Yearly Archives: 2014

Greg Cochran is an ignoramus

Greg Cochran likes to think of himself as being near-omniscient. In this post he defied his readers to tell him something he didn’t know. The reality is that there’s a lot Cochran doesn’t know. He’s ignorant of some of the

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Analyses of the Kostenki 14 genome

At the bottom of this post are the results of analyses of the Kostenki 14 genome. The Kostenki 14 sample is from a human skeleton that was buried at an Early Upper Paleolithic site on the west bank of the

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Analyses of the Ust’-Ishim genome

At the bottom of this post are the results of analyses of the Ust’-Ishim genome. The Ust’-Ishim sample is from a human femur found on the banks of the Irtysh River in western Siberia. The femur was dated to 45,770–44,010

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Analyses of a Copper Age Hungarian genome

Below are the results of analyses of the CO1 sample from the Copper Age Baden culture of Hungary. The sample is from the Apc-Berekalja I site, and it is dated to 2700–2900 BC. CO1 was female, and her mt-SNP calls

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Analyses of a Late Bronze Age Hungarian genome

Below are the results of analyses of the BR2 sample from the Late Bronze Age Kyjatice culture of Hungary. The sample is from the Ludas-Varjú-dűlő site, and it is dated to 1110–1270 BC. BR2 was male. The published Y haplogroup

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Analyses of an Iron Age Hungarian genome

Below are the results of analyses of the IR1 sample from the pre-Scythian Iron Age Mezőcsát culture of Hungary. The sample is from the Ludas-Varjú-dűlő site, and it is dated to 830–980 BC. IR1 was male. He belonged to Y

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Analyses of an Early Bronze Age Hungarian genome

Below are the results of analyses of the BR1 sample from the Early Bronze Age Makó culture of Hungary. The sample is from the Kompolt-Kígyósér site, and it is dated to 1980–2190 BC. BR1 was female and belonged to mitochondrial

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