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  1. Iron Age Bulgarian sample closely related to modern Sardinians
  2. Ramesses III belonged to haplogroup E1b1a
  3. Egyptian mummy identified as belonging to Y-haplogroup I2
  4. Hundreds of ancient Lombards to be autosomally tested
  5. ancient bavarians
  6. Late Hallstatt/early La Tène mtDNA
  7. Genome of Iron Age Thracian
  8. Two Iron age Thracians found to have totally different genetic origins
  9. New autosomal DNA of two ancient Thracian Iron Age individuals from Bulgaria
  10. Alans from River Don 8-th century 6 of them had haplogroup G2
  11. Ancient DNA Study of Iron Age vs Anglo Saxon Era British populations
  12. Genome of an Iron age Briton
  13. Bones of Macedonian King Philip II, Alexander the Great's father, have been found.
  14. The Celts were G2a2b2a1b L497 ( Hallstatt Y-DNA from Mitterkirchen, Upper Austria 700
  15. 1st century middle eastern Genome?
  16. Langobard MtDna in Northern Italy (Piemonte)
  17. Roman Villa and Merovingian Graves. Borgharen Netherlands. (Y-DNA J2a1 and J2b)
  18. R-Z36, Alpine Celts and Ligures
  19. First ancient DNA results from pre-Roman Celtic and Anglo-Saxon England
  20. J1 Sarmatians in Beslan
  21. Early London was Ethnically-diverse
  22. The Coming of the Anglo-Saxons to Britain
  23. R1b1a1a2a1a1c1a (R1b-S497): a native Celtic branch of R1b1a1a2a1a1 (R1b-U106) ?
  24. 1400 potential samples of Lombard aDNA
  25. Has Pazyryk Ice Maiden DNA been extracted/tested?
  26. Y-DNA from Germany in the 300s-400s AD shows 58% frequency of I1 and not much R1b
  27. MtDna from 2500 year old "Phoenician" in North Africa
  28. Upcoming paper on Alemannic dna
  29. Upcoming paper on ancient Sardinian dna
  30. Iron Age Steppes people supposed Iranics on a PCA
  31. Ancient mtDna from Roman Era central and southern Italy
  32. Hinxton-1 (Iron Age Celt ca. 160 BC - 26 AD) is on GEDmatch
  33. Scythian DNA
  34. Revisiting the subclades of Iron Age & Roman Age British R1b samples
  35. Deep genetic differences between neighbouring populations in 2nd century AD Poland
  36. Ancient Scythian horse genomes shed light on history of domestication
  37. Iron Age and Early Medieval Polish DNA
  38. Shackled skeletons in mass grave could be rebel army that tried to take Athens 2,600
  39. Pliny the Elder-Have they identified his skull?
  40. A female Viking warrior confirmed by genomics
  41. Complete mtDna from Romano Christian burial in Egypt
  42. Ancient dna from the Canary Islands
  43. Newly discovered skeletons in Qumran, Judean Desert
  44. Ancient Lombard DNA
  45. Mongol Empire source of C3* F3918
  46. The settlement of the Germanic elite in Kujawy
  47. Migration period: Frisians as a Danish/South Scandinavian derivative
  48. Phoenician mtdna from sardinia
  49. Ancient dna in a Slavic-Avar community
  50. Ancient mtDna from the Piceni of Novilara
  51. mtdna from iron age south baltic
  52. Lombards
  53. Upcoming paper on British ancient dna
  54. 137 ancient human genomes from across the Eurasian steppes
  55. Lombard vs Roman Y-DNA and mtDNA from northern Italy and Hungary
  56. "Barbarian" Genetics-Anglo-Saxons, Lombards and Huns
  57. Ancient MtDna: The Longobards
  58. Julius Caesar: Which haplogroup was his most likely?
  59. Central Asia input among some Bylany Iron Age people supposed to be a Celtic area
  60. Alemannic DNA
  61. Danish admixture in Poland?
  62. First Phoenician Dna analysis from Ibiza
  63. France gauls
  64. Iron Age Balkan DNA on GEDmatch
  65. Ancient Sudovian GEDmatch
  66. Archaeological genetics: a preliminary overview of the Iron Age Italian population
  67. Germanic dna
  68. Baden Wurttemberg
  69. Europeans in Zanzibar in 800 CE
  70. new Damgaard study on ancient Scythians, Xiongnu, Huns, Turks and Mongols
  71. Ancient Gothic mtDna
  72. Shifts in the Genetic Landscape of the Western Eurasian Steppe
  73. The Arrival of Siberian Ancestry Connecting the Eastern Baltic to Uralic Speakers fur
  74. Goth Migration into Central and Eastern Europe
  75. A Plague Pandemic through ancient genomes
  76. I8215 and I8206 - ancient Greek and ancient Gaul from Empuries colony
  77. Philistine DNA!
  78. bulgarian dna genetic evidence to iron age dwellers from pontic steppe
  79. iron age tocharian DNA
  80. Iron Age Gauls: brand new news!
  81. Has there been any genetic study on the Galatians (Celts that settled in Asia Minor)?
  82. Population history of southern Italy during Greek colonization
  83. Analysing Iron Age Italian samples
  84. Identifying the Y-DNA haplogroups of ancient Roman families through their descendants
  85. Roman areas
  86. Pigmentation and other traits from ancient Italian samples (Antonio et al. 2019)
  87. central europe and Italy iron age
  88. Genetic History of the Near East (Iron & Classical Ages) - Haber at al. 2020
  89. Silk Road admixture
  90. Aethiops milites -The genetic trace of Roman-Egyptian soldiers in North West Europe
  91. Pre-roman mtdna umbria
  92. Early Medieval Genetic Data from Ural Region
  93. 2000 year old Egyptian mummy pathogens
  94. First Islamic Genomes in the Levant
  95. Genetic analysis of Ancient Gaul
  96. mtDNA from 30 Iron Age samples from Polizzello (Sicily, Italy), Sikania
  97. Isotopic evidence for geographic heterogeneity in Ancient Greek military forces
  98. Genomes from 82 Etruscans and Southern Italians.(800 BCE – 1,000 CE).
  99. The genetic origin of Daunians
  100. Ancient genomes from a rural site in Imperial Rome (1st–3rd cent. CE): a genetic jun
  101. Ancient DNA of Roman Danubian Frontier and Slavic Migrations (Olalde 2021)
  102. Struggling with modeling Kazakhstan_Nomad_HP.SG
  103. Insights into Punic genetic signatures in the southern necropolis of Tharros (Sardini
  104. Ancient genomics reveals tripartite origins of Japanese populations.
  105. The origin and legacy of the Etruscans through a 2000-year archeogenomic time transec
  106. Imperial Roman Eastern Mediterranean (C5)
  107. Genetic continuity of Indo-Iranian speakers since the Iron Age in southern Central As
  108. Bronze Age Ancestry with Steppe-Related Ancestry in Late Iron age Uzbekistan
  109. Illyrian DNA?
  110. the genetic origin of Huns, Avars and conquering Hungarians
  111. Southern Illyrians & Mycenean Greeks on a PCA plot
  112. More Scythian Amazons
  113. Imperial Roman Community of Casal Bertone (Rome, First–Third Centuries AD)
  114. Gauls: variations mobility
  115. Magna Grecia paper
  116. Stable population structure in Europe since the Iron Age
  117. Genomic analysis of two Pompeians that died during the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD
  118. Maslomecz Goths Y-DNA: 13 out of 18 are I1-M253
  119. A Genetic History of Continuity and Mobility in the Iron Age Central Mediterranean
  120. Sampling of 5-6th century cemeteries in Pannonia
  121. The diverse genetic origins of a Classical period Greek army
  122. Tumuli of IA inSouthern Slovenia
  123. The genetic history of Scandinavia from the Roman Iron Age to the present
  124. Studying genetic and cultural admixture of Phoenicians in Sicily
  125. South Albania Tumulus DNA samples
  126. Intense community dynamics in the pre-Roman frontier site of Fermo (9th–5th century)
  127. Imputed genomes and haplotype-based analyses of the Picts of early medieval Scotland
  128. Balkan FGC13621 link to Celtic Iron Age in Britain (Patterson et al., 2022)