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    R1b-U106 among the Goths

    On Friday in Warsaw Dr Stanaszek officially confirmed that a man from Wielbark culture's inhumation burial in Drozdowo, Masovia region, was R1b-U106:

    http://festiwalnauki.edu.pl/spotkani...zym-rodowodzie

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drozdo...C5%84sk_County

    But the majority of Wielbark burials in Drozdowo are cremations, we don't know if cremated people were genetically different than those in inhumations.

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    At another Wielbark site, Maslomecz, according to prof. Figlerowicz (this statement about distinct groups is probably based on autosomes, not just on mtDNA):

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mas%C5%82om%C4%99cz

    "There were 3 distinct groups at Maslomecz: local natives, Goths, and immigrants from the East".

    ^^^ Here is some mtDNA from Maslomecz that has been published so far:



    ^^^ Let me make a wild guess:

    PCA0089, 0094, 0099, 0100 = Goths
    PCA0093 = immigrant from the East

    And the others are local natives?

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    Very interesting, I am looking forward to this paper being published. Do you know if any more Y-DNA results were announced?

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