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I wanted to ask which archaeological cultures' graves have been tested thus far for ancient DNA, and where did they yield Y-chromosomal or mitochondrial DNA results?
The ones I am aware of are the following:
- the Corded Ware culture (Eulau, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany) yielded R1a.
- Urnfield culture (Lichtenstein cave, Lower Saxony, Germany) yielded I2b2, R1a and R1b.
- Funnelbeaker culture is currently tested, but no results yet.
Are there any other noteworthy examples you can think of?