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Thread: Late Neolithic Mass Grave: Unravelling the genetics of a Massacre

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexfritz View Post
    they existed right there in vicinity


    2800-2400 _barrows and all the rest
    (incl battle axes/at least since 2600 slaza types and squat type H)
    Nice.

    Like the proverbial rash.

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    This paper has been picked up by news outlets esp ones in the UK, and as expected some seem to have garnished it with their own spin.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencet...massacred.html



    This did not make sense.

    The Corded Ware people are believed to have interbred and merged with the Yamnaya folk, who have recently been heralded as the most violent group of people to ever live.


    https://www.newsweek.com/dna-mass-gr...family-1417651

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegasus View Post
    This paper has been picked up by news outlets esp ones in the UK, and as expected some seem to have garnished it with their own spin.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencet...massacred.html



    This did not make sense.

    The Corded Ware people are believed to have interbred and merged with the Yamnaya folk, who have recently been heralded as the most violent group of people to ever live.


    https://www.newsweek.com/dna-mass-gr...family-1417651
    This....

    Genome analysis found the people to be farmers of the Yamnya people and the research claims the Corded Ware people may have been to blame. Yamnaya people interbred with the Corded Ware people, who made the pictured pottery, in central Europe
    And this..

    WHO WERE THE GLOBULAR AMPHORA PEOPLE?

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    It shared DNA with the Corded Ware society which was thriving and expanding rapidly across Europe.

    These people also bred and mingled with the invading Yamnaya from the west, who were ruthlessly efficient muscular killers that swept across the continent.
    Somebody has been binge watching "Conan the Barbarian"...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finn View Post
    Could be the case but Yamna on his turn is partly EEF, HG etc. So it's partly how you cut it into pieces.

    But I guess that I'm a TRB+CW mixture....than it will be 60% CW and 40% TRB???

    Just a:
    "sample": "Custom:AGUser_finn_mom",
    "fit": 4.4434,
    "Corded_Ware_Baltic_early": 54.17,
    "Anatolia_Barcin_N": 32.5,
    "ITA_Villabruna": 6.67,
    "Iberia_ElMiron": 6.67,
    Yeah, it also depends on the CWC subpopulation. If you use subpopulations like CWC_Germany or CWC_Czech, then the amount of CWC will increase in NW Europeans significantly. But if you use CWC Baltic Early, the amount will only increase slightly; CWC Baltic Early is closely related to Yamnaya (CWC Baltic early has more forager/farmer stuff though).

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