet.
L621 Google Map
by Krzysztof Narog.
Despite the name of map, it contains people grouped by FTDNA SNP/markers given by FTDNA groups administrators. So far, Y4460 is represented by region “Y4460 -> [S8201]+[A6105]+[Y4460*]” which is very wide. I discussed this map with Krzysztof, and he assured me, he will find a time to regroup regions, based on latest people’s results and latest FTDNA/YFULL SNP findings.
Also, on short map view, “S17250>Y4460*” is not correct !!! It should be fixed soon.
2017 I-Y4460 Updates
- Feb-16-2017. I discovered, that YFULL reorganized structure of Y4460, and Y16810 moved as sub-branch to A6105. A6106 still remain on the same level as A6105.
- Feb-17-2017. New SNP appeared on YFULL: Y4460 > id: YF08522.
- Feb-17-2017. By Bernie Cullen:
“YFull confirmed that YF07799 (ancestry Slovenia) is A6105+ A6106+ Y16810-. And a new Big Y was completed yesterday for a man with Belarus ancestry, I think it is A6105+ A6106+ but I see no result reported for Y16810. Zdenko will be able to do a better analysis.“
- Mar-14-2017 by Bernie Cullen from FTDNA I2a-hap-group page:
… one Big Y was completed on February 15, 2017, paternal ancestors from Belarus. He was the fifth Big Y for I-A6106. He is also A6105+, and no result was reported for Y16810 therefore he is likely Y16810-. He has 13 unique novel variants not reported in any previous Big Y, so probably his common ancestor with the other I-A6106 men lived more than 1000 years ago. To my knowledge he has not ordered the YFull analysis. His result is already shown on Zdenko’s Feb 2017 I-L621 draft tree.
- Apr-2017 added SK-1241 on yfull.
- May-2017 I tested by YSEQ: SK1241 C-, SK1242 G-.
- Jun-08-2017. YF10004 – new under SK1241/SK1242/Y31845.
- 27-Jun-2017 by Bernie Cullen on FTDNA group page:
I-Y4460 is one of the four named branches of I-CTS10228 “Dinaric”, and it is the second most common branch (behind I-S17250). The I-Y4460 haplogroup prevails in eastern and northeastern Europe (Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Baltic countries). All persons from this haplogroup are from the Dinaric North cluster.
Almost all Y4460+ men are also Y3106+, kit 318578 is the only known Y4460+ Y3106- result.
Because most Big Ys include a Y3106 result we can say that Y3106 is immediately below Y4660, and that most Y4660+ men are also Y3106+
- 27-Jun-2017, by Bernie Cullen from FTDNA i-2a-hap-group about concerns regarding to I-B57 (ybrowse):
In my opinion, this placement is uncertain because very few Big Y results include the B57 position. It’s possible that YFull has knowledge of more Big Y results that are not shared with our project, but I think it’s unlikely that YFull knows the exact position of B57.
- 07-Jul-2017, I received B57 T+ by YSEQ.net.
- 13-Jul-2017, Bernie Cullen on FTDNA group page:
Andrii, thank you for reporting your B57+ results. This is more evidence that B57 is equivalent to Y3106. I see that B57 is now included in the I2a-M423 SNP panel at YSeq.
- 15-Jul-2017, Zdenko Marković on FTDNA group page:
@Andrii, thank you for your info regarding your B57+ result. This SNP is found in four I-Y4460 samples from Estonian Biocentre. One of these samples (Vepsas) belongs to the I-A6106, one (Litvania) to the I-Y3118 and two (Belarus) to the I-CTS5779 (the haplogroup below Y3118). Three Big Y result from the I-S8201 have no-call result and we do not know B57 status in this haplogroup. On the other side, YFull found one B57- result in one I-SK1241 sample from another survey. It seems that B57 is at the same level as Y3106. One B57 SNP test from I-S8201 is needed to confirm that.
- AFAIK, Dinaric-South is well defined by I-PH908. (which is sub branch of S17250). Not yet sure, if I2a genetics community defined Dinaric-North, maybe Y4460 is one of candidates, because since 2016 there is no single SNP found for “North”.
- Looks like Y4460 may represent Vistula Venedi ancestry (2016 theory).
- Looks like Y3106 is on the same level as B57.
- Not sure yet, but A6105/A6106/Y16810 may represent Belorussian ancestry.
- Not sure yet, but SK1241 /SK1242/Y31845 seems to be Hungary related. That part, which closer to Carpathian relation, and due to the fact, that some Hungarian surnames relatives in my Ukrainian South/West villages.
- Eupedia I2a haplogroup.
- Big Y – Results Page [FTDNA]
-  FTDNA BigY [dna-explained]
-  How did I2a-Din get to the Balkans? [eupedia.com]
-  I2a1b2a1-(I-CTS10228)-a-strong-marker-of-Slavic-expansion [eupedia.com]
- Фамильние проекты [pereformat.ru]
- Род Фамилии Татур (CTS10228+, L158-, S17250-, Y4460+ (S8201+ [Y13498+], Y3118-).