I am knew to all of this, so after reading all of the other topic I feel it is a bit over my head. If it were explained so I could understand what does R-L46 tell me about my orgin?
thank you for your reply, Linda
Apparently R-L46 is one of the many subclades of U106. Looks like it's a subclade of L48, as well, which is pretty common in the Germanic-speaking countries. There is more stuff now between U106 and L48 and between L48 and L46 than I am comfortably familiar with.
Here is a map of the European distribution of U106.