Angle, Austria, Baltic, CTS10028, CTS6364, CTS6433, Dane, Danish, Danmark, Dansk, Dansker, Denmark, Deutschland, DF29, DF29-, DF29*, Dutch, England, Espana, Faroe, Fennoskandia, Finland, Flanders, Franks, Frisia, Geat, Germany, Goth, Gothic, Hamilton, Harris, Holland, Holstein, I1, I1a, I1a4, I2a2a, Iceland, Invaders, Ireland, Islenska, Jute, Kiev, L1237, L1274, L1275, L22, L238, L258, L813, Langobards, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, M223, M227, M253, Netherlands, Nord, Nordic, Nordmenn, Norge, Norman, Normandy, Norse, Norsk, Northman, Northmen, Northumbria, Norway, Norwegian, Odin, Orkadian, Orkney, Ostrogoth, P109, Poher, Poland, Polish, Pommerania, Prussia, R1b1a2a1a1, Rus, Russia, Saxon, Saxony, Scana, Scania, Schleswig, Scotland, Shetland, Skandinavien, Spain, Svensker, Sverige, Swede, Sweden, Teuton, Teutonic, Thor, Tyskland, U106, U198, Ukraine, Vandals, Varangian, Viking, vikingar, vikingen, vikingene, Vikingerne, Visigoth, Wales, Wikinger, wikingowie, Woden, Wodin, Z1, Z14, Z156, Z161, Z18, Z284, Z301, Z382, Z5, Z58, Z59, Z60, Z63, Z73, Z74, Z75, Z9
The Viking Y-DNA Project was initiated in Stockholm in December 2004. Vikings, Saxons, Angles, Danes, Goths and other invaders traveled far and wide and left descendants in many parts of Europe and beyond.
All relevant ethnic groups and haplogroups are being studied within this project. If you think you are of Viking, Nordic or Germanic descent please join us.
See the link below to a haplotree compliments of Terry Robb:
Link to the International Society of Genetic Genealogy
Ken Nordtvedt's I1 and I2 haplotrees