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An interesting picture was revealed (see Additional Files 6, 7 and 8, Figure 4): the ethnic population with the highest similarity to the Laos sample in terms of shared haplotypes, MPD, pairwise FST values and localization in the MDS plot were the Austro-Asiatic [3].

But their story is not ours…for the L2 baby girl and her descendants all stay in Africa. Others of her people started heading North along the nile coast, settling in North Africa and Eg Ypt and even reached the Levant (now Israel, Syria, Jordan, Turkey).

~2,500 years ago (500 BCE) Somewhere in North Africa, Eg Ypt or the Levant, a baby girl is born with yet another mt DNA mutation…starting the haplogroup line known as L2a1.

but always ready to appear again if and when a blue-eyed spouse came along. They formed a tribe that came to be known as the Fulani.

As they migrated across North Africa, they first settled in the Morocco/Mauritania area and over the next few centuries slowly spread throughout West Africa, converting to Islam, but.) At about this very same time—give or take 100 years or so!

But one way or another, they became Sephardic Jews.

flourished, but things started deteriorating after the Moors left and the Pope’s intolerant minions came to power.

You may have read about her…“Mitochondrial Eve” and her haplogroup designation is “L”.

She didn’t know it, but she was the beginning of a new haplogroup branch—L2—that would become the most common haplogroup in Africa.

Macrohaplogroup N (including haplogroups A, B, F, N and R) comprised 57% of the samples in 37 haplogroups.

26% of the samples were assigned to haplogroup B, almost equally to B4 and B5.

For fun I’m going to call her Sepharda Fulanivich—a name that hints at our group’s main strains.