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    Hunnic and Medieval Turkic samples: Y-DNA and Autosomal DNA

    Source: 137 ancient human genomes from across the Eurasian steppes

    The paper has many Xiongnu, Tian Shan Hun and Medieval Turkic samples as we know; I have compiled all of these samples.

    1-) Distribution of Y-DNA haplogroups among the Hunnic and Medieval Turkic samples




    2-) Autosomal DNA

    They seem to have emerged from an amalgam of West Eurasian and East Eurasian populations.





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    3-) Comparison with modern populations:

    Armenians (n=20)
    Cretan Greeks (n=20)
    Rhodes Greeks (n=3)
    Pontic Greeks (n=6)
    Cappadocian Greeks (n=5)
    Anatolian Turks (46 provincial averages from west and central Anatolia)
    Turkmens (n=20, from Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Afghanistan)
    Uzbeks (n=17)
    Hunnic and Medieval Turkic individuals (n=15)

    Full size: https://abload.de/img/combinedrze3k.png
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    Two Xiongnu-period individuals (DA43 and DA45, both of whom are haplogroup O) are not included as they cluster with modern Chinese populations. The researchers concluded that these individuals were victims of a fierce battle and had been killed by swords or other weapons. It is highly likely that they were Chinese soldiers.

    DA43
    Y-DNA haplopgroup: O-F4062
    mtDNA haplogroup: D4a

    MDLP K23b
     
    Code:
    Admix Results (sorted):
    
    #	Population	Percent
    1	South_East_Asian	43.80
    2	Tungus-Altaic	31.61
    3	Austronesian	22.04
    4	European_Early_Farmers	1.71
    
    
    Finished reading population data. 620 populations found.
    23 components mode.
    
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    Least-squares method.
    
    Using 1 population approximation:
    1 Han-Mandarin_ @ 7.002305
    2 Korean_KR_ @ 8.060830
    3 Han_North_ @ 10.944983
    4 Korean_ @ 11.721828
    5 Japanese_ML_ @ 14.267824
    6 Tu_ @ 15.541423
    7 Hakka_ @ 16.158251
    8 Ryukyuan_ @ 16.652786
    9 Chinese_Taiwan_ @ 16.678129
    10 Han_Singapore_ @ 18.036942
    11 Tujia_ @ 18.165665
    12 Jinuo_ @ 18.625237
    13 Han_ @ 19.780439
    14 Paluang_ @ 20.892557
    15 Japanese_ @ 21.093382
    16 Xibo_ @ 21.672697
    17 Lawa_ @ 23.201191
    18 Mongola_China_ @ 23.430727
    19 She_ @ 23.871473
    20 Naxi_ @ 24.523354


    DA45:
    Y-DNA haplopgroup: O-F871
    mtDNA haplogroup: D4b2b2b
    MDLP K23b
     
    Code:
    Admix Results (sorted):
    
    #	Population	Percent
    1	South_East_Asian	43.12
    2	Tungus-Altaic	28.48
    3	Austronesian	20.88
    4	European_Early_Farmers	2.08
    5	Subsaharian	2.02
    6	East_Siberian	1.26
    
    
    Finished reading population data. 620 populations found.
    23 components mode.
    
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    Least-squares method.
    
    Using 1 population approximation:
    1 Han-Mandarin_ @ 5.080494
    2 Korean_KR_ @ 9.992813
    3 Han_North_ @ 11.097651
    4 Korean_ @ 14.216681
    5 Tu_ @ 14.985157
    6 Hakka_ @ 15.155855
    7 Chinese_Taiwan_ @ 15.718778
    8 Japanese_ML_ @ 16.141493
    9 Jinuo_ @ 16.603239
    10 Han_Singapore_ @ 16.807035
    11 Tujia_ @ 17.014725
    12 Ryukyuan_ @ 18.130049
    13 Paluang_ @ 18.598688
    14 Han_ @ 18.673409
    15 Lawa_ @ 21.061279
    16 Karen_ @ 22.327084
    17 Xibo_ @ 22.528601
    18 She_ @ 22.628609
    19 Hmong_Miao_ @ 23.279549
    20 Japanese_ @ 23.380741


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    By the way, I mistyped the title. Is it possible to rename the title as: "Hunnic and Medieval Turkic samples: Y-DNA and Autosomal DNA"
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    As i state in my previus posts in other threads ancient turkic tribes muh more close to modern uzbeks rather then modern Turkmens.

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    I wish that there were better descriptions of the burial sites and skeletons of the Y-DNA haplogroup J2a Saka, Karluk and Karakhanid samples from this study. The only Y-DNA haplogroup J2a sample that had a good description of the burial site and skeleton was the Issyk Medieval nomad sample.

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