Third K = 13 admixture analysis of prehistoric and modern genomes

Below is a plot for another K = 13 admixture analysis of prehistoric and modern genomes. This analysis includes a Middle to Late Neolithic sample from Ballynahatty in Northern Ireland, and three Early Bronze Age samples from Rathlin Island in Northern Ireland.

The three Bronze Age samples belonged to Y haplogroup R1b-L21, which has always clearly been associated with the Insular Celtic languages (except in the confused minds of some very stupid people). It has been obvious since early last year that the R1b-L21 men of the British Isles were descended from the R1b-P312 men of the Bell Beaker culture. And we know from my discovery of four months ago, along with abundant archeological evidence, that the R1b-P312 men of the Bell Beaker culture were descended from R1b-M269 men who were already in Iberia hundreds of years before that culture began.

The analysis the plot is based on uses only part of the data for the four Irish samples. The numbers of SNPs used for these samples are below.

Sample        Period                    Date          SNPs
Ballynahatty  Middle to Late Neolithic  3343–3020 BC  45,762
Rathlin 1     Early Bronze Age          2026–1885 BC  47,044
Rathlin 2     Early Bronze Age          2024–1741 BC  40,568
Rathlin 3     Early Bronze Age          1736–1534 BC  29,938

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