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    Early Bronze Age Mokrin necropolis in northern Serbia - preprint

    I guess this preprint is worth separate thread. Thank's to rozenfeld for prepared table.

    Kinship, acquired and inherited status, and population structure at the Early Bronze Age Mokrin necropolis in northern Serbia.
    Aleksandra Zegarac, Laura Winkelbach, Jens Bloecher, Yoan Diekmann, Marija Kreckovic Gavrilovic, Marko Porcic, Biljana Stojkovic, Lidija Milasinovic, Mona Schreiber, Daniel Wegmann, Krishna R Veeramah, Sofija Stefanovic, Joachim Burger

    Abstract
    Twenty-four ancient genomes with an average sequencing coverage of 0.85 were produced from the Mokrin necropolis, an Early Bronze Age (2,100-1,800 BC) Maros culture site in Serbia, to provide unambiguous identification of biological sex, population structure, and genetic kinship between individuals. Of the 24 investigated individuals, 15 were involved in kinship relationships of varying degrees, including 3 parent-offspring relationships. All observed parent-offspring pairs were mother and son. In addition to the absence of biological daughters, we observed a number of young women and girls with no biological relatives in our sample. These observations, together with the high mitochondrial diversity in our sample, are consistent with the practice of female exogamy in the population served by Mokrin. However, moderate-to-high Y-chromosomal diversity suggests a degree of male mobility greater than that expected under strict patrilocality. Individual status differences at Mokrin, as indicated by grave goods, support the inference that females could inherit status, but could not transmit status to all their sons. The case of a son whose grave good richness outstrips that of his biological mother suggests that sons had the possibility to acquire status during their lifetimes. The Mokrin sample resembles a genetically unstructured population, suggesting that the social hierarchies of the community were not accompanied by strict marriage barriers.

    Quote Originally Posted by rozenfeld View Post
    Data:

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    Burial	Genetic Sex	Age	X-fold genomic depth	mt haplogr.	Y haplogr.	
    122E	XY		6-9	1.09			U5a2b1a		I2a1b
    122S	XX		35-50	0.78			H32		*
    161	XX		9-11	1.20			H80		*
    163	XY		45-55	1.21			U4a2		J2b
    181	XX		>18	0.62			U4a2		*
    186	XX		8-11	0.33			H1aj		*
    211	XY		50-55	0.79			U5a2b1a		I2a1b
    220	XY		15-25	0.64			T2b11		R1b1a2a2c1
    223	XX		7-10	0.39			U3a1		*
    224	XX		25-40	0.77			T2b		*
    225	XY		25-35	0.82			J1b1a1		R1b1a2a2c1
    228	XX		35-50	0.95			J1c		*
    237	XX		15-20	0.89			T2b		*
    243	XY		20-35	1.12			H		BT
    246	XX		45-50	0.98			H80		*
    247	XX		10-12	0.90			H1		*
    257 A	XX		40-60	0.60			H		*
    257 B	XY		inf.I	0.61			K1a4		R1b1a2a2c1a1
    260	XY		15-18	0.92			J1c		I2a2a1a2a2
    282	XY		15-20	1.41			H2b		BT
    287	XX		20-35	0.81			U5b2a2c		*
    288	XX		60+	0.81			HV0e		*
    295	XY		15-20	0.82			H80		I2a1a
    302	XX		20-35	0.89			J1c		*

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    It will be interesting to see if there is a difference between some of the males in the sample in terms of mobility, or if generations have eroded the difference. I don't doubt that the R1b "Yamnaya" lines will be intrusive from Ukraine, but a lineage like I2-M26 which is undoubtedly a European Neolithic line, I'd be skeptical if it wasn't of local origin, as it has also been found in LBK.
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    other:
    Welch: early 1800s E-M84 Kent, England.

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    1. I guess this is the first European Early Bronze Age steppe-ancestry population with I2 majority.
    2. R1b-Z2103 gives us a clue that steppe-ancestry was directly from Yamnaya, not from CWC.
    3. In my opinion both papers - this one and paper about Lech valley fail to provide us with convincive evidence about social inequality.
    Maybe social status at that time was not inherited or grave goods for those cultures do not correlate with social status. (By the way we can see that in both societies women on average had more grave goods).
    4. Samples with highest 'X-fold genomic depth' have just BT Y-happlogroup. That's strange, because usually we have reported 'BT' Y-happlogroup for low-coverage samples.
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    Quote Originally Posted by artemv View Post
    1. I guess this is the first European Early Bronze Age steppe-ancestry population with I2 majority.
    2. R1b-Z2103 gives us a clue that steppe-ancestry was directly from Yamnaya, not from CWC.
    3. In my opinion both papers - this one and paper about Lech valley fail to provide us with convincive evidence about social unquality.
    Maybe social status at that time was not inherited or grave goods for those cultures do not correlate with social status. (By the way we can see that in both societies women on average had more grave goods).
    4. Samples with highest 'X-fold genomic depth' have just BT Y-happlogroup. That's strange, because usually we have reported 'BT' Y-happlogroup for low-coverage samples.
    Pribislav should get on those BTs.

    And is there any archeological evidence that Corded Ware was ever in the Balkans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by artemv View Post
    1. I guess this is the first European Early Bronze Age steppe-ancestry population with I2 majority.
    2. R1b-Z2103 gives us a clue that steppe-ancestry was directly from Yamnaya, not from CWC.
    3. In my opinion both papers - this one and paper about Lech valley fail to provide us with convincive evidence about social unquality.
    Maybe social status at that time was not inherited or grave goods for those cultures do not correlate with social status. (By the way we can see that in both societies women on average had more grave goods).
    4. Samples with highest 'X-fold genomic depth' have just BT Y-happlogroup. That's strange, because usually we have reported 'BT' Y-happlogroup for low-coverage samples.
    BT haplogroup
    Haplogroup BT M91, also known as Haplogroup A1b2..............................In ancient DNA, an Upper Paleolithic European (Gravettian), Vestonice15,[4] belonged to BT,

    also is the J2b asscoiated with J2b-L283 ?

    and no E-V13 found ......it must be more Greek type


    My Path = ( K-M9+, TL-P326+, T-M184+, L490+, M70+, PF5664+, L131+, L446+, CTS933+, CTS3767+, CTS8862+, Z19945+ )


    Grandfather via paternal grandmother = I1-L22 ydna
    Great grandmother paternal side = T1a1e mtdna

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    Very interesting to see J2b and R1b-CTS7556 show up. J2b-L283 accounts for ~18.1% of Albanian Y-DNA and the vast majority of Albanian R1b is CTS7556+ (CTS7556>CTS9219>Z2705 specifically), R1b itself is found at a frequency of ~19.2%.
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    Ydna: J1>P58>YSC234>ZS241

    Maternal Ydna: E-V13>CTS5856*

    Mtdna: T1a1l

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    Quote Originally Posted by vettor View Post
    BT haplogroup
    Haplogroup BT M91, also known as Haplogroup A1b2..............................In ancient DNA, an Upper Paleolithic European (Gravettian), Vestonice15,[4] belonged to BT,

    also is the J2b asscoiated with J2b-L283 ?

    and no E-V13 found ......it must be more Greek type
    E-V13 rapidly expanded exact at that time. Likely with another archeological culture. Or just in another settle be

    Quote Originally Posted by oz View Post
    Pribislav should get on those BTs.
    That's just preprint. *.bam files are not online jet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelmendasi View Post
    Very interesting to see J2b and R1b-CTS7556 show up. J2b-L283 accounts for ~18.1% of Albanian Y-DNA and the vast majority of Albanian R1b is CTS7556+ (CTS7556>CTS9219>Z2705 specifically), R1b itself is found at a frequency of ~19.2%.
    Yes, still speculative, but it would suggest that r1b-z2103. & J2b-l283 came together from the steppe, with those i2a's being neolithics they encountered.

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