Ancient DNA charts. Before the 2500 BC.
The first one is from RoA (11 samples) and neighborhood. The other one is from more southern regions. Sirnak and Hajji Firuz.
Combined with Malatya region data (in total 40 samples) we can make certain conclusions.
J2 was the most frequent haplogroup in ancient Armenian Highlands and it's neighborhood. Not only it was frequent but also very diverse. M67, M319, Z6065, J2b2b, PF5197, J2a2 branches were found in those sites. J2b1 and J2b2a also are attested. This leaves little doubts about the origin of J2 haplogroup.
E1b has old presence.
G was more frequent in the south and west than in north-east of Highlands.
J1 expanded mostly in EBA.
R1b was present but only the V1636 branch.