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Angela
16-04-18, 18:54
See:
https://www.academia.edu/35086149/Strontium_Isotopes_as_indicators_of_Lombards_mobil ity_preliminary_investigation_at_Povegliano_Verone se_VR_

In this particular cemetery, we're talking about approximately 8% of the samples showing signs of coming from north of the Alps.

Now they have to do the rest of the analyses.

bigsnake49
14-09-18, 22:35
See:
https://www.academia.edu/35086149/Strontium_Isotopes_as_indicators_of_Lombards_mobil ity_preliminary_investigation_at_Povegliano_Verone se_VR_

In this particular cemetery, we're talking about approximately 8% of the samples showing signs of coming from north of the Alps.

Now they have to do the rest of the analyses.

What about this paper:

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-06024-4

It investigates two different cemeteries, one inSzólád, now within Hungary, the other in Collegno.

For a more layman analysis, go here:

https://arstechnica.com/science/2018/09/using-medieval-dna-to-track-the-barbarian-spread-into-italy/

Angela
14-09-18, 23:09
What about this paper:

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-06024-4

It investigates two different cemeteries, one inSzólád, now within Hungary, the other in Collegno.

For a more layman analysis, go here:

https://arstechnica.com/science/2018/09/using-medieval-dna-to-track-the-barbarian-spread-into-italy/

We have a dedicated thread on the subject, as we do on virtually all important papers. In the future you can try the search engine first.

https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/35488-Understanding-6th-Cent-Barbarian-Social-Organization-Migration-thru-Paleogenomics?highlight=4th-5th+century+Barbarian

bigsnake49
14-09-18, 23:13
We have a dedicated thread on the subject, as we do on virtually all important papers. In the future you can try the search engine first.

https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/35488-Understanding-6th-Cent-Barbarian-Social-Organization-Migration-thru-Paleogenomics?highlight=4th-5th+century+Barbarian
Mea Culpa. Silly me, I expected it to be in the Middle Ages subforum ;).

Angela
14-09-18, 23:28
Mea Culpa. Silly me, I expected it to be in the Middle Ages subforum ;).

No problem. Sometimes they're not in the absolutely most appropriate section, and sometimes the title chosen by the OP isn't the one most likely to lead you there, but it's pretty good.

We also have a dedicated thread for important papers, and it's a sticky:

https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/34850-Important-papers-for-newbies-to-Population-Genetics

If you think something is missing, please feel free to add to it.