Analyses of Copper and Bronze Age Spanish genomes

Below are the results of analyzing the Copper and Bronze Age genomes from El Portalón cave with a calculator based on my K = 17 ADMIXTURE analysis of prehistoric Eurasian genomes.

ATP20, Pre-Beaker Copper Age, 2289–2050 BC

  • 33.03% Southern-European-Caucasoid
  • 28.14% Veddoid-Caucasoid-hybrid
  • 18.92% Northern-European-Caucasoid
  • 7.76% Northern-Amerindian
  • 4.46% Eastern-Negroid
  • 4.19% European-hunter-gatherer-Caucasoid
  • 3.50% Western-Negroid
  • 0.01% Southern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 0.00% Australoid
  • 0.00% Bushman-and-Pygmy
  • 0.00% Eskimo
  • 0.00% Itelmen-and-Koryak
  • 0.00% Northern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 0.00% Northern-Mongoloid
  • 0.00% Southern-Amerindian
  • 0.00% Southern-Mongoloid
  • 0.00% Taiwanese-aborigine-Mongoloid

ATP3, Pre-Beaker Copper Age, 3516–3362 BC

  • 32.47% Southern-European-Caucasoid
  • 31.97% Northern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 14.04% Northern-European-Caucasoid
  • 6.34% European-hunter-gatherer-Caucasoid
  • 5.75% Bushman-and-Pygmy
  • 3.82% Veddoid-Caucasoid-hybrid
  • 3.55% Southern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 2.05% Western-Negroid
  • 0.01% Taiwanese-aborigine-Mongoloid
  • 0.00% Australoid
  • 0.00% Eastern-Negroid
  • 0.00% Eskimo
  • 0.00% Itelmen-and-Koryak
  • 0.00% Northern-Amerindian
  • 0.00% Northern-Mongoloid
  • 0.00% Southern-Amerindian
  • 0.00% Southern-Mongoloid

ATP17, Pre-Beaker Copper Age, 3007–2871 BC

  • 66.70% Southern-European-Caucasoid
  • 11.14% Northern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 10.60% European-hunter-gatherer-Caucasoid
  • 7.33% Northern-European-Caucasoid
  • 4.23% Bushman-and-Pygmy
  • 0.00% Australoid
  • 0.00% Eastern-Negroid
  • 0.00% Eskimo
  • 0.00% Itelmen-and-Koryak
  • 0.00% Northern-Amerindian
  • 0.00% Northern-Mongoloid
  • 0.00% Southern-Amerindian
  • 0.00% Southern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 0.00% Southern-Mongoloid
  • 0.00% Taiwanese-aborigine-Mongoloid
  • 0.00% Veddoid-Caucasoid-hybrid
  • 0.00% Western-Negroid

ATP7, Pre-Beaker Copper Age, 3345–2944 BC

  • 63.41% Southern-European-Caucasoid
  • 18.73% Northern-European-Caucasoid
  • 9.70% Southern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 2.24% Itelmen-and-Koryak
  • 2.20% Eastern-Negroid
  • 2.15% European-hunter-gatherer-Caucasoid
  • 1.56% Bushman-and-Pygmy
  • 0.00% Australoid
  • 0.00% Eskimo
  • 0.00% Northern-Amerindian
  • 0.00% Northern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 0.00% Northern-Mongoloid
  • 0.00% Southern-Amerindian
  • 0.00% Southern-Mongoloid
  • 0.00% Taiwanese-aborigine-Mongoloid
  • 0.00% Veddoid-Caucasoid-hybrid
  • 0.00% Western-Negroid

ATP9, Middle Bronze Age, 1750–1618 BC

  • 51.82% Southern-European-Caucasoid
  • 26.32% Northern-European-Caucasoid
  • 5.44% European-hunter-gatherer-Caucasoid
  • 4.81% Bushman-and-Pygmy
  • 3.21% Northern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 2.42% Western-Negroid
  • 2.11% Southern-Amerindian
  • 1.64% Southern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 1.49% Eastern-Negroid
  • 0.34% Northern-Mongoloid
  • 0.29% Taiwanese-aborigine-Mongoloid
  • 0.09% Southern-Mongoloid
  • 0.01% Veddoid-Caucasoid-hybrid
  • 0.00% Australoid
  • 0.00% Eskimo
  • 0.00% Itelmen-and-Koryak
  • 0.00% Northern-Amerindian

ATP16, Pre-Beaker Copper Age, 3261–2916 BC

  • 62.60% Southern-European-Caucasoid
  • 12.65% Northern-European-Caucasoid
  • 8.17% Northern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 5.26% European-hunter-gatherer-Caucasoid
  • 4.41% Southern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 3.16% Bushman-and-Pygmy
  • 2.41% Western-Negroid
  • 0.81% Northern-Mongoloid
  • 0.51% Eastern-Negroid
  • 0.01% Australoid
  • 0.00% Eskimo
  • 0.00% Itelmen-and-Koryak
  • 0.00% Northern-Amerindian
  • 0.00% Southern-Amerindian
  • 0.00% Southern-Mongoloid
  • 0.00% Taiwanese-aborigine-Mongoloid
  • 0.00% Veddoid-Caucasoid-hybrid

Matojo, Pre-Beaker Copper Age, 3010–2879 BC

  • 64.88% Southern-European-Caucasoid
  • 15.97% Northern-European-Caucasoid
  • 8.52% European-hunter-gatherer-Caucasoid
  • 3.40% Western-Negroid
  • 3.15% Bushman-and-Pygmy
  • 2.37% Southern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 1.15% Eastern-Negroid
  • 0.43% Southern-Amerindian
  • 0.11% Veddoid-Caucasoid-hybrid
  • 0.01% Northern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 0.00% Australoid
  • 0.00% Eskimo
  • 0.00% Itelmen-and-Koryak
  • 0.00% Northern-Amerindian
  • 0.00% Northern-Mongoloid
  • 0.00% Southern-Mongoloid
  • 0.00% Taiwanese-aborigine-Mongoloid

ATP2, Pre-Beaker Copper Age, 2899–2678 BC

  • 46.88% Southern-European-Caucasoid
  • 14.11% Bushman-and-Pygmy
  • 12.60% Northern-European-Caucasoid
  • 12.47% Western-Negroid
  • 5.12% European-hunter-gatherer-Caucasoid
  • 2.99% Southern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 2.60% Northern-Middle-Eastern-Caucasoid
  • 1.68% Northern-Mongoloid
  • 1.42% Eastern-Negroid
  • 0.12% Southern-Mongoloid
  • 0.01% Itelmen-and-Koryak
  • 0.00% Australoid
  • 0.00% Eskimo
  • 0.00% Northern-Amerindian
  • 0.00% Southern-Amerindian
  • 0.00% Taiwanese-aborigine-Mongoloid
  • 0.00% Veddoid-Caucasoid-hybrid
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4 comments on “Analyses of Copper and Bronze Age Spanish genomes
  1. Matt says:

    If you ran the samples through the Dienekes K12b calculator it would be interesting to see if ATP3 or others showed any Gedrosia. I think that would be strong evidence in support of the R1b haplotype of this sample, although there is no reason to doubt it in the first place 🙂

    • Genetiker says:

      The K12b calculator and all of the other old calculators are obsolete.

      The Gedrosia component is an example of why they’re no good. As I explained in my recent post on the Eurasian samples, prehistoric and modern Europeans don’t actually have any South Asian admixture. It’s just an illusion caused by admixture from R1a and R2 men in South Asia.

  2. Pete says:

    Have you had a chance to look at the amcient data from Pinhasi? If anyone can see anything there Itll be you..

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