from what I learned theres not really a 'truly' Slavic haplogroup. You have to see the haplogroups from eastern Europe, most common ones are I are R1a. Both were across eastern Europe and mingled and lived together in various areas. Haplogroup I gets more common further south and R1a further north. However, interestingly enough, when I got my results from national geo they show you a map of your relatives from that family tree highlighted on a map of Europe. Haplogroup I covers the balkans and most of central/eastern Europe as well as Ukraine. And the haplogroup from my moms side is shared across all of Europe but is most heavy, and has spread from Russia/Ukraine. Both of which can be because of the Slavic Migration to warmer climes in the south.


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