Table 1 Times to most recent common ancestors for each haplogroup, measured in ka, for each region.

From: Mapping Post-Glacial expansions: The Peopling of Southwest Asia

RegionNaJJ1J1eJ2E1b1b1
Armenia4.4 2.0–9.648 25–10034 19–6919 10–3934 19–6940 18–92
Caucasus*4.8 1.0–9.341 21–8226 14–5226 14–5283.3 42–174
Iran7.5 4.1–1459 30–12435 19–6835 19–6836 19–73
Jordan4.1 1.5–9.338 21–7628 16–5421 12–4028 16–5432 18–62
Kuwait2.2 0.6–647 25–9624 12–5117 8.8–3624 12–51
Lebanon1.8 0.6–5.941 24–7831 18–5819 11–3833 20–6232 17–64
Palestinians1.4 0.5–3.740 23–7531 18–5825 14–4632 19–6031 18–57
SE Turkey5.2 2.4–1152 27–10929 15–6016 8.5–3433 18–6638 19–80
Syria3.2 0.9–8.148 28–8835 21–6426 15–4635 21–6429 16–60
Turkey6.9 3.5–1350 28–9632 18–6310 4.2–2234 19–6532 18–65
Algeria3.6 0.9–1064 33–13527 13–6029 14–62
Egypt3.6 1.1–8.753 28–10929 15–6020 11–4029 15–60
Iberia8.6 5.1–1565 33–13530 16–61
Libya2.0 0.7–5.238 20–8126 13–5616 7.7–36
Morocco2.0 0.6–9.249 25–10633 17–6925 13–50
Tunisia2.4 0.7–6.432 16–72
  1. Na is the ancestral population size (population size at time exponential expansion started), measured in 1,000’s.
  2. *6 samples.