Analyses of the Ajvide 58 genome

Below are the results of analyses of the Ajvide 58 genome. Ajvide 58 was a hunter-gatherer of the Pitted Ware culture. His remains were found at the Ajvide settlement in Eksta parish, in the southwest of the Swedish island of Gotland. The remains were dated to 4,900 to 4,600 years ago.

Ajvide 58 belonged to Y-chromosome haplogroup I2a1 and mitochondrial haplogroup U4d.

The K12b results show that Ajvide 58 didn’t have any of the Gedrosia component, so he didn’t have any admixture from P, Q, R*, R1*, or R1b people.

The dv3 results show that Ajvide 58 was more closely related to Western Europeans than to Eastern Europeans.

The Ajvide 58 results are very similar to the Stora Förvar 11 results, which shows a high degree of genetic continuity around Gotland over a time span of 3,000 years.

globe4

  • 82.36% European
  • 13.84% Amerindian
  • 3.79% African
  • 0.01% Asian

globe10

  • 89.05% Atlantic_Baltic
  • 4.62% Neo_African
  • 2.74% Amerindian
  • 2.56% Siberian
  • 0.68% South_Asian
  • 0.33% Australasian
  • 0.01% East_Asian
  • 0.01% Palaeo_African
  • 0.00% Southern
  • 0.00% West_Asian

globe13

  • 72.80% North_European
  • 18.66% Mediterranean
  • 4.34% West_African
  • 1.86% Amerindian
  • 1.09% Arctic
  • 0.85% Siberian
  • 0.33% Australasian
  • 0.05% East_African
  • 0.02% East_Asian
  • 0.01% South_Asian
  • 0.00% Palaeo_African
  • 0.00% Southwest_Asian
  • 0.00% West_Asian

K7b

  • 90.87% Atlantic_Baltic
  • 4.61% African
  • 3.48% Siberian
  • 0.99% South_Asian
  • 0.06% East_Asian
  • 0.00% Southern
  • 0.00% West_Asian

K10a

  • 81.15% Atlantic_Baltic
  • 11.20% Mediterranean
  • 3.91% Sub_Saharan
  • 2.83% Siberian
  • 0.45% Palaeoafrican
  • 0.39% Southeast_Asian
  • 0.07% South_Asian
  • 0.00% East_Asian
  • 0.00% Red_Sea
  • 0.00% West_Asian

K12b

  • 63.80% North_European
  • 28.75% Atlantic_Med
  • 4.11% Sub_Saharan
  • 2.69% Siberian
  • 0.64% Southeast_Asian
  • 0.01% East_African
  • 0.01% South_Asian
  • 0.00% Caucasus
  • 0.00% East_Asian
  • 0.00% Gedrosia
  • 0.00% Northwest_African
  • 0.00% Southwest_Asian

dv3

  • 56.74% West_European
  • 27.25% East_European
  • 8.66% Mediterranean
  • 2.27% Northeast_Asian
  • 2.16% Palaeo_African
  • 2.12% Neo_African
  • 0.67% Southeast_Asian
  • 0.11% Northwest_African
  • 0.02% East_African
  • 0.00% South_Asian
  • 0.00% Southwest_Asian
  • 0.00% West_Asian

MDLP World-22

  • 62.82% North-East-European
  • 18.49% Atlantic_Mediterranean_Neolithic
  • 9.29% North-European-Mesolithic
  • 3.14% Sub-Saharian
  • 2.65% Samoedic
  • 1.05% North-Amerind
  • 1.03% Mesoamerican
  • 0.47% Pygmy
  • 0.37% Melanesian
  • 0.33% Indo-Tibetan
  • 0.29% South-African
  • 0.03% South-America_Amerind
  • 0.02% North-Siberean
  • 0.00% Arctic-Amerind
  • 0.00% Austronesian
  • 0.00% East-Siberean
  • 0.00% East-South-Asian
  • 0.00% Indian
  • 0.00% Indo-Iranian
  • 0.00% Near_East
  • 0.00% Paleo-Siberian
  • 0.00% West-Asian

Old World 26

  • 37.49% Finnish
  • 31.84% Basque
  • 8.10% Sardinian
  • 3.37% San
  • 2.71% Yoruba
  • 2.51% Archaic
  • 1.99% Papuan
  • 1.43% Kenya-Bantu
  • 1.34% Biaka-Pygmy
  • 1.18% Mbuti-Pygmy
  • 1.12% Dai
  • 1.10% Mandenka
  • 0.74% Yakut
  • 0.70% Naxi
  • 0.69% Mozabite
  • 0.58% Palestinian
  • 0.57% Melanesian
  • 0.55% Japanese
  • 0.48% She
  • 0.47% Lahu
  • 0.39% Gujarati
  • 0.30% Brahui
  • 0.21% Bedouin
  • 0.10% Druze
  • 0.02% Burusho
  • 0.02% Kalash
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2 comments on “Analyses of the Ajvide 58 genome
  1. […] to those for Stora Förvar 11, a Swedish hunter-gatherer who lived around 500 years later, and Ajvide 58, another Swedish hunter-gatherer who lived around 3,000 years later. One difference is that the […]

  2. […] know from my analyses of early Y hg I people like Loschbour, the Motala hunter-gatherers, KO1, and Ajvide 58 that such people did not originally carry any of the Gedrosia component. The Y hg I people of the […]

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