List of Haplogroups of Historical and Famous Figures

This is a list of haplogroups of historical and famous figures. Haplogroups can be determined from the remains of historical figures, or derived from genealogical DNA tests of people who trace their direct maternal or paternal ancestry to a noted historical figure. Some contemporary notable figures have made their test results public in the course of news programs about this topic.

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