Below is a plot for a K = 14 admixture analysis that includes 39 new genomes from ancient Northern Europe. The new samples are marked with an asterisk in the plot. The table above the plot gives some information for the new samples.
The hunter-gatherers of the Kunda and Narva cultures are made up of the dark blue Western European hunter-gatherer component, with some of them having small amounts of the medium blue Eastern European component.
The two new Mesolithic samples from northwestern Russia are similar to the three previously published Mesolithic samples from Karelia and Samara in Russia, being made up mostly of the medium blue component, with smaller amounts of the dark blue component.
The three new samples from the Neolithic Funnelbeaker culture in Sweden are similar to the four previously published samples from that culture, being made up mostly of the light blue Early European farmer component, with smaller amounts of the dark blue component.
The hunter-gatherers of the Comb Ware culture in Estonia are similar to the Mesolithic Russian hunter-gatherers of Karelia and Samara, but with a bit more of the dark blue component.
The new Corded Ware samples from Lithuania are similar to the Corded Ware samples from Germany and Estonia. They have some of the light blue component, unlike the one Corded Ware sample from Latvia which lacks it.
The Late Neolithic sample from Ölsund, Sweden is also similar to the German and Estonian Corded Ware samples.
The new Bronze Age samples from Lithuania are similar to modern samples from the Baltic states, except that they completely lack the yellow Mongoloid components present in small amounts in the modern Estonian samples, and to a lesser extent in the modern Latvian and Lithuanian samples.
The Late Bronze Age samples from Latvia, however, differ somewhat from modern Baltic samples, in that they have significantly more of the dark blue component than the modern samples do.
|Tamula 3||Estonia||Comb Ware||3800–3640|
|Tamula 1||Estonia||Comb Ware||3630–3360|
|Plinkaigalis 242||Lithuania||Corded Ware||3260–2630|
|Plinkaigalis 241||Lithuania||Corded Ware||2860–2410|
|Gyvakarai 1||Lithuania||Corded Ware||2620–2470|
|Spiginas 2||Lithuania||Corded Ware||2130–1750|
|Turlojiškė 5||Lithuania||Bronze Age||2100–600|
|Turlojiškė 1932||Lithuania||Bronze Age||1230–920|
|Turlojiškė 3||Lithuania||Bronze Age||1010–800|
|Turlojiškė 1||Lithuania||Bronze Age||930–810|
|Kivutkalns 42||Latvia||Late Bronze Age||810–560|
|Kivutkalns 153||Latvia||Late Bronze Age||800–545|
|Kivutkalns 25||Latvia||Late Bronze Age||800–545|
|Kivutkalns 207||Latvia||Late Bronze Age||790–535|
|Kivutkalns 209||Latvia||Late Bronze Age||805–515|
|Kivutkalns 215||Latvia||Late Bronze Age||760–425|
|Kivutkalns 222||Latvia||Late Bronze Age||745–400|
|Kivutkalns 19||Latvia||Late Bronze Age||730–400|
|Kivutkalns 164||Latvia||Late Bronze Age||730–390|
|Kivutkalns 194||Latvia||Late Bronze Age||405–230|