possibly J2b1-M205 basal structure defined: CTS1969,CTS5338,YP13,PH4306,PH1089,Y22066


J2b1-M205 research-tree 2016-11a

J2b1-M205 research-tree 2016-11a

Further analysis of NextGenSequences at YFull (see yfull.com/tree/J-M205/) combined with results from scientific studies (SNP, VCF & BAM results) has revealed a more consistent and hopefully informative basal substructure for J-M205 (see tree.j2-m172.info/?Hg=J2b1) then what was available at the latest major update: J2b-M205>PH4306: a little substructure for this isolated lineage.
See also yfull.com/tree/J-M205/

It seems likely that the many remaining J2b1-M205* samples will define further basal structure (indicating a rapid expansion of M205 after a long time without modern Y-Cousins).

EDIT: further analysis and discussion with FTDNA led to the conclusion that CTS1969 is the parent of CTS5338 and PH4306 (and YP13).
Regarding origin and expansion beside the YFull YTree v4.09 M205 TMRCA 5500 ybp we have two telling ancient DNA samples which seems fortunate for M205:
2489-2299 BC Early Bronze Age North-Western Jordan (‘Ain Ghazal, sample I1730/AG_84_3083_116) in Lazaridis et al. 2016 is J2b1-PF7331(xPF7312);
100-300 AD exogenous Roman era York (sample 3DRIF-26, likely Middle Eastern origin) in Martiniano et al 2016 is J2b1-M205
So the most likely M205 expansion origin seems to be the Western Fertile Crescent. For the subclades CTS5338, Y22524, CTS10179 +13 seems from Iberic Middle Ages, YP13, YP51 +4 is probably not much younger then M205 and still of Fertile Crescent origin while PH4306, {Y22075} is only slightly younger then M205 and likely has the same origin and expansion.

hg19/b37 SNP mutations table

19180830TAJ2b1bPH4306
18591943ATJ2b1bY22075
14284001TGJ2b1b1PH1089
J2b1b1 Inv.B247
16988225TGJ2b1b1aPH2734
16775884AGJ2b1b1aPH2514
15491364AGJ2b1b2Y22066
21660572CTJ2b1b2Y22079
7084082GTJ2b1b2Y22060
14136163GTJ2b1aCTS1969
16214089GAJ2b1a1CTS5338
22081463GAJ2b1a1Y22524
8589228CTJ2b1a1Y22530
19311571TCJ2b1a1CTS10179
7073204AGJ2b1a2YP13
14695249CTJ2b1a2YP51

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Chris Rоttensteiner. Population Genetics: Phylo-Genetics & Haplogroups, Population Admixture & History, Family and Genetic Genealogy, South Tyrol, Alps, Central Europe.