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  1. Bronze Age in Saxony-Anhalt
  2. Y Chromosomes of Corded Ware at Wroclaw-Jagodno (SW Poland)
  3. 37 mtDNA sequences from Minoan Crete
  4. Copper & Bronze Age Steppe people (PIE) had mixed light and dark pigmentation
  5. Kurgan theory
  6. Strong genetic admixture in the Altai at the Middle Bronze Age
  7. mtDNA haplogroup V7 from ~5,000-year old kurgan of the Novosvobodnaya culture
  8. Corded Ware Culture Signals Population Change in Europe
  9. Genetic Analysis of Ancient Human Remains from the Early Bronze Age Cultures of the N
  10. Estimating the Y-DNA and autosomal admixtures of Yamnaya samples
  11. New Leak: CWC=73% Yamna, modern North Euros=50% Yamna.
  12. Professor Reich on Yamnaya and Population Turnover in Europe
  13. Massive migration from the steppe is a source for Indo-European languages in Europe
  14. Massive migration from the steppe - extended discussion
  15. Yamna: "25% ENF, 30-35% ANE", and 40-45% WHG
  16. Autosomal analysis of Unetice and Urnfield genomes
  17. R1a1 found in Bronze age warrior from Poland
  18. Egtved Girl-Bronze Age Find in Denmark
  19. Y-DNA and mtDNA frequencies in Proto-Indo-European cultures
  20. Evolutionary History of R1b M269 based on modern Iberian data
  21. Corded Ware - Real Son or Step Son of Yamna?
  22. Ancient steppe dark/light pigmentation, a surprising pattern unlike modern-day clines
  23. Proto-Unetice aDNA
  24. Bronze Age Bulgarian sample
  25. Kura-Araxes cultural migrations
  26. A European population in Minoan Bronze Age Crete
  27. Teasar: Re-population of Ireland in the Bronze age
  28. New Study Shows MASSIVE Ancient BA Immigration Into Ireland
  29. "R1a subclades and Bronze Age migrations on the Eurasian steppes" (December 2015)
  30. R1a-Z93 in Yamnaya
  31. Bronze Age war in northern Germany 1250 BCE
  32. R1b-M269 / L23 and the diffusion of early metallurgy
  33. The Bronze Age Collapse and its possible ancient DNA implications
  34. Steppe Influence in Croatia by the Bronze age
  35. MtDna variability from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age in the Balearic Islands
  36. Mitochondrial links between Yamnaya and Corded Ware
  37. Proto-Indo-Europeans = Proto-Dealers of Cannabis
  38. MtDna from the Bronze Age Caucasus, including Maykop
  39. Unetice culture was clearly multi-ethnic
  40. Neolithic migration was family-based, Bronze Age invasion was male-dominated
  41. Bronze Age mtDNA from South Bavaria
  42. Dodecad & Eurogenes admixture for Yamna genomes
  43. Dodecad & Eurogenes admixture for Sintashta & Corded Ware genomes
  44. Dodecad & Eurogenes admixture for Early vs Late Bronze Age Scandinavian genomes
  45. ATP9 (MBA Iberia, ca. 1600 BC)
  46. Bronze Age Sögel warriors are responsible for a R1b founder effect in NW Europe
  47. Zoned Beakers
  48. Poland EBA, R1a-Z280
  49. Iberian mtDna from Neolithic to early Bronze Age
  50. MDLP K11 Result : Unetice/Tumulus/Urnfield into Northwestern Europe?
  51. Indus Valley Civilization Y-DNA haplogroups
  52. Another view of "steppe" ancestry-Pagani et al
  53. David Reich speech on steppe migrations-April 29, 2017
  54. J2b as an IE lineages of the ancient Illyrians & Mycenaeans
  55. bronze age sidon {lebanon dna paper}
  56. First Genomes from Ancient Egypt
  57. What If the Phoenicians belonged to haplogroup R1b?
  58. the poltavka outlier, founding father of R1a-Z2124
  59. Canaanite dna
  60. Genetic Origins of Minoans and Mycenaeans
  61. Neolithic to Early Bronze MtDna in Iberia
  62. Researchers make 'first discovery' of Philistine cemetery
  63. Bronze Age women travelled the world while men stayed at home
  64. Pop. resequencing of European mtDNA highlights sex-bias in Bronze Age demo. expansion
  65. More on the Tollensee Valley battle site inc. genetics
  66. Upcoming paper on Bronze Age Canaanites
  67. Dna
  68. I was mistaken: the steppe warriors rode sirens
  69. The Genetic Prehistory of the Baltic Sea Region
  70. Analysis of 4000 year old mummy head
  71. Did the steppe people bring leprosy as well as the plague?
  72. WHAT IF? Alternative proposal theory about IE homeland,
  73. Ancient mtDna shows east to west cline from the steppe
  74. Interesting hypothesis regarding the genesis of modern Albanians
  75. Poland-Middle Neolithic to the Bronze Age
  76. Bronze Age population dynamics and the rise of dairy pastoralism on the eastern Euras
  77. New conference on Bronze Age mobility in Europe
  78. Celts and Rhaetians
  79. DNA from an Early Middle Kingdom mummy.
  80. Late Bronze Age Caledonians
  81. Bronze Age Balkan DNA
  82. Early Proto-Germanic R1b-U106, 1900-1650 BC, on GEDmatch Genesis
  83. Bronze Age Bulgaria
  84. Population history from the Neolithic to present on the Mediterranean island of Sardi
  85. Bronze Age Vucedol Culture R1b Z2103 / L23
  86. Ancient mtDna from Bronze Age Bulgaria
  87. Tollense Battle Y DNA
  88. Violence in the Corded Ware Advance against GAC
  89. Seima Turbino Ydna discussion and poll
  90. Haplogroup J-Z640 - Genetic Insight into the Levantine Bronze Age
  91. BR1 Hungary
  92. Ancient DNA sheds light on the genetic origins of early Iron Age Philistines
  93. The enigma of bronze age tin
  94. Inequality in Bronze Age Europe
  95. Spread of Lactase Persistence Alleles in Europe
  96. Kinship and social organization in Copper Age Europe. A cross-disciplinary analysis o
  97. connection between 3,9 ka pharao and Levantine PPNC
  98. Mitochondrial genomes from Bronze Age Poland
  99. CW and BB genomes in SE Poland
  100. A Matrilineal Genetic Perspective of Hanging Coffin Custom in Southern China and Nort
  101. Sicilians pre-Greek colonization
  102. Kinship, acquired and inherited status, and population structure at the Early Bronze
  103. The Genomic History of the Bronze Age Southern Levant (Agranat-Tamir et al. 2020)
  104. R1a-M417 and R1b-M269 in the Bronze Age Levant (16th century BC)
  105. New map of the Bell Beaker phenomenon
  106. Genetic ancestry changes in Stone to Bronze Age transition in the East European plain
  107. Genetic ancestery changes in stone to bronze age transition in east european plain
  108. Carbon Dating Shows UP’s Sanauli Had Chariot-Riding Warriors In 1900 BC
  109. Low LP levels in Bronze Age
  110. Domestic horses were introduced in the southern Caucasus and Anatolia during the BA
  111. Reconstructing the history of founder events using genome-wide patterns of allele sha