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Welcome to the R1b-L513 Wiki. L513 is a very stable mutation of the Y chromosome that gets passed down father to son through the generations. It probably occurred first in a man about 3500 years ago, our founding father. Synonyms for L513 are DF1 and S215. Synonyms just different names for the same SNP. However, the additional SNPs CTS5396, Z249, Z250, S5191, S5194, and S5197 are equivalents that mark the same haplogroup we call R1b-L513.

The descendant chart shows the branching (subclades) from our founder that we've identified so far through SNP testing.