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Thread: drought of ancient DNA papers on prehistoric Europe/SW Asia

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    Whatever happened to the paper heralded by this article?

    It hasn't materialized, and that article appeared over a year ago.
     


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    Quote Originally Posted by rms2 View Post
    Whatever happened to the paper heralded by this article?

    It hasn't materialized, and that article appeared over a year ago.
    Hanging out at the exclusive private party that all the other 'soon to be released' papers have been invited to ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdean View Post
    Hanging out at the exclusive private party that all the other 'soon to be released' papers have been invited to ?
    Yeah, like the Repton Viking paper and a pile of others, they must be in that weird "almost ready to be published limbo".

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    Quote Originally Posted by spruithean View Post
    Yeah, like the Repton Viking paper and a pile of others, they must be in that weird "almost ready to be published limbo".
    Plus the University of Copenhagen study on the Vikings, which may feature St Brice's Day massacre victims from England among other samples. That must have been announced a couple of years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JonikW View Post
    Plus the University of Copenhagen study on the Vikings, which may feature St Brice's Day massacre victims from England among other samples. That must have been announced a couple of years ago.
    Wow, I would love to see the paper on that, sheesh... such a waiting game!

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    To satisfy all I want to know about world civilization, I request DNA from the following:

    North to East Africa-A Paper With Proper Research Using Latest Technology On At Least One Sample From Predynastic To Middle Kingdom Egypt
    Central to South Asia-Paper On Ancient India And/Or Ancient Pakistan From India Ranging From Early Indus Valley To Late Vedic, Paper On Shahr-e Sukhteh
    South Europe-Roman Paper With Samples Dating No Later Than The The Imperial Age
    East Asia-Paper Covering Japan or Korea's Transformation Into The Neolithic
    West Asia-A Paper With Samples From Neolithic to Bronze Age Mespotamia That Has Enough DNA From Enough Samples, Paper On Jebel alMutawwaq, Paper On Philistines, Paper On Ebla, Paper On Arslantepe

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonikW View Post
    Plus the University of Copenhagen study on the Vikings, which may feature St Brice's Day massacre victims from England among other samples. That must have been announced a couple of years ago.
    Maybe they were overly optimistic.
    I used to live in an area of southern England with a mound that was commonly said to cover St Brice's Day victims.
    But this was waaay south of the Danelaw.
    After living there a while I found an elderly resident who remembered the mound arriving at the same time the nearby road was built.
    Maybe the first story was just for nosy visitors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adules View Post
    To satisfy all I want to know about world civilization, I request DNA from the following:

    North to East Africa-A Paper With Proper Research Using Latest Technology On At Least One Sample From Predynastic To Middle Kingdom Egypt
    Central to South Asia-Paper On Ancient India And/Or Ancient Pakistan From India Ranging From Early Indus Valley To Late Vedic, Paper On Shahr-e Sukhteh
    South Europe-Roman Paper With Samples Dating No Later Than The The Imperial Age
    East Asia-Paper Covering Japan or Korea's Transformation Into The Neolithic
    West Asia-A Paper With Samples From Neolithic to Bronze Age Mespotamia That Has Enough DNA From Enough Samples, Paper On Jebel alMutawwaq, Paper On Philistines, Paper On Ebla, Paper On Arslantepe
    Sounds like a legit request to me.

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