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Tomenable
15-03-19, 03:07
I've uploaded to GEDmatch Genesis this Ancient Dutch sample from Bronze Age Netherlands:

https://umap.openstreetmap.fr/en/map/ancient-human-dna_41837#12/52.7043/5.1394

Sample I4070 with R1b-U106 ​- North Holland 1900-1650 BCE - kit number NR1725464

Eurogenes K15:

I4070 results in Eurogenes K15:

Admix Results (sorted):

# Population Percent
1 North_Sea 37.02
2 Atlantic 25.45
3 Eastern_Euro 13.9
4 Baltic 10.73
5 West_Asian 7.12
6 West_Med 4.58
7 Amerindian 1.21

Single Population Sharing:

# Population (source) Distance
1 Danish 5.42
2 North_Dutch 6.04
3 Norwegian 6.25
4 North_German 6.51
5 West_Norwegian 7.19
6 Swedish 7.22
7 West_Scottish 7.4
8 Orcadian 7.78
9 Irish 7.85
10 North_Swedish 8.25
11 Southeast_English 8.32
12 Southwest_English 9.3
13 West_German 10.51
14 South_Dutch 10.75
15 East_German 12.98
16 Southwest_Finnish 13.53
17 French 15.67
18 Finnish 16.37
19 Hungarian 17.21
20 Austrian 17.33

Mixed Mode Population Sharing:

# Primary Population (source) Secondary Population (source) Distance
1 92.9% Danish + 7.1% Tabassaran @ 4.34
2 93.7% Danish + 6.3% Lezgin @ 4.52
3 94% Danish + 6% Chechen @ 4.54
4 89.4% West_Norwegian + 10.6% Chechen @ 4.66
5 91.8% Norwegian + 8.2% Chechen @ 4.7
6 91.2% Norwegian + 8.8% Tabassaran @ 4.71
7 89.2% West_Norwegian + 10.8% Lezgin @ 4.72
8 88.7% West_Norwegian + 11.3% Tabassaran @ 4.74
9 82.7% Orcadian + 17.3% Erzya @ 4.74
10 94.7% Danish + 5.3% Kabardin @ 4.74
11 95.1% Danish + 4.9% Ossetian @ 4.76
12 94.9% Danish + 5.1% Balkar @ 4.77
13 91.7% Norwegian + 8.3% Lezgin @ 4.77
14 95.2% Danish + 4.8% North_Ossetian @ 4.77
15 95.1% Danish + 4.9% Adygei @ 4.78
16 92.1% North_Dutch + 7.9% Tabassaran @ 4.81
17 89.8% West_Norwegian + 10.2% Kabardin @ 4.82
18 94.9% Danish + 5.1% Kumyk @ 4.86
19 90.3% West_Norwegian + 9.7% Adygei @ 4.86
20 92.8% Norwegian + 7.2% Ossetian @ 4.87

Just an explanatory note:

This is not a Dutch Bell Beaker, but a person who lived in the same place ca. 500-900 years later.

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Edit:

A comparison of 3 Neolithic British, 5 Bronze Age British, and I0470 (early U106) using this tool:

http://gen3553.pagesperso-orange.fr/ADN/K15.htm

https://i.imgur.com/7KpjwVs.png

Govan
17-03-19, 00:19
Is he part of the Jastorf culture?
What kind of language would he have spoken? Istvaeonic?

Joey37
17-03-19, 00:50
Some of those oracles look like mine, only with South Dutch plus the Caucasian ethnicities instead of the Scandinavian, and in roughly the same proportions. And I believe he would have spoken the "Germanic Parent Language", as Wikipedia calls it.